Volunteer tourism, development and education in a postcolonial world: Conceiving global connections beyond aid
This paper contributes to the public and academic debate on the appropriateness of young Westerners’ participation in projects of volunteer tourism conducted in developing countries. Ethnographic research was carried out in the context of an Australian program that organizes short-term group placeme...
Journal of Sustainable Tourism; Vol. 18, No. 7
Colonialism; Community participation; Development theory; Education; Tourism impacts; Volunteer tourism
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