Ecotourism, 2nd Edition
March 2008, ©2007
Ecotourism is a high yield tourist category within the national
tourism industry and issues such as site planning and development,
operator obligations and best practice, strategic management and
the role of indigenous communities have become crucial professional
and industry considerations.
2 Emerging Markets
3 Ecotourism Environments
4 Ecological Impacts
5 Economic and Socio-cultural impacts
6 Ecotourism as a Business
7 External Environments
8 Organisations and Policies
9 Selected Environments and Activities
10 Ecotourism World Survey
- Focus on best practice for planning and strategic management of ecotourism venues
- Integrated discussion of the role of local and indigenous communities (balance, respect, knowledge) in ecotourism management
- Inclusion of field surveys and research activities
- Extensive use of literature from fields other than tourism studies
- Recognition of 'hard' and 'soft' varieties of ecotourism
- Pedagogical features include:
- Chapter vignettes that profile relevant industry experiences and issues. In the Field presents relevant issues from fieldwork research and Practitioner's Perspective profiles issues, experiences both successful and failed, relevant to ecotourism and sustainability.
- End of chapter questions that build student understanding of the concepts and test knowledge
- End of chapter comparative case studies examine topical and industry issues. They are ideal for tutorial review or for assignment activities.
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