Surabaya’s Travelling Funfair : Local Wisdom Resistance of Urban Citizen as a Sustainable Development of Cities and Communities

Muhammad Fuad Izzatulfikri, Dwika Muzakky Anan Taturia, Savira Auril

Abstract


This study aims to determine the resistance of urban society through the travelling funfair as a part (media) of cultural space production. This research was also conducted to determine the role and function of the travelling funfair as an element of local wisdom which involved in Sustainable Development City and Communities. The method used in this study is a qualitative descriptive method and literature observations. The travelling funfair is a type of market with activities centered at night, generally in the form of commerce and entertainment. The scope of this research is the city of Surabaya, because Surabaya is one of the largest metropolitan cities in Indonesia, Surabaya is also a reference destination for urbanization of the community. The results of this study show that local wisdom in the travelling funfair acts as a medium for the production of urban, cultural and entertainment spaces.


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