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Jurnal Master Pariwisata (Journal Master in Tourism Studies)
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ISSN (Print) 2406-9116 - ISSN (Online) 2502-8022
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  • Front Matter JUMPA Vol. 8 No. 1 Juli 2021

    • Authors: Editorial Team JUMPA
      Abstract: -
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
       
  • Penempatan SDM Penyandang Disabilitas di Sektor Pariwisata

    • Authors: Titing Kartika, Tjutju Yuniarsih, Hady Siti Hadijah
      Pages: 1 - 21
      Abstract: The existence of a negative stigma in society’s view for persons with disabilities makes them unable to show their optimal self-existence even though they competently have them. Not all industries or government agencies have implemented the rules whereby the agencies they manage should implement rules for employing persons with disabilities (the proportion is private sector 1 %, and government agencies 2%) referring to the rules mandated in Law no. 8 of 2016 concerning Persons with Disabilities. According to the perspective of Human Resources management, this is a challenge how the existence of persons with disabilities can get space without discrimination from all parties. The resultsof research showed that the inoptimal placement of human resources with disabilities occurred due to several factors, both from the person and the employer. The involvement of stakeholders has an important role in solving problems from associations, universities, communities and the government. Keywords: Disabilities, Human Resources, Tourism Sector, Employee Placement
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p01
       
  • Strategi Pengembangan Potensi Ekowisata di Desa Malatisuka

    • Authors: Fauziah Hanum, Reiza D. Dienaputra, Dadang Suganda, Budi Muljana
      Pages: 22 - 45
      Abstract: Desa Malatisuka merupakan salah satu desa dengan kategori tertinggal di Kecamatan Gunung Tanjung, Kabupaten Tasikmalaya yang memiliki potensi alam dan lanskap berlimpah yang dapat dijadikan destinasi wisata unggulan apabila dikelola dengan baik dengan menerapkan konsep Ekowisata dan pengembangan mengacu pada prinsip berkelanjutan. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk membuat strategi pengembangan potensi ekowisata di Desa Malatisuka, Kecamatan Gunung Tanjung, Kabupaten Tasikmalaya. Penelitian ini adalah studi kualitatif dengan metode survey dan deskriptif. Data untuk penelitian ini dikumpulkan melalui wawancara dengan teknik pemilihan narasumber menggunakan purposive sampling, studi literatur baik itu dari buku, procceding seminar, tesis, artikel-artikel jurnal dalam atau luar negeri serta sumber lainnya. Sedangkan data akan dianalisis menggunakan cara triangulasi serta analisis SWOT untuk selanjutnya melakukan perumusan strategi yang tepat untuk pengembangan potensi ekowisata tersebut. Hasil menunjukan bahwa Desa Malatisuk memiliki kelebihan dan peluang yang besar utamanya potensi alam yang apabila dimanfaatkan sebaik mungkin maka dapat menjadi nilai lebih yang menjadi kekuatan untuk bersaing diantara daya tarik wisata khususnya dikembangkan untuk kegiatan ekowisata dan memungkinkan peluang untuk mengembangkan usaha kreatif lainnya dengan strategi yang telah dirumuskan berdasarkan analisis yang telah dilakukan. Keywords: ekowisata, sustainable tourism, pengembangan wisata, air terjun
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p02
       
  • Penerapan Empat Fungsi Manajemen Pada Pengelolaan Pariwisata Bahari
           Berkelanjutan di Desa Jungutbatu, Kecamatan Nusa Penida

    • Authors: I Gede Ngurah Primanda S Rahadiarta, Agung Suryawan Wiranatha, I Nyoman Sunarta
      Pages: 46 - 66
      Abstract: Tourism activities in Nusa Penida have experienced a very rapid increase in recent years, mainly in Jungutbatu Village, which is the village where Nusa Penida tourism began around 1970. After the transition from the seaweed farming activities in recent years, now the community relies on the tourism sector. The rapid development of marine tourism and the importance of this to the economy of the community of Jungutbatu Village, requires its management be carried out properly and sustainably. The purposes of this study were to determine the management of marine tourism in Jungutbatu Village through the application of four management functions (Planning, Organizing, Actuating, and Controlling), and to analyze tourist perceptions on the application of sustainable tourism management in Jungutbatu Village. The research approach was descriptive qualitative and data collection methods were observation, interviews, questionnaires and literature study. The results of this study indicated that the management of marine tourism in the Jungutbatu Village was carried out by involving various parties such as the community, entrepreneurs, non-governmental organizations, and the government. The planning, organizing and actuating processes that involved and accommodated the interests of various parties built a sense of responsibility and awareness to participate in the controlling process. Good management led to a good perception of tourists who came to visit, which in turn affected satisfaction and then influenced loyalty to revisit or recommend the marine tourism area of Jungutbatu Village to others. Keywords: management, perception, sustainable tourism, marine protected areas
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p03
       
  • Perubahan Sosial Budaya Masyarakat di Sekitar Kawasan Wisata Pulo Cinta
           Eco Resort

    • Authors: Annisa Rizqa Alamri, Yayan Hanapi
      Pages: 67 - 88
      Abstract: A meeting between the local community and tourists will produce some social changes in the local community where tourist site is located. The present study describes forms of socio-cultural changes in the local communities since the formation of Pulo Cinta Eco Resort for four years. The purpose of the present study was to examine the forms of socio-cultural changes in Patoameme Village community after the development of Pulo Cinta Eco Resort. The research method was case study using descriptive approach. This was based on the issues, which were what the object was and how it was formed. The data collection used observation, in-depth interview, and document study. The data was analyzed by performing data reduction, display and conclusion drawing. The data validity was examined using data source triangulation technique. Based on the findings in the field, the socio-cultural changes were; 1) symbols, b) language, c) values and d) norms. Keywords: Social Cultural Changes, Develepoment of Tourist Areas, Local Community
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p04
       
  • Analisis Kewiralembagaan Desa Wisata dalam Pengembangan Desa Wisata Kedang
           Ipil

    • Authors: Adi Sucipto, Zulkifli Zulkifli
      Pages: 89 - 106
      Abstract: Kedang Ipil officially became a Tourism Village in 2016. The main advantages are natural Waterfall and Cultural Arts. Readiness in the face of competition needs to be supported by such things as adequate infrastructure, good marketing, and, most importantly, institutional governance. The purpose of this study is to determine the institutional process, the relationship between actors and structures that occur in the development activities of Kedang Ipil Tourism Village. To describe institutional opportunities and arrange elements of tourism village institutional governance to be able and ready to face both local and global competitions. Based on the Institutional Entrepreneurial Task quadrant analysis, the Kedang Ipil Tourism village institution belongs in the third quadrant. The function and formation are already available, but they don't function properly. Tourism management that moves to social enterprises requires actors to be more innovative in organizing tourist destinations, starting from marketing, services, formulating tour packages, even creating new attractions so that existing institutions can run effectively and efficiently so it will affect to the residents’ welfare. Keywords: Institutional Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, Village Tourism
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p05
       
  • Partisipasi Masyarakat Lokal dalam Pengembangan Kawasan Wisata Geopark
           Batur di Kintamani Kabupaten Bangli

    • Authors: I Gede Wiramatika, I Nyoman Sunarta, I Putu Anom
      Pages: 107 - 127
      Abstract: This study aims to examine the participation of local communities in the development of the Batur Geopark tourist area in Kintamani, Bangli Regency regarding the participation of local communities in the development of the Batur Geopark tourist area, the obstacles faced by local communities in the development of the Batur Geopark tourist area, and the efforts made by the Government in developing the tourist area Batur Geopark. In this study the data collected through interviews, observations, literature studies, documentation studies, and the Community then analyzed the data using qualitative descriptive data analysis techniques. The presentation of data analysis in this study was carried out qualitatively through verbal delivery with interpretative descriptive techniques. The results of this study indicate that in the development of the Batur Geopark tourist area there are still several obstacles faced in its development. The government's efforts in developing the Batur Geopark tourist area are: the formation of a tourism awareness group, tightening permits for facility construction, establishing a management agency, procuring tourism facilities, improving the road infrastructure, structuring material excavation at the foot of Mount Batur, holding promotions, and providing tourism training. The forms of community participation in the development of the Batur Geopark tourist area are: preserving the biodiversity of flora and fauna, building tourism facilities, developing the typical Kintamani major culinary, cultural preservation, taking jobs in the tourism sector, nature conservation, and the formation of security officers. Keywords: Community Participation, Tourism Development, Geopark
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p06
       
  • Dampak Sosial Budaya Pariwisata: Studi Kasus Desa Wisata Pulesari dan Desa
           Ekowisata Pancoh

    • Authors: Elisa Dwi Rohani, Nuryuda Irdana
      Pages: 128 - 151
      Abstract: Tourism can be seen not only as an economic phenomenon, but also as a socio-cultural phenomenon. Tourism is a phenomenon of cultural interaction which ultimately affects the cultural changes and behavior of local people as tourism actors. This study aims to provide a different picture related to the impact of tourism by presenting an overview of the socio-cultural life of the community after tourism activities in tourist villages. In this study using a comparative study method. The positive impacts that occur between the two villages are very different in social aspects, namely: 1) The spirit of the community that naturally awakens in the Pulesari tourist village, 2) strengthening organization (strengthening the organization), 3) the emergence of leaders (the emergence of leaders). While the negative impacts from the social aspect include 1) the impact that occurs in the community (Community Division) 2) social problems (social problems) related to drugs or prostitution, 3) Conflicts begin to emerge in the form of the emergence of new tourist villages that carry the same concept. Cultural events that occur include 1) preservation of local culture (preservation of local culture), 2) exchange of information between hosts and guests regarding village potential, arts, traditions, customs, patterns, patterns of life and culture that lead to deeper interactions. While the negative impacts that occur include 1) commercialization of culture, 2) imitating other cultures (imitating other cultures). Keywords: Impact, Socio-cultural, Tourism, Tourism Village
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p07
       
  • Dari Sejarah Menuju Pengembangan Pariwisata Berkelanjutan: Studi Kasus
           Kampung Wisata Pancer

    • Authors: Irwan Tamrin, Rusdin Tahir, M. Liga Suryadana, Arfah Sahabudin
      Pages: 152 - 173
      Abstract: Indonesia has made tourism as the leading sector in economy. This has prompted many regions to compete to develop their tourism potential, including Kota Serang - Banten by launching Kampung Wisata Pancer. Kampung Pancer is closely related to the history of the Karangantu Harbour area, which was an international port during the Banten Kingdom era. Not many studies have discussed about the development of sustainable tourism in the Banten region. This article aims to show the progress of tourism in Banten today. Its development has allowed tourism to stand on its own feet. This study is based on an overview of secondary sources and observations and personal interviews with several informants and tourism experts. The results of this study showed that the tourism development efforts in Kampung Wisata Pancer are not in accordance with the concept of sustainable tourism development. Keywords: Tourism Village, Community Based Tourism, Sustainable Tourism Development
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p08
       
  • E-Service Quality Hotel Pangeran Pekanbaru Pada Website Traveloka

    • Authors: Ervina Wardiyanti, Intan Purwandani
      Pages: 174 - 191
      Abstract: Hotel Pangeran Pekanbaru is a 4-star hotel in Pekanbaru City which uses several Online Travel Agent (OTA) companies as online reservation media, with one of the highest reservation comes from Traveloka. The purpose of this study is to assess the electronic quality service of Traveloka’s website as an online reservation media at Hotel Pangeran Pekanbaru. The six dimensions of e-service quality by Tsang et al. (2010) include: (1) Website Function; (2) Quality and Information Content; (3) Need Fulfillment and Responsiveness; (4) Safety and Security; (5) Appearance and Presentation; and (6) Customer Relationships are implemented as a measure of the quality of an OTA's electronic service. This research is a descriptive quantitative study using data collection methods of survey and online questionnaire as a research tool. Online questionnaires were distributed to 100 guests of Hotel Pangeran Pekanbaru who had made online reservations through the Traveloka website. The results of this study indicate that the respondents' perceptions of Traveloka website’s e-service quality as an online reservation media for Hotel Pangeran Pekanbaru were classified as "high" with an average score of 3.56. Although the overall value of e-service quality on the Traveloka website is classified as "high", at the e-service quality value from the respondent's profile perspective, there is a minority group of 1% who answered that the quality of electronic services was in the "medium" category. Keywords: electronic service quality, online travel agent, Traveloka, online reservation, online booking
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p09
       
  • Strategi Bisnis Primebiz Hotel Surabaya Menghadapi Pandemi Covid-19

    • Authors: Michelle Vebby Tanzil Salim, I Dewa Gde Satrya, Mohamad Yusak Anshori
      Pages: 192 - 212
      Abstract: The Covid-19 pandemic has a negative impact on the tourism and hospitality sector, one of which is PrimeBiz Hotel Surabaya (PHS). The lack of income for the hotel forces hotel management to think creatively and make the right decisions to maintain hotel operations. This study aims to describe the strategies that PHS has implemented during the Covid-19 pandemic. The research method was carried out qualitatively, the data were obtained through structured interviews with key informants from management, marketing experts, hospitality experts and PHS consumers. The conclusion of this study are; first, the Covid-19 pandemic makes PHS management have to weigh income and expenditure to be balanced. Second, the marketing strategy implemented by PHS is to maximize the use of social media for all employees. Third, the strategy carried out by PHS is to continue to implement a multitasking system, employees must be able to innovate and make adjustments to conditions that occur in the future. Keywords: business strategy, hotel, Covid-19
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p10
       
  • Pengaruh Perceived Ease of Use, Perceived of Usefulness dan Financial Risk
           Terhadap Intention to Use Pada Booking.com di Kabupaten Badung

    • Authors: Made Uttari Pitanatri, NMS Wijaya
      Pages: 213 - 224
      Abstract: Online reservation has been gives a easiest way for the tourist interm of booking an accomodation. Ease of use, and perceived of usefullness has been considered as a fundamental concern on decision making in using the online system. Booking.com is one of the online system that frequently used by the tourist. The study aimed to eximine the charasteristic of booking.com user, the effect of perceived ease of use, perceived of usefulness and financial risk om intention to use in Badung Regency. To investigate the hypotheses of the research, data was collected from booking.com user in Badung Regency. A survey was conducted with a sample size of 65 tourist and analized by multiple regresion analysis. The study revealed that perceived ease of use, perceived of usefulness and financial risk positively affect intention to use. Keywords: financial risk, intention to us, perceived ease of use and perceived of usefulness
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p11
       
  • Kreativitas Netizen dalam Strategi Pemasaran Restoran untuk Menarik
           Wisatawan (Studi Kasus Restoran Hotel Best Western Premier La Grande
           Bandung)

    • Authors: Murdiani Sukarana, Muhammad Anas
      Pages: 225 - 244
      Abstract: The aim of this research is to explain the role of hotels in promoting their restaurants and create new ideas on the resources owned by hotels to develop marketing techniques with digital and contemporary channels. The research was conducted at the Restaurant Best Western Premiere La Grande Bandung. This research is a qualitative research with data and analysis results presented in the form of descriptions through observation methods, in-dept interviews, and documentation. Data analysis technique with steps; data processing, data analysis, and interpretation of data analysis results. The result of this research is that marketing media through the internet (digital promotion) has a very significant effect on visitors to the Best Western Premiere La Grande Hotel Restaurant, Bandung. Among the online media used by restaurant management, Instagram has the greatest impact on promotional results to visitors. Consecutively the role of digital media in marketing results, namely 45% of the Instagram hashtag, 32% of the website and 23% of the e-brochure. Thus the digital marketing strategy has a high level of effectiveness in introducing hotels in general and specifically at the Restaurant Hotel Best Western La Grande Bandung. Keywords: marketing strategy, creativity, netizen
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p12
       
  • Literasi Media Digital Pada Komunitas Pariwisata di Kawasan Danau Toba

    • Authors: Yohanssen Pratama, Arnaldo Marulitua Sinaga, Riyanthi Angrainy Sianturi, Verawaty Situmorang
      Pages: 245 - 258
      Abstract: Lake Toba region is included in one of the 10 priority tourism destination locations. To answer the challenges of changing world tourism trends that utilize digital technology, several strategies must be carried out. In digitizing the process, it is necessary to involve the local community in formulating regulations, strengthening value chain partnerships between businesses in the tourism sector, increasing motivation and enabling the community through various kinds of assistance and training. Therefore, research is conducted that has the aim to develop the tourism potential of the Lake Toba Region through digitalization with the concept of community empowerment. As the output of this research, a community will be formed in each Lake Toba District, so that based on this community various development policies and strategies can be formulated in overcoming problems and developing the tourism sector in the Lake Toba region. Keywords: Community Based Tourism, Digitalization, Lake Toba, Local community, Literacy
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p13
       
  • Perkembangan Wisata Halal di Korea Selatan (Studi Kasus Perspektif
           Masyarakat Indonesia di Korea Selatan)

    • Authors: Theresia Avila Rencidiptya Gitanati Firstantin, Ummul Hasanah
      Pages: 259 – - 259 –
      Abstract: The large number of tourists, students, and Muslim migrant workers in South Korea has prompted the South Korean government to start developing various kinds of halal tourism programs. These programs are very interesting and helpful for tourists, students and Muslim migrant workers to visit or live in South Korea. To find out the extent of the development of halal tourism in South Korea, this study was conducted using a descriptive -quantitative method with Indonesian people in South Korea as the object of this research. The object of this study was selected because of the large number of tourists, students, and Indonesian workers in South Korea and the majority of them as Muslim can represent other Muslim communities in South Korea. The results of this study indicate that Muslim-friendly facilities such as halal restaurants, halal food shopping applications, mosques, and prayer rooms in South Korea are quite numerous and scattered in various cities. This is certainly welcomed positively by tourists and the Muslim communities in South Korea. However, there are several things that Korean government still needs to pay attention to, especially related to the socialization of halal food that there is a standardization and process in it. Keywords: Halal Tourism, South Korea, Tourism, Halal Korea, Halal Food
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p14
       
  • Pengembangan Kawasan Kampung Pelangi Semarang: Persepsi dan Dukungan
           Masyarakat

    • Authors: Aurilia Triani Aryaningtyas, Renny Aprilliyani, Hartoyo Soehari
      Pages: 278 – - 278 –
      Abstract: This study attempts to make a little contribution to the sustainable development of tourism by examining the residents’ perceptions and support on the impact of the development of the Rainbow Village area as a tourist attraction in Semarang. Data were collected by means of a questionnaire. Based on 100 respondents surveyed, the findings show that the majority of respondents were male, aged between 36-45 years, were a native, who were born and lived in Wonosari village for more than 15 years. Overall, respondents viewed tourism positively and would support this development, because they consider the development of rainbow Village to contribute economically as well as socio-culture in Kampung Wonosari Semarang. They were generally in favor of development of rainbow Village that contributes economically and socio-culturally to Wonosari village. They were, however, slightly ambivalent to environmental impacts of tourism. Implications, policy recommendations and limitations of study are presented in the conclusion. Keywords: perception, support, residents, development, rainbow village
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p15
       
  • Promosi Pariwisata Bali Utara Berbasis Sastra Melalui Novel “Aku Cinta
           Lovina” dan “Rumah Di Seribu Ombak”

    • Authors: Ni Nyoman Arini, I Nyoman Darma Putra, Gde Indra Bhaskara
      Pages: 305 – - 305 –
      Abstract: Tourism promotion can be actualized through brochures, advertising, films, literary works, and works of art by doing direct marketing or word of mouth recommendations to promote local tourist attractions. Literary works can also describe tourist attractions through myths, folklore, travel books, novels, and films. This study analyzed the promotion of North Bali tourism through novels. The novels used as research objects are the novel Aku Cinta Lovina by Sunaryono Basuki and Rumah di Seribu Ombak by Erwin Arnada. The novel Aku Cinta Lovina is considered as tourism promotion because it has a background story in Lovina, describing the tourist attraction of North Bali, the interaction between local people and foreign tourists, cultural diversity, the hospitality of the local people, and the story of cross-country travel between European tourist and Balinese girl. Meanwhile, the novel entitled Rumah di Seribu Ombak has been adapted into a film with the same title. The best-selling novel took the location of filming, most of which took place in North Bali. This study aimed to examine tourism in North Bali through the novel Aku Cinta Lovina and Rumah di Seribu Ombak as a literature-based medium for promoting tourism in North Bali. This study also contained the opinions of stakeholders related to tourism promotion through novels. The main theory used in this research is literary tourism theory, supported by promotion theory, host and guest theory. The relevant research approach used in this study was qualitative. The data analysis technique in this study used Content Analysis. Data were collected through observation, interviews, and documentation. This study concludes that the story's content in the novel Aku Cinta Lovina and Rumah di Seribu Ombak depicts natural and cultural tourist attractions, promoting North Bali tourism through natural beauty history, tradition, and culture of the local community. Keywords: literary tourism, North Bali tourism, tourism promotion.
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p16
       
  • Pengaruh Electronic Word of Mouth (EWOM) Terhadap Brand Image, Trust dan
           Keputusan Berkunjung ke Kampung Tridi Malang

    • Authors: Monica Yohana Putri Wiryokusumo, Agung Suryawan Wiranatha, I Gusti Ayu Oka Suryawardani
      Pages: 332 – - 332 –
      Abstract: Electronic word of mouth (EWOM) is quite effective in increasing the decision to visit tourist destinations. Indirectly, electronic word of mouth has an important role in forming a brand image, so there is a need for a good brand image to increase trust so that tourist visits can increase. The purpose of this research are to (1) to analyze the effect of the Electronic Word of Mouth on brand image, trust and the decision to visit in Kampung Tridi Malang, (2) to analyze the influence of brand image on the decision to visit in Kampung Tridi Malang, and (3) to analyze the effect of trust on decisions. visited Kampung Tridi Malang. This study uses SEM (Structural Equation Modeling) analysis using the SmartPLS 3.0 student version software. The data collection instrument used a questionnaire with 100 respondents. The distribution of questionnaires was carried out by purposive sampling to domestic tourists. The results of this research indicate that 1) electronic word of mouth has a significant effect on brand image, (2) electronic word of mouth has a significant effect on trust, (3) electronic word of mouth has a significant effect on visiting decisions, (4) brand image has a significant effect on trust. decision to visit and (5) trust has a significant effect on the decision to visit 6) electronic word of mouth has a significant effect on the decision to visit through brand image 7) electronic word of mouth has a significant effect on the decision to visit through trust. The influence of EWOM on the decision to visit is quite strong so that it can be considered for the managers of Kampung Tridi Malang to further develop marketing using social media. Keywords: Electronic Word of Mouth, Brand Image, Trust, Visit Decision, Kampung Tridi Malang
      PubDate: 2021-07-24
      DOI: 10.24843/JUMPA.2021.v08.i01.p17
       
 
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