Tourism, sovereignty and supranationalism in a changing world : experiences from islands and coastal areas
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Title: Tourism, sovereignty and supranationalism in a changing world : experiences from islands and coastal areas
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Language: en
Creator: Thimothy, Dallen J.
Publisher: Université des Antilles et de la Guyane
CEREGMIA : Centre d'études et de recherche en économie, gestion et modélisation informatique appliquée
Publication Date: 2011-01-27
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Subjects / Keywords: Sovereignty
Supranationalism
Regional cooperation
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General Note: This paper examines the notion of sovereignty in an ever-changing postmodern world and its implications for tourism. New spaces have been created, old spaces have been united, and traditional barriers have been torn down. These and other manifestations of globalization are particularly poignant in island and coastal destinations. Empirical examples will be provided from Europe, North America, the Caribbean, and the Arctic to illustrate shifting notions of absolute sovereignty into supranationalist associations, cross-border cooperative relations, and in some cases, more austere extremes in asserting state sovereignty. All of these changes have salient implications for tourism from planning, marketing, and policy perspectives.
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Related Items: Conférence Internationale du Tourisme "The changing world of coastal, island and tropical tourism", 27-29 janvier 2011. Université des Antilles et de la Guyane, campus de Schoelcher, Martinique

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