I Wayan Ardika
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THE ROLE PLAYED BY THE STAKEHOLDERS IN THE INDUSTRIALIZATION OF THE ART OF CRAFT AT TEGALLALANG, GIANYAR, BALI Sila, I Nyoman; Ardika, I Wayan; Atmadja, Nengah Bawa; Dhana, I Nyoman
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Volume 10, Number 1, February 2017
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The industrialization of the art of craft at Tegallalang, Gianyar, Bali results from the technological, economic and cultural development and leads to the production of different types of products of the art of craft. The industrialization of the art of craft cannot be separated from the role played by the stakeholders in order to obtain benefit. The problems of the study are as follows (a) what stakeholders play roles in the industrialization of the art of craft at Tegallalang, Gianyar, Bali? (2) How the stakeholders play their roles in the industrialization of the art of craft at Tegallalang, Gianyar, Bali? This present study is a qualitative one in which the critical theory of social practice proposed by Bourdieu and the ethnographic approach are used.             The result of the study shows that the stakeholders playing roles in the industrialization of the art of craft at Tegallalang, Gianyar, Bali include the parents, the traditional village, the administrative village, the local government, the provincial government, craftsmen, the raw material supplier, the formal and informal financial institution, and foreign consumers. The stakeholders play their roles using different capitals such as the cultural capital, social capital, and economical capital. Those who have big capitals will dominate those who have fewer capitals and organize what products should be produced.
RELIGIOSITY IN ART INSPIRED BY SAMUAN TIGA AND TEJAKULA, BALI: UNITY IN DIVERSITY Butler, Diane Carol; Ardika, I Wayan; Sedyawati, Edi; Parimartha, I Gde
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 5, No. 2 Juli 2011
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At the dawn of this third millennium, growing numbers of forums worldwide are focused on the issue of how to sustain the diversity of the nature and of cultures for the well-being of the Earth and humanity. Concurrently, intercultural and interreligious dialogue is deemed essential for social cohesion. This dissertation advances the contributions of religiosity in art through a qualitative reflective account and chronicle of the art and dialogues offered by people of diverse cultures and faiths from 1999 to 2004 during Sharing Art & Religiosity in the vicinity of Pura Samuan Tiga in Bedulu, Bali and Sharing Art Ocean? Mountain at  the  seacoast village of Tejakula, North  Bali;  seen in  tandem  with creative transformations that occurred through Sharing Art in and with other cultural environments of the world. Methodologically this study stemmed from and demonstrates the merits of public participatory   practice-based   art   programs   whereby   activities   are   conceived   by   and implemented with the people of a locale. Participants generated the data and interpretations via mutual cooperation, dialogue, and creative praxis. The Balinese principle of Tri Hita Karana, that aims toward a harmonious human-nature-God/Source of Life relationship in accord with the place-time-conditions, provided a holistic perspective to analyze and derive meaning from the results. Findings indicate sharing in the arts, religiosity, and nature fosters a common field such that traditional and modern cultures can study and engage in creative dialogue together. Moreover, interreligious innovations that have continued to develop since the seminal deliberation  of  reconciliation  between  Bali  Aga,  Çiwaist,  and  Buddhist  faith  groups  at Samuan Tiga circa CE 989 to 1011 and intercultural egalitarian innovations since the seventeenth century dialogue of indigenous and migrant mountain and maritime cultures in Tejakula ? constitute a model for furthering bhinneka tunggal ika unity in diversity in the world today. Recommendations outline how the findings can be used for cooperative exchanges between villages and between villages and cities of diverse regions and countries to support interculture in cultural environments. Appendices provide two video compact discs; seventy- nine  reflective  essays  by artists,  religious/spiritual leaders,  scholars,  and  educators  from across the world; and nine transcriptions of initial public dialogues.
TINGGALAN TRADISI MEGALITIK DI DESA KERAMAS, KECAMATAN BLAHBATUH, KABUPATEN GIANYAR Wisnu Saputra, Kadek; Ardika, I Wayan; ., Zuraidah
Humanis Volume 16. No. 1. Juli 2016
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Bali is one island in Indonesia that holds a lot of evidence remains megalitik.Salah tradition of the evidence of the megalithic tradition in Bali is found in the village of Keramas, Blahbatuh, Gianyar. The objects are mostly stored in the form of several temples except the remains of a sarcophagus that is now stored in the Institute for Preservation of Cultural Heritage (BPCB) Bali, NTB, NTT. The first researct ini Keramas village was did by the survey team of the Archeological Research center and National Heritage Jakarta on 25 March 1976 led by Ismanto Kosasih, SA. The team initially examined the sarcophagus was found by villagers shampooing when making foundation Keramas village hall in 1975.research has the objective to determine the type, function and meaning of the remains of the megalithic tradition in the village of Keramas, Blahbatuh, Gianyar. The theory used in this research is the theory of structural functionalism and theory of semiotics. The method used in this study, the data collection phase is done by observation, interview and literature study, then the second stage of data processing by analyzing data using morphological analysis techniques, stylistic analysis and comparative analysis. From the analysis it can be concluded that the remains of the megalithic tradition in Keramas village is divided into several types, including simple statues, animal statues, statues patterned megalithic stone mortar, sarcophagus and menhirs. Function remains of the megalithic tradition in the village of Keramas as media homage to the ancestors is shown in statues simple Besakih, the statue of Lord-goddess in the temple Sekah, statues patterned megalithic in Pura Pasek Ngukuhin and sarcophagus found in the village of Keramas but the sarcophagus is profane or no longer functioned. Megalithic remains at Keramas village which has a function as a symbol of fertility, among others, stone mortars in Sedaan Purwa, Arca animals Bawi Siati and menhirs in Besakih is a symbol of fertility and media worship of the Goddess of Earth and Gods Wisnu.Tinggalan megalithic tradition in the village of Keramas has meaning fertility and religious significance.  
THE CHANGE IN PERCEPTION OF SUBMITTING CHILDREN TO CHILD WELFARE INSTITUTIONS IN DENPASAR CITY IN THE PERIOD 2006-2014 Westerlaken, Rodney; Ardika, I Wayan; Ardhana, I Ketut; Darma Putra, I Nyoman
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Volume 12, Number 2, May 2019
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Terroristic events, like the Bali bombings in 2002 and 2005, have major effects on a society. Prior research towards those effects have focused on the financial, economic and social economic effects, however this study focuses on the social cultural effect in the aftermath of the terroristic effects. The changed social cultural perception of submitting children to a Child Welfare Institution in the period 2006 to 2014 in Denpasar city, Bali. Sub questions to this problem statement what the reasons are that children are living in Child Welfare Institutions in Denpasar city recently and whether it is possible to connect social cultural perceptions of submitting children to Child Welfare Institutions in Denpasar city to coping mechanisms of the society after the terroristic attacks in 2002 and 2005. This research has used a quantitative approach, interviewing 50 children and 23 parents / familial caretakers. The outcomes have been analysed with help of the computer assisted qualitative data analysis software NVIVO. Research indicates that the trend of submitting children to Child Welfare Institutions, as a coping mechanism, in the first years after the second Bali bombing instigated a change in the social cultural system on Bali. The Balinese kinship system partly fell apart as a result of the Bali bombings, the keluarga besar is less considered to be asked for help and submitting a child to a Child Welfare Institution became an easy solution that currently continues to exist. It is concluded that the ethos, the moral formation as described by Foucault, is victimized by the failing system of aletheia and politeia, but that also ethos itself is victimized by contemporary forms of normalization.                       Keywords:       social cultural change, terroristic attack, coping mechanism, Child Welfare Institutions.
IDENTITY REPRODUCTION AND IMAGE OF MAHAGOTRA PASEK SANAK SAPTA RSI TOWARD HINDU COMMUNITY IN MATARAM CITY, WEST NUSA TENGGARA Ardhi Wirawan, I Wayan; Ardika, I Wayan; Suastika, I Made; Mariyah, Emiliana
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 4, No. 1 Januari 2010
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Identity reproduction and image which actualized by soroh (clan) of Pasekorganized in paguyuban (group) of Mahagotra Pasek Sanak Sapta Rsi (MPSSR)toward Hindu community in Mataram City, West Nusa Tenggara has closelyrelation with social religious movement which has the effort to restructurepermanent Hindu practices. This movement has the effort to represent theirancestor practice contemporarily in term of social religious space in whichmonolithic one it is accumulated to restructure the priest symbols. Thisphenomenon is indicated by the struggle in appointing pandita mpu as priestsymbol from MPSSR. Bhisama (spiritual message) deriving from their ancestorsoroh Pasek is based on operational basis of social religious movement actualizedby MPSSR which is explicitly narrated that the ancestor of soroh Pasek hasprevilese to be religious priests. Bhisama also says that the generation of sorohPasek can unite their family binding in term of indigenous relations. Thisphenomenon implies reunification among soroh Pasek for disposition torestructure permanent sidhikara system since the history of Hindu community inMataram city.This social religious of MPSSR is legitimated through the image for theeffort to establish positive image to be distributed toward Hindu community inMataram city. The image creation is conducted by applying investment strategy ofany capitals such a economy, culture, social and symbolic one in accordance withcapital concept proposed by Pierre Bourdieu to explain power relations. Identityreproduction and image of MPSSR toward Hindu community in Mataram citythough the appointment of pandita mpu and reunification of indigenous basiswhere it is closely related with the struggle in reaching symbolic power in Hindupractices.
EXPLOITATION AND PROTECTION OF TURTLES AT SERANGAN AND TANJUNG BENOA VILLAGES SOUTH BALI IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF CULTURAL STUDIES Sudiana, I Gusti Ngurah; Ardika, I Wayan; Parimartha, I Gde; Titib, I Made
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 3, No. 2 Juli 2009
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The people at Serangan and Tanjung Benoa Villages have a habit to kill turtles for sale,consumption, custom and religion. They were all restless when their habit was hegomonized bythe government by applying the Act concerning scarce animal conservation. The people urgedthat they be provided with freedom in killing turtles, but the government still intends to stopkilling turtles at the two villages. The two different interests have resulted in a controversy overthe exploitation of turtles making the Bali community as a whole called the killers of turtles.The title of this study is the Exploitation and Protection of Turtles at Serangan andTanjung Benoa Villages, South Bali: in the Perspective of Cultural Studies. The subjectsdiscussed are how the exploitation and protection of turtles implemented, what factorsmotivating their exploitation and protection, what meaningfulness is made to appear by theirexploitation and protection.Qualitative method was used. The data needed were collected by interview,observation, documentation of the secondary data. The data were descriptively and qualitativelyanalyzed using the theory of discourse, the theory of deconstruction, the theory of hegemony andthe perspective of cultural studies.The research findings show that before the Acts Number 7 and 8 of 1999 concerningconservation of scarce animals, exploitation of turtles was part of the people?s life in South Bali.However, after 2005, such constitution has changed from being done in an extractive way tobeing done in a non-extractive way. Meaningfulness to turtles has also changed, from beingexploited to being conserved. Such a conservation has been done by releasing tukiks ( turtles?babies) to the sea. Since 2005, a change has also taken place with regard to the turtles killed forreligious and traditional ceremonies. Formerly, many big turtles were used for religious andtraditional ceremonies, but now only a few and small ones are used. If none is found, ducks areused to replace the turtles.
TRANSFORMATION OF MODERN AGRICULTURE INTO ORGANIC AGRICULTURE AT SUBAK WANGAYA BETAN, PENEBEL DISTRICT, TABANAN REGENCY, BALI PROVINCE Dewi Yuliana, Euis; Ardika, I Wayan; Semadi Astra, I Gde; Antara, I Made
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 5, No. 1 Januari 2011
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This dissertation discusses the transformation of modern agriculture into organicagriculture at Subak Wangaya Betan, Penebel District, Tabanan Regency, Bali Province.This study is conducted in the perspective of Cultural Studies and the problem is that thedark side of modern agriculture is getting visible. The chemical substances used inagriculture have turned out to result in many problems such as the damage of landquality, the continuous decrease in plant productivity and environment, themarginalization of farmers. Therefore, many farmers have been aware and havetransformed into ecologically organic agriculture as what has taken place at SubakWangaya Betan. The farmers have transformed from modern agriculture into organicagriculture. However, the process of the transformation has left many problems;therefore, a deep study is necessarily conducted to answer various existing questions.The problems in this study are formulated in three basic questions such asfollows. First, how has the process of the transformation from modern agriculture intoorganic agriculture taken place at Subak Wangaya Betan? Second, why has thetransformation from modern agriculture into organic agriculture taken place? Third, whatare the implications and meanings of the transformation from modern agriculture intoorganic agriculture at Subak Wangaya Betan? In general, this study aims at identifyingand comprehending more clearly the transformation from modern agriculture into organicagriculture taking place at Betan Wangaya Subak.This research was conducted using qualitative method with multidisciplinaryapproach in accordance with the paradigm of cultural studies. In the first stage, primaryand secondary data were collected. In the second stage, theories were selected foranalyzing the data. Several critical theories such as the theory of Discourse of Power andKnowledge, the theory of Hegemony and the theory of Deconstruction, which are eclecticin nature, were decided to select for analyzing the data. In this third stage, the selecteddata were analyzed and interpreted. In the fourth stage, the results were constructed andreported.Based on the analysis conducted, three findings could be reported. First,agricultural transformation has taken place at Subak Wangaya Betan, from agrochemicalbasedmodern agriculture in which inorganic, chemical pesticide and hybrid varieties areused into organic agriculture in which no chemical substances are used. The agriculturaltransformation has not been suddenly conducted; it has been a planned process, has beenconducted through a highly systematic mechanism with many stages and has consumed alot of time and needed in-depth studies. Second, many factors have led to the agriculturaltransformation taking place at Subak Wangaya Betan. They are external factors such aspolitical, economic, social, cultural and ecological aspects and internal factors such as thenegative side of green revolution implementation, natural resources, cooperative farmers,and adherent farmers. They are all equally strong and synergize in encouraging andaccelerating the agricultural transformation. Third, it turns out that the agriculturaltransformation taking place at Subak Wangaya Betan has several implications andmeanings. The implications are that the ideology adhered to by the farmers has changed,the establishment of new institutions, an increase in the farmers? income, improved ricefield ecosystem and environment. The meanings of organic agriculture are spiritualmeaning, empowerment meaning and welfare meaning.
CULTURAL CAPITAL AS TOURISM DEVELOPMENT BASIS IN TRADITIONAL VILLAGE OF KUTA Sumadi, Ketut; Ardika, I Wayan; Kutha Ratna, I Nyoman; Mariyah, Emiliana
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 4, No. 2 Juli 2010
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Tourism is a favourite sector in improving Bali revenue and kind of tourismdeveloped is cultural one. In cultural tourism, it takes place meaning modification ofcultural practice by krama (member) of traditional village) in order to cultural capitalcan survive in the middle of tourism dynamic condition. This research entitled?Cultural capital as tourism development basis in traditional village of Kuta?, byproposing three problems, namely how is the process of cultural capital as tourismdevelopment basis, what factors can motivate tourism capital as tourism developmentbasis, and what is the meaning of cultural capital as tourism development basis.The research is conducted using qualitative method and cultural studiesapproach, so data analysis is conducted in descriptive qualitative and interpretativeones. Selection of traditional village of Kuta as research location based onconsideration that traditional village of Kuta having integrated tourism facilities forfacilities addressed to member of traditional village. The review about culturalcapital as the tourism development basis in this traditional village of Kuta, eclecticstheories consisting of Hegemonic theory of Gramsci, co-modification theory of KarlMarx and Adorno, discourse-power/knowledge and truth theory of Foucoult anddeconstruction theory of Derrida.Based on the research output, it can be known: (1) Cultural capital process astourism development basis in traditional village of Kuta is inseparable fromforeigners arrival in traditional village of Kuta, the entrance of Military (TheCooperative Center of Arm Force) in managing Kuta beach and the occurrence ofBali bombing tragedy on October 12th, 2002; (2) The factors that motivate culturalcapital as the tourism development basis in traditional village of Kuta, such asmotivation and the necessity of tourists visiting traditional village of Kuta, tourismhegemony, changing of life philosophy of member of traditional village fromidealism into pragmatism one and the image as global village; (3) Cultural village astourism development basis in traditional village of Kuta has innovation, religious,preservation of cultural, political identity and prosperity meanings.Behind the success of cultural capital as tourism development basis, itimproves live prosperity, and also it causes negative effect such as there is krama(member) of traditional village for losing their cultural capital. They aremarginalized in economic field as they have no cultural capital in term of knowledgeand skill in tourism area and it is said to be ?kidang nyirig pangkung?; they cannot utilize the opportunity of tourism market well. As consequence in traditional villageof Kuta, there are still poor families and they have no suitable housing.
TOURISM AS REFLECTED IN TRAVELLING WOMEN: A COMPARATIVE CULTURAL STUDY ON THE NOVELS OF DAISY MILLER, A PASSAGE TO INDIA, AND PADA SEBUAH KAPAL Hartiningsih, Sri; Ardika, I Wayan; Kutha Ratna, I Nyoman; Paramartha, I Gde
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 3, No. 2 Juli 2009
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Travelling has occurred since a long time ago. Travelling is not only done by men butalso by women. In relation to travelling, travelling done by women is examined, especially thelandlady?s environment, as there is a relationship between the host and the guest. The researchproblems are (1) how is reflection of tourism in the travelling women portrayed on the novels ofDaisy Miller, A Passage to India, and Pada Sebuah Kapal?. (2) How are motivating andattracting factors related to tourism as reflected in the travelling women articulated on the novelsof Daisy Miller, A Passage to India, and Pada Sebuah Kapal?. (3) How do cultural barriersoccur in tourism as reflected in the travelling women on Daisy Miller, a Passage to India, andPada Sebuah Kapal novel? In general, this research is to find out the comparison of travellingdone by women. Specifically, it is to discover the reflection of tourism, how the motivating andattracting factors and cultural barriers occur in tourism as reflected in the travelling done bywomen.This research is conducted on three novels, Daisy Miller written by Henry James, APassage To India by E.M. Forster, and Pada Sebuah Kapal by NH. Dini called comparativeliterature showing the continents of America, Europe and Asia. Discussing the three continents,this research is called global literature. Hermeneutic method was used to interpret the content ofthose three novels by employing deconstruction, postcolonial and feminism theories. The maindata were taken from those novels and the location of the research was both at private librariesand state libraries or institutions and websites. To support the main data, secondary data werealso needed, which in this case, were obtained by interviewing the women who have travelledabroad. Then the results were formally and informally presented.The findings show that the reflection of tourism in travelling done by women is representedby family companion, and that the means of transportation to their destinations are indigenousmeans of transportation and that the tourist objects visited are art metamorphosis, travel hyperreality,sacred places and natural and human recreational places. The factors motive ting thewomen to travel are inter personal, cultural, status and prestige. The things making theminterested in travelling are: the Castle of Chillon in Switzerland and the regions?s history, theevening party in Italy as a tradition to welcome new people, the architectures of Caesars?Palaces, the Coliseum and Chandrapore club as a tradition to welcome new people, the bridge party to know the language spoken and dress worn ? traditional costumes of India, Koyasan asBuddhist religion and Paris as the centre of dress model. Cultural barriers refer to differentetiquettes, ideologies and moral values resulting in different ways of travelling and theirsolutions.Knowing the culture of the destination that is going to be visited is really needed, at least inorder not to know nothing at all about such a destination; furthermore, it reduces culturalbarriers. That is why cross cultural understanding is really necessarily given not only to thedoers of tourism but also to all institutions in order to reduce misunderstanding and increaseappreciation towards each other.
POLITICAL COERCION IN THE REFORMATION ERA IN BULELENG REGENCY IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF CULTURAL STUDIES Made Suputra, Pande; Bawa Atmadja, I Nengah; Parimartha, I Gede; Ardika, I Wayan
E-Journal of Cultural Studies Vol. 5, No. 2 Juli 2011
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During the reformation era much political coercion took place in Buleleng Regency, Bali.Such political coercion occured repeatedly in the general election referred to as Pemiluconducted in 1999 and 2004, and in the election conducted to directly vote for district headsreferred to as Pilkada in 2007. It is interesting to investigate this phenomenon. The problems inthis study are formulated as follows: (1) what factors causing political coercion to take place inthe general election and in the election conducted to directly vote for district heads; (2) how ittook place; and 3) what ideology leading to it and what implications it had on the socio-cultureof the people living in Buleleng Regency?The practical theory, the theory of coercion and the theory of ideology were eclecticallyadopted to establish and analyze concepts. Qualitative method is employed and the data neededwere collected by observation, in-depth interview, and documentation study.The results of the study show: first, the factors causing political coercion to take placevaried; second, six cases of political coercion in Buleleng Regency did not take place suddenly,but through processes and were related to the cultural coercion inherent within local individualsand groups; third, they took place through semiologic deconstruction related to themeaningfulness provided by the common people and political elites to the ?pemilu and pilkada?.Thus, the ideologies responsible for political coercion were paternalism, binary opposition ,pragmatism and ?premanisme? (the broker of coercion) ; fourth, the implications the cases ofpolitical coercion had on the people in Buleleng Regency were: the pattern of kinship becamebroken, the culture of physical coercion shifted to the culture of symbolic and economiccoercion; a new consensus was established.The conclusions withdrawn in this study show that the characteristics of the politicalcoercion taking place in Buleleng Regency during the reformation era were related to the localcultural values and the pragmatic global cultural values. Such characteristics had wideimplications on the existence of national political cultural system.
Co-Authors A.A. Bagus Wirawan A.A. Raka Sita Laksmi, A.A. Raka Sita Anak Agung Gede Oka Wisnumurti Aron Meko Mbete Artayani, Ida Ayu Gede Astawa, Nengah Dasi Ayu Vidya Trisna Prilyandani, Ni Nyoman Budhiasa, Gede Sujana Coleta Palupi Titasari, Coleta Dewi, I Gusti Ayu Melistyari Diane Carol Butler Edi Sedyawati Emiliana Mariyah Euis Dewi Yuliana I Dewa Ayu Sri Suasmini, I Dewa Ayu I Gde Paramartha I Gde Parimartha I Gde Semadi Astra I Gede Mudana I Gede Parimartha I Gusti Ngurah Sudiana I Ketut Ardhana, I Ketut I Ketut Setiawan I Ketut Suda I Made Antara I Made Pasek Diantha I Made Suastika I MADE SURADNYA I Made Titib I Nengah Bawa Atmadja I Nengah Bawa Atmaja I Nyoman Arthanegara I Nyoman Darma Putra I Nyoman Dhana, I Nyoman I Nyoman Kutha Ratna I Nyoman Madiun I Nyoman Sila I Nyoman Sirtha I Nyoman Suarka I Nyoman Sunarta I Wayan Ardhi Wirawan I Wayan Putra Aditya, I Wayan I Wayan Restu Suarmana, I Wayan Restu I Wayan Srijaya, I Wayan I Wayan Suteja I Wayan Suwena Ida Bagus Kade Subhiksu, Ida Bagus Kade Ketut Sumadi La Ode Ali Basri Made Heny Urmila Dewi, Made Heny Nengah Bawa Atmadja Nengah Bawa Atmaja Ni Luh Nyoman Kebayantini Ni Made Ary Widiastini NI MADE WIASTI Nyoman Darma Putra, Nyoman Nyoman Putri Aras Kembang NYOMAN SUTAWAN Pande Made Suputra Pujaastawa, Ida Bagus Gde Pujaastawa, Ida Bagus Gde Putu Sukardja Rochtri Agung Bawono, Rochtri Agung Sanjaya, I Wayan Kiki Sri Hartiningsih Sulistyawati Sulistyawati Westerlaken, Rodney Wiguna, IGN Tara Wisnu Saputra, Kadek Zuraidah ., Zuraidah