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The Resource Phenomenology in Adaptation Planning : An Empirical Study of Flood-Affected People in Kampung Muara Baru Jakarta

Phenomenology in Adaptation Planning : An Empirical Study of Flood-Affected People in Kampung Muara Baru Jakarta

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Phenomenology in Adaptation Planning
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An Empirical Study of Flood-Affected People in Kampung Muara Baru Jakarta
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Phenomenology in Adaptation Planning : An Empirical Study of Flood-Affected People in Kampung Muara Baru Jakarta
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Phenomenology in Adaptation Planning : An Empirical Study of Flood-Affected People in Kampung Muara Baru Jakarta
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  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1: Adaptation Planning for Floods -- 1.1 Flooding as a Continuous Problem in Coastal Cities -- 1.1.1 Floods and the Urban Poor -- 1.1.2 Kampung as the Study's Focus -- 1.2 People as Subjects of Adaptation to Climate Change -- 1.3 People-Based Adaptation Planning -- Chapter 2: Lifeworld as the Domain of Adaptation Planning -- 2.1 Lifeworld and Planning -- 2.2 Adaptation Planning: Community- and People-Based Approaches -- 2.3 The Nexus of Vulnerability and Adaptation: A People-{u00AD}Based Approach -- 2.4 The Framework of People-Centered Adaptation Planning -- Chapter 3: Planning Institutions of Adaptation to Flood in Jakarta -- 3.1 Understanding Floods in North Coastal Jakarta -- 3.2 City-Level Adaptation Planning: Infrastructure-Driven Approach -- 3.3 Unrecognized Knowledge of Adaptation Planning at Community Level -- 3.4 Different Types of Adaptation Planning -- Chapter 4: Flood Experiences: "The Vulnerable" and "The Adapter" -- 4.1 Kampung Muara Baru (KMB): The Interplay Between the Floods and the Poor -- 4.2 Factors Affecting the Floods in Kampung Muara Baru -- 4.2.1 Types of KMB Dwellers -- 4.2.2 Land and Housing Status -- 4.2.3 Basic Infrastructure -- 4.2.4 Formal and Informal Economies -- 4.3 Increasing Flood Risks and Growing Population -- 4.4 The Lifeworld of the People of Kampung Muara Baru -- 4.4.1 Shifting Meanings of Floods: From Opponent to "Friend" -- 4.4.2 Self-Sensing: A Different Lens in Perceiving Floods -- 4.5 KMB People's Perception of Flood-Related Vulnerability -- 4.5.1 Perceived Flood Exposure -- 4.5.2 Perceived Flood Sensitivity -- 4.5.3 Flood-Related Adaptive Capacity -- 4.5.4 Adaptive Capacity of Agus, the Head of RT 15 -- 4.6 The Continuum of "The Vulnerable" and "The Adapters"
  • Chapter 5: Locally Embedded Adaptation Planning -- 5.1 Reflection on Experiences and Learning -- 5.1.1 Scenario Planning for Evacuation -- 5.1.2 Planning for Living Space Arrangements -- 5.1.3 Planning for Neighborhood Infrastructure Provision -- 5.2 Reflective Practice as a Source of Planning Knowledge for Adaptation -- 5.3 Adapter as an Informal Planner -- 5.4 Institutionalization and Reification of LEAP -- 5.4.1 House Management Plan -- 5.4.2 Evacuation Plan -- 5.4.3 Another Plan -- 5.5 Connecting to City Level: A Language of Planning Knowledge Converter Required -- Chapter 6: Planning and Adaptive Knowledge -- 6.1 The Social World as a Domain of LEAP -- 6.2 LEAP is a New Insight for Planning Debate -- 6.3 LEAP is a People-Centered Adaptation -- 6.4 Contribution to Flood Management -- 6.5 Implications for Urban Policies and Planning Practices -- Appendices -- Appendix 1: Methodology -- Research Design -- Field Work Procedure -- Steps in the Data Processing -- Research Constraints -- Appendix 2: Participant Information -- Introduction -- Participation -- Expected Benefits -- Confidentiality -- Consent to Participation -- Questions -- Appendix 3: Semi-structured Interview Guidelines -- Planners -- Adaptation Planning Process -- Role of Planners -- People's Participation -- Institutions -- NGOs -- Adaptation Planning Process -- Role of NGOs -- People's Participation -- Institutions -- Government Officers -- Adaptation Planning Process -- People's Participation -- Institutions -- Head of RTs/RWs -- Exposure -- Sensitivity -- Adaptive Capacity -- Appendix 4: Transcript Form -- Appendix 5: The Occurrence of Tidal Floods (Banjir Rob) from 2007 to 2014 -- Appendix 6: Social and Public Facilities in Kelurahan Penjaringan -- Appendix 7: Superimpose Analysis with ArcGIS 9.0 -- Analytical Tools Using ArcGIS -- Data Processing -- Glossary -- References
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