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TOURISM AND SUSTAINABILITY DEVELOPMENT, GLOBALISATION AND NEW TOURISM IN THE THIRD WORLD THIRD EDITION LIST OF CONTENTS (LONG VERSION) Foreword to third edition Acknowledgements List of figures List of tables List of boxes List of abbreviations 1 INTRODUCTION Purpose and limits of the book Tourism as a multi-disciplinary subject Key themes and key words Tourism and geographical imagination Layout of the book 2 GLOBALISATION, SUSTAINABILITY, DEVELOPMENT Tourism in a shrinking world Uneven and unequal development Sustainability and global change Development and the Third World Conclusion 3 POWER AND TOURISM Power play The political economy of Third World tourism Tourism as domination Alternative critiques for alternative tourism? Conclusion 4 TOURISM AND SUSTAINABILITY The growth in mass tourism Resulting problems and the rise of new forms of tourism Terminology Defining the 'new' tourism The principles of sustainability in tourism Agenda 21 and sustainable development in tourism The tools of sustainability in tourism Whither sustainability in tourism? 5 A NEW CLASS OF TOURIST: trendies on the trail Class, capital and travel A new class of tourist? The scramble for Third World destinations Conclusion 6 SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANISATION: where shall we save next? New socio-environmental movements Environmentalism and new tourism Environmentalism and power Conclusion 7 THE INDUSTRY: lies, damned lies and sustainability Trade and tourism Size and structure of the industry Re-defining sustainability New personnel and new features of the new tourism industry Conclusion 8 'HOSTS' AND DESTINATIONS: for what we are about to receive ... Local participation in decision-making Government control / community control Displacement and resettlement Visitor and host attitudes Conclusion 9 CITIES AND TOURISM: guess who¿s coming to town? Urbanisation as the antithesis of development Cities as economic machines Recycling places: heritage and the urban poor Pro-poor city tourism? Slum tourism: aestheticising the poor or taking control? Conclusion 10 GOVERNANCE, GOVERNMENTS AND TOURISM: selling the Third World The politics of tourism Assessing the politics of tourism Tourism as politics Globalisation and the politics of external influences Sustainable tourism as political discourse Conclusion 11 NEW TOURISM AND THE POOR: Making Poverty History? Understanding poverty The Millennium Development Goals and tourism Pro-Poor Tourism Migration and remittances Human security Conclusion 12 CONCLUSION Key themes and key words New forms of Third World tourism Globalisation, sustainability and development Sustainability and power New tourism, new critiques Whither new forms of tourism? Notes Appendix 1 Travel and tourism-related websites Appendix 2 Websites relating to carbon budgets and carbon offsetting References Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Tourism -- Developing countries.
Sustainable development -- Developing countries.