Interaksi Aktor dalam Rekonstruksi Rumah Pasca Bencana Gempa Bumi

Saut Aritua Hasiholan Sagala, Fernando Situngkir, Ramanditya Wimbardana

Abstract


This research aims to provide the understanding of stakeholders’ interaction process in housing reconstruction in Pangalengan Sub-District after the 2009 West Java earthquake. This research took qualitative approach and was focused on describing patterns which the actors took in particular roles and exploring their interaction pattern. The actors’ interaction was presented in statistic measurement and social network analysis. Through the visualization of actors’ networks and the quantitative measurement of the networks, it was resulted that the density of network was relatively low. We found that 41 actors were involved in housing reconstruction in Pangalengan Sub-District which 18 actors became the central actors.The actors in the network comprised from four elements, including government, community, business and donor, and external actors. The increasing of interaction intensity in the network by arranging such mechanism and enhancement of actors’ capacity are recommended in this study.

Keywords


Interaction; Actor; Reconstruction; Housing; Earthquake; Development

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.29313/mimbar.v29i2.397

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