Co-management: Valuating Social Communication of Sustainable Coastal Tourism, in Indonesia
Hengky Sumisto Halim
Triguna, School of Economics, Director of SHINE Institute, Indonesia
International Journal of Marine Science, 2016, Vol. 6, No. 46 doi: 10.5376/ijms.2016.06.0046
Received: 12 Sep., 2016 Accepted: 10 Nov., 2016 Published: 15 Nov., 2016
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Halim H.S., 2016, Co-management: Valuating Social Communication of Sustainable Coastal Tourism, in Indonesia, International Journal of Marine Science, 6(46): 1-10 (doi: 10.5376/ijms.2016.06.0046)
The aim of this study is to respond to the Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia on a “Wonderful Indonesia Program. Based on Co-management program, this study is going to valuate social communication of sustainable coastal-tourism in Karawang regency, Indonesia by qualitative and quantitative research, and it’s tabulated by content analysis. The outcomes of this one-year study found that there are two domains would be strengthening: government and local community sides. Firstly, the government gets to strengthen training and interactive learning’s program as well as counseling about the ability of sustaining coastal-tourism and their benefit. Finally, the local government gets to be more care on conserving the environmental along the coastline as well as aligning their policy, especially on maintaining the highway. Both efforts would raise local community’s awareness.
Social Communication; Training; Interactive Learning; Raising Awareness; Indonesia
International Journal of Marine Science
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