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The main focus of this chapter is on the possibilities of management change as a response to a philosophy arising from worldwide consideration of sustainable development. It begins with a general overview of what is meant by sustainable development. It then goes on to examine the notion of...

Author(s)
Farrell, B.
Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Tourism alternatives: potentials and problems in the development of tourism., 1992, pp 115-134
Abstract

The impact of tourism on the Tongan economy is examined along with the problems associated with the advent of mass tourism. Deep-seated economic problems induced by a growing indigenous and tourist population have almost engulfed the tiny islands of Tonga. Tourist money seemingly promises a...

Author(s)
Urbanowicz, C. F.
Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Citation
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., 1989, Ed. 2, pp 105-117
Abstract

The Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC) is located in the community of Laie, Oahu, forty miles from Waikiki. In the past 10 years PCC has emerged as the second most popular visitor attraction in the state with paid gate attendance in excess of $1 million per year. Visitors can participate in dinner,...

Author(s)
Stanton, M. E.
Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Citation
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., 1989, Ed. 2, pp 247-262