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by Clive Charlton,Ian Munt,Martin Mowforth

  • ISBN: 041542366X
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Clive Charlton,Ian Munt,Martin Mowforth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge (November 17, 2007)
  • Pages: 256
  • ePub book: 1401 kb
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This book discusses the responsibility, or otherwise, of tourism activities in Latin America and the Caribbean.

This book discusses the responsibility, or otherwise, of tourism activities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Dr Martin Mowforth is a part-time lecturer in the School of Geography at the University of Plymouth where his work focuses on issues of environment, development, sustainability, natural disasters and tourism. He has been and still is an occasional development worker in the region of Central America.

Tourism and Responsibility : Perspectives from Latin America and the Caribbean

Tourism and Responsibility : Perspectives from Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Martin Mowforth, Clive Charlton, Ian Munt. His work focuses on issues of environment, transport, tourism and development. Ian Munt is an independent urban development consultant and has worked on projects with UN agencies, bilateral donors and non-governmental organisations in Central America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, and Europe.

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By: Martin Mowforth; Clive Charlton; Ian Munt. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780415423649, 0415423643.

Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781134097890, 1134097891. The print version of this textbook is ISBN: 9780415423649, 0415423643. By: Martin Mowforth; Clive Charlton; Ian Munt.

Responsible and Sustainable Tourism - Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean. The potential for further growth in economic relations between China and the Caribbean lies in trade including services, foreign investment and tourism

Responsible and Sustainable Tourism - Lessons from Latin America and the Caribbean. The potential for further growth in economic relations between China and the Caribbean lies in trade including services, foreign investment and tourism. The pattern of trade, investment and development assistance in the Caribbean is very different from that in Latin America, and therefore it is misleading to conflate the two regions and draw an inference of similarity beyond very broad trends as is the case of the literature on the economic presence of China in Latin America. The authors believe that tourism can only be adequately assessed through a consideration of how it fits into the structure of power.

This book discusses the responsibility, or otherwise, of tourism activities in Latin America and the Caribbean. It considers issues such as the reduction of poverty through tourism and the conflict between increasing volumes of air travel spent in our continuing search for pleasure and the resulting contribution to global warming.

The authors believe that tourism can only be adequately assessed through a consideration of how it fits into the structure of power. It is also argued that tourism cannot be analyzed without a consideration of its impacts on and links with development. This relationship between tourism, responsibility, power and development is explored in chapters covering both the macro and the micro level of responsibility. The authors look at methods of practising tourism responsibly or irresponsibly at the personal, company, national and international levels. The questions and dilemmas of "placing" responsibility in the tourism industry are examined throughout.

Widelyillustrating all these themes and issues with examples and case studies from throughout the sub-continent, this book will be of importance to students and academics and to the work of practitioners of development and tourism-related projects run by both governmental and non-governmental aid and development agencies.