Palu was attacked by a 7.4 RS earthquake in September of 2018. The levels of trauma experienced by the victims can be distinguished by the victims gender, damage to their house, the number of family members killed, strength of religious beliefs, help from the communities, and help from the government. If the variables that distinguish levels of trauma can be identified, help can be allocated properly. The purpose of this study is to find variables that distinguish the levels of traumal in the Palu earthquake's victims. The sample was taken by purposive sampling. The method of the data analysis were frequency tables and a classification tree. The findings reveal that the variables that distinguish levels of trauma are gender, damaged to house, and the receiving of help from the government.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change|
|Publication status||Published - 2019|
- Classification tree
- Government help
- Severely damaged house
- Trauma level