Ethical ecotourists: the narwhal dilemma revisited
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Studying the ethical philosophies of individual travellers is a valid field of research, but there are practical difficulties in defining an industry subsector in terms of the intentions of its customers. Concerns over the conservation of endangered species may conflict with equally principled concerns over the rights and responsibilities of Indigenous communities.
Journal of Ecotourism
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