16 edition of Rethinking tourism and ecotravel found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-168) and index.
|LC Classifications||G155.A1 M388 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 181 p. :|
|Number of Pages||181|
|ISBN 10||1565490665, 1565490657|
|LC Control Number||97015016|
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: CABI Get Books "This volume reviews indigenous ecotourism as a special type of nature-based tourism and examines the key principles of conservation and community benefits from indigenous-owned and operated ecotourism businesses or joint ventures. Follow us on Twitter and keep up to date with the very latest on what we're doing with
About this Item: Centrum Press, Contents 1 Traveller Tourist and the Debate 2 Fragile Places Fragile People 3 Freedom Under Scrutiny 4 Sustainability and Tourism 5 Management Approaches 6 From Policy to Professionalism 7 Management of Ecotourism 8 International Community and Site Perspectives 9 The other Side of Leisure 10 Vacations and TravelingA fine aim that probably few of . CHAPTER 7 Below the Surface: The Impacts of Ecotourism in Costa Rica by Sujata Narayan Introduction. Originally conceived in the ’s in response to declining environmental and economic conditions throughout the Developing World, ecotourism is described as tourism that has a low-impact on the environment, contributes to the local economy, engenders cross-cultural exchange, and fosters.
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"One of the Best Alternative Travel Books of ""Mass tourism erodes local economies, consumes environments and propels local people headfirst into a global economy over which they have no influence or control. Deborah McLaren has produced a powerful exposé of the giant tourism industry and provides much needed advice on alternatives."Price: $ RETHINKING TOURISM AND ECOTRAVEL offers little in the way of hope or solution.
It is a value in that it presents a picture of an inadequate response to the abuses of the tourism industry and supporting governmental bodies, but it is useless as a guide to actually "rethinking" or restructuring the industry or the mindset of the by: Rethinking Tourism And Ecotravel book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A fully revised and comprehensive overview of the history /5(6).
* Exceptional overview of the tourism industry worldwide* Case studies of indigenous people’s responses to tourism development* Detailed listing of tourism and ecotourism resourcesThis is a fully revised and comprehensive overview of the history and global development of tourism--one of the largest industries in the world.
Despite promising great benefits to hosts and guests alike, tourism. Read this book on Questia. • Exceptional overview of the tourism industry worldwide • Case studies of indigenous people's responses to tourism development • Detailed listing of tourism and ecotourism resources This is a fully revised and comprehensive overview of the history and global development of tourism--one of the largest industries in the world.
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It’s global. It’s got money. It’s powerful. This second edition provides updated information on global tourism and examines how local communities in different parts of the world, especially indigenous peoples, have responded to the challenges and opportunities that tourism and ecotravel brings.
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Rethinking tourism and ecotravel: the paving of paradise and what you can do to stop it by McLaren, Deborah, Publication date TopicsPages: Back in the s, when Non-governmental Organisations still had integrity and critical tourism studies largely focused on criticising tourism with its multitude of negative impacts, Deborah McLaren presented her first edition of Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel.
Deborah knew what she talked about; she was first a Director of the Rethinking. Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel (Book Review) Tourism is said to be the world’s largest industry.
It’s global. It’s got money. It’s powerful. Increasingly it is in less developed areas. And it may not be as benign as you might think. Getting it "right" is a tough challenge for tourists and eco-travelers. An illustration of an open book.
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Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel by Deborah McLaren,Kumarian Press edition, in EnglishCited by: Prologue: a personal journey --An overview of tourism --The promises of tourism --Guests and hosts: disillusioned with paradise --Tourism development in the local community --Rethinking ecotravel --Ecotravel issues for a new century --Rethinking tourism.
Responsibility: Deborah McLaren. More information: Book review (H-Net). Photo: Rethinking Tourism Deborah McLaren’s Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel takes on the most pressing issue in the tourism industry today – how too often ecotravel destroys both natural resources and local cultures. But there are alternatives – if we care to pause and reflect – and that is what the author does in this book.
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It examines many of the emerging, as well as established, themes and. Get this from a library. Rethinking tourism and ecotravel. [Deborah McLaren] -- An overview of the history and global development of tourism. This second edition provides updated information on global tourism and examines how local communities in different parts of the world.
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Embed. Edit. Last edited by Clean Up Bot. Janu | History. An edition of Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel () Rethinking tourism and ecotravelPages: McLaren’s book on Rethinking tourism and ecotravel was a sustained critique of the various negative impacts of tourism and she went on to lead NGOs concerned with Indigenous rights in tourism (the Rethinking Tourism Project and Indigenous Rights in Tourism International).
There were also academic analyses offered by analysts such as Turner. Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel: McLaren, Deborah: Books - Skip to main Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart.
Books. Go Search Hello Select your address Author: Deborah McLaren.Dark tourism (also Thana tourism, black tourism, morbid tourism or grief tourism) has been defined as tourism involving travel to places historically associated with death and tragedy.
More recently, it was suggested that the concept should also include reasons tourists visit that site, since the site's attributes alone may not make a visitor a "dark tourist".Rethinking Tourism and Ecotravel, Second Edition Deborah McLaren.
ISBN: $ / pages/LC: A Kumarian Press Book "Mass tourism erodes local economies, consumes environments, and propels local people headfirst into a global economy over which they have no influence or control. have responded to the.