Views of Village Development and Security Committee toward sustainable rural development

Abu Samah , Bahaman and Mohamed Shaffril , Hayrol Azril and Othman, Jamilah and Tamam, Ezhar and Hamsan, Hanina Halimatusaadiah (2010) Views of Village Development and Security Committee toward sustainable rural development. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE & SOCIAL SCIENCES, 6 (2). pp. 17-23. ISSN 1814–960X

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Abstract

This study was conducted to identify the perception of rural administrators, which is Village Development and Security Committee towards sustainable level of Vision Village Movement Village. This study also keens to know factors that affect it. A total of 235 respondents from three states (Selangor, Pahang & Negeri Sembilan) were involved. Data collection process for this study had been conducted for two months. Overall, the respondents highly perceived their village sustainable development. From the Pearson Correlation employed it can be concluded that age and period of staying in the VVM village had significant and positive relationship with perception towards sustainable level.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Village development and security committee (VDSC); Vision village movement (VVM) and sustainable level
Subject:Rural development - Malaysia
Subject:Community development
Subject:Social security - Malaysia
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Educational Studies
Publisher:Friends Science Publishers
ID Code:17597
Deposited By: Emelda Mohd Hamid
Deposited On:28 Dec 2011 14:16
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