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Title: Bisnis Seni Kerajinan Perak di Desa Celuk: Pemanfaatan Modal dalam Dinamika Berwirausaha
Authors: Singgalen, Yerik Afrianto
Keywords: capitals;pierre bourdieu;habitus;field;practice;simbolic capital;social capital;culture capital;economic capital;silver souvenir industry;migrant
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Magister Studi Pembangunan Program Pascasarjana UKSW
Abstract: Silver Souvenir Industry in Celuk village has developed rapidly along with the development of tourism sector in Bali. Every years, the number of foreign tourists visiting Bali increased. Meanwhile, the habits of tourists who come to Bali, always take the time to shop for souvenirs before returning to the area of origin. Bali has a diversity of souvenir, made of wood, stone and silver. In general, silver souvenirknown as the popular souvenir which produced in Celuk, Bali.Sustainability of the silver souvenir industry in Celuk, supported by the alignment between entrepreneurs and craftsmen. This study disscuss an issue about business recilience, emphisize the entrepreneur's ability to develop and maintain silver souvenir businesses deal with crises. Businessmen and artisans in Celuk consist of migrants and the host. This study use the perspective of Pierre Bourdieu on habitus, field and capitals (social capital, cultural, economic and symbolic) as framework in order to describe the empirical experience of the host and migrants as artisans and entrepreneurs when pioneering, developing and maintaining silver souvenir business in Celuk village. This research indicate the existence of limited access of migrants to capitals, so migrants only has an opportunity to take advantages from social and cultural capitals to start their business, developing and maintaining their business. Unlike the case of the host, who can take advantage of the social and cultural capital when started, utilize economic capital when developing the business, and use symbolic capital to maintaining the business. Capital sutilization are different, between the host and migrants from Bourdieu perspective, it showed the presence of a seizure for resources (capitals) in the realm, and form a new structure of habitus which cause inequality in social stratification as the dominant and subordinate. Thus, this study confirms Pierre Bourdieu's theory of habitus, field, capitals through empirical experience of entrepreneurs and artisans craft the silver in Celuk village.
URI: http://repository.uksw.edu/handle/123456789/12756
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