Viajes anteriores y destinos futuros en el estudio del turismo

  • Mark Rice Baruch College, City University of New York
Palabras clave: turismo, historia, América Latina


Este ensayo sirve para introducir el número de Apuntes sobre el turismo. En él se define el turismo, se resume la historia de su desarrollo y se revisa los debates académicos sobre su significancia y consecuencias. También se ofrece un resumen de los logros del estudio del turismo en América Latina y el Perú, se sugiere temas posibles para investigar en el futuro y se describe las contribuciones de los artículos publicados en este número de Apuntes.


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Cómo citar
Rice, M. (2019). Viajes anteriores y destinos futuros en el estudio del turismo. Apuntes. Revista De Ciencias Sociales, 46(85), 5 - 22.