Rara Sugiarti
Fakultas Sastra & Seni Rupa, PUSPARI, Universitas Sebelas Maret Jl. Ir. Sutami, Kentingan, Surakarta – Jawa Tengah 57126

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APLIKASI UTILITAS RANDOM DALAM PENGHITUNGAN NILAI EKONOMI TERHADAP PERUBAHAN KUALITAS PARIWISATA DI OBYEK WISATA BUKIT CINTA KABUPATEN SEMARANG Subanti, Sri; Sugiarti, Rara; Widiyastuti, Endang; Hakim, Arif Rahman
Prosiding Seminar Nasional Sains Dan Teknologi Fakultas Teknik Vol 1, No 1 (2013): PROSIDING SEMINAR NASIONAL SAINS DAN TEKNOLOGI 4 2013
Publisher : Prosiding Seminar Nasional Sains Dan Teknologi Fakultas Teknik

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Penelitian ini  bertujuan untuk mengetahui keuntungan (kerugian) ekonomis yang  diterima pelaku kegiatan pariwisata jika kondisi atau kualitas pariwisata di Bukit Cinta menjadi membaik (memburuk). Perubahan kondisi atau kualitas pariwisata dilihat atribut biaya perjalanan, lingkungan alami, pementasan budaya jawa, dan pasar tradisional. Metode yang digunakan untuk mengukur  perubahan keuntungan ekonomis yang diterima atau kerugian ekonomis yang harus ditanggung oleh  pelaku kegiatan pariwisata di  Bukit Cinta  dengan pendekatan model utilitas random.  Studi menemukan bahwa faktor biaya perjalanan, lingkungan alami, dan pasar tradisional berpengaruh signifikan terhadap preferensi responden dalam memilih perubahan kondisi pariwisata. Nilai kompensasi yang diterima pengunjung sebagai akibat perubahan kondisi membaik sebesar 736,49 juta sedangkan perubahan kondisi memburuk sebesar 397,41 juta. Rekomendasi penelitian ini adalah pemerintah daerah perlu memperhatikan faktor lingkungan alami dan pasar tradisional dalam merumuskan pengembangan pariwisata di Bukit Cinta kedepan.  Kata kunci: bukit cinta, kualitas pariwisata, nilai ekonomi, utilitas random
MOUNTAIN ECOTOURISM SPATIAL PLANNING TOWARDS GREEN MANAGEMENT: THE CASE OF MOUNT LAWU REGION OF INDONESIA Sugiarti, Rara; Sunarto, Sunarto
Geoplanning: Journal of Geomatics and Planning Vol 4, No 2 (2017): (October 2017)
Publisher : Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/geoplanning.0.0.%p

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Mount Lawu region has abundant resources consisting of diverse flora and fauna which have the potentials to be developed as ecotourism attractions. It has also cultural sites containing local wisdom. As the area is a fragile ecosystem, it needs appropriate planning for green management and development. This research aims at exploring the planning processes for managing and developing ecotourism in the region. Interactive analysis and spatial analysis were employed as analytical lenses. Research findings reveal that ecotourism management and development in Mount Lawu region has not applied spatial planning. Even though ecotourism has developed in the region for several years, the importance of spaces has not been taken into account by stakeholders. Various characteristics of spaces require spatial planning to manage ecotourism activities in the region. This study highlights the significance of spatial planning to manage and develop sustainable mountain ecotourism in Mount Lawu region by mapping out the resources to support planning and decision making. It is in line with several models proposed by some researchers which suggest the importance of analyzing the available spaces for sustainable ecotourism management and development
MENGAPA UKM GARMEN DI KABUPATEN KLATEN MAMPU BERTAHAN DI TENGAH PERSAINGAN PASAR BEBAS? Haryono, Tulus; Khoiriyah, Siti; Handayani, Rum; Sugiarti, Rara
EKUITAS (Jurnal Ekonomi dan Keuangan) Vol 1, No 4 (2017)
Publisher : Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Indonesia (STIESIA) Surabaya(STIESIA) Surabaya

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This study aims to investigate the determinants of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) can be survive in this free trade era. Using purposive sampling, 100 small medium enterprises are involved as respondent. Descriptive statistic analysis is employed to analyze the research problem. The results indicate that 7P’s have significant effect as a SME’s strategy. The 7P’s strategies represents product, price, place, promotion, people, process, and philosophy. Meanwhile, policy and partner has no significant effect. The results of this study hold important implications for both practitioners and academics. The empirical findings from this study are expected to benefit the continued development of the garment market in Klaten. Possible implications of these results for firms’ marketing strategies and directions for future research are also discussed.
Strengthening the Role of Local Institutions in Protecting the Environment of ??Mount Lawu Areas for Tourism Purposes Sari, Suzanna Ratih; Sutirto, Tunjung Wahadi; Sugiarti, Rara
KOMUNITAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Vol 9, No 2 (2017): Komunitas, September 2017
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v9i1.8860

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Strengthening the role of local institutions in protecting the environment of Mount Lawu areas is become an important thing that has to do by local government together with local people, especially to increase the value of local resources for tourism purposes. This suitable to encourage young generation to protect and manage their environment so that the function of the environment can be sustained and promoted to tourists. Presently, many local people are not aware of their enviroment. Many activities tend to destruct and exploit the environment. If such condition is being allowed, then, tourists and young generation will not have a chance to enjoy and experiance the beauty of the environment. Based on the above statement, this study is done to explore in detail how local people in Mt. Lawu through their local organization tried to protect their very useful and worthfull environment and promote it as tourism assets.
DISPARITAS GENDER DALAM PEMBANGUNAN PARIWISATA RAMAH LINGKUNGAN (Gender Disparities in Ecologically Friendly-Tourism Development) Nurhaeni, Ismi Dwi Astuti; Sugiarti, Rara; Marwanti, Sri; Pratiwi, Ryza D
PALASTREN Jurnal Studi Gender Vol 10, No 1 (2017): PALASTREN
Publisher : STAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/palastren.v10i1.2280

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This article explores gender disparities in ecologically friendly-tourism development, including the involvement, competence, internal and external barriers of women and men.  The data were collected using survey on 400 respondents, consisting of women and men and focus group discussion with 18 informants. The data analysis uses analysis of gender disparities on planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the stage of ecologically friendly- tourism development. The finding shows that gender disparities happen in ecologically friendly- tourism development, in which women are still marginalized in terms of their involvement, competency, internal and external barriers.   The highest gender disparities on the involvement of women and men in ecologically friendly-tourism development occurred in the implementation.  Women’s competence is lower than that of men, and women‘s barrier are higher than that of men.    Accordingly, gender mainstreaming in developing environmentally-friendly tourism should be empowered through gender based-financial allocation, especially for eliminating gender stereotip and improving human resources capacities in developing environmentally-friendly tourism.
LEATHER CRAFT INDUSTRY AND TOURISM: A SYMBIOTIC RELATIONSHIP? (A CASE STUDY OF MAGETAN EAST JAVA INDONESIA) Sugiarti, Rara; Margana, Margana; Muthmainah, Muthmainah; Fauzia, Laela Rizki
Harmonia: Journal of Arts Research and Education Vol 19, No 2 (2019): (Nationally Accredited, December 2019)
Publisher : Department of Drama, Dance, and Musik (Sendratasik), Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/harmonia.v19i2.21124

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This article examines how leather craft industry contributes to tourism development in Magetan East Java Indonesia and vice versa. This study applied a qualitative approach and is descriptive in nature. Techniques of collecting data include site observation, interview, document review, and focus group discussion. Data were analyzed using the interactive model and thematic analysis. Research results indicate four themes. First, leather craft industry in Magetan that is mostly home industry has been empowered in many ways. Several aspects, including a high number of tourist visits, local government policy, abundant human resources, and industrious businessmen have strengthened the industry. Some local government policies have been implemented in several programs to develop the industry. Second, quality products and new design innovation for leather crafts are limited. Most products that are dominated by shoes and sandals are created for lower-middle-income consumers. Third, leather craft industries in Magetan have contributed to the establishment of local entrepreneurship, small-medium enterprises, and tourism. They create job opportunities for the locals and boost the local economy. Fourth, the relationship between leather craft centers and tourism activities is dominated by tourists? purchase of leather craft products for souvenirs. However, tourism activity in the area is not yet aimed at watching and involving tourists in the process of craft making for educational tourism purposes.
PENGEMBANGAN MODEL PEMBERDAYAAN PENYANDANG CACAT FISIK (PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY) DI BIDANG PARIWISATA Sugiarti, Rara
Jurnal Litbang Provinsi Jawa Tengah Vol 5, No 2 (2007): Jurnal Litbang Provinsi Jawa Tengah
Publisher : Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Provinsi Jawa Tengah

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36762/litbangjateng.v5i2.161

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The aims ofthis research are 10 identify the empirical conditions of tourism job opportunities involving people with disability  in the SUBOSUKA WONOSRATEN  (Kota Surakarta,  Kabupaten Boyolali, Sukoharjo, Karanganyar,  Wonogiri, Sragen dan Klaten)  region, identify tourism stake holder perception on people with disability   in the tourism  industry, and to formulate a model of empowering people  with disability  as human resources  in the tourism  industry, This research was qualitative  in nature. Data were collected using  site observation.  interview  and document study. Results indicate that there is still a limited  number of people with disability  who work in the tourism industry, This is among others due to the lack ofcommitment  and awareness of tourism stakeholders towards people with disability.
STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN PASAR DAN PENGUATAN PRODUK WISATA KAWASAN SOl,0-SELO-BOROHUDUR (SSB) Sugiarti, Rara
Jurnal Litbang Provinsi Jawa Tengah Vol 6, No 1 (2008): Jurnal Litbang Provinsi Jawa Tengah
Publisher : Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Provinsi Jawa Tengah

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36762/litbangjateng.v6i1.184

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The objectives  of this research  were 10 identify  the problems  related  to developing tourism  in Solo-Selo-Borobudur    (SSB)  region,  particularly   Cepogo-Selo-Sawangan    (CSS) sub  region,  to identify  the existing  market.  and  to formulate  strategies  10  develop  the Solo- Selo-Borobudur   market according  to its product characteristics. This research  was qualitative and descriptive   in nature.  Data consisted  of primary  and secondary Jata  and were  collected using interview.  focus groupdiscussion(FGD)   and site observation.  Research  results indicate that  the problems   of tourism  development   in Solo-Selo-Borobudur    region  are as  follows: limited   coordination    among   stakeholders,    limited   market   distribution,     limited    tourism information  service. limited product diversification,  relatively low product quality, limited accessibility,  limited  professionalism.  and relatively  low commitment    The existing  tourism market for the SS8 region  is mostly  domestic  and local visitors.  Tourist motivations   include adventure-based  and relaxation.   Their  travel  pattern  was mostly  with  friends  and  relatives. The  marketing   strategies   for SSU  tourism  products,   particularly   CSS  sub  region,   include enhancing   collaboration   to market  tourist  products.  organizing   events,  developing   tourism information   services,   introducing   product   through  familiarization    trip,  empowering   travel agents, improving  accessibility,  increasing  tourism product quality,  strenghtening  stakeholder commitment,  improving human resources  quality, and enhancing  community  participation.
SPATIAL-BASED MANAGEMENT OF VAN DEN BOSCH FORTRESS TO REVITALIZE HISTORICAL ASSETS AND DEVELOP UNIQUE CULTURAL TOURISM Sugiarti, Rara; Warto, Warto; Supariadi, Supariadi
E-Journal of Tourism Volume 7 Number 1 (March 2020)
Publisher : Doctoral Program in Tourism Udayana University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24922/eot.v7i1.58834

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Van den Bosch fortress is located in Ngawi East Java Indonesia. The fortress? unique location in the riverbanks of two main rivers of Java island, i.e. Bengawan Solo river and Madiun river, boosts its potentilas as a cultural tourist attraction. The meeting point between these two big rivers has given the fortress opportunities to develop unique tourism package. This study examined the potentials of the fortress, problems for developing the fortress, and the interconnection of spatial distribution of the fortress by employing geographic information system (GIS) to develop spatial-based management of the fortress as an intergrated cultural tourism site. Spatial-based management of the historical resource is aimed at combining and enhancing the urban elements including town square, traditional market, fortress, and rivers as well as some supporting facilities; and it is expected to be able to make Van den Bosch fortress as the center of the attractions. All of the elements of the urban area need to be spatially planned and managed in order to perform a unique tourist attraction in the most enticing historical destination of the region. Keywords: cultural tourism, fortress, historical asset, spatial-based management.