Turismo comunitario y empresas de base comunitaria turísticas: ¿estamos hablando de lo mismo? (Ensayo)

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María José Fernández Aldecua

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El objetivo del documento es analizar teóricamente los constructos turismo de base
comunitaria y empresa de base comunitaria. En primera instancia, se busca determinar
la relación de ambos constructos con el desarrollo sustentable, así como su carácter
limitado y localista. También se analizan los procesos complejos implícitos en el turismo
de base comunitaria: la participación comunitaria, el empoderamiento, la colaboración y
el capital social. Se aporta una definición de empresa de base comunitaria y se determina
su vínculo con el turismo comunitario. El documento plantea algunas interrogantes cuyo
objetivo es abrir una discusión académica en torno al marco teórico que rodea estos
conceptos.

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FERNÁNDEZ ALDECUA, María José. Turismo comunitario y empresas de base comunitaria turísticas: ¿estamos hablando de lo mismo? (Ensayo). El Periplo Sustentable, [S.l.], n. 20, p. 31-74, ene. 2011. ISSN 1870-9036. Disponible en: <https://rperiplo.uaemex.mx/article/view/5020>. Fecha de acceso: 02 oct. 2022
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