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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Establishing A Special Autonomy Model In Bali As A Means Of Preserving Hindu Balinese Culture And Space

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AUTHOR(S)

Kadek Cahya Susila Wibawa, Sri Nurhari Susanto

 

KEYWORDS

special autonomy, bali, cultural preservation, one province, one island, and one management system.

 

ABSTRACT

Cultural tourism in Bali is increasingly under attack from the flow of modernization, globalization, and tourists visiting Bali. On other hand, in the last five years, Bali has contributed about 40% of foreign exchange tourism to Indonesia, but ironically Bali does not get funds for foreign exchange earnings. The development of cultural tourism in Bali requires a comprehensive management and requires no small amount of funds. Bali needs special authority to manage the government in Bali with the uniqueness of the region, the situation, and the potential it has in order to support cultural preservation and guarantee sustainable development in Bali. This research aims to build an ideal special autonomy model as an effort to preserve culture in Bali. Based on these objectives, this study combines doctrinal research and non-doctrinal research. Doctrinal research uses a philosophical, conceptual, and regulatory approach. Non-doctrinal legal research, this research relies on the constructivism paradigm. The special autonomy of Bali is very much needed by the Balinese people to guarantee the strengthening of Hinduism, cultural preservation, customs and local traditions in Bali, because these are the main points in the development of cultural tourism in Bali. The ideal Balinese special autonomy model at the moment is based on its philosophical foundation based on local cultural wisdoms of "tri hita karana" and "sad kerthi", but still within the corridor of the Republic of Indonesia. Another construction is the distribution of profit sharing funds from the tourism sector and its management with the concept of "one province, one island, and one management system".

 

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