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Journal : Kepariwisataan: Jurnal Ilmiah

PREFERENSI PENGUNJUNG MENGENAI SERVICES CAPE THE HOUSE OF RAMINTEN YOGYAKARTA Sulartiningrum, Sri; Baiquni, Muhammad; Widodo, Sri
Kepariwisataan: Jurnal Ilmiah Vol. 9 No. 03 (2015): Kepariwisataan: Jurnal Ilmiah
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47256/kepariwisataan.v9i03.140

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Service cape has an important role in the progress of the company's relationships with customers and employees, products and services in design as one that gives a certain image so as to attract the impression or the initial reaction to give consumer expectations. This research uses descriptive method population is taken from The House Of Raminten, and the sample is 100 people. The sampling technique used is convenience non probabilities sampling. Data were analyzed using descriptive descriptive analysis. The results showed the highest ranking of the value of 87,8% in the uniform of the employee similar of the theme and the lowest ranking of the value of 23,9% in the parking lot. Keywords: Services cape, Ethnic Restaurant
DAYA SAING TEKNOLOGI DESTINASI PARIWISATA DKI JAKARTA BERDASARKAN PERSEPSI WISATAWAN Nurbaeti, Nurbaeti; Damanik, Janianton; Baiquni, Muhammad; Nopirin, Nopirin
Kepariwisataan: Jurnal Ilmiah Vol. 9 No. 03 (2015): Kepariwisataan: Jurnal Ilmiah
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Sekolah Tinggi Pariwisata Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.47256/kepariwisataan.v9i03.137

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This study aims to examine and analyze the use of technology in improving the competitiveness of the tourism destination based on tourists’ perception, and also to see the difference level of technology competitiveness. This research has been conducted specifically to analyse the technology competitiveness at the three main tourist destinations mentioned above based on the visitors’s perception, and why the perception could be different. This study is a survey research which explains social phenomena and causal relationship among the variables of socio-economic characteristics (group of origin, level of education, and and income level) towards the competitiveness of technology parameter in the three tourist destination through hypothesis testing. Information was collected from 300 respondents using the questionnaire, and for each tourist destination, for the-100 respondent, the unit analyzed are individuals (tourists). Sample are tourists to the three main destinations in Jakarta during May, August, and September 2014. The selected samples are those who have visited the three different tourist destination within the last three years whose age are 15 years or more. The collected data were then analyzed using Kruskall-Walls statistical test, i.e. nonparametric analysis instrument to see whether there are any difference between two conditions. Based on group of origin, level of education, and income level of the respondents, the results showed have no differences in perception to technology competitiveness of the three tourist destinations. Keywords: tourist destination, tourists’ perception, tourism destination competitiveness