THE RELATION BETWEEN FAMILY EXPERIENCE AND DISASTER EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN SUBDISTRICT OF PANTI JEMBER EAST JAVA
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BACKGROUND: Panti is one of the sub-districts in Jember which its area consists of coffee plantations with an increasing intensity of flood since at the end of 2005 until now. The decreasing levels of disaster emergency response can cause the lack of capacity of family and society in undergoing disaster, so the damage caused is getting greater. The direct family experience to the disaster in the past can stimulate the support to look for the information related to the incident. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between the family experience with the attitude of the disaster emergency response in subdistrict of Panti Jember East Java. METHOD: This research was quantitative research with analytic observational study design with cross sectional method. The population of this study was a family who experienced the flooding disaster in 2006 in sub-district of Panti. The research samples were of 90 respondents. The sample taken was proportional random sampling. The data analysis used was Spearman's rank test. RESULT: The results showed that most families had a strong experience with 50 respondents (55%). The category distribution of emergency response attitude of respondents were 45 respondents (50%) who had good attitude emergency response, 31 respondents (34.4%) enough, and 14 respondents (15.6%) less. The results of statistical tests were obtained p value = 0.000, r = 0.545. CONCLUSION: Cultivating attitudes and knowledge in undergoing the disaster increasingly became an important part, especially areas in subdistrict of Panti, Jember which has a high risk of disaster because the family's experience can directly affect the attitude of the disaster emergency response.
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