IS SUSTAINABILITY AN OPTION?: EXPLORING THE ETHICAL DILEMAS AROUND DEVELOPMENT THEORY AND RATIONAL THOUGT

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IS SUSTAINABILITY AN OPTION?: EXPLORING THE ETHICAL DILEMAS AROUND DEVELOPMENT THEORY AND RATIONAL THOUGT

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Title: IS SUSTAINABILITY AN OPTION?: EXPLORING THE ETHICAL DILEMAS AROUND DEVELOPMENT THEORY AND RATIONAL THOUGT
Author: Korstanje, Maximiliano
Abstract: Development has certainly placed under debate within the fields of anthropology in these days; to some extent, two different perspectives are at odds. For one hand, liberal scholars argue that societies are located in a continuum in search for rationalization and social evolution; on another hand, neo-Marxist scholars emphasize on the belief that some countries accumulates a major grade of capital with the aim to dominate politically to others. These two conceptual forms of understanding the development have not dialogued hitherto. Under such a context, the present paper is aimed at triggering the debate of a topic which has somehow ignored by academy; the limitations and contributions of sustainability and tourism in developing countries.
Date: 2017-02-01


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