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The Development of Government Policy in Tour Ship Route Tourism Management in Karimunjawa Island, Indonesia

Published Online: 30 Jun 2021
Page range: 32 - 37
Received: 22 Apr 2021
Accepted: 26 May 2021
Journal Details
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Abstract Introduction

Tourism has a major role in economic and social interests. Karimunjawa is one of Indonesia’s tourist destinations, making the Karimunjawa Island a national park area for tourist destinations. Indonesia must have policies to support tourism, transportation, and infrastructure. This research aimed to identify the role of the community, tourists, NGOs, and district governments in implementing the Karimunjawa National Park management policy.

Material and methods

The descriptive quantitative method (questionnaire and path analysis) was used in this research.

Results

The test results showed that there was a direct relationship between the role of the community and the Central Java provincial government with a Path Coefficients value of 0.515; the role of tourists in government policies was −0.230, the role of NGOs in Central Java Provincial Government policies with a Path Coefficients value was 0.292 and the role of district governments against the Provincial Government policy was −0.332.

Conclusions

The value of Path Coefficients showed that there was still a lack of policy implementation from the provincial government to the community and NGOs. Collaboration between the district and provincial governments in managing was an effective way of monitoring tourism sustainably.

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