Gender Equality and Tourism

Beyond Empowerment

Stroma Cole (Redaktør) ; Lucy Ferguson (Innledning) ; Daniela Moreno Alarcon (Innledning) ; Carlos Costa (Innledning) ; Marilia Durao (Innledning) ; Zelia Breda (Innledning) ; Fiona Eva Bakas (Innledning) ; Paola Vizcaino-Suarez (Innledning) ; Belen Martinez Caparros (Innledning) ; Meghan Muldoon (Innledning)

Will be an engaging and thought-provoking read to students and researchers in the areas of tourism, gender studies, development and anthropology. Les mer
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Will be an engaging and thought-provoking read to students and researchers in the areas of tourism, gender studies, development and anthropology.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1: Introduction: Gender Equality and Tourism - Beyond Empowerment 2: Gender Equality and Tourism: The Global Policy Context 3: Feminist Perspectives in the Development of Action Plans for Tourism 4: 'An Uneasy Truth?': Female Tourism Managers and Organizational Gender Equality Measures in Portugal 5: Tourism as Empowerment: Women Artisan's Experiences in Central Mexico 6: Trekking to Women's Empowerment: A Case Study of a Female-Operated Travel Company in Ladakh 7: Women and Tourism in the Township: Tourism for Empowerment? 8: Journeys of Emancipation: Disrupting Poverty in Nepal 9: Tourism and Women's Rights in Tunisia 10: Tourism Entrepreneurship and Gender in the Global South: The Mexican Experience 11: Tourism, Dolls and Dreams: The Last Generation? 12: Conclusions: Beyond Empowerment

Om forfatteren

i is a senior lecturer in Tourism Geography at the University of the West of England. Stroma combines her academic career with action research and consultancy, most recently looking at tourism and water rights in Indonesia. She is a director of Equality in Tourism and was the Chair of Tourism Concern (2006-2012). Stroma is an activist researcher critiquing the consequences of tourism development.