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Tazim Jamal   Dr.  Senior Scientist or Principal Investigator 
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Tazim Jamal published an article in November 2016.
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Rob Hales

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Ulrike Gretzel

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Texas A&M University

Blanca A. Camargo

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Hanyoung Go

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Texas A&M University

Kyunghee Lee

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Texas A&M University

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Performative justice: New directions in environmental and social justice Rob Hales, Tazim Jamal Published: 01 November 2016
Geoforum, doi: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2016.09.014
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OTHER 1 Read 0 Citations References Ana María Munar, Tazim Jamal Published: 31 May 2016
Tourism Social Science Series, doi: 10.1108/s1571-504320150000022019
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Article 1 Read 7 Citations An Integrated Approach to “Sustainable Community-Based Tourism” Tek B. Dangi, Tazim Jamal Published: 13 May 2016
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su8050475
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Two rich knowledge domains have been evolving along parallel pathways in tourism studies: sustainable tourism (ST) and community-based tourism (CBT). Within both lie diverse definitions, principles, criteria, critical success factors and benefits sought or outcomes desired, advocated by different stakeholders ranging from quasi-governmental and non-profit organizations to public-private sector and academic interests. This poses significant challenges to those interested in theory building, research and practice in the sustainable development and management of tourism. The paper builds on a previous article published in Sustainability by presenting an integrated framework based on a comprehensive, in-depth review and analysis of the tourism-related literature. The study reveals not just common ground and differences that might be anticipated, but also important sustainability dimensions that are lagging or require much greater attention, such as equity, justice, ethical and governance issues. A preliminary framework of “sustainable community-based tourism” (SCBT) is forwarded that attempts to bridge the disparate literature on ST and CBT. Critical directions forward are offered to progress research and sustainability-oriented practices towards more effective development and management of tourism in the 21st century.
BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Equity Blanca A. Camargo, Tazim Jamal Published: 01 January 2016
Encyclopedia of Tourism, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-01384-8_257
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Equity is a key principle of sustainable tourism that addresses fairness in access, use, and distribution of goods and benefits from tourism development, to meet the needs of both current and future generations. Initiated by the United Nations, the World Commission on Environment and Development (commonly referred to as the Brundtland Commission), addressed the issue of equity in its influential report on sustainable development, Our Common Future (WCED 1987). It entails not only inter- and intra-generational equity in development but also equity between the North and the South. Acknowledging historic inequalities in development and resource use between the Western world and the lesser developed nations, the commission called for the “poor to get the fair share of the resources required to sustain growth” and their effective participation in decisionmaking processes so they can enforce their common interest (1987: 8,47). Following this, the notion of “sustainable tourism” also advocate ...
BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Phenomenology Tazim Jamal Published: 01 January 2016
Encyclopedia of Tourism, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-01384-8_145
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Broadly speaking, phenomenology is the study of lived experience. It has a rich tradition that evolved significantly with the works of German and French philosophers in the twentieth century. Edmund Husserl (1859–1938) is generally considered to be the founder of phenomenology. His teacher, Franz Brentano, critiqued British empiricism’s tendency to present consciousness in terms of representations or ideas; rather, consciousness is consciousness of something, its intentional object. Influenced by Brentano, Husserl strove over the years to develop a scientific method to get at the “essence” of experience in the lived world. His first phenomenological work, Logical Investigations (1900/1901), led to a decade of work in what he called transcendental phenomenology. This involves “bracketing” or suspending judgment or prejudices (and a naive realism) about the external world in order to examine phenomena as they are given in consciousness (Husserl 1973). This epoché is followed by a further ...
BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Phenomenology, tourism Tazim Jamal Published: 01 January 2013
Encyclopedia of Tourism, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-01669-6_145-1
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