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The impact of private game farms on local community development
Nature-based and wildlife tourism is a growing economic sector with associated increases in privately protected areas. The history of South Africa suggests a conflicting relationship between privately-owned game farms ...
Between theory and practice : A conceptualization of community based tourism and community participation
(Loyola College of Social Sciences, 2015)
Tourism in general and community-based tourism (CBT) in particular is important in the overall development discourse in which political ideology and philosophy have a role to play. This paper, using a thorough desk top ...
Community-based tourism and pro-poor tourism: dissimilar positioning in relation to community development
(CUT Free State, 2015)
This paper proposes community-based tourism (CBT) as an alternative to conventional and pro-poor tourism (PPT) as a means to alleviate poverty and facilitating the development of disadvantaged (poor) community members. The ...
Are ‘Albergo Diffuso’ and community-based tourism the answers to community development in South Africa?
(Taylor and Fancis Online, 2016-05-26)
Conventional mass tourism shortcomings have facilitated the origin of alternative forms of tourism such as community-based tourism (CBT). Lately, another form of tourism known as ‘Albergo Diffuso’ (AD) has also been mentioned ...
Community-based tourism in rich and poor countries : towards a framework for comparison
(African Journals Online, 2015-12)
This article is conceptual based on a perusal of academic journal articles and books on matters related to Community-based Tourism (CBT). It contends that CBT is a very important tool for local economic development, community ...
Community-based and pro-poor tourism: Initial assessment of their relation to community development
Alternative forms of tourism development from its conventional approach such as community-based tourism (CBT) and pro-poor tourism (PPT) are proposed to be specifically relevant to alleviate poverty and facilitate the ...