Increasingly it is argued that the growth of tourism offers a means for Third World countries to escape the confines of qunderdevelopmentq. This text explores and challenges the notion of sustainability and its relationship to contemporary tourism in the developing world. Drawing on examples from throughout the area, particularly Central America and the Caribbean, the authors trace the inception of sustainability within environmentalism and its extension into the realism of socio-cultural and economic thinking, policy and practice. Developing the relationship between a number of critical themes, from tourists and their relationships with new social movements to the impact of tourism policies adopted by national governments, the text examines a number of alternatives for the development of tourism in the Third World to progress.This text explores and challenges the notion of sustainability and its relationship to contemporary tourism in the developing world.
|Title||:||Tourism and Sustainability|
|Author||:||Martin Mowforth, Ian Munt|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1998|