DISASTER-TOURISM GOVERNANCE AT VOLCANO TOUR MERAPI IN SLEMAN REGENCY INDONESIA
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The management of disaster-tourism affairs is impossible for local governments, private and community involvement is a necessity. The three stakeholders have their respective advantages and disadvantages. In this connection, collaboration is needed among the three parties. This study aims to find out how far collaboration can increase acceleration in disaster-tourism management. Through descriptive method, it can be concluded that if disaster-management management is done collaboratively involving government, private and community, it can increase acceleration in the face of disaster and post disaster to cover the limitations of each stakeholder. If the involvement of government, private and community is done proportionally it can produce relations with varying intensity. The intensity of a very high relationship exists between private parties and the public. From these conclusions can be given recommendations to stakeholders that to further increase the intensity of the relationship needs to be done collaboration transformation, as well as the government can place itself as a facilitator and regulator because the most intense relationship occurs is between private and community.