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Title: Turisme (i)responsable i (in)justícia global. Reflexió teòrica sobre els deures de justícia dins la relació turística Nord-Sud Global des del model de la connexió social d'Iris Marion Young
Author: Sazatornil Alonso, Patricia
Tutor: Torrents González, Alba
Keywords: international tourism
global justice
Issue Date: 26-Jun-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: Tourism has become a global socio-economic phenomenon whose impact generates numerous socio-environmental injustices throughout the planet. These impacts are especially virulent in the countries of the Global South as a result of political weakness and instability, the structural imbalance of Global North-Global South relations, and the violent and extractivist nature of tourism deployment under the neoliberal paradigm. Framed in the academic debate on global justice, this paper explores and reflects on the duties of justice and responsibility that are generated between the different actors within the Global South - Global North tourism relationship. This reflective analysis will be done hand in hand with justice theorist Iris Marion Young and her model of social connection. With this model as a guide, we will approach tourism as a socio-structural process, co-produced by all the participants of the global tourism practice, which has ended up causing a structural injustice that conditions the present and future life of a vast majority of the planet. What can we, the citizens of the Global North, say about these injustices of tourism?
Language: Catalan
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