Green Open Space Collaborative Governance: a Systematic Literature Review
This research aims to find out the collaborative governance of green open space has been running well but not optimal in its implementation. This study uses systematic literature review as the basic basis to make it easier for researchers /students to be able to review and identify scientific articles systematically with predetermined steps. This study revealed that there were 124 articles selected from 378 articles relevant to the topics discussed The results of the analysis resulted in 3 different clusters in 38 concepts relevant to the collaborative governance study of green open space. Density visualization mode, there is no dominating author in reviewing author data mapping according to the theme of green open space collaborative governance. This Paper, has limited articles to support literature review, total articles obtained through the scopus database not all of them have related topics that will be used to conduct research, so researchers have difficulty in conducting analysis. Researchers' recommendations on further research need to use analysis by adding several articles that have the same relevance in some sources of scientific articles to make it easier to conduct concrete data analysis.
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