Psycho-social performance towards understanding local adaptation of coastal flood in Cilincing Community, North Jakarta, Indonesia

G. A. Yoga Putra, R. H. Koestoer, I. Lestari

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Abstract

The rising of coastal flood due to the climate change that occurred in Cilincing area, North Jakarta, has forced the community to take some adaptation strategies. However, the current adaptation strategy only emphasizes on the economic and physical, while ignoring the psychology and the social aspects also play a vital role in deciding a proper strategy towards the problem. The purpose of this study was to identify the relationship of each variable that forms psycho-social adaptation to coastal flooding. Quantitative approach was used by using Spearman correlation analysis between 3 variables namely psychological adaptation, sociological adaptation, and anthropological adaptation. The data obtained questionnaires in the Cilincing area using random sampling. Based on the results, it can be inferred that psychological adaptation determines society's sociological and anthropological adaptation. Psychological adaptation has a negative relationship to sociological adaptation with a correlation coefficient (R) = -0,298 with significant value 0,00. Indicating the higher the psychological adaptation, the lower the sociological adaptation of society. Sociological adaptation has a positive relationship to anthropological adaptation with correlation coefficient (R) = 0,474 with significant value 0,00. Indicating the higher the sociological adaptation, the higher the anthropological adaptation.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012005
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume243
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 9 Apr 2019
Event1st International Conference on Environmental Geography and Geography Education, ICEGE 2018 - Jember, East Java, Indonesia
Duration: 17 Nov 201818 Nov 2018

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