Ecotourism: An Introduction

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Acknowledgements

A number of people have been instrumental in helping to shape the ideas found in this book. My initial interest in ecotourism was nurtured by Paul Eagles and Bryan Smale at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Both provided unique perspectives on recreation and tourism which enabled me to build an objective view of the relevance and place of ecotourism in society. Thanks are extended to R.W. Butler, whom I was fortunate to work with. Dick challenged me to broaden my understanding of tourism, beyond ecotourism, and its application to geographical phenomena. More recently, David Weaver (Griffith University) and David Malloy (University of Regina) have been wonderful colleagues over the past four years. Ralph Nilson at the University of Regina deserves acknowledgement for providing me with a great deal of flexibility during the initial preparation of the book. Finally, Curt Schroeder and Nicole Choptain deserve thanks for helping in the collection of information for this book.

Outside of academia, and most importantly, I wish to acknowledge my family, who provided endless support and encouragement throughout the writing of this book (and in all

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Plates x
  • Figures xii
  • Tables xiv
  • Case Studies xvi
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgements xix
  • Chapter 1 - The Nature of Tourism 1
  • Chapter 2 - Ecotourism and Ecotourists 29
  • Chapter 3 - Natural Resources, Conservation, and Parks 65
  • Chapter 4 - The Social and Ecological Impacts of Tourism 99
  • Chapter 5 - From Policy to Professionalism 131
  • Chapter 6 - The Economics, Marketing, and Management of Ecotourism 161
  • Chapter 7 - Ecotourism Development 203
  • Chapter 8 - The Role of Ethics in Ecotourism 245
  • Chapter 9 - Conclusion 269
  • Bibliography 283
  • Index 311
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