Probleme Des Nachhaltigen Tourismus Am Titicacasee In Per

Author: Stefan Siehl
Publisher: diplom.de
ISBN: 383249555X
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Probleme Des Nachhaltigen Tourismus Am Titicacasee In Per from the Author: Stefan Siehl. Inhaltsangabe:Problemstellung: Wenn von Nachhaltigem Tourismus als zukunftsorientierte Form des Ferntourismus die Rede ist, so stellt sich zuerst einmal ein Definitionsproblem dar. Das gilt nicht unbedingt für die theoretischen Anforderungen, die an das ambivalente Gebilde des Nachhaltigen Tourismus gestellt werden, denn diese sind im Allgemeinen sehr konform. Was jedoch die Schwierigkeit der Thematik ausmacht, ist eher die Praxis, der im Speziellen betrachtete Einzelfall. In ganz konkreten touristischen Destinationen1, wie am Titicacasee, muss permanent entschieden werden, wo die Grenzen der Nachhaltigkeit liegen: Welche Formen des praktizierten Fremdenverkehrs werden einer zukunftsorientierten und ressourcenschonenden Wirtschaftsweise gerecht und wo überwiegen ökonomische Interessen zum Leitwesen der Ökologie und der Soziokultur? Zudem ergibt sich aus der Komplexität des Ferntourismus eine gewisse Betrachtungsproblematik. Das verflochtene Zusammenspiel zwischen globaler Makroebene und lokaler Mikroebene wird von zahlreichen Entwicklungsfaktoren bestimmt, die oft nicht vorhersehbar sind. Betrachtet man auf der Makroebene eher ökonomische, politische und klimatische Faktoren mit globaler Vernetzung, so scheinen auf der Mikroebene sehr spezielle soziokulturelle, wirtschaftliche und physische Gegebenheiten in den touristischen Destinationen eine allgemeine Konzeption zu erschweren. Dieser Problematik bewusst, sollen zwei Fragestellungen den Verlauf der Arbeit bestimmen: - Kann der Ferntourismus neben seinen Belastungen auch eine Chance für Ressourcenmanagement, Naturerhaltung und Überlebensstrategien einheimischer Bevölkerungsgruppen darstellen? - Existiert in den Fallbeispielen Isla de Taquile und Península de Capachica2 eine derartige bewahrende Form von Nachhaltigem Tourismus und wo liegen die konkreten Probleme? In dieser Diplomarbeit soll es weniger darum gehen, ob sich der Nachhaltige Tourismus in den untersuchten Destinationen für die Partizipanten (insbesondere die lokale Bevölkerung) und den Schutz der Naturreservate finanziell rechnet. Angesichts der langen und bislang erfolgreichen Vermarktung des Kulturtourismus auf der Isla de Taquile und dem sich mittlerweile wirtschaftlich lohnenden naturtouristischen Gewerbe in Llachón (auf der Halbinsel Capachica) steht dies nicht zwingend zur Diskussion. Der Schwerpunkt der Arbeit liegt vielmehr darauf, welche Probleme in der Planung, Organisation und Durchführung des Tourismus in den [...]

The Rough Guide To Ecuador

Author: Harry Adès
Publisher: Rough Guides
ISBN: 9781843531098
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The Rough Guide To Ecuador from the Author: Harry Adès. In addition to options in all price ranges for dining and accommodations, this guide features practical information on Ecuador's history, culture, indigenous peoples, and environmental issues. of color photos. 44 maps.

Indigenous Ecotourism

Author: Heather Zeppel
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845931254
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Indigenous Ecotourism from the Author: Heather Zeppel. Drawing on case studies from Pacific Islands, Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia, this book examines ecotourism enterprises controlled by indigenous people in tribal reserves or protected areas. It compares indigenous ecotourism in developed and developing counties and covers cultural ecotours, ecolodges, and bungalows, hunting and fishing tours, cultural attractions and other nature-based facilities or services.

Critical Issues In Ecotourism

Author: James E. S. Higham
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0750668784
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Critical Issues In Ecotourism from the Author: James E. S. Higham. Identifies and addresses critical issues in ecotourism. This book provides the reader with contributions from international scholars that address issues of relevance; incorporating scientific insights in specialised fields of research, for example, identifying and protecting critical habits where tourists engage with endangered species.

The Community Tourism Guide

Author: Mark Mann
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317854659
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The Community Tourism Guide from the Author: Mark Mann. The "Community Tourism Guide" will lead you to a new type of holiday. Tribal people and rural villagers in Africa, Asia, Australia, North and South America and the Pacific islands are setting up their own tours: tours from which they, and not the international hotel chains, derive some income. For the traveller, they offer uniquely exciting opportunities, far from the usual tourist ghettos, and they are based on fair trade, benefiting local communities and giving them hope of a better future. Written by Mark Mann for Tourism Concern, Europe's leading ethical tourism organization, the Guide brings together the pick of these holidays. It describes hundreds of different holidays in many of the most beautiful places around the world, with full contact details and a range of further useful information. Chosen by Tourism Concern, and not available through conventional travel agents, they promise uniquely rewarding experiences to the adventurous and those concerned about the impacts of their visits.

World Mapping Today

Author: Bob Parry
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110959445
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World Mapping Today from the Author: Bob Parry.

Maiz Y Coca Cola

Author: Diane Terezakis
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 147717284X
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Maiz Y Coca Cola from the Author: Diane Terezakis. Whether sharing knowledge attained through a sacred plant ritual, the romance she finds with a leader of the Huaorani, or the tarantulas that frighten her while she bathes, Diane Terezakis authentically shares her experiences as if unashamedly talking to a best friend. Diane’s quest for the elusive, yet eclectic state of enlightenment is an inner and outer journey, where she seeks to acquire shamanic wisdom as well as to learn about herself, and although she has a game plan in mind, Diane follows the path that the Universe governs. Part One: Civilization, chronicles the introductory voyage that takes the author through the Ecuadorian Amazon and Andes, meeting shamans she wants to return and study with, the indigenous and the gringos she befriends along the way, the scrapes she gets into, and the reflections on significant episodes in her life. In Part Two: Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru, the author’s mentor, a shaman in the Ecuadorian Andes, Dr. Valentin Hampejs, helps point the way toward other medicine men for her to supplement her studies with after her disappointing stay with the Secoya shaman, Don Cesario. Enlightening rituals with Dr. Hampejs, a romantic relationship with the Huaorani, Moi, and fun times with her quasi-cousins help balance her disappointment. Chauvinism, greed, and alcohol have marred many of the medicine men that the author finds. Journeying through the Andes while El Nino’s ravishing of roads has made travel dangerous, Terezakis precariously makes her way into the Peruvian Andes, plagued by recurring dreams with important messages that eventually lead her back home. Elixir qualities aside, inhabitants of the Amazon jungle and the Andes Mountains (symbolized by Maiz) are becoming perpetually Westernized (symbolized by Coca-Cola emblems throughout South America), and the terrain is sadly changing. Oil companies decimate the Amazon daily, and cultures in both vicinities are losing their hold. As if catching fleeting moments on film, Diane attempts, through her memoir, to immortalize the beauty of the jungle and the mountains while capturing comic moments, vulnerable, endearing episodes, thought-provoking tragedies, and painful disillusionment. Diane’s passages weave into an unforgettable scrapbook of her travels in South America.

Ecotourism And Conservation In The Americas

Author: Amanda Stronza
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1845934377
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Ecotourism And Conservation In The Americas from the Author: Amanda Stronza. Using several case studies, regional overviews and thematic analyses, this book evaluates the pros and cons of ecotourism for communities and ecosystems. Focusing on the Americas, it draws perspectives from private tour operators, non-governmental conservation and development organizations, local and indigenous communities and tourism researchers.

Ethnobiology And Biocultural Diversity

Author: John R. Stepp
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820323497
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Ethnobiology And Biocultural Diversity from the Author: John R. Stepp. The most comprehensive collection of papers in the field to date, this volume presents state-of-the-art research and commentary from more than fifty of the world's leading ethnobiologists. Covering a wide range of ecosystems and world regions, the papers center on global change and the relationships among traditional knowledge, biological diversity, and cultural diversity. Specific themes include the acquisition, persistence, and loss of traditional ecological knowledge; intellectual property rights and benefits sharing; ethnobiological classification; medical ethnobotany; ethnoentomology; ethnobiology and natural resource management; homegardens; and agriculture and traditional knowledge. The volume will be of interest to scholars in anthropology, ecology, and related fields and also to professionals in conservation and indigenous rights organizations.

The Encyclopedia Of Ecotourism

Author: David Bruce Weaver
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 0851993680
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The Encyclopedia Of Ecotourism from the Author: David Bruce Weaver. The Encyclopedia of Ecotourism provides an expert, state-of-the-art and comprehensive knowledge base of the rapidly growing global ecotourism sector. It is divided into eight major sections, and contains 41 chapters, individually authored by international researchers and practitioners in ecotourism. Each chapter combines theory and practice in a complementary way. The scope of the encyclopedia includes definitions and other contextual material, regional perspectives, venues, impacts, planning and management considerations, and issues associated with ecotourism businesses, research and training.