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ABSTRACT

FAMILY SOCIAL SUPPORT FOR REFUGEE OF VICTIMS OF TEMPORARY


FLOOD DISASTER ON THE TEMPORARY HOUSE IN RUSUNAWA
GANDASARI DISTRICT OF GARUT 2017

Name : MOCHAMAD FATIHUDIN


NIM : KHG C. 13024

viii + V Chapters + 58 Pages; 5 Tables + 1 Schema + 8 Enclosures

Family social support is a form of interpersonal relationship that includes


attitudes, actions and acceptance of family members, so that family members feel
there is a concern. They include informational support, assessment support,
instrumental support and emotional support.
A flash flood is a flood that appears suddenly due to continuous rain,
sliding rapidly from the high ground to the lower surface. Natural disasters
challenge the affected areas, the environment, and communities to rise up and
take control of their lives and future. The success of this effort is directly related
to the capacity of victims to rebuild their social structures and organizations.
Efforts to bounce back will require social support from families, communities and
victims themselves.
The general objective of this research is to know the Family Social
Support For Refugee Of Victims Of Temporary Flood Disaster On The Temporary
House In Rusunawa Gandasari District of Garut 2017. The research method used
is quantitative descriptive, with sample 66 refugees, the data retrieval technique is
done by using questionnaire.
Result of research and conclusion of some respondents stated that flash
floods flood victims in Rusunawa Gandasari Garut regency did not get emotional
support, some of did not get support from family appreciation, most of
respondents stated that refugees flash floods victims in Rusunawa Gandasari
Garut regency got support instrument Of the family and Most of the respondents
stated that the refugees flash floods victims in Rusunawa Gandasari Garut
regency did not get support from family information. It is recommended that the
local government and family provide support to the victims of conducive flash
floods during the evacuation.

Keywords: Social Support, Flood Victims


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