This work offers a cross-analysis of the development of tourism in Bali, combining international and intercultural (from Indonesian, French, Australian and English researchers), transdisciplinary and inter-generational research. It questions the capacity of tourism, to be a vector of sustainable development, by analyzing its various social, economic and environmental effects within Balinese society. As such, it represents not only a great research tool, but a fantastic teaching aid. Each chapter comes with its own bibliography, and thus acts as a standalone case study, while making a contribution to the overall thrust of the book.
- Being Balinese in the Face of Tourism // Michel Picard and Adrian Vickers
- The Globalization of Tourism in Bali: A Shared Destination for Diversified Practices and Representations // Sylvine Pickel Chevalier, Philippe Violier, Asep Parantika and Ni Putu Sari Sartika
- From Agricultural to Tourism Hegemony: A Deep Socio-Economic Structural Transformation // I Komang Gde Bendesa and Ni Made Asti Aksari
- Can Sustainable Tourism Favor a Fairer Development in Bali? The Case of Buleleng (Northern Bali) // Putu Devi Rosalina and I Nyoman Darma Putra
- Can Tourism Enhance “Nature” in Bali? Moving Towards a New Paradigm, through the Interculturation Process // Sylvine Pickel-Chevalier
- The THK Awards as an Example of Combining Balinese Spirituality and Sustainable Tourism Development: A Case Study // I Ketut Budarma
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