Bonding Social Capital in Reducing the Risk of Flood Exposure of Lake Tempe in South Sulawesi
Retno Sunu Astuti, Abdul Rachim
Retno Sunu Astuti
Available Online October 2019.
- Social capital bonding; flood exposure; homogeneous characteristics
- Flood exposure becomes a routine flood disaster in the area around Lake Tempe, but people were able to survive and adapt to the annual flood disaster. This research was conducted to explore the social capital of the community in areas affected by the flood exposure of Lake Tempe so that it can be mapped so that flood management is more comprehensive and can be accepted by the community. In mapping the role of social capital owned by the community, researchers identified that bonding social capital is the main social capital owned by the community. The qualitative method with the operational component model is applied in this study. The results of the study found that bonding social capital has a role in reducing the risks of flood exposure of Lake Tempe. This can be seen from the seven indicators of bonding social capital inherent in the local community, namely: (1) culture, religion, habits and language; (2) livelihoods; (3) social facilities and public services; (4) social norms; (5) legal and customary rules; (6) settlements; (7) length of the stay. From this study it is concluded that the bonding of social capital of the community is from the adaptation of the community to face flood exposure faced every year. From this research it is recommended that stakeholders involved in handling flood exposure of Lake Tempe can maintain and develop the social capital bonding that is currently owned by the community.
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TY - CONF AU - Retno Sunu Astuti AU - Abdul Rachim PY - 2019/10 DA - 2019/10 TI - Bonding Social Capital in Reducing the Risk of Flood Exposure of Lake Tempe in South Sulawesi BT - 3rd International Conference on Indonesian Social & Political Enquiries (ICISPE 2018) PB - Atlantis Press UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/125922571 ID - Astuti2019/10 ER -