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Is Overtourism Overused? Understanding the Impact of Tourism in a City Context
In less than two years, the concept of overtourism has come to prominence as one of the most discussed issues with regards to tourism in popular media and, increasingly, academia. In spite of itsExpand
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Slum Tourism: Developments in a Young Field of Interdisciplinary Tourism Research
Abstract This paper introduces the Special Issue on slum tourism with a reflection on the state of the art on this new area of tourism research. After a review of the literature we discuss theExpand
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Is small beautiful? Understanding the contribution of small businesses in township tourism to economic development
The increased importance attached by policy-makers to the anticipated developmental effects of tourism in developing countries has been insufficiently examined by academic researchers, particularlyExpand
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Slum tourism: state of the art
This article provides a view on the state-of-the-art literature on slum tourism. It points to the rapid growth of slum tourism research in recent years and highlights the main avenues that researchExpand
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No time for smokescreen skepticism: A rejoinder to Shani and Arad
Shani and Arad (2014) claimed that tourism scholars tend to endorse the most pessimistic assessments regarding climate change, and that anthropogenic climate change was a “fashionable” and “highlyExpand
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Presentation of UNWTO Report ‘Overtourism? Understanding and managing urban tourism growth beyond perceptions’
– 11 strategies and 68 measures to help understand and manage visitors’ growth in cities. – Tourism development and management in cities needs to be part of the wider urban agenda. – There is noExpand
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“You know that's a rip-off”: policies and practices surrounding micro-enterprises and poverty alleviation in South African township tourism
ABSTRACT Supporting the development of small tourism businesses has been seen by policy-makers as a valuable means of alleviating poverty in South African townships. This perspective has beenExpand
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