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PURPOSE AND LIMITS OF THE BOOK
TOURISM AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY SUBJECT
KEY THEMES AND KEY WORDS
TOURISM AND GEOGRAPHICAL IMAGINATION
LAYOUT OF THE BOOK
GLOBALISATION AND SUSTAINABILITY
TOURISM IN A SHRINKING WORLD
Box 2.1 A powerhouse of revenue
Box 2.2 Tourism as a global phenomenon
SUSTAINABILITY AND GLOBAL CHANGE
Box 2.4 The Brundtland definition of sustainable development
Box 2.5Have mouse, will travel
Box 2.6 Tourism on the internet
THE POWER JIGSAW
CONCLUSION
POWER AND TOURISM
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THIRD WORLD TOURISM
TOURISM AS DOMINATION
Box 3.1 The ‘new imperialism’
ALTERNATIVE CRITIQUES FOR ALTERNATIVE TOURISM?
Box 3.8 Elements of a new tourism critique
Box 3.9Global porters
Box 3.10 Focus on truck travels
Box 3.11 Where thieves prosper
Box 3.12 Weekending in El Salvador
THE GROWTH IN MASS TOURISM
Box 4.3 The growth of tourism in Zimbabwe and Eastern Africa
RESULTING PROBLEMS AND THE RISE OF NEW FORMS OF TOURISM
Box 4.4 Slow boats to China replace lager louts
TERMINOLOGY
Box 4.5 Indications of the growth in new forms of tourism
Box 4.6 An A to Z of new tourism terminology
DEFINING THE ‘NEW’ TOURISM
THE PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABILITY IN TOURISM
Box 4.7 Criteria often used for sustainability in tourism
Box 4.9Social divisions in the Bay Islands of Honduras
Box 4.10 Agenda 21 and tourism
THE TOOLS OF SUSTAINABILITY IN TOURISM
WHITHER SUSTAINABILITY IN TOURISM?
CLASS, CAPITAL AND TRAVEL
Box 5.1 Tourists, tourism and pollution
Box 5.3 Ecotourists: a personal profile
Box 5.4 The Explore Team: tour leader profiles
A NEW CLASS OF TOURIST?
Box 5.7 Tales of the unexpected
THE SCRAMBLE FOR THIRD WORLD DESTINATIONS
Box 5.8 Too good for tourists
Box 5.9 A view from the Third World
Box 5.10 Paradise lost: Bali and the new tourist
Box 5.11 Class versus mass tourism
Box 5.12 Keeping tourists at bay
Where shall we save next?
NEW SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS
ENVIRONMENTALISM AND NEW TOURISM
Box 6.1 What is biodiversity?
Box 6.2 He’s destroying his own rainforest…
Box 6.3 WWF bankrolled rhino mercenaries
Box 6.4 Conservation and imagination: clash on the environment
ENVIRONMENTALISM AND POWER
Box 6.5 Tourism development in Mexico
SIZE AND STRUCTURE
Box 7.3The Association of Independent Tour Operators (AITO)
REDEFINING SUSTAINABILITY
Box 7.5 The Green Globe scheme
Box 7.7 Green Horizons Travel
Box 7.8 Forum for the Future
Box 7.9 British Airways’ environmental strategy
NEW PERSONNEL AND NEW FEATURES OF THE NEW TOURISM INDUSTRY
Box 7.10 Lifestyle Explorations—Third World for sale
Box 7.11 The Illusig family in Costa Rica
Box 7.12 OPIC’s Ecotourism Award
Box 7.15 Ecopaz travel/study seminar
Box 7.16 The Adventure Travel Society and its annual congress
LOCAL PARTICIPATION IN DECISION-MAKING
Box 8.1 The curse of the tourism industry
Box 8.2 Finca Sonador, Costa Rica
Box 8.3 Recruiting a PRA team for Ecuador
Box 8.4 An illustration of the Delphi technique
Box 8.5 Types of tourist carrying capacity
GOVERNMENT CONTROL/COMMUNITY CONTROL
Box 8.7 A photo-tourism partnership in the CAMPFIRE scheme
Box 8.8 Cruising round the Choco and Kuna
DISPLACEMENT AND RESETTLEMENT
Box 8.9 Displacement of the Maasai
Box 8.10 Cashing in on the silver-backed gorilla
Box 8.11 Of gorillas and people
VISITOR AND HOST ATTITUDES
Box 8.13 The cultural effects of trekking
Box 8.14 Tourists and tribal peoples
THE POLITICS OF TOURISM
ASSESSING THE POLITICS OF TOURISM
Box 9.2 Guatemala’s protected areas
TOURISM AS POLITICS
GLOBALISATION AND THE POLITICS OF EXTERNAL INFLUENCES
Box 9.4 The World Bank and IMF
Box 9.5 Origins of the debt crisis
Box 9.7 The Charter for Sustainable Tourism
SUSTAINABLE TOURISM AS POLITICAL DISCOURSE
Box 9.9 Like any other business
Box 9.10 Recent tourism developments in Costa Rica
NEW FORMS OF THIRD WORLD TOURISM
GLOBALISATION, SUSTAINABILITY AND TOURISM
SUSTAINABILITY AND POWER
NEW TOURISM, NEW CRITIQUES, NEW RESEARCH
RESEARCHING NEW TOURISM
WHITHER NEW FORMS OF TOURISM?
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