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Anak Agung Istri Kesumadewi, I Wayan Susila, Gusti Alit Gunadi, Dewa Gede Raka Sarjana, I Wayan Diara, Gusti Ngurah Alit Susanta Wirya
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 221-252; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.141

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Tujuan: Dengan mengadopsi sistem pertanian yang selaras alam melalui pendekatan sistem pertanian organik diharapkan menghasilkan komoditas yang sehat dan aman untuk dikonsumsi dan memiliki nilai jual yang lebih tinggi sehingga ke dua misi tersebut dalam jangka panjang dapat dicapai. Metode Penelitian: Penelitian mengenai identifikasi potensi dan pengembangan sistem pertanian organik menuju Bali pulau organik telah dilakukan diseluruh wilayah kabupaten dan Kota di Provinsi Bali sejak bulan Mei – Desember 2019. Penelitian dilakukan melalui survei lapang dan hasilnya disepakati melalui FGD bersama para stakeholder. Temuan: Pengembangan sistem pertanian organik potensial dilakukan hampir seluruh kabupaten di Bali kecuali di Kabupaten Klungkung dan Kota Denpasar. Implikasi: Inovasi yang dihasilkan dari penelitian ini adalah sistem database pertanian organik Provinsi Bali yang online, terintegrasi, kompak, ringan, dan mudah dioperasikan.
I Wayan Muka, Made Adi Widyatmika, I Ketut Gde Darma Putra
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 253-276; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.142

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Tujuan: Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mendapatkan data dari masing-masing OPD Provinsi Bali terkait penerapan E-Government (SPBE), menentukan kondisi penerapan E-Goverment (SPBE) di Provinsi Bali dan menentukan langkah strategis untuk meningkatkan indeks tingkat kematangan SPBE Provinsi Bali. Metode penelitian: Metode penilaian evaluasi dilakukan melalui pengukuran tingkat kematangan berdasarkan e-Government Maturity Model (eMM). Temuan: Kajian ini mengungkap bahwa kelemahan utama dalam implementasi SPBE Provinsi Bali, terutama di beberapa OPD yang memberikan layanan publik, adalah belum terintegrasinya aplikasi atau sistem dan masih lemahnya SDM dan infrastruktur IT di masing-masing OPD. Implikasi: Langkah yang perlu dilakukan adalah menyusun Rencana Induk Pengembangan SPBE yang memiliki kelengkapan pada sisi muatan visi dan misi SPBE, arsitektur SPBE, peta jalan SPBE serta integrasi sistem aplikasi dan penggunaan aplikasi umum secara menyeluruh.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 143-154; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.137

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Purpose: The COVID-19 pandemic has a huge impact on the lives of Balinese citizens. The aim of this study is to find the right steps and frameworks that enable to reduce the spread and death caused by COVID-19 as quickly and as minimally as possible, so that the sustainable impact on the socioeconomic can be reduce. Research methods: Preventive measures are needed, especially for the Field Facilitator Staff as the front guard, so that the BSPS program channelled adequately. The key to smooth distribution, in addition to the precise mechanism, must also follow the government's recommendations and implement health protocols. Findings: The results show that the population and employment structure of Bali has high potential for the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is due to the high level of population mobility, both population mobility between regions within the country and population mobility between countries. The second cause is the Balinese population structure consists of many elderly people, thus causing a high potential case fatality rate from a pandemic. Implications: Based on the results of the study, it is recommend minimize the possibility of the spread of covid-19 through the first and second rapid tests involving as many residents that potential to be covid-19 deployment carrier, both through local transmission and imported cases.
, I G M Oka Aryawan, I Ketut Sutapa, I Made Anom Santiana
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 179-192; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.139

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Tujuan: Untuk mengembangkan kebijakan transportasi yang lebih komprehensif di Bali, penelitian ini perlu dilakukan. Metode Penelitian: Pengumpulan data dilakukan dengan melakukan survei berbasis kuesioner. Temuan: Perjalanan distribusi internal menunjukkan produksi perjalanan tertinggi dari Denpasar dan Kuta, sekitar 24,93% dan 11,75%, sedangkan atraksi perjalanan terbesar juga ke Denpasar dan Kuta, yaitu 13,76% dan 16,73% dari total jumlah perjalanan orang per hari. Distribusi perjalanan eksternal menunjukkan bahwa sebagian besar orang yang keluar masuk Bali melalui Bandara Ngurah Rai dan Pelabuhan Gilimanuk. Pemilihan modal menunjukkan bahwa yang paling banyak digunakan adalah sepeda motor 85,40%, mobil 10,27%, truk 3,60% dan angkutan umum 0,73%. Perkiraan generasi perjalanan dan daya tarik memiliki tingkat pertumbuhan 5,812% / tahun. Implikasi: Perlu diantisipasi untuk mengembangkan moda alternatif baru berdasarkan teknologi dari Denpasar ke semua kabupaten, seperti Kereta / LRT / ART dan transportasi feri, yang disepakati oleh 83,56% dan 89,33% dari orang-orang.
Ni Luh Putu Juniartini, I Ketut Suwantara, I Nyoman Anom Fajaraditya Setiawan
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 155-178; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.138

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Purpose: The housing rehabilitation program for low-income people is carried out by the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing. Muncan Village is one of the areas that received 2020 house rehabilitation assistance (BSPS) for Karangasem Regency. Research methods: Preventive measures are needed, especially for the Field Facilitator Team as the front guard, so that the BSPS program channelled adequately. The key to smooth distribution, in addition to the precise mechanism, must also follow the government's recommendations and implement health protocols. Findings: Constraints on distribution activities, starting from November 2019 to the initial process in April 2020. Field constraints, social aspects, education, and the community's situation become challenges in these activities. But beginning in 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic made the distribution of aid even more complicated with adjustments to the rules and recommendations of the government in conducting activities. Implications: Additional mission the field team to accelerate the handling of the pandemic, an appeal about anticipating COVID-19 also needs to convey. Strategies related to initiatives provide a masker for beneficiaries to foster protocol awareness and motivation regarding applicable rules.
Ni Putu Nina Eka Lestari, I Nyoman Rasmen Adi, Ni Nyoman Reni Suasih, Alit Sumantri
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 193-220; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.143

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Purpose: (1) Compile a baseline study of the potential of tourist objects and attractions as well as the readiness of community participation in the Community Based Tourism development model and forms of collaboration with relevant stakeholders; (2) Strengthening institutional and community empowerment in developing Kendran Tourism Village, as a community-based tourism village; and (3) Establishment of cooperation models and policies that can be developed by local governments and related stakeholders. Research methods: the method of documentation, questionnaires, interviews, and FGD. The collected data was then analyzed using existing condition analysis techniques, ADO-ODTWA assessment, participatory rural analysis (PRA), SWOT analysis, MACTOR analysis, and MULTIPOL analysis. Findings: Kendran Village as a tourist village, as well as its readiness for development were quite potential. The main policies that need to be prioritized include increasing the capacity of rural communities, strengthening village tourism institutions, packaging attractions / attractions for creating branding, and expanding and maintaining markets. Implications: the development of a single destination tourist village is the creation of branding, while the policy to increase the capacity of rural communities has the highest value in the multiple destination tourist village scenario. Tourism development policy in the Province of Bali refers to the concept of sustainable and quality tourism, through various multi-sector policies.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 91-102; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.111

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Tujuan: Penelitan ini bertujuan untuk mencari media yang menjadi sumber informasi wisatawan Australia yang mencari informasi tentang virus corona di Bali. Australia merupakan negara pengunjung Bali tertinggi menurut disparda pemerintah provinsi Bali tahun 2019. Dalam upaya pemulihan industri pariwisata dapat memanfaatkan teknologi informasi sebagai media dalam menyebarkan informasi. Metode penelitian: Metode penelitian menggunakan metode analisis kualitatif dengan melakukan observasi terhadap 100 artikel pada mesin pencari. Temuan: Hasil penelitian menemukan 80 website dari 11 negara sebagai sumber informasi yang tampil pada mesin pencari. Media tersebut digunakan pemangku kepentingan untuk mengupayakan peningkatan citra positif Bali. Implikasi: Implikasi praktis dari penelitian ini adalah untuk menyajikan daftar media online yang dapat digunakan untuk melakukan publikasi konten positif dan menarik. Publikasi diperlukan agar dapat meningkatkan keinginan masyarakat Australia untuk berkunjung ke Bali sebagai wisatawan.
, I Putu Sudiartawan, Ni Luh Gede Sudaryati, I Made Agus Gelgel Wirasuta, Pande Made Nova Armita, Ni Kadek Warditiani, Ni Made Widi Astuti, I Wayan Martadi Santika, Ida Bagus Wiryanatha, Putu Lakustini Cahyaningrum, et al.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 111-124; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.113

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Tujuan: Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mengkaji pengobatan tradisional Bali, dengan mengambil fokus kajian pada pengobatan yang tertuang dalam lontar Usadha Tiwang. Metode penelitian: Penelitian ini menggunakan metode kepustakaan (Library Research). Unit analisis berupa naskah lontar Usadha Tiwang, yang telah ditransliterasi dari aksara Bali ke aksara Latin. Temuan: Hasil penelitian diketahui bahwa tiwang adalah penyakit yang mempunyai gejala badan terasa meluang, sakit dan ngilu, gelisah, mata mendelik, otot kaku bahkan sampai pingsan. Jenis tiwang dicirikan berdasarkan gejala yang muncul. Pengobatan dilaksanakan secara holistik oleh pengusada sesuai tatalaksana pengusada, dengan menggunakan ramuan obat-obatan yang terbuat dari campuran berbagai jenis tumbuh-tumbuhan atau bahan lainnya seperti arak, lengis tanusan, garam, gula, kapur, maupun santen, bahkan tain seksek serta iduh bang. Penggunaannya dengan cara dimakan, diminum, ditutuhkan, disemburkan, diuapkan atau dilulurkan, maupun ditempelkan. Takaran, cara pengolahan, serta cara pemakaian masih belum jelas. Implikasi: Masyarakat Bali tetap percaya terhadap sistim pengobatan tradisional Bali. Namun demikian, masyarakat Bali yang berobat ke tempat praktik pengobatan tradisional sangat sedikit. Simpulannya adalah pengobatan tradisional Bali dilakukan secara holistik untuk mencapai keseimbangan antara shtula sarira-suksma sarira-antahkarana sarira.
Ni Luh Putu Juniartini, I Wayan Juniartha, I Nyoman Anom Fajaraditya Setiawan
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 73-90; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.110

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Purpose: The purpose of this study is to know the existence of BSPS as a government program through PUPR and the review focuses on Muncan Village, Karangasem Regency, as one of the beneficiary areas. The program follows the decisions, directions, rules, and procedures established by the provincial government of Bali. Research methods: The data are analyzed to separate criteria related to problems and solutions, and also solutions based on procedures and purposely determine informants based on specific criteria and considerations. Findings: Constraints were complicated by the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has an impact on various lines globally. Particular action needs to be taken primarily by TFL with the community. In addition to having to carry out procedures and rules in the distribution of aid, preventive measures addressing various field conditions also need to be considered. The analysis is divided into two categories: conditional on BSPS verification activities to keep going and initiatives to address the Covid-19 pandemic crisis in the field. Implications: The various obstacles faced are expected to become a consideration or study for the next period, especially with things that are unpredictable and are force majeure along with the team that is tasked directly in the field.
, Anak Agung Sri Agung Aryastuti, Putu Nita Cahyawati, Desak Putu Citra Udiyani, D. Wijaya, I Gde Suranaya Pandit, Anak Agung Ngurah Mayun Wirajaya
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 135-142; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.115

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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the ways and objectives of the use of turmeric by Balinese, as well as the phytochemical content and antioxidant capacity of turmeric extract which is traditionally processed in Bali. Research methods: The method and purpose of utilizing turmeric were obtained through observation and interviews with 900 Balinese respondents. Quantitative phytochemical tests include starch, protein, flavonoid, tannin, phenol and vitamin C levels and qualitatively for the presence of triterpenes, steroids, alkaloids, and saponins. Antioxidant capacity was measured using the DPPH method. Findings: Through this research, we found there were only 36.8% of respondents had ever used turmeric as a traditional medicine. Utilization of turmeric was mostly in the form of loloh or traditional drinks. Phytochemical test results showed turmeric extract had 67.38% starch, 3.42% protein, 2709.39 mg/100 gr flavonoids, tannins 291.64 mg/100gr, phenol 1584.04 mg/100 gr, and vitamin C 0.06 mg/100gr. Qualitatively, turmeric extract contained triterpenes, alkaloids, and saponins, but did not contain steroids. The antioxidant capacity of turmeric extract was 70.9 mg/L GAEAC. Implications: Turmeric extract is a traditional medicine made from nature that is most commonly used by Balinese and very potential to be developed as an antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, or other benefits that still need further investigation.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 103-110; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.112

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Tujuan: Tujuan tinjauan pustaka ini adalah mengetahui olahraga yang aman dilakukan pada masa pandemi COVID-19 untuk meningkatkan imunitas tubuh bagi masyarakat. Metode penelitian: Metode yang dilakukan dalam pemilihan referensi pustaka adalah dengan menggunakan jurnal Pubmed dan Elsevier, dengan kata kunci olahraga, corona, dan disortir hingga lima tahun terakhir. Temuan: Hasilnya didapatkan bahwa olahraga sebaiknya dilakukan dalam ruangan untuk mengurangi penyebaran virus corona (COVID-19). Implikasi: Makna dari tulisan ini adalah tidak semua olahraga aman dilakukan pada masa pandemi ini. Yang aman adalah yoga, sepeda statis, senam, latihan otot, maupun peregangan yang dilakukan di rumah.
Ni Nyoman Suryani, I Wayan Suarna, I Gede Mahardika, Ni Putu Sarini
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 125-134; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.114

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Tujuan: Studi ini dilaksanakan untuk mengoptimalkan produktivitas sapi bali sehingga mampu menghasilkan daging dengan kualitas yang baik. Metode penelitian: Percobaan menggunakan perlakuan yang terdiri atas: Perlakuan A: Sapi yang diberikan pakan rumput gajah + konsentrat 1,5% dari berat badan; Perlakuan B: Sapi yang diberikan pakan rumput gajah + 1,5% konsentrat dari berat badan dan 1 kg tepung jagung; Perlakuan C: Sapi yang diberikan pakan rumput gajah + konsentrat 1,5% dari berat badan dan 1,5 kg tepung jagung; dan Perlakuan D: Sapi yang diberikan pakan rumput gajah + konsentrat 1,5% dari berat badan dan 2 kg tepung jagung. Pakan konsentrat diberikan dua kali pada pagi dan sore hari, sedangkan pakan hijauan diberikan dalam keadaan segar setelah diberikan pakan konsentrat. Temuan: Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa persentase karkas hasil penelitian ini cukup tinggi yakni mencapai 55%, susut masak daging sapi berkisar antara 33,27 – 35,49. Ada kecenderungan meningkatnya daya ikat air dan menurunnya susut masak. Warna, keempukan, dan citarasa daging sapi bali hasil penelitian ini lebih disukai dibandingkan daging sapi import maupun sapi lokal yang dibeli di pasaran. Implikasi: Sapi bali adalah salah satu komuditas unggulan Provinsi Bali. Kualitas daging sapi bali sampai saat ini masih memerlukan upaya peningkatan. Kualitas daging sapi bali yang dipelihara dengan manajemen yang baik, secara fisik dan hedonik tidak berbeda dengan daging sapi import.
I Putu Ikka Darmawan, Ni Wayan Ardini, I Gede Mudana
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 65-72; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.109

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The writers conducted the process of observation, literature study, and interviews with the head of Karang Boma Studio, Pecatu Village to get information related to the Kecak performance at Uluwatu Temple. The uniqueness of this Kecak art can be seen in the presentation that uses human voice accompaniment. Processing melodies and interlocking cak patterns really requires strong breathing. The aesthetic value can be seen from the wholeness in the presentation of Kecak which is presented in its entirety with the patterns arranged in the Kecak's vowels by highlighting the harmonious vocal processing techniques between plain and sangsih cak. The balance in the presentation of Kecak is seen from the melody processing and cak pattern pronunciation that is dynamically balanced and does not occur as a dominant one.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 19-26; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.105

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Peranan multimedia dalam pembelajaran sangatlah penting, terutama dalam mata pelajran bahasa Bali. Peserta didik SMK TI Bali Global Jimbaran dalam menyerap pelajran bahasa Bali masih sangat kurang sehingga hasil ulangan harian dan ujian akhir semester hanya masih dalam nilai KKM, yaitu dengan persentase 70% peserta didik hanya mampu mendapat hasil sesuai KKM dengan nilai 70. Media pembelajaran berbasis interaktif yang tepat akan sangat berperan dalam terciptanya tujuan pendidikan itu sendiri. Multimedia dianggap sebagai media pembelajaran yang menarik berdasarkan upaya yang menyentuh berbagai panca indra: penglihatan, pendengaran dan sentuhan. Dengan adanya aplikasi pembelajaran bahasa bali berbasis interaktif multimedia, diharapkan adanya peningkatan pemahaman siswa dan peningkatan nilai terhadapa mata pelajaran bahasa Bali.
, I Gusti Putu Sutarma, Dewa Made Suria Antara
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 55-64; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.108

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This research aims to determine the effect of the implementation of the marketing mix consisting of product strategy are, price strategy promotion strategy, place strategy, process strategy, person strategy, and physical evidence strategy for increasing the room sales at a 4-star hotel in Kuta, Badung. To answer the existing problems needed supporting statistics obtained through observation, interviews, and documentation. Based on the result of the implementation of marketing mix strategies, it was obtained significantly an increase in the room sales. The marketing mix factors are; product strategy, by the product strategy hotel management able to increase the room sales in accordance with occurring the guest needed; Price strategy, it’s about strategy to establish the right prices in market segmentation; Promotion strategy, this strategy is consolidating the technical of marketing through promotion by social media, electronics promotions, and any publics publishing; Place strategy consist with classify the distribution channels. People’s strategy, this strategy advise some strategies for developing training that can improve work performance; physical evidence strategy, advise the strategy of revamping the hotel facilities and infrastructure of the hotel.
, Ni Made Ras Amanda Gelgel
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 41-54; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.107

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Bencana erupsi gunung Agung di kabupaten Karangasem Bali merupakan salah satu di antara banyak bencana alam yang terjadi saat tahapan pemilu 2019 dilaksanakan. Penyelenggara pemilu setempat pasti mengalami hambatan dalam melaksanakan tahapan dalam kondisi demikian. Metode yang digunakan adalah metode penelitian kualitatif dengan wawancara mendalam sebagai teknik pengumpulan datanya. Temuan penelitian ini memperlihatkan bahwa (1) terdapat banyak aspek dalam tahapan pemilu yang terkena dampak di wilayah terpapar bencana, diantaranya daftar pemilih, logistik pemilu, verifikasi peserta pemilu, anggaran, sosialisasi, kampanye, pemungutan suara, dan tingkat partisipasi pemilih. (2) penyelenggara pemilu di kabupaten Karangasem Bali dapat mengatasi kondisi tersebut karena melakukan komunikasi dan koordinasi yang baik dengan stakeholder formal (BPBD dan Disdukcapil) dan stakeholder informal (Pasebaya Agung). Meski memang ke depannya sangat dibutuhkan aturan yang lebih jelas terkait penyelenggaraan pemilu di wilayah terdampak bencana.
Ni Luh Putu Juniartini
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 27-40; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.106

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Indonesia sebagai penyumbang sampah plastik terbesar kedua di dunia setelah Cina memunculkan ungkapan darurat sampah plastik di Indonesia. Masalah global ini harus segera dilakukan tindakan nyata dari lingkup terkecil yaitu rumah tangga sebagai salah satu yang memproduksi sampah. Pemahaman tentang sampah dari jenis, sumber, dan bentuknya sangat perlu untuk disosialisasikan. Langkah sederhananya yakni membudayakan 5R (reuse, reduce, recycle, replace, repair) dalam membangkitkan kembali semangat peduli lingkungan dan pengelolaan sampah secara sederhana pada tingkat rumah tangga. Sebagai perantara awal adalah pada lingkup terkecil yaitu keluarga dalam wilayah desa. Salah satu yang perlu ditingkatkan kualitasnya adalah organisasi yang menaungi ibu-ibu yakni PKK tingkat desa karena perannya pada dua area penting, keluarga dan lingkungan desa. Pada sisi kualitas PKK desa, perlu mendapatkan edukasi terkait tentang pengolahan sampah secara sederhana, agar edukasi tersebut kemudian dapat secara berkelanjutan menuju ruang lingkup yang dinaungi. Selain pemberdayaan, pengetahuan tentang sampah akan memunculkan kreativitas pada pengelolaannya agar sampah yang dimaksud menjadi sesuatu yang dapat berdaya guna dan memberikan keuntungan. Hal ini akan berdampak pula pada proses lanjutan pengolahan daur ulang sampah pada fase berikutnya dan pada akhinya akan berdampak pula pada penekanan atau pengendalian sampah secara lebih luas dalam berbagai lapisan kehidupan masyarakat.
I Nyoman Anom Fajaraditya Setiawan
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 1-18; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.104

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Kebutuhan publikasi pada era kekinian sebagai wadah diseminasi informasi dan pengetahuan terutama tentang pembangunan menjadi hal yang penting. Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali sebagai salah satu wadah publikasi merupakan tindakan yang cerdas dalam mensiasati proses pembangunan dan kemajuan pembangunan secara berkesinambungan. Sarana publikasi online menjadi sarana yang tepat dalam publikasi hasil-hasil kajian dan seiring pula dengan himbauan Permenristek melalui Dirjen Dikti prihal publikasi. Adanya sarana online, selain dikelola tim profesional pada bidangnya, diperlukan pula suatu identitas yang mencirikan dan pengantar pesan dari JBMB. Penciptaan identitas visual berupa logo dilakukan dengan beragam pertimbangan dan analisis riset sehingga identitas tersebut dapat berfungsi sebagai mana mestinya. Logo pada BMB menjadi berperan karena mengakomodir filosofis dari rancangan JBMB diterbitkan. Penciptaan menggunakan metode deskriptif dan runut sehingga proses dapat diikuti dalam pembahasan. Sebagai logo perwakilan entitas BMB akan menjadi bagian popularitas diseminasi riset dan pembangunan yang ada di Provinsi Bali.
Theresia Mutiara Galistya
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 137-148; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i3.20

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Human resource development in the Bali Province can be illustrated through the development of the Human Development Index (HDI) achievements and employment conditions. Until 2018, HDI of Bali Province recorded continued to grow and is at a "high" level. The challenge that arises is that there are still gaps in the achievement of HDI at the regency level. Efforts to increase the Mean Years of Schooling (RLS) and per capita expenditure in regency with a "moderate" HDI status seem to be one solution to narrowing disparities in human resource development between regions. In view of employment conditions, Bali's Open Unemployment Rate (TPT) was recorded to be the lowest nationally. However, the low level of education possessed by most workers has an impact on the low wages or salaries that can be obtained. The study was complemented by causal analysis to see the effect of economic growth, investment, and the Provincial Minimum Wage (UMP) on employment in the Bali Province. Case studies are conducted according to data conditions that released by Statistics Indonesia for 2009-2017. The results showed that simultaneously all three variables had a close relationship with employment. This is indicated by the R2 value that recorded at 94,3 percent. Partially, economic growth has a positive effect on employment though not significant. Investment and UMP variables have a positive and significant effect on employment in the Bali Province.
Ni Luh Putu Juniartini
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 161-172; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i3.23

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A decent house is everyone's dream, but in reality, there are still many houses that are still not up to standard. In Tusan Village, Banjarangkan District, Klungkung Regency through the BSPS PUPR program, 50 houses were allocated assistance. Procedurally, these houses are houses that have very unfit verification. Based on data from village officials and proposals that have been required, the recipient of the assistance must go through the submission process according to the rules. In the field process, there are three crucial constraints in broad outline and require intensive assistance solutions so that the BSPS program runs according to the initial planning. The synergy between the community, village officials, and the government is also needed in this process so that significant obstacles can be resolved in accordance with applicable regulations. In the end, this program can run on target and can also be enjoyed by the community in Tusan Village.
Ida Bagus Ngurah Arda
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 119-136; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i3.18

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Good quality of human resources (HR) needs to be prepared in gacing the Industrial Revolution 4.0 in which one of the ways is by job training/vocational training. Vocational training needs to get important attention especially in Bali because it has flexibility in encouraging changes in community skills. The Provincial Government of Bali through the Unit Pelaksana Teknis Bidang Pelatihan yaitu UPTD Balai Latihan Kerja Industri dan Pariwisata, Dinas Tenaga Kerja dan Energi Sumber Daya Mineral Provinsi Bali, conduct skills training for the workforce in various vocational fields, both in the industrial and tourism fields, which has the aim of forming a workforce skilled, competent, and productive and in accordance with the needs of the workforce. There are three important stages that must be done in improving the quality of human resources through training and development activities. The first stage is identification of training needs, the second stage is training and development, the third stage is evaluation.
I Made Agus Gelgel Wirasuta
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 107-118; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i3.17

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Bung Karno/Sukarno (the first president of Indonesia) placed research as the main ingredient in planning the Pola Pembangunan Semesta Berencana and used the research results on an ongoing basis to realize the ideals of national development, namely: "Welfare with social justice for all Indonesian people (Kesejahteraan yang berkeadilan sosial bagi seluruh masyarakat Indonesia)", and increase the nation's competitiveness. The Law No. 11 of 2019 concerning the National System of Science and Technology requires the role of local governments in the development of research, inventions, and innovations, as well as utilizing the results in the form of Intellectual Property. The transformation of the Regional Research and Development Institute is a must to carry out the mandate of the Law No. 11 of 2019. This study conveys the transformation of Bali's Regional R&D Agency (Litbangda) towards badan Riset dan Inovasi Daerah Provinsi (Regional Research and Innovation Agency of Bali Province).
I Gusti Ayu Wimba
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 131-136; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i3.19

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During this time, the government and the community in implementing development, explicitly only prioritize economic capital and human capital in an individual perspective only. Not many people have highlighted the role of social capital, which is a necessity, in maintaining the results of development that have been carried out. Mainly, Balinese social capital which is hierarchically shaped through values that are invested from an early age, will grow into an accumulation of social capital which will later contribute positively in maintaining a conducive atmosphere in developing human resources for the Balinese people.
I Gusti Ayu Jasmiari, Wayan Gede Suka Parwita, Ni Putu Suci Meinarni
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 149-160; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i3.21

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Financial Management and District Asset Agency of Gianyar District is an official government agent of Gianyar District that has the authority to execute the district autonomy in terms of income, financial management, and asset administration. The agency has faced the difficulties in budgeting process of stationary which is not transparent, that will be lead to misappropriation of the budget and there is no clear and detail of the budget of the stationary. This condition will cause inefficient of budgeting for the stationary. The purpose of this research is to build an e-budgeting of stationary on Financial Management and District Asset Agency of Gianyar District that has the correlation with budgeting plan of stationary where a system can be used to manage the budget of the stationary in terms of additional transaction or deduction of stationary. In this research, there are four methods used, those are interview, observation, documentation and literary research. The design of the system is done by analyzing the needs system and was designed by using Data Flow Diagram (DFD) in order to design system and data flow. In this design, the system has been made and a trial of functional system has been done by using Blackbox Testing Method using 24 scenario of trial system, which from that trial showed can be concluded that the system was done appropriately based on the design system.
Vanny Oktafia Putri Rama, I Ketut Astawa, I Gusti Made Wendri, I Gede Mudana
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 75-82; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i2.41

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In the tourism industry, fluctuations in room occupancy are common. Many hotels offer various types of accommodation and service options needed by guests, causing competition between one hotel and another hotel. The purpose of this study is to find out how the management of room allotment in an effort to increase room occupancy at a one 5-star hotel in the southern part of Bali. This study was conducted using a qualitative descriptive method with analysis of POAC (Planning, Organizing, Actuating, Controlling) and SWBR (Strength, Weakness, Benefit, Risk). Data is obtained using the interview method. This study also explains how the implications of room allotment management on management strategy at the hotel. The results of this study indicate that the management of the allotment room has been done quite well but has not provided maximum results in increasing room occupancy. The implications of giving room allotment based on management functions indicate that negotiations still have problems with the prices determined, there are strengths, weaknesses, benefits and risks in organizing the people who regulate the room allotment, the room allotment given has not been 100% fulfilled and there is no a special system to control room allotment. Future research is recommended with regard to the effectiveness of room allotment through the system.
Ni Made Suwijati
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 67-74; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i2.40

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The research enlightens the contribution of online and offline travel agent in increasing room occupancy at a 5-star hotel located in the southern part of Bali, and determining the most suitable strategy dealing with agent based on the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) matrix. This research aimed at analyzing the contribution of online and offline travel agent in increasing the room occupancy. Data collection techniques used were observations, interviews, documentation and literature studies. The analysis techniques used were descriptive statistics of mean, frequinsing supported by qualitative analysis: (BCG). The results of the research reveal that the contribution of online and offline travel agent for three years has fluctuated. The average contribution of online travel agent in 2016-2018 is 37.73%, while the average contribution of offline travel agent reservation of the period is 52.02%. There are 5 highest reservation contributions sourced from the offline travel agent which included Corona, Maestro, Go Vacation, Jason Travel, and Windys. In addition, there are 5 highest reservation contributions sourced from online travel agents which included Booking.com, Expedia, Agoda, Hotelbeds FIT, and Ctrip.com. Based on BCG matrix to determine the relative market share, it is concluded that the relative market share of the hotel in 2018 is 1.02 times > 1 which means that the hotel has the highest market share among the hotel used as comparison in this reserach. In addition, based on the position of the hotelin BCG matrix in 2018 is at star position which indicates that the hotel’s position is on high growth and high market share, it is because the market share of the hotel has a relative market share value over than one (>1).
I Wayan Wiasthana Ika Putra
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 91-96; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i2.43

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The Bali Province Regional Competitiveness Analysis Report 2019 presents information from various fields of development activity. This report is expected to be used as an analysis of indicators of development success that has been achieved. In addition, this report can also be used to find out the increase of development sectors and forecast future information needs. Of course this information is expected to support an increase in the implementation of development in the Bali Region.
I Nyoman Jayanegara
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 83-90; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i2.42

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The Omed-omedan tradition is one of the unique traditions in the city of Denpasar, precisely in Banjar Kaja, Kelurahan Sesetan. The Omed-omedan tradition is a mythology accepted as a cultural heritage of the Banjar Kaja community, Sesetan, has been passed down from the older generation to the present. That's why this tradition is said to be unique and rare as cannot be found elsewhere. The Omed-omedan tradition was originally a tradition that was carried out spontaneously by the Banjar Kaja community, but in its development it has transformed into a cultural festival which certainly has a fairly high selling value. The transformation of a tradition which was initially carried out spontaneously by the community into a festival showed that the cultural industry with its capitalist ideology was able to influence most people to agree that the implementation of this tradition was packaged into a festival. The Banjar Kaja Sesetan community feels that they need a new model in the implementation of this tradition so that it has more selling value and is better known than before. The Banjar Kaja community, Sesetean, has unconsciously been hegemony by capitalist ideology so that it has unconsciously agreed to transform the tradition from spontaneity into a festival. By reason of the progress of the era and tourism, this tradition is considered to have high economic value so that it should be used as a cultural festival. The cultural industry does not eliminate the sacred value of this tradition, but by turning into a festival with various packages that satisfy the people present, resulting in the loss of the authenticity of the tradition, there has been an unconscious uniformity in the implementation of this tradition.
Ida Bagus Ary Indra Iswara, Putu Praba Santika, I Nyoman Saputra Wahyu Wijaya
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 59-66; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i2.39

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The Balinese language which is used in daily life on the island of Bali has experienced a shift in usage so it needs to be preserved. In an effort to preserve the Balinese language and script, the Provincial Government issued Bali Governor Regulation Number 20 of 2013 and Regulation number 1 of 2018. I Made Suatjana submitted a proposal that the Balinese script be included in Unicode to make it easier to display Balinese script on digital media. Cokorda Rai Adi Pramartha developed keyboards or keyboards and an application called [email protected] to facilitate typing Balinese characters on computer devices. Computer equipment is slowly becoming obsolete, replaced by mobile devices used by 53.03% of users in Indonesia, so it is necessary to build a Balinese script keyboard that can be used on mobile devices. PaTik Bali is built for mobile devices with Android operating system. PaTik Bali layout is adapted to [email protected] keyboard layout. PaTik Bali version 1.0 only uses the Balinese script on each keyboard key. In version 2.0 each button on PaTik Bali has been added Latin letters because of the large number of entries on the Google Play page. Based on data recorded on the Google Play Console, there are 41,820 devices that have installed the Balinese Keyboard (PaTik Bali) application, 99.19% are from Indonesia. In general, the PaTik Bali application can be accepted in the community, this can be seen from the average rating given by users on Google Play which is 4.27 on a scale of 5. However, some users complain about the incorrect form of letters. The PaTik Bali application uses fonts that have been embedded in the Android operating system so that it can be used as a keyboard in other applications. This font still has enough problems. To fix this problem, it is necessary to develop the Balinese font then ask Google as an Android developer to enter the new font into the Android operating system.
Anak Agung Ngurah Agung Wira Bima Wikrama
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i1.34

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General election is a tools or facility in implementing democracy which is carried out directly, publicly, freely, confidentially, honestly and fairly. This is in accordance with the principle of democracy, namely from the people, by the people, and for the people as mandated by Article 1 paragraph 2 of the 1945 Constitution. The election is believed to be only as one instrument to encourage the democratic process. Because the increase of mature democracy will reduce injustice and make people's lives more secure in their freedom and encourage the creation more a fair. However, democracy which is carried out through general election in Indonesia now adays is not democracy and the general which is election very suitable for Indonesia. Indonesia has a democratic style mechanism and only exists in Indonesia. Indonesian democracy has been very clearly stated in the 4th principle of Pancasila, which is popularly led by wisdom in deliberation/representation. For this reason, awareness is needed by state leaders and elected board members to be able to understand and explore the values and spirits of Indonesians style democracy. So that Indonesians democracy is getting closer to the spirit and body of Indonesias people.
Kadek Dwita Apriani
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 11-20; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i1.35

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This study is to see the effect of tail suits on the political choices of Balinese people who are known to have the highest identification of political parties in Indonesia ahead of simultaneous elections (pemilu serentak) in 2019. The method used is quantitative research methods with 1,120 respondents spreading across all regenciess/cities in Bali. The sampling technique applied was multistage random sampling, so the margin of error was 3%. The results of this study indicate the tail coat effect present in the community which has a strong identification of political parties. It's just that the tail coat effect reads smaller than ID party in the political choices of the Balinese people.
Wayan P. Windia
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 219-226; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.33

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Bali has changed. The world is no longer partially controlled by men but there are forms of marriage where both the bride and groom act as purusha (the power of patriarchy) or have the same rights and obligations between them. This qualitative study found that the number of bride and groom couples in Bali who choose the form of marriage "pada gelahang" (having the same rights and obligations), from year to year tends to increase. The background or main reason for choosing the form of the marriage is to continue the regeneration. There are three principles or attitudes of life that need to be held and respected so that the marriage achieves prosperity and happiness forever (find a forever happiness), namely paksa, lasia, and satya.
Solihin Solihin, Kanah Kanah
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 207-218; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.32

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Cultural tourism of Bali was supported by the existence of tourist objects or village activities, including the existence of the tourist village of Batuan, Sukawati, Gianyar that was flooded by tourists. This paper discusses the existence of tourist attraction at ‘Pura Batuan’ as multicultural education and growing entrepreneurship of the local people around the tourist object of “Pura Desa Batuan”. The research data was collected through observation, document study and interviews with 8 informants: visitor and top leader of Batuan Village and researcher of Balinese culture. Data analysis was carried out descriptively, qualitatively by applying stakeholder and cultural commodification theory. The results of the study show that the cultural heritage of Pura Desa Batuan had become part of the main tourist attraction in the tourist village of Batuan, Sukawati, Gianyar Regency which attracts tourists. Its existence has become a vehicle for multicultural education, strengthening the cultural traditions of the people and entrepreneurship of the Balinese people in the local village.
I Wayan Gede Suacana
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 181-98; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.30

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The implementation of local governance involves not only the detachment from the shackles of central hegemony, the implementation of decentralization and regional autonomy policies, and the level of empowerment of civil society, but also attention to the ongoing conditions of the transition to democracy in people's lives in the region. Debureaucratization policy is one of the prerequisites for the implementation of good governance. The application of this policy requires the existence of a regional bureaucratic structure that can guarantee that there will be no distortion of aspirations coming from the community and avoid abuse of power. Debureaucratization requires that local governments can be more adaptive to changes and dynamics of society. Thus the bureaucracy will be more just and in favor of the sovereignty of the people so as to prioritize the interests of the people in a professional, proportionate and efficient manner. Debureaucratization practices and decentralization policies have become the main determinants that influence the dynamics of change for the realization of regional governance.
I Ketut Wiana
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 169-180; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.29

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Sad Kerti is six kertis or kertihs (noble behavior) which consists of atma, samudra, wana, danu, jagat, and jana. It is a Hindu concept that is very basic and meaningful and challenging to realize in reality. The six are the basis of this life. Realizing this, the government of Bali, through the new Governor and the new Deputy Governor, has built a comprehensive plan through the paradigm of "Nangun Sad Kerti Loka Bali" which is full of challenges and hopes to build Bali in the next five years. This qualitative article shows that the sad kerti is relevant to be implemented in the development of contemporary Bali that requires its ecological, social and cultural-religious touch. In this way, the well-being of the Balinese people by birth and mind is believed to be achieved as planned. All parties, both the government, the private sector, and the (Balinese) people are actively involved in working together to make it happen.
I Wayan Suarna
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 199-206; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i3.31

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With the enactment of a global agenda known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), all local governments must mainstream the environment in various government programs and policies. The mainstreaming is carried out because of the increase in anthropogenic activities which are predicted to have an impact on the existence of development and the environment. The Province of Bali has a variety of traditional wisdom that has significantly contributed greatly to environmental services and the provision of environmental services. However, increasing population growth has the potential to reduce environmental quality because of the excessive exploitation of natural resources without taking into account the sustainability of Bali's natural resource functions that have limitations. Related to this, the sensitivity and alignments of the environment that were patterned in the SDGs from various stakeholders need to be improved in an effort to build togetherness to conduct environmental management holistically.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 73-94; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.24

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The practice of democracy is not the same as as its theory. People's sovereignty is often derailed by power-hungry political elites. Even though people in the Reform era are no longer expected to only play a limited role or merely as a giver or renew political legitimacy or as mere objects of political activity. It is worried because the practice of electoral democracy is felt further away from the spirit of democratic principles. There is still widespread behavior that justifies any means that is contrary to the values and principles of democracy, such as: politicization of SARA (suku, agama, ras, antargolongan) or politics of identity, criminalization of political opponents, dissemination of hoaxes, hate speeches, and intimidation, unneutral state apparatus, or election organizers, practices of money politics, sound auction and bribery, document forgery and manipulation of operating procedures. As a result, elected leaders often do not serve the people. All policies taken are often biased in the interests of the ruling elite or the interests of investors, and tend to be very minimal even without involving the people. In the future bad practices should not be continued and should be replaced by a shared commitment to establish substantial democracy by upholding law and justice. Stop the electoral democracy is only a lip-service of a five-year democratic party and must have a real contribution to the improvement of the nation. Electoral democracy must be an arena of healthy competition to get someone who is qualified and able to be a leader in an effort to realize common goals of just prosperity. If it fails to uphold a substantial democracy in everyday political life, then it does not only mean the castration of people's sovereignty or the failure of democracy alone, but the destruction of the Republic of Indonesia will be at stake.
Dewa Putu Mantera
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 95-108; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.25

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The general elections to choose regional leaders in the province of Bali is mandated by Undang-undang Nomor 10 Tahun 2016 tentang Pilkada (Law Number 10 Year 2016 about local leader election). Pilkada (pemilihan kepala daerah) or the local leader election based on the principle of democracy, they are “direct, general, free and secret, honest, and fair (langsung, umum, bebas dan rahasia, jujur dan adil or luberjurdil)” based on Pancasila and the 1945 constitution. Pilkada is the responsibility of the central government and local government so that the community can actively exercise their suffrage and obtain comprehensive information on the stages, profiles or figures, and capacity of Paslon (pasangan calon, the candidates). Selection of regional heads simultaneously in 2018 in the Province of Bali has been running safely, orderly, and successful so it is expected to produce a good Bali leader. This year the election is to choose the Governor and Vice Governor of Bali, the Bupati and Wakil Bupati (the head and vice head of the regency) in Gianyar Regency and Klungkung Regency.
Wayan Windia
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 125-144; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.27

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Basically subak is a farmer-managed irrigation system in Bali. It is an entity managing some sites of rice field, getting irrigation water from one source, having subak temple, and getting an autonomy of internally and externally. It also has some natural bounderies. Subak as a socio-cultural institution has some strengths. But subak is very weak because of external intervention. The globalization (competition, pragmatism, materialism, etc) highly influences the subak existence. Now, irrigation water for subak is taken by tourism sector as water drinking industry and by the domestic used. Therefore water for subak is limited. Also, the land tax (pajak bumi dan bangunan) is very high, because the number of tax is based on rice fileld location. That is why land conversion in Bali is very high, about 750 ha/year. The problems and threats of subak in Bali are coming from tourism sector, green revolution concept, free trade, and biotechnology development. To increase the defensiveness and sustainability of subak needs a strategic policy in relation with parhyangan (values) aspects, pawongan (social) aspects, and palemahan (physical) aspects.
I Wayan Sudana
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 109-124; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.26

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Population is a capital in a development of a country but on the other side, it is also a problem for the development if the population is not well managed. A big amount of population will be potential to provide human resources. Such a big amount will be a great market for the domestic production but it will need the provision of foods, shirts, houses, jobs, and facilities of education, health, etc. This thing happens in Bali because this island is an international popular destination. In the post-reform (reformasi Indonesia), Bali population growth in 1998 has increased. This is caused by several factors, namely: TFR increase, positive net migration, and decreased mortality. There are many potential negative impacts that can arise because of the population problems due to the increase in the rate of growth. Therefore, in development, the population must be paid more attention, because in essence in the development of the population is as the subject and object. The development should be able to improve the welfare of the inhabitants either inborn or in a just and sustainable way
Made Putra Suryawan
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 145-152; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i2.28

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In the Government Regulation Number 23 Year 1982 concerning irrigation, in Article 1 (h) it is affirmed the meaning of "Subak", namely as a socio-agrarian customary law community, being religious that has historically grown and developed as an organization in the field of water use at the farm level. Subak cannot be separated from food plantation and agricultural land, "krama subak" and its relationship with the Creator of the universe (the God). Subak in Bali is based on the philosophy of "Tri Hita Karana" which can be seen as a system because subak contains three main components, namely "parhyangan (God), pawongan (man), and palemahan (nature), which are closely related to each other. "Tri Hita Karana" consists of components of human relations with God / creator, human relations with humans, and human relations with their natural environment. In subak irrigation cannot be separated from food cropland, so that sustainable agricultural land will have an impact on subak's sustainability in Bali.
Dewa Made Indra
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.1

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Mount Agung in Karangasem Regency is one of the volcanoes in Bali. This mountain is in the path of the Pacific Ring of Fire. Towards the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2018, the mountain which is highly purified by the Balinese Hindu community are erupted. Although the eruptions were not as large as in 1963, thousands of people during 2017 were displaced not only around Karangasem Regency but also in some others in Bali. This qualitative study found that, until the eruption in 2017 and 2018, Mount Agung is said to be still in a state of disaster. For that reason, there are still residents who reside less than 4 kilometers from the peak of Mount Agung lived in refugee camps. Nevertheless, in general the problem of evacuation can be said to have been going well.
I Made Wimas Candranegara, I Putu Eka Mahardhika, I Wayan Mirta
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 21-30; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i1.36

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Millennials generations are valuable assets owned by the Indonesian people. The number of generations reaching approximately 35% now makes every politician interested in getting feedback from this generation. The millennial generation currently has a very broad momentum, one of which is in terms of political participation in Indonesia. The activity of this millennial generation is able to change the direction and pace of Indonesian politics towards being identical to this generation's habit. His appearance to be active in political participation today has changed Indonesia's political paradigm a lot. Young figures with very different communication styles compared to their predecessor's style make this millennial generation has its own distinctive characteristics and colors in the Indonesian public sphere. Besides that Indonesia, which is currently entering the gate of industrial revolution 4.0, must certainly adapt to the pace of the era and change the paradigm of a very fast generation especially in 2030 Indonesia will experience a demographic bonus, so that readiness and maturity in the political world for the millennial generation is very important to prepare since early.
Ekapria Dharana Kubontubuh
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 41-46; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i1.38

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Waste becomes an environmental problem in Bali and requires attention immediately. Plastic waste is the second largest component in waste generation in Bali, which very harmful to health and threatens Bali tourism. Plastic waste production in Bali reaches 268 tons every day and only 29.4% of plastic waste is disposed of to landfills. While 44.5% of plastic waste is not processed so that pollutes the environment especially the river and the sea. The Bali Provincial Government realize the dangers of plastic waste and tried to limit generations by issuing regulations that limit the generation of plastic waste. Due to the regulation, it is expected to reduce the generation of plastic waste up to 60-70% so that it can improve environmental quality and have a positive impact on the quality of life and public health as well as Bali tourism. One important point is that being free from plastic will lead Bali into a clean and green island.
I G.A.A. Dewi Sucitawathi, I Wayan Joniarta
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 2, pp 31-40; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v2i1.37

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Women's political participation in the political stage has increased, one of which is due to the creation of the 2003 Election Law which regulates the quota of women legislative candidates at least 30 percent. The emergence of regulations that open wide avenues for women to take part in politics, in fact, is inversely proportional to the conditions of women cadres in Bali. In Bali, women who succeed in sitting in the district / city legislature can be counted by fingers. From the 2004 to 2014 elections, no more than 10 percent of Balinese women succeeded in gaining positions in the regional legislature. The number of Balinese women who participated was relatively large, but after voting (elections), only a few managed to win. So that this raises the phenomenon of Balinese female cadres being only used as a tool to fulfill the quota of political parties without being given the knowledge, motivation and fighting spirit to take careers seriously in the world of practical politics.
I Wayan Nurjaya, , I Nyoman Kanca
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 53-66; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.10

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Increasingly competitive competition among tourist accommodation providers, encourage the star hotel management and villas in Kuta to provide special services to their guests. In fact, such kind of services will lead to a concept of tourism called ”quality tourism”. This paper is a qualitative research. Its data collection was done through document study, observation, and in-depth interviews with 11 informants, consisting of five villas’s star hotel liners, three hotel and villa’s guests, and three observers of Bali tourism business. The result of the study shows that the excellent services to the guests provided by villa and hotel management in Kuta is the implementation of the concept of sapta pesona, done at the stage of pre-arrival service, reception service, housekeeping service, and food & bevarage. The impact of this excellent services gives tourist loyalty and revisit, reinforces the positive image of Bali tourism, and supports the sustainability of accommodation services and tourism business. In general, the excellent services for hotel and villa guests in Kuta has supported the efforts to realize the quality tourism in Bali. Innovations to improve the quality of service for hotel and villa guests are needed according to the development and demands of the tourism market.
Igpb Sasrawan Mananda,
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 27-52; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.9

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The concept of mass tourism has two seasons namely high season and low season to determine the number of tourist visits each year. Therefore the tourism industry tries to conduct a vigorous promotion by carrying out activities that can bring tourists to stay in one tourist destination. One of the activities that entrepreneurs do in the low season is to conduct activities called MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibitions). This research uses qualitative analysis technique by applying the participatory principle involving MICE stakeholders, destination manager, travel agent managers, and tourists. Ubud Village as a tourist destination which has potential for MICE activities has not had a convention bureau. This is due to the characteristics of the tourists who come to Ubud and the needs required by the tourism industry managers which are different from other tourist destinations in Bali such as Badung regency and Denpasar municipality. During this time, the implementation of activities of MICE is dominated by incentives tourism activities (56.57%), exhibitions (31.72%), and meetings (11.71%). The SWOT results concluded that Ubud Village is still S > W and O ≥ T thus requiring an internal consolidation, but seeing O ≥ T, has potential for further development. Development strategy were using grand strategy which make the results such as growth, dominance, and maximum investment.
Aa Gede Yuniartha Putra
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.7

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Bali tourism that already has such a large name in the global context. As a result of the development of tourist visits, various tourism facilities were established such as restaurants, artshop, art market, entertainment centers, and recreation places in the tourist destination and around tourist attractions. Tourism in Bali is very meaningfull to the tourism industry and local communities. However, this international tourist destination has problems here and there. This study finds that the problems faced are tourism destinations, tourism institutions, tourism marketing, and tourism industry. The problems have been handled significantly. Nevertheless, in the future, it is hoped that tourism will be increasingly enhanced in all its respects so that this business will also increasingly provide welfare for all involved.
Jurnal Bali Membangun Bali, Volume 1, pp 22-26; https://doi.org/10.51172/jbmb.v1i1.8

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Village tourism in Indonesia is known as desa wisata which in English means tourism village. Gramatically the right one is the village tourism. That is why the two terms (wisata desa and desa wisata) is used synonimously in Indonesian context. This qualitative study found that the substance is that the village tourism is a business run by local villagers. So that, such kind of tourism is the one with the basic of community-based tourism or CBT. In Bali, the tourism itself as well as the CBT is a practice of paradigm which is popularly known as tri hita karana or THK. THK itself is a very basic concept in Bali which includes the relationships among God (parhyangan), people (pawongan), and environment (palemahan). The success of the village tourism depends on the succes of the THK implementation in such a tourism.
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