Sustainable Tourism as Forms of Disciplinary Acts

Published: 6 November 2023| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/hjh5j2j6j4.1
Reinaldo Rafael


This dataset is the translated version for paper submission "Sustainable Tourism as Forms of Disciplinary Acts", originally created in Bahasa Indonesia. This document consists both original data and its' interpretation of: 1. UNWTO's Global Code of Ethics in Tourism; 2. Regulation of The Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia (Permenparekraf), No. 9 of 2021; 3. Regulation of Regional Government of Bali (Perda Bali), No. 5 of 2020; 4. Regulation of Bali Governor (Pergub Bali), No. 28 of 2020; 5. Regulation of Bali Governor (Pergub Bali), No. 52 of 2021; 6. Tri Hita Karana Awards and Accreditation Guidebook for Accessors; 7. EarthCheck Destination Standard v.3.0; 8. Implementation Report on Sustainable Tourism Activities, a document of Indonesia Sustainable Tourism Council (ISTC) assessment on Nusa Dua Tourism Complex, managed by Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC); 9. Melia Hotel Bali's Report on Sustainable Tourism Activities. 10. Interview Transcript with Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation; 11. Interview Transcript with Nusa Dua Beach Hotel; 12. Interview Transcript with Bali Government Tourism Offce.


Steps to reproduce

Step 1: As a reference, provide the original, unedited data in Microsoft Excel. This is accomplished by copying each phrase (or two) into a merged cell, with each cell assigned a unique reference number (1, 2, 3, etc.). To facilitate cross-referencing, the table should retain the original document's header content. In addition, depending on your reading direction, the result of this step should be placed at the left or right end of the table. This dataset is built from the left to the right. Step 2: Provide an interpretation for each data point in the following column. Provide a reference number for each interpretation based on the data, preferably with a combination of different characters (1a, 1b, 1c, 2a, 2b, etc.) to highlight the correlation between the data and the interpretation. This will generate a step-by-step examination of the analysis progression. Step 3: Identify the correlation between interpretations in the following column, usually by their resemblance. This correlation is stated in a brief sentence, which is commonly referred to as "Open Coding". Step 4: Repeat the process in the following column. This would result in the creation of "the coding of open coding," also known as Focused Coding or Axial Coding, in order to enable Fairclough's relational analysis in a critical discourse analysis.


Universitas Udayana


Sustainable Tourism, Critical Discourse Analysis