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Published: 13 July 2022

Community Empowerment as Socio-Economic Education of Tourism Villages Based on Local Wisdom

Adhi Iman Sulaiman, Chusmeru, Tri Nugroho Adi, Agus Ganjar Runtiko

Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1993.05.03.524

Pages: 54-67

Keywords: Tourism Village, Young Generation, Socio-Economic Education, Community Empowerment, Rural Development

Abstract

The village is an area that has a lot of potential resources, especially economic, natural or environmental, and socio-cultural aspects, which can be used as essential capital in development and the welfare of the community. Therefore, it is necessary to carry out research and community empowerment as socio-economic education of tourism village communities to open up job vacancies, especially for the younger generation and village independence. The study used Research and Development (R & D) methods and analysis by prioritizing qualitative data through interviews, observations, and focus group discussions on purposively selected informants, including village government, tourism village groups, youth groups, and business groups. The research location is in a new tourism village with uniqueness and local wisdom, namely Mergolangu Tourism Village, Kalibawang District, Wonosobo Regency, Banjarpanepen Village, Sumpiuh District, Banyumas Regency in Central Java Province of Indonesia. The results showed that tourist villages still have problems in institutional management, productive, creative, and innovative business development, and marketing promotion. So, it requires community empowerment as socio-economic education through various extension activities, training, mentoring, and partnerships on tourism management supported by stakeholders. Socio-economic education has implemented of empowerment program that could be a target to the younger generation as the successor to the village tourism management group.

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