Economic, social and cultural changes in society due to sustainable tourism development
This study examines the changes in the economic, social and cultural community due to sustainable tourism development in the Kutuh Petulu Village Ubud Bali. The advancement of technology and information is very fast causing all components of life to change both the values ??and culture of society with the rapid modernization in all fields causing changes in the economic, social and cultural, lifestyle that is very dynamic. The problem in this study: How are the economic, social and cultural changes of the community due to sustainable tourism development in the Kutuh Petulu Village of Ubud Bali. The purpose of this study: to understand and describe the meaning and form of environmental, economic, social and cultural changes due to sustainable tourism development in Kutuh Village Ubud, Bali. This study uses a descriptive qualitative method, using proportional sampling techniques consisting of managers of Villas and Hotels as well as people who work in the tourism sector in the Kutuh Petulu Village, Ubud, Bali. Sustainable tourism development is an effort by the government and the community to create jobs for future generations so that Bali's Groos Domestic Product is increasing given the enormity of globalization.
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