Paper ID: 36
INSTITUTIONAL STRENGTHENING MODEL SAMIRAN BOYOLALI TOURISM VILLAGE (DEWI SAMBI) CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA
Risky Ayu Andriani1, Agung Wibowo2* and Joko Winarno3
123 Departement of Agricultural Extension and Communication, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta, Indonesia
The development of tourism villages is an important issue in contributing income of developing countries like in Indonesia. One of the tourist villages that participated in Boyolali Regency is Samiran Boyolali Tourism Village (Dewi Sambi). Rural participants is the main point of sustainability Dewi Sambi, that focused to empower Samiran’s villagers. The method used in this research is qualitative which leads to the constructivist paradigm. This research uses a case study that investigates institutions in line with the development of a tourism village. This research to identify a partnership model of Dewi Sambi and develop an institutional strengthening model Dewi Sambi as a village tour. This research took place in the Samiran village. Data obtained directly from relevant informants, they are the Samiran’s village head, village head of tourism, local leaders, and members of the tourism village. The object researched about natural and human resources, history, and regional potential. The results of this study indicate the research conducted by Dewi Sambi has 4 interaction patterns: Government interaction with Dewi Sambi, Ministry interaction with Dewi Sambi, manager interaction with Dewi Sambi, and members with Dewi Sambi. The institutional strengthening model for the sustainability of Dewi Sambi as village tourism is a synergy of strengths internally (managers and members) and externally (bureaucracy) Dewi Sambi.