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Dr. Wiwik Sushartami, M.A.
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Tourism Studies Program Faculty of Cultural Sciences Universitas Gadjah Mada Jalan Sosiohumaniora No 1, Yogyakarta, 55281
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INDONESIA
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies
ISSN : 26219522     EISSN : 26219948     DOI : 10.22146/gamajts
Core Subject : Humanities, Social,
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies is an Indonesian Tourism Journal published periodically by Tourism Studies Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences Universitas Gadjah Mada focusing specifically on the Indonesian tourism studies. The Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies seeks to advance the field by examining economic, social, cultural and environmental aspects of Indonesian tourism studies at a number of scales. The journal welcomes research reports, conceptual works, empirical studies, theoretical application and book reviews particularly where it supports the development of Indonesian tourism studies through enabling more critical approach of new ideas and concept. While the focus of the journal is related to tourism studies field, the journal also consider other scientific articles that examine tourism from other disciplines perspectives such as anthropology, archaelogy, economic, political science, biology, philosphy, psychology, etc. More specifically, the journal will consider articles with issue investigation related to community development, tourism typologies, ecotourism, rural tourism, hospitality and tourism industry, marketing studies, risk management, accreditation scheme and policy, environmental sustainability, protected areas, cultural studies, heritage studies management, interpretation, politics of tourism, poverty alleviation, gender studies, education and issue of justice and peace through tourism.
Articles 29 Documents
The Analysis of Ecotourism Principle on Methods of Waste Disposal to Minimize Negative Impacts in Baluran National Park Anisa Sekarningrum
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v3i2.72719

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Ecotourism has been identified as a potential source of tourism development, particularly in conservation areas such as national parks. Ecotourism principles should be implemented in order to achieve the goals of sustainable tourism. One of the ecotourism principles for minimizing the negative impacts of tourism activities is waste disposal methods. Baluran National Park is a conservation site with the primary goal of preserving its ecosystem while also being accessible to tourists. As one of the potential ecotourism sites, the purpose of this study was to use qualitative research to investigate the practices of implementing ecotourism principles on waste disposal methods in order to reduce the negative impact caused by tourism activity in Baluran National Park. The observation will concentrate on how the six waste disposal methods (Ceballos-Lascurain, 1996) are implemented in the main tourist areas of Baluran National Park, which are Batangan, Bekol, and Bama. The results show that four waste disposal methods, namely reducing waste with non-toxic materials, reusing materials on-site or off-site recycling, efficient recycling by sorting materials, and material control, have not been implemented in Baluran National Park. Meanwhile, composting or anaerobically digesting biodegradable wastes and purchasing materials from local people are two methods that have been applied, but not thoroughly.
Perubahan Penggunaan Lahan Di Kawasan Wisata Air Terjun Sri Gethuk, Kabupaten, Gunungkidul, DIY Hafidz Irshaddin
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v3i2.72723

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Since its inception in 2010, the Sri Gethuk Waterfall Tourism Area has seen a steady increase in the number of tourists who visit. Prior to 2015, the highest number of tourism visits recorded was 140.315. This increasing sum has compelled the tourism site’s management to build supporting facilities in this tourism site. As these tourism-supporting facilities have been built on an annual basis, they have gradually transformed a land that was previously a forest and rainfed rice land. The purpose of this study is to learn more about the transformation of land use on the Sri Gethuk tourism site. It makes use of chronological or time series imagery data to learn about land use in 1999, 2007, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2018. Additionally, the digitized data is analyzed with overlay techniques. The overlay analysis has obtained a new area as a result of the intersection from two changing of land use areas. This research discovers that there was a drastic change on two interval years, which were on 2011 until 2013 as the large change of the land reached 0,631664 Ha. Furthermore, the large change of the land on 2013 until 2015 reached 0,517924 Ha. Along the escalation of tourism visits, the supporting tourism facilities had been built on this tourism site on 2011 until 2015, for instance: parking lots, prayer room, stalls, toilet, pathway, hall, gazebo, and concreting the dock area.
Profil dan Opini Pengguna Aplikasi Wisata “Jogja Istimewa” Annisa Retnaningtyas
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v3i2.72720

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Currently, smartphone applications unquestionably aid human activities. Smartphone applications in the tourism industry can help to grow the industry. In this case, user feedback is crucial in the development of travel applications. This study discusses the user profiles and opinions of the “Jogja Istimewa” mobile application, with a focus on the app’s usability. This study employed a quantitative approach in the form of an online questionnaire. User profiles are classified into six categories: age, gender, hometown, education, occupation, and internet quota. Meanwhile, the usability theory employed in this study is divided into three components: effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction, all of which are measured using a Likert Scale. This study compares user opinions based on each profile category. The questionnaire distribution resulted in 50 users of the mobile application “Jogja Istimewa.” The findings revealed that respondents have a wide range of profiles in terms of age, gender, origin, education, profession, and internet usage. The majority of usability statements received high scores (on a scale of 3,41-4,20), while some other statements received medium scores (scale 2,61-3,40).
Study of Tourist Satisfaction to Experience Quality of Visit to Budapest, Hungary, as Cultural Heritage Destination Vicentius Bagas Adi Pratama
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v3i2.72718

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The goal of this research is to determine the level of satisfaction of tourists who visited Budapest as a cultural heritage tourism destination in terms of experience quality, which includes interaction quality, physical environment quality, access quality, and outcome quality. In this study, the holiday satisfaction (HOLSAT) model is used to examine tourist satisfaction levels by comparing the mean of expectation and experience from each attribute. In total, 131 on-line questioners’ responses from international tourists who visited Budapest between October 24 and November 17, 2019 were collected. The findings show that there are seven attributes indicating tourist satisfaction: staff knowledge, language competence, preservation, sign & information, ease of access, public transportation, and safety & security. Technology, traffic, and crowdedness are three indicators of tourist dissatisfaction. Furthermore, service, staff interaction, exhibition display, facilities, cleanliness, site accessibility, unpleasant behaviour of other visitors, and learning experience have a less significant difference between expectation and experience
Citra Objek Wisata Kampung Lawas Maspati, Kota Surabaya di Mata Wisatawan Nusantara Tiara Wardani
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v2i2.56857

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This study aimed to determine the image of Kampung Lawas Maspati as perceived by domestic tourists and how to improve the image. Kampung Lawas Maspati is known as a kampong tourist attraction in Surabaya that has the community’s local historical value and wisdom as its attraction. This research used quantitative and qualitative data. The data collected through questionnaires distributed to 92 respondents. Besides, interviews were employed with the organiser of tourist attraction and visitors. The result showed that Kampung Lawas Maspati has an excellent image as perceived by the domestic tourist, for the cognitive and affective component, also the overall image. Therefore, the efforts to improve the image by improving each component and creating innovation for tourist activity.
Perspektif Konsumen terhadap Pemasaran Paket MICE pada Departemen Pemasaran Hotel Aston Madiun Priscila Triviana Dewi
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v2i2.56856

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This study discusses the consumer perspective about the marketing activities of MICE packages organised by the Sales and Marketing Department at Aston Madiun Hotel and Conference Center. The component of organising marketing activities to be evaluated refers to the Marketing Mix model developed by Kotler (2014) knows as 4Ps (product, price, promotion, and place). In this study, researchers used quantitative and qualitative data. Data collection is done by distributing questionnaires to 112 respondents determined through purposive sampling, namely visitors who have purchased MICE packages at Aston Madiun Hotel and Conference Center. Data collection was also obtained from interviews with guests and the Sales and Marketing Department as organisers of hotel marketing activities, observation and literature. In order to formulate the overall evaluation steps, an analysis of the four sectors of hotel marketing activities was carried out in the form of analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation whose results will be described descriptively. The results showed that the overall marketing mix component received a positive response from guests who had purchased the MICE package at the Aston Madiun Hotel. Two questionnaire items obtain quite low scores, namely hotel items routinely offer and update the details of MICE packages directly to companies and hotels utilising all print media for marketing MICE package activities. The data obtained from the study will be used as study material to evaluate the marketing activities of the Marketing Department in marketing an Aston Madiun Hotel service product, in the form of accuracy of analysis, product development that is in line with the main potential of the hotel, implementation of targeted market segmentation and always evaluating every marketing process that has been passed.
Environmental Psychology Approach: Understanding Tourist’s Intention to Reducing Food Waste in Badung Regency, Bali, Indonesia Indah Andesta
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v2i2.56853

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Bali is one of the destinations with the highest tourist visiting in Indonesia. One concern is food waste produced by tourists during the holiday. Most of the food waste comes from consumers level. Thus, needed to understand what factors influence of tourist’s intention to reduce food waste during the holiday. This study aims to understand tourist behavioural intention of reducing food waste during the holiday. The conceptual model was built based on the new environmental paradigm scale and environmental psychology approach. There are six hypotheses designed through environmental attitude, feeling personal responsibility, knowledge and intention to reduce food waste during vocation. Correlation and multiple regression were chosen to analyse the data. Environmental attitude did not have a direct association of tourist’s intention to reduce food waste (p-value=.23). Meanwhile, feeling personal responsibility and knowledge to reduce food waste has a significant relationship with the outcome (p-value=.001). In the environmental attitude, both local and foreign tourists are not profoundly correlated with the understanding of tourist’s intention to reduce food waste during the holiday. Overall, the study concludes that tourists can figure out the intention of reducing food waste, even though they do not concern about general environmental attitude.
Environmental Impacts Management of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival Anindya Kenyo Larasti
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v2i2.56851

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The sustainability of music festivals is an urgent issue that must be discussed. Without careful consideration of environmental impacts, the short-term economic gain becomes a long-term fiasco. Coachella, the second-largest music festival in the US and the highest-grossing festival in the world, is possible to harm the environment. It provides pressure by bringing a hundred thousands of people at the same time and place. If the festival damages the environment, it will be costly and taking a long time to preserve the ecosystem. Therefore, it is crucial to assess the management of environmental impacts to recognise how a music festival could increase its environmental sustainability. The analysis ascertained qualitatively by using an approach of energy usage, waste generated, and transport emission produced (Fredline et al., 2005).The result shows that much work has been done by Coachella organisers to reduce the environmental impact of the music festival they organised. First, the energy used in Coachella does not have too much impact on the environment because Coachella has applied sustainable energy framework. Next, in term of waste management, Coachella has been trying to minimise waste generated during the event by organising a massive waste sorting program. It can be said that the program has been quite successful at managing waste. Last, emissions produced from transport have the worst impact on the environment because it directly contributes to climate change. Furthermore, the organisers cannot control the number of vehicles used by attendees because this subject is at the preference of each attendee, and the organiser cannot fully control it. 
Dinamika Keterlibatan Masyarakat dalam Pengembangan Fasilitas di Objek Wisata Pantai Cemara Sew Fitria Nurmalita Sari
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/gamajts.v2i1.56849

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This study aims at describing the involvement of the local community in developing facilities in Cemara Sewu Beach. Based on observations and interviews, it was found that the local community of Grogol VII were actively involved in providing facilities by contributing ideas, energy, and even materials such as money. Through the provision of these facilities, the community can obtain economic benefits, such as new jobs and business opportunities that can give them additional income.
A Critical Perspective of the Unique Selling Point for Sustainable Tourism Development: Pentingsari Tourism Villag Raden Rucitarahma Ristiawan
Gadjah Mada Journal of Tourism Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2019)
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The proliferation of community-based tourism village development in Indonesia context promises an ideal model of alternative tourism that puts its main central concern in empowering community. This model could also escalate the community participation and emancipation in their development process through enabling tourism activities surround their area. However, the raising numbers of community-based tourism villages that mostly appear with similar product characteristic and unique selling point, for example in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, has also encouraged challenges in terms of product competition and development. This study aims at identifying the potentials and challenges of the Unique Selling Point of Pentingsari Tourism Village through enabling sustainable tourism product development and marketing lens. Through employing a qualitative case study approach, the data gathered mostly through observation and interview with local community tourism organization members. The findings show that to some extent, sustainable tourism village development paradigm can also encourage the unsustainable practices of tourism development if the paradigm is only be applied partially in a tourism village site.

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