Shifting social and economic structural community: rapid development of tourism sector

  • A. A. Gde Putra Pemayun Universitas Pendidikan Nasional (Undiknas University), Denpasar, Indonesia
  • I Wayan Suderana Universitas Pendidikan Nasional (Undiknas University), Denpasar, Indonesia
Keywords: civilization, economic, social, structure, tourism sector

Abstract

This study examines "shifting social and economic structural community due to the rapid development of the tourism sector in Bentuyung Village, Bali." The purpose of this study is to find out and describe the shift in the social and economic structure of society due to the disruption of tourism in Bentuyung Village, Ubud, Bali. This is a qualitative descriptive method, using proportional sampling techniques consisting of Villas and Hotels Owners and communities directly involved in the tourism sector. Shifting social and economic structure is inseparable from the embryo of globalization that is felt in all sectors of people's lives. Globalization is the spread of values ??and certain cultures throughout the world. Things that need to be anticipated in order to be able to avoid the negative aspects of globalization are the development of the quality of Indonesian human beings through education. Providing life skills to be able to create creativity and independence. Cultivating a culture and attitude to global life. The results of the discussion show that the creation of a transparent and democratic government. Increasing global public awareness to promote the tourism sector as a leading sector and transform tourism unlike catalyst for changing more positive direction.

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Published
2019-04-04
How to Cite
Pemayun, A. A. G. P., & Suderana, I. W. (2019). Shifting social and economic structural community: rapid development of tourism sector. International Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 3(1), 115-124. https://doi.org/10.29332/ijssh.v3n1.271
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