The third edition of this classic volume integrates the idea of balancing tourism with protection of the resources upon which it depends. The text stresses the role of the community, identifies potential pitfalls, and raises issues of developmental ethics. It includes topics such as environmental impact, sustainability, and ecotourism. Special emphasis is given to the growing need for business to implement environmental protection and ecological integrity as an essential part of economic development. The book is filled with many sketches, functional diagrams, and photographs.
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Table of ContentsForeward Preface 1.Tourism:Positive and Negative 2.Politics and Ethics 3.Tourism Function:Demand 4.Tourism Function:Supply 5.Attractions:First Power 6.Destination Development 7.Spatial Patterns 8.Techniques, Processes, and Guides 9.Conclusions and Principles 10.Gallery of Examples Appendix A: Code of Ethics for Tourists Appendix B: Code of Ethics and Guidelines for Sustainable Tourism