Integrasi Ruang Permukiman Nelayan Dengan Ekowisata Pesisir Di Donggala Sulawesi Tengah

-, Rusli (2016) Integrasi Ruang Permukiman Nelayan Dengan Ekowisata Pesisir Di Donggala Sulawesi Tengah. Doctoral thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Kelurahan Labuan Bajo di Kawasan pesisir Donggala, Sulawesi Tengah, memiliki permukiman nelayan dengan potensi daya tarik berupa wisata alam dan budaya. Hal ini dapat dilihat dari kunjungan wisatawan yang semakin meningkat dari tahun ke tahun. Masyarakat nelayan umumnya masih berpenghasilan rendah. Kenyataan ini menarik untuk diteliti lebih lanjut dalam upaya mengetahui potensi ruang permukiman nelayan, ekowisata pesisir, ternyata belum memberikan manfaat untuk perbaikan perekonomian masyarakat nelayan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah, menemukan keterkaitan hubungan dan integrasi ruang permukiman nelayan dengan ruang ekowisata pesisir. Agar keterkaitan ruang ini berperan optimal diteliti dengan cara mengkaji dan mengembangkan potensi ruang permukiman nelayan. Penelitian ini berada dalam lingkup penelitian multidisiplin antara bidang permukiman dengan ekowisata pesisir, dengan menggunakan metode kuantitatif. Teknik analisis yang digunakan adalah analisis korelasi, analisis overlay dan analisis statistik Structural Equation Model (SEM). Untuk mendapat integrasi ruang permukiman nelayan dengan ruang ekowisata pesisir, hipotesis dan teoritis yang dibuat berdasarkan kajian teori, diuji menggunakan kuesioner dengan analisis Goodnes of fit dan confirmatory factor analisys. Hasil akhir penelitian menunjukkan bahwa pada integrasi ruang permukiman nelayan dengan ekowisata pesisir di Kota Donggala dapat dipakai sebagai alat pengembangan aspek sosial perekonomian dan pengembangan wilayah sesuai potensi setempat. ================================================================= Labuan Bajo Sub-district in the coastal area of Donggala, Central Sulawesi, has a fishermen settlement with the potential attractiveness of natural and cultural tourism. It can be seen from the increase of tourist arrivals from year to year. Fishermen communities are generally still low-income communities. This fact is interesting for further investigation as an effort to identify fishermen settlement potential space since coastal eco-tourism is not beneficial yet for the economic improvement of fishermen communities. The purpose of this research is to find a corresponding relationship and space integration between fishermen settlement and coastal ecotourism space. Making the relationship between these space acts optimal was studied by reviewing and developing the potential of the fishermen settlement space. This research is in the scope of multidisciplinary research in the field of settlements and coastal ecotourism by using quantitative methods. The analysis technique used is the correlation analysis, overlay analysis and statistical analysis of Structural Equation Model (SEM). To obtain integration between fishermen settlement space and the coastal ecotourism space, hypothesis and theory made was based on the study of theory, tested by using a questionnaire with Goodnes of Fit analysis and Confirmatory Factor Analisys. The final result shows that space integration between fishermen settlement and coastal ecotourism in Donggala City can be used as a tool to develop socioeconomic aspect and regional development in accordance with local potential.

Item Type: Thesis (Doctoral)
Additional Information: RDA 711.558 Rus i
Uncontrolled Keywords: Integrasi, ruang permukiman nelayan, ekowisata pesisir, Donggala, coastal ecotourism, fishermen settlement space, integration
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > G Geography (General) > G155 Tourism
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA9053 City planning
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Architechture > (S3) Doctoral
Depositing User: Mrs Anis Wulandari
Date Deposited: 29 Sep 2017 04:39
Last Modified: 29 Sep 2017 04:39
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/48882

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