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Third world experts analyse Third World tourism



Third world experts analyse Third World tourism



Third World people and tourism Approaches to a dialogue: 43-71



The first of the 5 papers, International rural tourism - a perspective (Diatta, pp.43-46) describes a successful tourism project in Senegal where local villages have undertaken the autonomous management of camping sites. Profits are ploughed back into local development. Why can tourism spark off development? (Ziadi, pp.47-51) outlines the lack of communication between tourism and development: Third World countries have often expected tourism development to play the role of industry in Europe.

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