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The community show: a mythology of resident responsive tourism


, : The community show: a mythology of resident responsive tourism. Tourism and sustainability: principles to practice: 323-333

A review of the literature concerning community involvement, or more precisely the involvement of community members in sustainable tourism development is conducted. It is argued that to suggest that disparate opinions between groups and individuals can be aligned towards some communal vision fails to recognize that tourism development is fundamentally different from other types of economic development.

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