Emerging transdisciplinary theory on tourism research: A case from Bali

I. Putu Anom, I. Gusti Agung Oka Mahagangga, Ida Bagus Suryawan, Yohanes Kristianto, Dan Nuruddin

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This study discusses the conceptual conversion and related research of Bali in the past, present, and future. A transdisciplinary paradigm has been applied in an effort to position tourism as a science. Studies using philosophies that position tourism as a science have been limited. The focus of research has instead been the development of tourism as an industry in Badung Bali. The case of Badung is the focus and locus of this study due to its position as a central tourist destination. This study uses a systematic inductive method in the form of grounded theory as the method for its qualitative research. Transdisciplinary practices of Badung, Bali are discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)390-404
Number of pages15
JournalInternational Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2020


  • Cultural tourism
  • Socioanthrotourism
  • Tourism morphosis


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