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Community participation tourist attraction development in Jabal Kelor - a case study

Dhimas Setyo Nugroho, Hary Hermawan, Emmita Devi Hari Putr and Citra Unik Mayasari
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Hary Hermawan: Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata AMPTA Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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Abstract: Community-based tourism is an evolutionary form of the concept of mass tourism. One of the primary keys to developing community-based tourism is community participation. The process of developing Jabal Kelor tourism destinations has created several types of community participation. The researchers used a semi-structured interview with key informants involved in developing Jabal Kelor. Observation and documentation was used to check data validity. Interactive data analysis techniques took place continuously the data reached saturation point. The research results indicate that community participation in developing Jabal Kelor tourism destinations consists of participation of the community in areas such as inter alia such as idea formulation, participation, physical participation, skills and education participation, and also financial participation. The originality of this paper is the identification of community participation in efforts to develop Jabal Kelor tourism destinations. The less optimal form of community participation in Jabal Kelor is participation education and skills, and financial participation. The reasonfor this is the lack of community insight, and the people there are weak economic communities and they battle to make a livelihood. original source ;

Date: 2020-01-23
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