Lecture 9

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Department
International Development Studies
Course
IDSA01H3
Professor
Leslie Chan
Semester
Fall

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thLecture 9IDSA01Wednesday November 10 2010Tourism and Development o Heritage TourismViable options for stimulated growthAmbiguous enterprise for development th Mass tourism began in the 20 century o Increased travel o Countries thought this was an appealing opportunity to strengthen their economypassport to development o Effects were ambivalent Major economic factor in the developing world o 70 in LCDsTourism leads to job creation o Provisioning the service sectorBringing in food supplies souvenirs construction managementStimulate economic entrepreneurshipTax revenuesMany infrastructures are introduced in the area because of tourist attractionsEconomic consequences inflation prices trash inequality and income disparity traffic etcHelp to conserve and protect certain areas o Environmental degradation prostitution drug rise in crimeW
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