PRAKTEK PENGEMBANGAN PARIWISATA HALAL MASYARAKAT DESA SENGGIGI KECAMATAN BATULAYAR KABUPATEN LOMBOK BARAT PROVINSI NUSA TENGGARA BARAT

FIKLIANA, WIDIASTUTI (2018) PRAKTEK PENGEMBANGAN PARIWISATA HALAL MASYARAKAT DESA SENGGIGI KECAMATAN BATULAYAR KABUPATEN LOMBOK BARAT PROVINSI NUSA TENGGARA BARAT. Masters thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Widiastuti Fikliana, 2017. Halal Tourism Development Practice in Senggigi Village Community Batulayar District West Lombok Regency West Nusa Tenggara Province. THESIS. Advisors I. Dr. Argyo Demartoto, M.Si, Advisors II. Dr. Bagus Haryono, M.Si. Sociology Study Program of Postgraduate Program of Sebelas Maret University. Abstract : Halal tourism is tourism that caters to the holidays, by adjusting the style of holiday according to the necessary and demands of the Muslim treveler. This study aims to describe the practice of developing halal tourism of senggigi village community through Pierre Bourdieu’s social practice theory. This research was conducted by using descriptive qualitative research method. Determination of informant in this research is done by purposive sampling strategy. The data in this study are classified into two types of data there are primary and secondary data. For data validation is used triangulation data technique.The data are then analyzed by interactive model data analysis. This research was conducted on the people of Senggigi Village, Batulayar District, West Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara Province. The results showed that the people of Senggigi village have positive habitus that can be collaborated with the existing capital in the community so as to produce social practices of halal tourism development of Senggigi.The community habitats consist of knowledge, the form of knowledge gained by the community from formal education, the skills of training provided by the government, as well as knowledge about the value of Islamic principles held by the community, but also the community has positive habits such as greeting friendly neighbors, friends and relatives that this habitus can be packed into a tourism friendly local community. Respect and mutual respect, still the belief in the blessing of the “Makam” is a positive habitus capable of growing capital - capital beyond the material capital.The capital owned by the community of Senggigi, in the form of economic capital such as their possessions, social capital in the form of social groups formed as solidarity bonds, and business networks in the form of Kotasi, Karang Taruna, Pokdarwis and so forth, the existence of social capital in the form of reciprocity that grows from the activity Begawe, there are also cultural capital in the form of “Base alus Sasak”, traditional culinary recipes, Culture about pray in Makam Batulayar and traditional dance and art presented in the festival Senggigi. In addition, the community also has symbolic capital seen from the ownership of property, education and age.Furthermore, the positive community habitus multiplied by the capital then played in the field of halal tourism that is Senggigi Village can then grow some social practices as an effort that can be assessed as the process of development of halal tourism such as: Practice supervise the behavior of tourists, Practice Hospitality community, Action society provides food or halal food , Community behavior when talking to other people or tourists with polite language and using clothing closing aurat / polite, and Activities pray in Makam Batulayar, Ngurisang, Begibung, Nyongkolan and other custom traditions which this activity can reflect the cultural tourism Society Senggigi. Keywords: Social Practice, Capital, Field, Habitus, Halal Tourism

    Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
    Divisions: Pascasarjana > Magister
    Pascasarjana > Magister > Sosiologi - S2
    Depositing User: Aren Dwipa
    Date Deposited: 16 Mar 2018 15:20
    Last Modified: 16 Mar 2018 15:20
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/39914

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