An Integrated Analysis of Disaster Mitigation Based on Social Vulnerability and Stakeholder Roles


  • Izza Mafruhah Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia
  • Suryanto Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia
  • Evi Gravitiani Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia
  • Dwi Prasetyani Sebelas Maret University, Indonesia


Disaster Mitigation, Social Vulnerability, Stakeholder Roles, Mixed Method Approach, Mactor Analysis.


This research aims to comprehensively analyze disaster mitigation issues and aspects linked to social vulnerability, while also scrutinizing the pivotal roles of stakeholders in pre-disaster, during, and post-disaster scenarios. Employing a sequential mixed method approach, our study amalgamates both qualitative and quantitative analyses, utilizing Atlas.ti and Mactor analysis (Matrix of Alliances and Conflicts: Tactics, Objectives, and Recommendations) as primary analytical tools. Our findings reveal nine principal aspects and their derivatives in the execution of disaster mitigation grounded in social vulnerability. These aspects encompass institutional dimensions, disaster mitigation strategies, support and assistance mechanisms, disaster education initiatives, vulnerable community involvement, disaster information systems, evacuation procedures, displacement protocols, and relocation strategies. Each aspect manifests its unique set of issues, as elaborated in the results and discussion section. Regarding the role of stakeholders in disaster mitigation, our research underscores the significance of community leaders and disaster-resilient village figures as key actors. These stakeholders significantly contribute to policy formulation, information dissemination, and the successful implementation of disaster mitigation strategies throughout all phases of disaster management. Their active involvement fosters convergence and alliance formation, which holds significant potential and intensification in disaster mitigation efforts. This study provides a comprehensive framework for disaster mitigation efforts, considering social vulnerability and the critical roles played by stakeholders, thereby advancing the field of disaster management.




How to Cite

Izza Mafruhah, Suryanto, Evi Gravitiani, & Dwi Prasetyani. (2024). An Integrated Analysis of Disaster Mitigation Based on Social Vulnerability and Stakeholder Roles. Kurdish Studies, 12(1), 3857–3868. Retrieved from