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Development formulation of crafts weaving batik ikat East Java: Strategic block and interconnection Tranggono, Didiek; Dwiridhotjahjono, Jojok; Indira Aryani, Maria; Rasyidah, Resa
Journal of Economics, Business, & Accountancy Ventura Vol 18, No 2 (2015): August - November 2015
Publisher : STIE Perbanas Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14414/jebav.v18i2.445

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Batik tenun ikat has been the traditional legacy in some areas of East Java. This research is based on the findings and analysis on batik tenun ikat in Kediri and Lamongan. The data were collected from observation, in depth-interview, and printed documentations. The SWOT analysis showed that batik tenun ikat in Kediri and Lamongan got the position number two (2). Thus, the priority strategies are 1) extending partnership, 2) diversification of products and 3) e-marketing and integrated one-web destination. In applying those strategies the need of implementation of strategic block and interconnection is inevitable. Strategic blocs and interconnection would deeply increased the connectivity among the actors and hence between the economic elements.
Women Fisherman Empowerment Based on Local Potential in Sidoarjo: Social Entrepreneurship Approach Tranggono, Didiek; Dwiridhotjahjono, Jojok; Andarini, Sonja; Rasyidah, Resa
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings International Seminar of Research Month Science and Technology in Publication, Implementation and Co
Publisher : Galaxy Science

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Women fishermen are one of the social groups in the community who fall into the category below poverty. Poverty is caused by complex factors that are interconnected and are the main sources that weaken the ability of the community in building the region and improve its welfare. Therefore, poverty is one of the main issues in the development of coastal areas, especially the group of women fishermen. Model of empowerment of local fishermen-based women in Sidoarjo Regency using social entrepreneurship approach combined with participatory approach is an effort to develop independence and prosperity of fishermen women by increasing knowledge, attitude, skill, behavior, ability, awareness, and resource utilization and the optimization of local potential through the establishment of policies, programs, activities and assistance in accordance with the essence of the problems and priorities of fulfilling basic needs through the development of local economic potential by taking into account the sustainability of the environment in an integrated manner.
Bamboonimics in Tegaren Village Dwiridhotjahjono, Jojok; Wibowo, Prihandono; Nuryananda, Praja Firdaus
Nusantara Science and Technology Proceedings 4th International Seminar of Research Month
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Besek is made from bamboo which is then woven. This besek craft is the main craft of women in Tegaren Village. However, problems arise when besek does not provide enough income for women in Tegaren Village. By providing more training and insight for the residents of Tegaren Village, it is hoped that there will be an increase in the economic capacity of the village. The method of implementing the Community Partnership Program (PKM) is through comparative studies, training, as well as providing assistance to residents of Tegaren Village to continue to improve their economic capacity through bamboo woven commodities. As an object of comparative study, bamboo craft center Bamboo Indah was chosen, located in Wonoanti Village, Gandusari District, Trenggalek Regency. During a comparative study, three agreements were reached between the government of Tegaren Village and the Bambu Indah center, namely 1) Tegaren Village would send two or three craftsmen to conduct intensive bamboo weaving training, 2) two "lazy chair" products would be sent to Tegaren Village as a learning material for developing bamboo commodity products, and 3) Bambu Indah centers agreed to empower the human resources of Tegaren Village if there are besek and pincuk orders. This assistance program will continue as Tegaren Village has become one of the target villages of UPN "Veteran" East Java.
Bamboonomic: Ekonomi Bambu Pendukung Desa Wisata Tegaren Dwiridhotjahjono, Jojok; Wibowo, Prihandono; Nuryananda, Praja Firdaus
JURNAL MASTER PARIWISATA Volume 06, Nomor 02, Januari 2020
Publisher : Magister Tourism Study, Faculty of Tourism, Udayana University

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Tegaren village is the biggest besek producer in Trenggalek, East Java. In collaboration with UPN "Veteran" of East Java, the people of Tegaren then developed an educational tourism that made besek as the main tourist attraction. Using the asset based community development (ABCD) method, leadership, and tourist gaze 3.0, the research team sought to make a scientific contribution to the development of the Tegaren’s tourism. After proceeding for one year, Tegaren’s people, especially women who made besek, began to feel the impact of improving the quality of life by the existence of a tourism village. There are three scientific arguments why besek, or bamboo, is used as the backbone of the development of the Tegaren’s tourism and later we call it as bamboonomic, namely 1) bamboo and besek have long been one of the heart of Tegaren’s life, 2) the tourism which was built based on natural assets and cultural assets creates ways of feeling as conceived in tourist gaze 3.0, and 3) this tourism is able to bring up and come up with leadership that brings Tegaren more advanced and prosperous. Keywords: besek, asset based community development, tourism, village, bamboo