Residential Tourism and Multiple Mobilities : Local Citizenship and Community Fragmentation in Costa Rica

@inproceedings{Noorloos2013ResidentialTA,
  title={Residential Tourism and Multiple Mobilities : Local Citizenship and Community Fragmentation in Costa Rica},
  author={Femke van Noorloos},
  year={2013}
}
  • Femke van Noorloos
  • Published 2013
Current patterns of ―move-in move-out‖ hypermobility are perfectly exemplified by residential tourism: the temporary or permanent mobility of relatively well-to-do citizens from mostly western countries to a variety of tourist destinations, where they buy property. The mobility of residential tourists does not stand alone, but has broader chain effects: it converts local destinations into transnational spaces, leading to a highly differentiated and segmented population landscape. In this… CONTINUE READING

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