Undergraduate Thesis Proposal
Analyzing Stakeholder Theory on Economic Contribution of Kliwonan Tradition: A Case Study of Batang Region – Central Java
Anggraeni Woro Hapsari
International Undergraduate Program of Tourism
Faculty of Cultural Science
Gadjah Mada University
Through the etymology, Tourism has been determined as the leisure activity in which people will travel out from their daily routines as a refreshment mind. This is only for round trip when they will back to their daily routines after having a bit fun refreshment time. Therefore, it has its own limitation about what kind of refreshment or tourism activity can be.
Visitor or traveler or any person who does any kind of moving activities from the usual is normal definition of the main conductor of tourism. This can be limited by some criteria, such as: non border workers, non-student from a short term course, nomads, non-participant to a professional congress, non-consultant, non-member of a professional football or cricket team, non-cruise passenger and crew, non-traveler staying in transit zone, and non-crew staff of international flight (IRTS: 2008).
Tourism has a history of submission and extraction, ‘willing’ destination ‘submitting’ to local elites and Multinational Corporation, so the debate about tourism and its management must be informed by topics that include the consequences of tourism affecting how the heritage and history is told at particular location; and the potential of tourism to contribute to the development of civil society through the empowerment of equitable economic development (Peter M. Burns: 32: 1999). Moreover, the involvement of stakeholders will definitely need as the main actor on running tourism as a business. Stakeholder has been described as a participant in a business who has some kind of economic stake directly at risk (Ort and Strudler: 2002 via Friedman and...