Identifikasi Peubah Sosial Penentu Keberhasilan Pelestarian Jalak Bali (Leucopsar rothschildi Stresemann, 1912)
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Bali mynah (Leucopsar rothschildi Stresemann, 1912) is a critically endangered endemic species currently confined only in Bali Barat National Park. Conservation within and outside their natural habitat is necessary, one of such through captive breeding program. This research was intented to identify the variables influencing the performance of bali mynah conservation in captive breeding programme. Research was conducted at Sumberklampok Village from February to March 2013 using direct observation and interview methods involving 19 members of breeder organization and 60 non members, who were selected using random sampling. Respondents’ characteristics, cultural variables and bali mynah preservation variables were observed. Data was analyzed using chi square test ran on SPSS version 20. Results showed that cultural variables were significantly correlated with preservation variables. Folklore about bali mynah, knowledge of bali mynah, participation in captive breeding organization and income had significant correlations with length of period in conducting captive breeding. The research further concluded that the determinant societal variables in achieving successful bali mynah preservation could be categorized as economic and cultural variables.