SLUM, SQUATTER, AND QUASI-SQUATTER HOUSING DEPRAVITY IN YOGYAKARTA

https://doi.org/10.22146/teknosains.6046

Arap Matinguny Adris, Suratman Worosuprojo, dan M. Baiquni(1*)

(1) Islamic University in Uganda
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This studyaims at deepen our understanding of the slum-squatter housing issue in relation to the
differences in household socio-economic factors. The theoretical basis of the study comes from literature
on self-help housing,consolidation, and marginality especially by J. Turner and colleagues. Three
household factors are key to the processes of taudification and consolidation in this city namely, income,
dependency burden, and land tenureship.
This studyattempts to synthesise a facility allocation model i.e. a Client-Oriented model; and to establish the
theoretical background of the concept of Self-Help housing advocated by Turner and friends. The study finds
out that self-help housing as proposed by these researchers lacks a theoretical and philosophical setting. In
this context, the study advances the Self-Care Ethic philosophy and a Covering Law theory as the departure
of self-help and housing consolidation policies in urban settlements. With this in mind, the Client-Oriented
model is instrumental because its purpose is to determine the degree of housing and facility in a settlement.

Keywords


Slum, Squatter, Quasi-Squatter, Self-Help Housing, Client-Oriented Model

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22146/teknosains.6046

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