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Tourism : change, impacts, and opportunities "Tourism and moral conduct", pp. 242-244.
1. Introduction -- 2. Frameworks -- 3. Understanding change -- 4. Economic consequences -- 5. Environmental consequences -- 6. Social consequences -- 7. Sustainable developments -- 8. Conclusions.
"'Tourism: Change, Impacts and Opportunities' provides a comprehensive and balanced discussion of the impacts of tourism. The authors address the nature of tourism and tourists and the economic, physical and social impact that can result from their activity. New approaches to impact assessment are also considered. A wide range of examples from developed and developing countries illustrate the points raised in the text." -- Publisher's website.
Call Number: 338.4791 WALL
Tourism : the key concepts "Sex tourism", pp. 185-187.
"...offers a comprehensive collection of the most frequently studies concepts in the field. Within the text, key terms, concepts, typologies and frameworks are examined in the context of the broader social sciences, blending together theory and practice to explore the scope of the subject. Terms covered include: authenticity, destination management, geographies of tourism, hospitality, LGBT tourism, mobility, planning, society and culture, sociology in tourism, tourism strategy. Each entry contextualizes, defines and debates the concept discussed, providing an excellent starting point for those studying tourism for the first time, and a quick reference for those who are more experienced. With case studies, examples and further reading throughout, this text will be invaluable for all undergraduate and postgraduate tourism students."--Cover.
Call Number: 338.4791 TOUR
Tourism ethics Chapter 11 deals with sex tourism.
1. Introduction -- 2. Human nature -- 3. The basis of ethical discourse -- 4. Application of ethics -- 5. The nature of politics and economics -- 6. The business side of ethics -- 7. Ethics and the natural world -- 8. Broad-based concepts and issues in tourism -- 9. Codes of ethics -- 10. Models and methods of moral reasoning -- 11. Case study analyses -- 12. A moral tourism industry? -- App. WTO global code of ethics for tourism.
"Tourism Ethics applies moral concepts and issues to some of the most vexing tourism dilemmas of the day, through an analysis of a wide variety of ethical systems and theories. In doing so, the book examines both historical and current moral research from disciplines such as biology, psychology, anthropology, and philosophy. The book concludes with the introduction of a conceptual framework which provides a foundation for further research, planning and the management of tourism."--BOOK JACKET.
Call Number: 174.991 FENN
The Code (short for “The Code of Conduct for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation in Travel and Tourism”) is an industry-driven responsible tourism initiative with a mission to provide awareness, tools and support to the tourism industry in order to prevent the sexual exploitation of children.
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