A Tourism Models Based on Local Wisdom as A Strategy for Poverty Alleviation (A Case from the Village In Indonesia)


This study aims to determine the model of village development based on local wisdom as a poverty alleviation strategy. This research was conducted in the tourist village of Mas-Mas North Batukliang, Central Lombok. Sample this research is 20 people. The research sample was determined by snowball Throwing, and data includes primary and secondary data. Data were collected through library research methods, observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. Data analysis techniques used in this research are case studies. The results showed that the tourism model based on economic potential could contribute to poverty reduction and the helplessness of the poor. Therefore further development of this model is needed to realize community independence in the village, especially increasing the involvement and active participation of residents in various activities to improve, prosperity and the use of tourist villages by the community and local government.


Keywords: Tourism models, poverty alleviation, poverty alleviation


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DOI : https://doi.org/10.32698/GCS-PSSHERS377