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Since the 1990s, the participation of Indigenous peoples in tourism has been fostered as part of global development policies to address rural poverty in Latin America. In this article, our aim is to examine the promotion of indigenous tourism in relation to multicultural transformations and...
This paper is concerned with the concept and practice of rural community capacity-building (CCB) within the context of sustainable tourism. Issues are discussed with specific reference to a Chinese village located in the Wulingyuan World Heritage Site (WHS). The results of the CCB initiative...
The paper examined how family moral support influenced the performance of women entrepreneurs involved in craft tourism in Southern Africa. Relativist ontology and subjectivist epistemology were adopted to understand the rural women entrepreneurs' experiences and perspectives. The stakeholder...
This article provides evidence for viewing medical tourism through the lens of transborder theory in order to analyze the variation in access to health care for populations who share the US-Mexico border/lands. Using digital ethnography methods, we examine medical tourism at the US-Mexico...
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