Quality Of Life In Malaysian Small Town: Antecedent of The Major Determinants

Nor Syahira Hussin, Nur ‘Aqilah Muhamad Nazor, Zuraida Mohamad, Norudin Mansor

Abstract


 This paper attempts to discuss the findings based on the survey on the

relationship between determinants that reflected their influence on the

quality of life among the residents living in a small town nearby one of

the largest oil based manufacturing industries in Malaysia. Samples of

the study were represented among those residents from the teenagers up

to the old population categories. For ensuring an appropriate

representation and adequate generalization, 306 questionnaires were

distributed in urban and rural area. While analyzing the relationship as

well as its impact, the study also examined possibility of differences

between several selected profiles with the quality of life. In order to get

more generalization from the pool of respondents, the further study may

do deeper analysis such as focus in sub group respondents, besides

observing samples in a much larger group from other town or cities in

Malaysia.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30630/ijasce.1.3.20

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