Volume No. 12 Issue No.: 2 Page No.: 183-197 Oct.-Dec. 2017

 

ANALYSIS OF ATTITUDE AND BEHAVIOR COMMUNITY FOR SANITATION OF DOMESTIC WASTE : CASE STUDY CONCEPTION TOWARDS COMMUNITY AROUND BANKS OF BUNTUNG RIVER IN KARANGWARU, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA

 

Anisa Eka Puridewi*, Khofiyya Mulia Rahmi, Naila Rohmah F.R, Ridha Nur Izah and Shofura

Department of Statistics, Islamic University of Indonesia, Yogyakarta (INDONESIA)

 

Received on : August 20, 2017 Accepted

 

ABSTRACT

 

The purpose of this study is to discuss the attitudes and behavior of community around the banks of Buntung River for the sanitation of domestic waste home, when the sanitation functions are better the benefits to be had is not only for health but also a positive impact for the economy and nation development. Beside as a household waste water disposal system, sanitation is also an attempt to provide in-house facilities that can ensure for the hygiene and home health. It surely supported by the adequate supply of clean water, the waste disposal and the streamlined of west water disposal. The best sanitation is depends on the attitude and behavior of the community itself, and know what the most influential variables in formation of community attitudes. Based on fishbein’s method the result of this study show that, in generally the attitude of Buntung river community for the domestic household waste sanitation inclined to be positive tend to be neutral, it means the attitude of community already have a good sanitation awareness without having a binding regulation. In terms the behavior of community is neutral inclined to positive have a meaning that the community is able to implement the existing regulations. From the analysis factor obtained of the variables by separation an organic and inorganic waste is the most influential variable on the attitude and behavior for the household domestic waste sanitation by community around the banks of Buntung River, Karangwaru (Indonesia).

 

Keywords : Attitude and Behavior, Analysis factor, Fishbein method, Community, Buntung river, Sanitation, Domestic home waste

 

 

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