Tourism and Inequality: Problems and Prospects

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Overview

Providing a synthesis of tourism as a source of injustice and as a means to address inequality throughout the world, this book addresses a wide range of interrelated forms of inequality and routes towards social justice. It includes relations of class, nation, ethnicity, race, gender, disability and age to social justice initiatives such as poverty alleviation, fair trade, ethics and human rights. It is a useful resource for students of tourism and tourism management, as well as industry professionals and policy makers.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Overall, the volume is very well-written and not only discusses the contribution of tourism to inequality, but also analyzes how the industry can contribute to reducing inequality. Secondly, it analyzes tourism induced inequalities from differ-
ent perspectives, providing the reader with a broad and in-depth knowledge on the subject."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781845936624
  • Publisher: CAB International North America
  • Publication date: 12/28/2010
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Stroma Cole is at the University of the West of England, UK.

Nigel Morgan is at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK.

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Table of Contents

Part I: Inequalities for consumers
1. Tourism, Disability and Mobility
2. Tourism and Visual Impairment
3. Equal Access for All? Regulative Mechanisms, Inequality and Tourism Mobility

Part II: Inequalities for producers
4. Sex Tourism and Inequalities
5. Access and Marginalisation in a Beach Enclave Resort
6. Fair Trade in Tourism - a Marketing Tool for Social Transformation?
7. Tourism and Human Rights

Part III: Prospects for reducing Inequalities
8. Social Tourism for Low-Income Groups: Benefits in a UK and Irish Context
9. Tourism and Welfare: Ethics, Responsibility and Well-being
10. Pro-Poor Tourism - Can Tourism Contribute to Poverty Reduction in Less Economically Developed Countries?
11. Urban Beaches as Social Tourism Installations: Case Studies of Paris Plage and Bristol Urban Beach
12. Justifying Tourism: Justice Through Tourism

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