The growth of wild settlements in the city of Manado
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- Wild Settlements, Growth, Population
This study discusses the growth of squatter settlements in the city of Manado which necessarily will be studied in two locations, namely in Manado Bay and Tondano River. The research objectives were (1) to analyze the characteristics of the original settlements and differences in the process of growth of illegal settlements in the study area, seen from the factors of time and place, (2) analyzing the characteristics of solutions in terms of legal considerations, perceptions of drivers and pullers, income, education and livelihoods. The method used is the spatial analysis method, to study the process of growth of illegal settlements in coastal areas and the periphery of the Tondano times in Manado City. The results of the study show that: The growth of illegal settlements in the Titiwungen and Karame villages, has confirmed its differences. The difference in high and low levels of accessibility affects the high and low growth of illegal settlements. For regions with a high degree of availability, the economic prospects are considered good, so that the area is the target of migrants to improve the commercial presence of their home areas which is very minimal. Then also, the distance of the wild residential regions to city facilities causes a high and low growth process. There are differences in the density of squatter settlements, according to the length of the solution. Wild arrangements in the Bay of Manado are affected by the longevity of solutions to the level of density in the wild settlement area
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TY - CONF AU - Nixon J Sindua AU - Xaverius Erick Lobja AU - Kalvin Salindeho Andaria AU - Sumilat Murdiyanto PY - 2018/10 DA - 2018/10 TI - The growth of wild settlements in the city of Manado BT - Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Social Sciences (ICSS 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 769 EP - 772 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icss-18.2018.157 DO - 10.2991/icss-18.2018.157 ID - Sindua2018/10 ER -