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Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism
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The Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism (JBHOST), is an international peer-reviewed and brings articles in all areas related to Tourism & Hospitality. It is published once a year, and publishes original research, both conceptual and empirical, that clearly enhances the theoretical development of the hospitality and tourism field. JBHOST currently published both qualitative and quantitative researches. Articles submitted by authors are evaluated by a group of peer review experts in the field to ensure all the published articles are of high quality and the information they contain is accurate and reliable. JBHOST is published in both print and online version. The online version is always available for download and if it is necessary, the printed version will be released based on authors or members’ needs.
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IMPLICATIONS OF COMMODIFIED PARWA SHADOW PUPPET PERFORMANCE FOR TOURISM IN UBUD, BALI Pradana, Gede Yoga Kharisma
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The purpose of this article is to examine the phenomenon of Balinese shadow puppet performances as a tourism entertainment spectacle in Ubud, Bali. Basically, the Parwa shadow puppet shows as Balinese shadow puppets are stag for the purposes of traditional ceremonies with long duration. In contrast to the type of Parwa shadow puppet show in Ubud is stag for tourism, only it's stag with a shorter duration. This phenomenon certainly raises a big question about the implications of stag such performances for tourism.This article is prepared to use qualitative research methods. All data were obtained through literature study, interview and observation. After all data is obtained, it is analyzed by using the perspective of cultural studies.The results show that the commodification of Parwa shadow puppet shows for tourism has economic, social and cultural implications. Economically, the commodification of the Parwa shadow puppet show for tourism has already had implications for a change in instrumental value, adding profit to cottage owners and retailers. Socially, the commodity has implications in the popularity as well as the identity of shadows puppet group. Culturally has implications for the preservation of cultural identity in the context of tourism, mediation of cultural promotion to tourists, cultural degradation of puppets and the difficulty of enculturation.
ORGANIZATION CULTURE, COMPETENCY, COMPENSATION, JOB SATISFACTION AND LECTURER LOYALTY Wijaya, Nyoman Surya; Darsana, I Made; Pantiyasa, I Wayan; Astina, I Nyoman Gede
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The synergy between tourism education institutions with the government is important to equate the perception that tourism as an independent science is a pride and a challenge for tourism college, including the International Bali Institute of Tourism (STPBI), which organizes vocational education programs. The role of the lecturer becomes very important in this stage. The problems in this research are 1). Does the organizational culture, competence, and compensation affect the job satisfaction of lecturers at STPBI 2). Does the job satisfaction, organizational culture, competence, and compensation affect the loyalty of lecturers at STPBI. This research uses a quantitative approach with Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis tools. The result are, organizational culture, competence, and compensation have positive and significant impact on the job satisfaction of lecturers. Job satisfaction, organizational culture and compensation have positive and significant impact on lecturers' loyalty. However, competence has no significant effect on lecturer's loyalty.
Rain Park Designation as an Environmental Educational Tourism in aims of River Arrangement of Badung River, in Denpasar City Purnaya, I Gusti Ketut; Laba, I Nengah; Semara, I Made Trisna; Tunjungsari, Komang Ratih
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This research was in purpose of conserving river environment in developing sustainable tourism by empowering local community to control balance or harmony in life depends on local genius. Heterogeneous tourism potentials owned by Badung river’s area to be enhanced as new attraction, within eco tourism concept. This research designated by using descriptive research, since authors explored data and information regarding topics to get in-depth data for further research. In this research, authors wanted to identify designation of rain park in order to arrange Badung river as an environmental educational tourism region. Data were collected through observations, documentation, and interview with qualitative descriptive as analysis technic. The result of the research showed the development of alternative tourist attraction, namely Rain Park in Badung’s River. This tourist attraction is a part of community-based tourism that utilize element of rain and water as an attraction. Moreover, this attraction will be a viable and possible option to answer any water pollution issue among Badung river area.
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF JOGGING TRACK AS TOURIST ATTRACTION IN ANGGABAYA VILLAGE, PENATIH DENPASAR Wirawan, Putu Eka; Sudiarta, I Nyoman
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Development of tourism destination should be supported by the potential of tourism activities; one of them is sports tourism. Sports tourism is a tourism activity by doing sports activities as a fundamental and significant part of a vacation. Sanur Tourism Destination, known by many tourists as a place where they can perform sports activities as a mode of movement, has tourism potential that supports the development of sports tourism. That potential is also supported by the planning and activities of stakeholders in order to develop this tourism for society and tourists in realizing sustainable tourism (green tourism).  The purposes of this research were: 1) to discover the potential that makes Sanur Tourism Destination has the opportunity to develop cycling tourism. 2) to find out the benefits of cycling tourism towards Sanur Tourism Destination. The research methodology used was descriptive research methodology. It aimed to obtain a complete profile or description of relevant aspects of an interesting phenomenon, which occurs in an individual, organization, industry, or other things. Techniques for collecting the data were direct observation, in-depth interview and documentation/literature studies.The results showed that: 1) the potential that makes Sanur Tourism Destination has the opportunity to develop cycling tourism. 2) the benefits of cycling tourism towards Sanur Tourism Destination. The recommendation of this research is expected to provide input to Stakeholder and Government in analyzing the potential of Sanur Tourism Destination in developing sports tourism as a friendly destination both in its activities and way of traveling, therefore, it is useful for the welfare of society. The results of this research could also help local people and government in reviewing the strategy of sports tourism planning in Sanur Tourism Destination in realizing sustainable tourism planning. 
TOURIST DESTINATION DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES AND THE IMPACT ON TOURIST VISITS CASE STUDY: PURA GUNUNG KAWI IN SEBATU VILLAGE, GIANYAR, BALI Sudjana, I Made; Darsana, I Made
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Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu is a tourist destination in Bali. The temple is located in Sebatu Village, Tegallalang, Gianyar Regency. However, unlike most tourist destinations in general, Gunung Kawi Temple is infrequently visited by both foreign and domestic tourists, especially when compared with similar destinations, such as Pura Tirta Empul Tampaksiring. The purpose of this study is to determine the development strategy of “Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu” and the impact of tourist visits on the welfare of community in Sebatu Village. This study used qualitative descriptive approach which aims to describe, record, analyze, and interpret current conditions of Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu. The results from this study is the development strategies of Pura Gunung Kawi relies on some factors such as: the stability of various levels, such as security, comfort, support facilities and infrastructure; the quality and quantity of human resources; partnerships with funding agencies; the linkage function development of tourism activities; increased community participation in tourism development; and programs implementation for effective promotion on an ongoing basis. These stabilities help increase the number of tourist visits, which leads to community’s welfare in the area surrounding Pura Gunung Kawi Sebatu.
POTENTIALS OF PALUNGAN SALT FARMING IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CULTURAL TOURISM AND COMMUNITY-BASED EDUCATION IN THE VILLAGE OF TEJAKULA Widhiarini, Ni Made Ayu Natih; Ariastini, Ni Nengah; Permanita, Ni Putu Feby Devira; Semara, I Made Trisna
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Palungan salt farming is one of commodity that is still dominated by coastal communities in Tejakula Village. However, since 2010 the number of palungan salt farmers has degraded from 200 farmers to 21 farmers. This resulted in the production of salt manger decreased. On the other hand, salt is one of the foodstuffs needed by various parties for both consumption and industrial needs. Although the Government has issued a policy to empower traditional salt farming through PUGAR, but until now the implementation has not been maximized.  The aims  of this research is to identify the potential of internal and external physical environments in Tejakula Village to consideration in the effort to conserve local wisdom in synergy with sustainable tourism development. Using the descriptive qualitative research method, Tejakula Village has internal and external potential that is useful to be developed towards the development of living museum as cultural and educational tourism in order to conserve local wisdom and improve the economic level of the community in Tejakula Village. 
THE PERCEPTION AND PARTICIPATION OF COMMUNITY IN DEVELOPPING SMART ECO-VILLAGE DESTINATION IN THE TOURIST VILLAGE PAKSABALI AS A TOURISM ICON IN KLUNGKUNG DISTRICT-BALI Pantiyasa, I Wayan; Rosalina, Putu Devi
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The development of tourist village is a government policy that is expected to improve the economy of the community, expanding the employment vacancies, alleviating poverty. Expanding the employment vacancies that lead to improve the welfare of rural communities. The purpose of this study is to determine the perception and participation of local people in Paksebali in the development of smart eco-village destination in the tourist village of Paksebali, Dawan subdistrict, Klungkung regency. The approach is done by distributing to 30 respondents (Purposive sampling).The collected data were primary and secondary data with the techniques are observation, interview and documentation. The collected data were then analyzed by qualitative descriptive analysis. The results of this study shows that the public perception of the development of smart eco-village Paksebali tourist village is the the public generally has known about the development of tourist villages. The community very agree and support by implementing the sapta pesona (seven ways of enchantment). People hope that the development of tourist village can promote the village and improve the welfare of their life. Community participation in the development of tourist village is done started from planning, developing facilities and infrastructure, managing, and monitoring and evaluation.

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