https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/sdr/issue/feed Sustainable Development Research 2022-04-23T11:44:06+08:00 Alex Jones sdr@ideasspread.org Open Journal Systems <p style="background: white; line-height: 14.25pt;"><em>Sustainable Development Research</em> (SDR) (ISSN 2690-9898 E-ISSN 2690-9901) is an international and cross-disciplinary scholarly, open access journal of environmental, cultural, economic and social sustainability of human beings, which provides an advanced forum for studies related to sustainability and sustainable development. It provides an academic platform for professionals and researchers to contribute innovative work in the field.&nbsp;</p> https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/sdr/article/view/1033 Community Empowerment in Culinary Tourism as Sustainable Rural Development 2022-04-19T09:57:55+08:00 Adhi Iman Sulaiman adhi.2005unsoed@gmail.com Sri Pangestuti sri.pangestuti@unsoed.ac.id Toto Sugito toto.sugito@unsoed.ac.id Ahmad Sabiq ahmad.sabiq@unsoed.ac.id <p>The development of economic institutions through business groups and Village-Owned Enterprises has become the foundation of the economy at the regional, urban and national levels. The study used the qualitative Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) method to identify community problems and potentials and understand deeply the situation of a community. The research targets are the Soto Klamud Business Group and the Peanut and Seed Economic Business Group which are located in the Toyareja Village, in Purbalingga. which can be used as examples of success in other research locations, namely the Kartadesa Village Owned Enterprise in Sambak Village, Kajoran District, Magelang Regency of Central Java. The data is collected through interviews, documentation, observation, and Participatory Decision Making (PDM). In addition, the informants have decided purposively namely the management of business groups and village-owned enterprises, village governments, and customers. The study used qualitative data analysis by collecting data, reducing, categorizing, verifying, triangulating, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that: (1) The process of developing socio-economic engineering in business groups must be supported by universities or academics and social institutions as activists who sustainably care about community empowerment by conducting counseling, training on institutional and business management as well as marketing, and assisting with access to partnerships. (2) Sustainable development in culinary tourism can be realized through empowerment programs such as counseling, training, and mentoring for the younger generation to become successful entrepreneur.</p> 2022-04-12T00:00:00+08:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://j.ideasspread.org/index.php/sdr/article/view/1050 Significance of Blooms Taxonomy in Tartary Education A Case Study in the Maritime Industry 2022-04-23T11:44:06+08:00 Lalih Edirisinghe lalith.edirisinghe@cinec.edu Sampath Siriwardena edirisinghe@cinec.edu Lakshmi Ranwala edirisinghe@cinec.edu <p>The maritime education is a modern, highly technical, professional discipline. The shipping industry requires a workforce with a great deal of skill, knowledge and expertise. Modern ships are equipped with very sophisticated toots, but having great tools is not productive unless the employees know the best way to use them. Unlike in most job tasks ashore, seafarers need high level of competence to ensure safe, secure and clean shipping industry. This paper discuss about the significance of Blooms Taxonomy in the maritime education and training. The action words of the revised taxonomy considers the cognitive processes to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and training methods. The verbs used in this taxonomy refers to the intended cognitive process that the trainer expects as the result of the educational activities.</p> 2022-04-23T00:00:00+08:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##