A framework for mapping stakeholders interests related social sustainability in residential building

F. R. Rivai, M. A. Rohman*, Supani

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Abstract

Dwelling is the primary necessity of every human being. Population growth and urbanization movements without being matched by land availability in urban areas make the need for residential buildings higher. Land use from horizontal to vertical patterns gives not only advantages but also disadvantages. Buildings need to adopt sustainable construction concepts to provide maximum benefits in short as well as long term throughout their life cycles. Social sustainability is one aspect of sustainable development that has a relationship with community needs. The different roles of each stakeholder make them have a different interest too and very important to fulfil it, so it is necessary to identify each stakeholder's interest. Commonly used method only indicating which stakeholders or criteria are more significant separately does not explain how stakeholders can influence it. To bridge the research gap, this paper aims to propose a framework that can analyze stakeholders' influence to achieve social sustainability. The result of paper is a model using two-mode social network analysis to map stakeholders and their claims relating to social sustainability in residential buildings. The model can show the importance of the social sustainability criteria and stakeholders who have a significant role and should be prioritized more comprehensively.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012003
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume930
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 3 Nov 2020
Event4th International Conference on Civil Engineering Research, ICCER 2020 - Surabaya, Indonesia
Duration: 22 Jul 202023 Jul 2020

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