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Azarya, V. (2004). Globalization and international tourism in developing countries: Marginality as a commercial commodity. Current Sociology, 52(6), 949-967. doi: 10.1177/0011392104046617

In this article Azarya discuss about the effects which were brought by globalization to international tourism that related to local culture and local economy. The writer use data mainly gained from World Tourism Organization to explained globalization made tourism grow rapidly in a decade and also use his own research to show some changes in local areas. These researches mainly focus on East Africa such as Kenya and Tanzania. The article is useful to my presentation because Azarya give some examples of most of wild animals and local people suffered negative influences from tourists. The main limitation of the article is that it is not very objective when the author using his own experience in Africa to discuss positive impacts on local people. Therefore, Azarya said it needs more comparative research to prove that native people will also be beneficial from tourism. This article give lots of information about tourism industry in developing countries which help me not only focus on local economy but also on local culture and wild animals.

Udaya Sekhar, N. (2003). Local people's attitudes towards conservation and wildlife tourism around Sariska Tiger Reserve, India. Journal of Environmental Management, 69(4), 339-347. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2003.09.002

In this article Udaya provide some statistics to show native people’s attitudes about PAs (protected areas) and the influences about wildlife tourism in STR (Sariska Tiger Reserve), India. Udaya use statistics primarily gained from questionnaire that was collected from 18 villages to get an overview of local people’s attitudes towards wildlife tourism in STR and their opinions about conservation. Their research was conducted in the semi-arid region of Rajasthan in the northeast of India. The article is useful to my point of...
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