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Título: Sustainability in coastal tourism using DPSIR with community perception to manage complexity in an adaptive social-ecological system
Autor: Rempel, Jeffrey Michael
Orientador: Newton, Alice
Rees, William
Palavras-chave: Teses
Turismo sustentável
Zona costeira
Data de Defesa: 2009
Resumo: The implications of the concept of ‘sustainable tourism’ are not clearly defined as they relate to Northern Vancouver Island leading to difficulties in tourism planning. A solution to this problem will be presented through a novel approach to tourism management using a combination of Factor Analysis, Adaptive Management, and a modified DPSIR (Driver- Pressure, State, Impact, Response) framework, based on community perception. The approach will provide a pragmatic framework for sustainable tourism development and is especially applicable when recognizing the complex and adaptive nature of tourism as a social-ecological system. This analysis will focus on sustainable tourism theory actualization at a regional scale (Northern Vancouver Island, BC, Canada). The identified latent variables (factors) indicate a common origin of impact perception, thus factors can be used to identify common pressures in the causal nexus to develop proactive and long-term responses. Recommendations are made for government regulators and tourism operators that recognize the need for continuous improvement through the inclusion of adaptive management for sustainable development of coastal tourism.
Descrição: Dissertação mest., Gestão da Água e da Costa, Universidade do Algarve, 2009
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/394
Designação: Mestrado em Gestão da Água e da Costa
Aparece nas colecções:UA01-Teses

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