CSR FIELD OF CULTURE: PRESERVING THE CULTURE IS NOT ENOUGH WITH DANCE ONLY

  • Ratna Wijayanti Daniar Paramita STIE Widya Gama Lumajang
  • Noviansyah Rizal STIE Widya Gama Lumajang
  • Muchamad Taufiq STIE Widya Gama Lumajang
Keywords: Cultural CSR, fostered studio, fund flow, implementation model

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to create a model for the flow of CSR funds in the cultural sector to preserve the culture of Osing, Banyuwangi. Observations were made on three art studios that were used to implement the resulting model, namely the Laros Wangi art studio, the Sopo Ngiro Gandrung studio and the Kampoeng Batara reading garden studio. A local company that distributes CSR funds in the cultural sector is Warung Kemarang. This research is a qualitative study using an ethnographic approach. Data were collected from three art studios as fostered studios and one local company as a channel for CSR funds in the Cultural Sector. Furthermore, observations will be made on the implementation of CSR funding in the cultural sector. The results of this study concluded that implementing the distribution of CSR funds in the Cultural Sector through the assisted studios was more effective and the impact felt directly by the assisted studios. Fostered studios that do not have the equipment and equipment as well as a place to practice can take advantage of the facilities and infrastructure provided by the company to channel CSR funds in the cultural sector. Likewise with companies, the distribution of CSR funds through the fostered studio model provides more concrete evidence of the company's participation in preserving corporate culture and social responsibility.

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Published
2020-09-26