Proceedings of 1st International Conference of Law and Justice - Good Governance and Human Rights in Muslim Countries: Experiences and Challenges (ICLJ 2017)

Application of Customary Law in Improving Economic Welfare of Adat Village Community: a Case study of tourism economic potential of Adat Village in West Java

Authors
Helza Nova Lita, Eman Suparman, Renny Supriatni, Dadang Epi
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Helza Nova Lita
Available Online November 2017.
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https://doi.org/10.2991/iclj-17.2018.25How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Adat Village; Tourism Economic;
Abstract
Adat Village is one of the tourism economic potential that has huge potential to be developed. West Java has a community of indigenous peoples who are gathered in the "adat village" where a daily life order that is still based on cultural values as ancestral heritage. The ancestral cultural values are still applied to the social life of citizens in adat village. The unique life of the inheabitants caused these traditional villages to be popular as tourist destinations and was a delight in learning the art of living.This article aims to define how the review of customary law systems is particularly relevant to the economic field for the improvement of the economic and social welfare of indigenous peoples, particularly in West Java, including contributions as tourist destinations. The method used to analysis is normative juridical with analytical descriptive. Normative research emphasizes research on library data, or secondary data through legal principles, customary rules ,the law of tourism and intelectual property right (IPR). The Result of Reseacrh show that The adat village community in West Java still implements local wisdom as the cultural heritage of its ancestors. Forms of local wisdom that appear in the form of prohibitions or cling to the phrase "pamali", preserving nature with the existence of sacred forest / banned. The problem faced is that the culture of traditional society does not recognize copyright. The cultural values of the local community do not recognize individual ownership of a work in the field of science, literature and art. Government cooperation has an important role in the maintenance of recognize copyright of cultural values of the adat village communities, such as literature, local languages, script, arts, archeology, history, and traditional values that supports the income and economic welfare of local communities
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AU  - Dadang Epi
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