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Articles by Sulaiman Md. Yassin
Total Records ( 10 ) for Sulaiman Md. Yassin
  Mas Ernawati Hamdan , Norsida Man , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Jeffrey Lawrence D`Silva and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  The main purpose of this study is to discuss the sensitivity of farmers living in the Cameron Highlands towards the changing climate. This is a qualitative study in which a focus group discussion was conducted by 4 researchers from Universiti Putra Malaysia with 4 farmers from the Cameron Highlands, Pahang. The Cameron Highlands is one of the main agricultural areas and tourist attractions in Malaysia. However in recent years, the changing climate has brought threats to the environment, ecology and agricultural products, thereby negatively affecting socio-economic aspects relating to farmersin the area. From the analysis performed, it can be confirmed that Cameron Highlands farmers have realized that environmental changes are occurring in the region and also recognize the disastrous impacts that the changing climate is having on their agricultural activities. Based on the findings, it is recommended that the appropriate parties strictly monitor and observe any illegal environment-related activities.
  Mahazan Muhammad , Azimi Hamzah , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Bahaman Abu Samah , Neda Tiraieyari , Jeffrey Lawrence D`Silva and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  The main attempt of this study is to explore the socio-economic impacts of agro-tourism activity of fishing communities in Malaysia. As many studies with regard to tourism are placing their focus on tourism in general, less has been placed on agro-tourism and the expected findings from this study can fill the existing gap. This is a quantitative study where data were gained through developed questionnaires. A total of 880 respondents from eight Desa Wawasan Nelayan villages had been selected randomly. Findings have confirmed that agro-tourism activities were able to increase villagers’ income, provide employment opportunities and increase demand for local products. Albeit its advantages were economic, it can be concluded that agro-tourism activities embolden healthy relationships within the community while at the same time uplifting their quality of life.
  Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril and Mohd Shahwahid Othman
  This study attempts to discover the sustainable livelihood among the Cambodian migrants who operate the aquaculture industry in Pekan, Pahang. This study is qualitative in nature, based on a focus group discussion conducted among selected Cambodian migrants in Pulau Keladi Baru village in Pekan. The questions included within the interview protocol were largely based on the Pentagon developed by the department for international development. The Pentagon is a framework for sustainable livelihood based on five main capitals, namely human capital, social capital, financial capital, natural capital and physical capital. The data obtained were later transcribed verbatim and analysed using thematic analysis.
  Siti Aisyah Ramli , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Khairuddin Idris , Azimi Hamzah , Bahaman Abu Samah , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  Quality of Life (QOL) is encompassed in people’s satisfaction with regards to various aspects of their existence. Many QOL studies have been pursued worldwide and some of these are focused upon the rural community. This study aims to investigate the QOL of the riverside community living in Bahau which is an area in Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. This is a quantitative study in which a total of 300 villagers that live near to Muar and serting rivers were chosen as the respondents. The survey method was employed to obtain the data while SPSS was performed to run suitable and relevant analyses. Generally, the analyses confirm that rural communities living near to Muar and Serting rivers in Bahau have a moderate QOL. Specifically, the respondents were found to have a better QOL in terms of their home conditions but not with respect to infrastructure facilities. A number of discussions and recommendations are put forward in this study and it is hoped that these can be used by concerned parties for the development of Bahau.
  Norizan Abdul Ghani , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Wan Ibrahim Wan Ahmad and Wan Salihin Wong Abdullah
  Enhancing the Quality of Life (QoL) of citizens is an agenda that must be prioritized by the local government. Inhabited island communities in this country especially in Pulau Perhentian, Terengganu require more attention from the government. This study aims to examine the level of objective quality of life on the studied island. It also focuses on the settlements and residential areas of the community. Survey findings indicate that the level of objective quality of life of the population under study is at a medium level. From one aspect, the survey shows that the community here lives in highly crowded settlements. The houses in this community were in a poor state in comparison to the mainland community. Pulau Perhentian clearly needs a better settlement management system. Immediate action from the government is necessary in order to provide the community in Pulau Perhentian with a better quality of life.
  Bahaman Abu Samah , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Md. Salleh Hassan , Mohd Shahwahid Othman and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  This study attempts to identify the relationship of the rural youth with Pahang and Muar Rivers. This is a quantitative study and used developed questionnaire for collecting its data. A total of 165 rural youth settled along Pahang and Muar Rivers have been selected as the respondents. Findings have confirmed that a majority of rural youth still needs the rivers for their recreational activities while a small portion of them still rely on the river for their additional income. The rural youth have demonstrated a high level of agreement on river development as it offers them benefits with regard to locals’ development, environmental awareness, social bonding and transportation. Further, analysis performed have confirmed that factor of state have recorded significant difference with agreement towards river development while the factor of distance to the nearest city have recorded a positive and significant relationship with agreement towards river development. A number of discussions have been placed and it is a hope that such discussion will assist in any planning of developing Pahang and Muar Rivers.
  Khairuddin Idris , Raidah Mazuki , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Azimi Hamzah , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Bahaman Abu Samah and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  The main attempt of this study is to identify the factors that impinge the quality of life among community who reside near to Tembeling, Pahang and Muar Rivers. This is a quantitative study where a developed questionnaire was used to collect the data. A total of 240 questionnaires were distributed to the selected respondents in 4 places which is Kg. Jorak (Johore), Kg. Bantal (Pahang), Kg. Gintong (Pahang) and Kg. Langkap (Negeri Sembilan). Although, there is a number of factors that can impinge the quality of life, however within the scope of this study, it focuses on 5 factors that have the potential to influence the quality of life to this community, namely; age, income, period of staying, distance to the nearest river and distance to the nearest city. Analyses performed have confirmed that factors of level of education and areas have significant difference with quality of life while factor of income was detected to have significant relationship with quality of life. A number of discussions have been placed and it is hope that such discussion could assist the relevant parties in constructing concrete strategies to further, uplift the quality of life of the community particularly those who reside near to the river.
  Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Azimi Hamzah , Bahaman Abu Samah , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Khairuddin Idris , Nurani Kamarudin and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  This study attempts to examine the rural youth sustainable livelihood phenomena in Malaysia. The results presented in the present study were the preliminary data which gained through the pre-test process. The pre-test was conducted among 30 rural youths in Kuala Besut, Terengganu. Out of 6 capitals studied, 3 of them recorded high levels of mean scores while the other 3 capitals recorded a moderate level of mean scores. The human capital recorded the highest mean score, however yet the strength possessed in human capital cannot assist them to strengthen their financial capital as this capital recorded the lowest mean score. Though results discussed only demonstrate the preliminary findings, however yet the results are expected to portray a possible prediction of what actual data would be.
  Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril , Asnarulkhadi Abu Samah , Azimi Hamzah , Khairuddin Idris and Bahaman Abu Samah
  The main aim of the present study is to identify the factors impinging the human capital of rural youth in Malaysia. The study is quantitative in nature whereby a developed questionnaire was used to collect the required data. Via a multi-stage cluster sampling, a total of 240 rural youth from four districts in Peninsular Malaysia had been selected as the respondents. Analysis performed confirmed that rural youth possessed a high level of human capital while specific analysis confirmed that there was a significant difference on human capital with the factor of occupation while significant relationship was detected between human capital and the factors of age and income. Several discussions have been highlighted and expectantly it can offer some ideas to the concerned parties in constructing strategies to further enhance the development of human capital among rural youth in Malaysia.
  Mahazan Muhammad , Azimi Hamzah , Sulaiman Md. Yassin , Bahaman Abu Samah , Neda Tiraieyari , Jeffrey Lawrence D`Silva and Hayrol Azril Mohamed Shaffril
  Tourism industry was growing rapidly in Malaysia and has been important contributor to the economy. Many types of tourism industry have been created in Malaysia since it has a unique culture and natural beauty as a tourist attraction. Agro-tourism in coastal villages is one of the new product of tourism to stimulate economic growth in rural community especially among fishermen community. This type of agro-tourism use the environment for tourism resources. Hence, this study is concerned with the environmental impacts of agro-tourism activities in coastal villages listed as Desa Wawasan Nelayan in Malaysia. This is a quantitative study where data were gained through developed questionnaires. Sampling was conducted in 10 fishermen villages in peninsular Malaysia. Finding in this study indicates that the environments of the coastal community in fishermen villages are still natural, protected and not be a negative issue due to the deterioration of agro-tourism program.
 
 
 
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