Nicole Frey's research while affiliated with University of Cape Town and other places

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The global threat of climate change, diminishing natural resources and significant socio-economic inequalities is forcing companies and individuals to evaluate the impact they are having on the natural, social and economic environments. This trend has led to an increased availability and demand for socially, environmentally and economically respons...
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The global threat of climate change, diminishing natural resources and significant socio-economic inequalities is forcing companies and individuals to evaluate the impact they are having on the natural, social and economic environments. This trend has led to an increased availability and demand for socially, environmentally and economically respons...

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... In the 1980s, another dimension was studied as Responsible Tourism (Burrai, 2019) (Goodwin, 2019). It looked at subjective perspective, focusing on various stakeholders such as visitors, residents, local operators, and governmental agencies (Burrai, 2019) (George R., 2010). The latest in the field is the term "tourist phobia", first used by the Spanish anthropologist Delgado in 2008 (Egresi, 2018) (Mantecón, 2018). ...
... The literature fully describes the two-faced role of tourism in the sustenance of delicate environments, communities, and cultures [24][25][26]. Concern for the environment and the negative effects mass tourism can have if uncontrolled have meant that sustainable tourism is attracting a great deal of attention [27]; moreover, this new mode of tourism allows people to travel independently, safely and in comfort [28]. Protected zones are a powerful way of managing land use, for sustainable development, and for nature conservation [29], although seeking to comply with conservation objectives and the resulting arbitration of land use may cause conflict [29]. ...