2 edition of Economic aspects of displacement in publicly assisted tourism projects found in the catalog.
Economic aspects of displacement in publicly assisted tourism projects
S. R. C. Wanhill
1995 by [University of Wales, Cardiff, School of Consumer Studies, Tourism & Hospitality Management] in [Cardiff] .
Written in English
Title from cover.
|Contributions||University of Wales. College of Cardiff. School of Consumer Studies, Tourism & Hospitality Management.|
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Development-induced displacement is a social problem affecting multiple levels of human organization, from tribal and village communities to well-developed urban areas. Development is widely viewed as an inevitable step towards modernization and economic growth in developing countries; however, for those who are displaced, the end result is most often loss of livelihood and impoverishment.
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