This study explored the relations of urban design qualities, the adaptability and people’s preference for walking on a commercial street.The research employed survey research method using a self-administered questionnaire applying Likert scale and multiple rating scale techniques. One hundred and three respondents participated in the study. Results of descriptive statistics and correlations analysis indicated the street adaptability may depend on the spatial quality of the street such as legibility, human scale, coherence, and imageability while it does not correlate with the appearance of the street such as transparency, complexity, and enclosure. Meanwhile, people’s preference of a street for walking may depend on both qualities.
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Gender Equality and Social Capital as Rural Development Indicators in Indonesia (Case: Malang Regency, Indonesia)
Surjono, Y Prasisca, FR Sutikno
Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences 211, 370-374
Gender is one of national development’s issues in Indonesia, while social capital has been proven as a development generator. This paper observed the linkage between gender inequality, which was assessed by GII, and social capital, which was analyzed by SOCAT. The research shows that GII scores, ranging from 0.32 to 0.49, were higher than national average. The GII scores correspond to social capital’s score. It indicates that gender equality is significant to social capital in Indonesia. The findings prescribe that if development paradigm in Indonesia is based on social capital, then gender development should be part of national development focuses.
© 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd. Peer-review under responsibility of the Organizing Committee of the 2nd GCBSS-2015
International Journal of Sustainable Future for Human Security (J-SustaiN):
The Linkages between Hard Infrastructure, Poverty Reduction, and Rice Prices
Surjono, FR Sutikno, VWE Pratiwia, S Adnan
International Journal of Sustainable Future for Human Security (J-SustaiN) 4 (1) p. 23-26
The research aims to develop a sustainable waste management strategy with qualitative descriptive method. Data collection was carried out through documentation, focused group discussion, interviews, and observations on the process of waste management. Waste management was seen technically from the operational, institutional, regulatory, funding, community participation aspects with reference to the theory and analysis of Strength, Weaknesses, Opportunity, and Threat (SWOT). Developing waste management strategy to reduce the volume of waste sources by involving the active participation of domestic and community scale or regional groups, improving the quality of the management of the landfill as a processing site instead of disposal, increasing waste services coverage, increasing cooperation with individuals, developing the system of rewards and sanctions, recovering costs of waste management, regional cooperation in waste management, optimizing the utilization of solid waste infrastructure are all necessary.
To Cite This Article: Mohammad Debby Rizani, Antariksa, Surjono, Ismu Rini Dwi Ari, Waste Management Strategy in Urban Areas to Achieve the Service Target (A Case Study on Waste Management in Mojokerto, Indonesia), 2016. Journal of Applied Sciences Research. 12(1); Pages: 18-22
Pola Permukiman Desa Petungsewu Kecamatan Dau, Kabupaten Malang
Budi, E., Sudikno, A., Surjono
Jurnal Tata Kota dan Daerah 4 (2), 101-110
THE ROLES OF INSTITUTIONS IN FIGHTING AGAINST POVERTY
TATALOKA 17 (3), 124-129
Decentralization and reformation in Indonesia have entered an uncertainty stage of people’s welfare in the near future. Uncertainty of political stability and fluctuative oil prices also led to uncertainty of other dimensions of development. This paper aims to elaborate the roles of institution in reducing poverty and identify indicators to evaluate the rerformance of pro-poor development, particularly in Indonesian context. The method was literature reviews and specific case study. Sustainable development indicators were employed to evaluate …
Sutikno, F, Surjono, & Kurniawan, EB (2013). Walkability and Pedestrian Perceptions in Malang City Emerging Business Corridor. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 17, 424–433
Sutikno, F. R. “Surjono, & Kurniawan, EB (2013). Walkability and Pedestrian Perceptions in Malang City Emerging Business Corridor. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 17, 424–433.”
jurnal- elsevier Procedia Environmental Sciences, 2014
Embong Brantas Area in Malang is one of vulnerable areas to flood. Objectives of the research were to analyze: 1) the disaster risk at Embong Brantas Area, in which vulnerability and hazard are variables of the research, 2) social adaptation that applies variables of land status, length of stay, education, income, numbers of the family member, type of buildings, and experience in disaster. Based on result of the analysis using GIS, it shows that 1.2 ha of Embong Brantas Area has high risk of flood, particularly in the next 100 years. Based on multiple regression analysis, status of land has affected 0.216 on adaptation of settlement by the community at the flood plains.
Utami, S., Soemarno, Bisri, M., & Surjono. (2014). Disaster Risk and Adaptation of Settlement along the River Brantas in the Context of Sustainable Development, Malang, Indonesia. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 602-611.