Study of Slum Area Environmental Carrying Capacity for the Happiness of Slum Household Family Life (Case Study of Gender and Ecological Perspectives)

Nursetiawati, Sitti and Josua, Dian Pertiwi (2020) Study of Slum Area Environmental Carrying Capacity for the Happiness of Slum Household Family Life (Case Study of Gender and Ecological Perspectives). In: ICESSD 2019, 22-23 October 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Abstract

Adequate housing areas are difficult to find, especially in urban areas. At present, slums are an option for families to live and settle on the grounds of the lack of availability of a proper environment. There have been a lot of studies on the environment and happiness, but those that refer to happiness based on family units, and gender, are still few. This study is a joint study, with the aim of analyzing the influence of the environment in slums on the happiness of families who live in the area. This research involved 30 families, and differentiated happiness according to sex, which was based on the perspective of the father, mother, and children of one family. This research was conducted in the East Pisangan area, East Jakarta. Sources of research data sourced from primary data and secondary data. Primary data were obtained through the Oxford Happiness Questionnaire filled out by respondents based on their own reports, while secondary data came from interviews and observations. The results of the study stated that: (a) The environment affects the happiness of family slums, (b) Communities in slums have quite high happiness conditions, and (c) there are differences in happiness between men and women in slums.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: ecological analysis family happiness gender studies and the slum environment
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 01 Jul 2021 11:45
Last Modified: 01 Jul 2021 11:45
URI: https://eprints.eudl.eu/id/eprint/4262

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