Journal of Social and Political
ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)
ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)
Published: 24 November 2022
Revealing Women Participation in Tourist Village Establishment
Sih Natalia Sukmi, Theresia Pratiwi Elingsetyo Sanubari, Royke R. Siahainenia
Muséum national d'histoire naturelle (France), Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana (Indonesia)
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Keywords: Indonesia, Participatory Approach, Tourist Village, Women
The tourism sector provides opportunities to develop inclusive communities, including Tidar Campur. The initiative of establishing tourist destinations is proposed as an effort to reduce slum areas in Magelang City, Central Java, Indonesia. The idea of initiating an educational tourist village comes from the local societies who believes that there is a promising potential from tofu enterprises. This study depicts how a participatory approach with three primary components work in tourist destination establishment. Community participatory was used as a framework of this paper. The qualitative method was implemented through interviews, observations, and three times of Focus Group Discussions (FGD). The result shows that women play an essential role in tourist activities. However, the women place themselves in the passive group in the public discussion of tourism establishment in which agreement, strategy, and decision-making are discussed.
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