By Tej Vir Singh
The publication is a landmark quantity which examines complicated tourism debates corresponding to the relevance of mass tourism, weather switch, authenticity, tourism and poverty and gradual tourism. Multidisciplinary in content material, it covers utilized points of sociology, anthropology, humanities and biosciences. The booklet is exclusive in its presentation and magnificence and should be an important source for students, teachers and practitioners.
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The lead author of the probe would finally give concluding remarks or elaborate whether or not the main argument raised by them was upheld, had failed or needed a new direction and approach for further research. Thus the chapters in the book collectively present a platform for minds to meet and unravel research-conservatism and stereotypes in tourism. It will encourage scholars to think laterally and probe the consistency of critical notions and research trends whose heuristic value is often taken for granted.
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In this perspective, the contradictions and anomalies inherent in laissez-faire conventional mass tourism, encapsulated in the self-defeating dynamics of the destination life-cycle model (Butler, 1980), led to recognition in the early 1990s of the need for, and possibility of, sustainability across the entire spectrum of tourism activities, and not just within the parameters of the small-scale ‘alternative tourism’ that was initially proffered as the best solution to resolving those contradictions.
Critical Debates in Tourism by Tej Vir Singh