Sense of Community as an originator of the Production- Reproduction Space Concept

Dewiyanti, Dhini (2014) Sense of Community as an originator of the Production- Reproduction Space Concept. In: Seminar DARK ITB 2. Institut Teknologi Bandung. ISBN 978-602-14462-1-8

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This study was conducted based on the phenomenon of hectic activity in Salman Mosque, which is dominated by young people. This phenomenon gives the figure of the Salman mosque as a symbol of urban youth. The ability to feel the value of a place could arise because the place has a sense of place. This study seeks to reveal how the sense of place awakened among the users so that the Mosque Salman is able to perform active with various activities. The results showed the existence of five groups of attachment to the originator: spiritual, ideological, narrative, commodification, and dependence. The presence of sense of place triggers the need to be active within the mosque environment. Sense of place is able to form the establishment of sense of community. The existence of self-awareness, a sense of sharing, needs, admiration, togetherness, understanding the ideology, the purpose of life and spiritual values are able to manifest in the real space and abstract space. Production and reproduction of space marked Mosque Salman as a productive one.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Prosiding
Depositing User: Yudha Taufik Nugraha
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2023 03:14
Last Modified: 28 Feb 2024 04:24

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