Youth in Vertical Housing Neighbourhood Space: A Focus Group Discussion

Kamarul Ariff Omar, Dasimah Omar, Saberi Othman, Zaharah Mohd Yusoff

Abstract


Focus group discussion series was set up at the vertical housing of Kerinchi People Project Housing, Lembah Pantai with two different group in separate venue and time. The analysis was done by using Atlas.ti after transcribing and coding the audio-taped of discussion, searching for networking on youth participation. The finding shows youth demandingly indoor space compared to outdoor space due to open space inadequacy and absence of space quality yet lost the sense of belonging. Furthermore, the residents' committee neglected youth participation in decision-making process or meeting with the committee, has resulted from youth not to actively participate in the community.


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youth; vertical housing; neighbourhood space; focus group discussion

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21834/e-bpj.v3i7.1271

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