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A DESCRIPTIVE STUDY OF THE OFFER AS FOUND IN AMERICAN MOVIES Musadad, Musadad
Lexicon Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
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The offer is one form of speech act realizations. Making offer in English belongs to a real example of communicative English learning for it requires practical implementation in some ways. Accordingly, one should not only comprehend the offer in English from what is stated in English grammar books, but also from certain situation providing imaginary life aspects as can be found in the real ones. Such a situation, which is later on called as context, can be displayed through American movies. This study found interesting features in the way the subjects manipulate and manage offers intended to their hearers. The features are mainly noted in three aspects which are utterance length indicating offer (offer-sequence), speech act classification indicating offer, and the most frequently used semantic formulae in accordance with the differences of age, familiarity, and status.
STRATEGI PROMOSI EKOWISATA MANGROVE Sidiq, Rd. Siti Sofro; Sulistyani, Andri; Musadad, Musadad
Jurnal Aplikasi Bisnis Vol 8, No 1 (2017)
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Coastal area has various potencies and natural resources, so that it should be optimized to fulfill theneeds of local community and improve their welfare. One form of its use is as an ecotourism area.Ecotourism is a product of tourism that combines the responsible travel and adventure. Riau Provincehas many mangrove ecotourism. One of them is located at Mengkapan Village, Siak District. Thismangrove area could be optimized as an ecotourism spot. However, the weakness of local people andits management in promoting this area made it less known by the potential tourist market. Thus, thisresearch tends to formulate a comprehensive promotion program for Mengkapan Mangrove Ecotourism.It focused on personal selling training program done in groups by local community as tourism serviceprovider in order to gain market segmentations. This program includes some activities, such asconducting training to make sales support and tour packages. At last, this program seeks to explorecommunity initiative in gaining their welfare according to their local wisdom.
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN NATURE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT: LESSONS FROM PINDUL CAVE IN YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Musadad, Musadad
Jurnal Kawistara Vol 8, No 2 (2018)
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Local communitys participation is essential for a tourism development, especially in a nature tourism destination like Pindul Cave in Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta. In addition to contributing to the sustainability of the nature tourism itself, community participation can empower the local community since they are usually benefited from the tourism activities running in their area. Therefore, this study seeks to identify the level of community participation in nature-based tourism development and barriers to the community participation. This study employed a descriptive quantitative approach. The data was collected by randomly distributing questionnaires to 60 residents and conducting interviews with the locals and village tourism managers. The results suggested that the level of community participation is averagely high in terms of age, gender, job, income, and education. Nevertheless, their participation level is low in the evaluation so there should be a monitoring team to handle this issue. In addition, the local community still faces several barriers to participation, including incompetency of tourism industry, poverty, managements policy, and lack of ability to speak English. Therefore, there should be advocating programs to overcome these problems.
Usulan Manajemen Pengunjung Situs Makam Sunan Kalijaga, Kelurahan Kadilangu, Kabupaten Demak Musadad, Musadad
Bakti Budaya Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
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Te Sunan Kalijaga tomb complex located in Kadilangu, Demak, Central Java is an archaeologicalsite that have very high signifcance values in terms of history, culture, and economy. Tis tomb complexis always fully-visited by pilgrims from various regions. Te peak season of the tomb visiting periodis in the month of Syafar, one month before Ramadan. At the time, the visitors must be trapped in along queue in the corridor that was prepared by Yayasan Sunan Kalijaga to enter the tomb complex.Tis condition certainly leads inconveniences for pilgrims and it may decrease the sites signifcancevalues. For this reason, efforts are needed to reduce pilgrimage density in the corridors of pilgrimsfrom the entrance gate to the site complex. Alternative proposals to reduce pilgrim density are proposedin two alternatives. Te frst, after the pilgrimage procession reaches and fnishes their pilgrimage,the visitors should go out through another door and pass the south corridor of the mosque to theroad on the east side of the mosque heading south to the ancient lake and heading to the road to theparking lot. Te second proposal is that pilgrims passes through the existing corridor to enter andto exit, but the corridor is divided into two lanes in frm and very strict arrangements. Tis meansthat pilgrims should not enter the wrong lane and there are restrictions on the amount of entry ata time of high density.
PERCEIVED TOURISM IMPACTS IN PINDUL CAVE, YOGYAKARTA, INDONESIA Musadad, Musadad; Nurlena, Nurlena
Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism
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Gunungkidul Regency, Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia is experiencing significant increase in its visitors due to the massive development of its tourism objects, especially natural ones such as caves and beaches. Pindul Cave is one of the most prominent tourism object in Gunungkidul which is also visited by a high number of tourists although it was just opened in the late 2011s. Therefore, by conducting interviews with locals and the management as well as observation to collect data, this study investigated the perceived impacts of tourism in Pindul Cave. The analysis results show that the residents have positive attitudes towards socio-cultural, economic, and environmental impact although they also perceive negative impacts such as the way of employee’s recruitment by the management and the degradation of environment in the cave. However, these negative impacts are perceived minor by the residents so that, overall, they perceive that the development of tourism in Pindul Cave is positive.
THE EFFECT OF PRICE ON THE WATERPARK VISITORS’ SATISFACTION Ibrahim, Mariaty; Musadad, Musadad
Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism
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The quality of a good or service is mostly determined by the consumers. Accordingly, satisfying consumers can be attained by providing good quality products which are not only affected by the service quality itself, but also by other factors, including price. Price issues faced by Queen Star Waterpark in Siak Regency of Riau Province in the past three years have decreased the number of visitors and raised visitors’ complaints. This study, therefore, was aimed at finding out the effect of price on visitor satisfaction. The data was collected through conducting interview with the waterpark manager and distributing questionnaires to 100 respondents as the samples chosen randomly through accidental sampling. To analyze the collected data, simple regression was used, while the hypothesis testing was performed through t-test and analysis of the coefficient of determination (R). The analysis results showed that the variable x (price) was proven to significantly affect the variable y (visitor satisfaction). This implies that the waterpark management should take this into consideration and adopt a new approach to pricing.
TOURIST PERCEPTION OF THE TOURISM PRODUCTS IN MERANGIN GEOPARK, JAMBI, INDONESIA Nurlena, Nurlena; Musadad, Musadad
Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism
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Merangin Geopark, Jambi, Indonesia is one of Indonesian National Geoparks which is on the way of being the member of Global Geopark Network (GGN). In doing so, Merangin Geopark has been being developed as a tourist destination considering that one of the important aspects of Geopark is the tourism development. Therefore, this study was aimed to analyze the tourists’ perception of the Geopark’s tourism products. By using a qualitative approach, this study collected data from 80 respondents (as sample) through questionnaires, coupled with interviews and observation.The analysis results show that out of 4 aspects of tourism products, only attraction which gets the highest positive perception percentage (82%) meaning that the attractions are interesting enough and deserved to satisfy the visitors. Tourist organizations/managers get positive perception of 58%, which indicates that visitors are quite satisfied, but they need some improvement. Meanwhile, amenities and accessibility have more negative perception which indicates that the government should pay more attention on these two aspects.