Tourism, Hope and Peace: A counter-discourse in Palestine

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Abstract

Tourism is often viewed as a phenomenon that brings out the worst in human nature. Self-interest, overuse of resources, injustice and cultural erosion are but a few examples. This book explores the contrasting view that tourism can be a pathway to hope and happiness. The chapters address areas including wellbeing, positive psychology, hopeful tourism, mindfulness, peace, responsible tourism and spirituality. The volume examines the role of tourism in preserving natural wonders and architectural masterpieces, bringing out the best in tourists and locals and adding economic value if planned, developed and managed sustainably. It will be a useful resource for students and researchers in tourism, psychology and philosophy
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTourism as a Pathway to Hope and Happiness
EditorsT.J. Singh, R. Butler, D.A. Fennell
PublisherChannel View Publications
Pages185-201
Number of pages17
ISBN (Electronic)9781845418564
ISBN (Print)9781845418557
Publication statusPublished - 2022

Publication series

NameAspects of Tourism
Volume96

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