The concept and processes of a healthy city was vary depends on the region. Each city should be allowed to develop and adapt to the uniqueness, culture and value of the respective society. This study aimed to explore the culture of community in Banjar, South Kalimantan, which related to realize healthy city. Qualitative research was conducted through community observation in the form of a documentation study, including an in-depth interview with several people and the respective community leaders. The data was analysed using the Miles and Huberman Model, including data reduction, data presentation and conclusion. There is the existence of a religious culture of the Banjar people of South Kalimantan. Religious cultures can be integrated into people's lives such as in the execution of healthy behaviour, which can be a determinant of a successful healthy city program.
|Number of pages
|Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development
|Published - Nov 2018
- Cultural religiosity
- Healthy city