Perceptions, Attitudes, and Interests of Halal Tourism: An Empirical Study in Indonesia

Juliana JULIANA, Amelda PRAMEZWARY, Nonot YULIANTORO, John Tampil PURBA, Rudy PRAMONO, Agus PURWANTO / Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business Vol 8 No 7 (2021) 0265–0273

Posted: 30 Jul 2021 Last revised: 30 Aug 2021

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Juliana Juliana

Universitas Pelita Harapan

Amelda Pramezwary

Pelita Harapan University

Nonot Yuliantoro

Pelita Harapan University

John Tampil Purba

Management Department, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Karawaci, Banten 15811, Indonesia

Rudy Pramono

Pelita Harapan University

Agus Purwanto

Universitas Pelita Harapan

Date Written: July 7, 2021

Abstract

The aim of this study is to analyze the correlation between concept perceptions and people’s attitudes in halal tourism, development perceptions and people’s attitudes, attitude and people’s interest, concept perceptions and people’s interest, development perceptions and people’s interest, concept perceptions and people’s interest, and development perceptions and people’s interest. The method used in this research is SEM (Structural Equation Modeling) method. The population in this study was all Banten people. The samples in this study were respondents in five districts/cities in Banten, namely Tangerang (127 respondents), Serang (63 respondents), Pandeglang (97 respondents), Lebak (69 respondents), and Tangerang City (62 respondents). The sampling technique used is cluster random sampling. The data collection method used by researchers is a survey through filling out an online questionnaire. Based on regression test results shows concept perceptions has a significant effect on people’s attitudes Development perceptions has no significant effect on people’s attitudes, the attitude has no significant effect on people’s interest, concept perceptions have no significant effect on people’s interest, development perceptions have no significant effect on people’s interest. Concept perceptions have no significant effect on people’s interests through people’s attitudes. Development perceptions have no significant effect on people’s interests through people’s attitudes.

Keywords: Perceptions, Attitudes, Interests, Halal Tourism

JEL Classification: M31, L22, L25, O16

Suggested Citation

Juliana, Juliana and Pramezwary, Amelda and Yuliantoro, Nonot and Purba, John Tampil and Pramono, Rudy and Purwanto, Agus, Perceptions, Attitudes, and Interests of Halal Tourism: An Empirical Study in Indonesia (July 7, 2021). Juliana JULIANA, Amelda PRAMEZWARY, Nonot YULIANTORO, John Tampil PURBA, Rudy PRAMONO, Agus PURWANTO / Journal of Asian Finance, Economics and Business Vol 8 No 7 (2021) 0265–0273, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3881537

Juliana Juliana (Contact Author)

Universitas Pelita Harapan ( email )

Jl. M.H. Thamrin Boulevard
Tangerang, Banten, East Java 15811
Indonesia

Amelda Pramezwary

Pelita Harapan University ( email )

Interior Design
Indonesia

Nonot Yuliantoro

Pelita Harapan University ( email )

Interior Design
Indonesia

John Tampil Purba

Management Department, Faculty of Economics, Universitas Pelita Harapan, Karawaci, Banten 15811, Indonesia ( email )

Jl. M.H. Thamrin Boulevard
Tangerang, Banten, East Java 15811
Indonesia

Rudy Pramono

Pelita Harapan University ( email )

Interior Design
Indonesia

Agus Purwanto

Universitas Pelita Harapan

Jl. M.H. Thamrin Boulevard
Tangerang, Banten, East Java 15811
Indonesia

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