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Sekolah Paseduluran as a Social Capital to Increasing Community Preparedness to the Eruption of Merapi Volcano (Case Study: Glagaharjo Village, Cangkringan Sub-district, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta)
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  Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research
  doi:10.2991/icge-16.2017.67 (how to use a DOI)
Nur'aini Sabilussalami, Intan Puji Nastiti, Jihaduddin Arif Indrawan, Tiara Handayani, Ahmad Cahyadi, Suprapto Dibyosaputro
corresponding author:
Nur'aini Sabilussalami
publication date:
May 2017
Component, community preparedness, Merapi volcano, sekolah paseduluran
Merapi volcano is one of the active volcanoes in the world that located on the border of two provinces of Yogyakarta and Central Java. After the eruption of Merapi Volcano in 2010, lava dome of Merapi Volcano change towards the south area of the volcano. Glagaharjo village is the closest area in the south area from the dome of the crater of Merapi. Due to this condition, Glagaharjo village has the highest vulnerability. This study aimed to identify strategies to improve preparedness as social capital to face the volcanic eruption of Merapi. The method that use is literature study, field observation, and deep interview related to social capital for preparedness to face the disaster of Merapi volcano. The kind of social capital in Glagah Harjo village demonstrated through the cooperation of the community and schools on the southern area of Merapi Volcano formed as sekolah paseduluran. Sekolah paseduluran is one of the disaster risk reduction efforts based on educational system at the school start from elementary until high school.
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