ASU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This collection includes most of the ASU Theses and Dissertations from 2011 to present. ASU Theses and Dissertations are available in downloadable PDF format; however, a small percentage of items are under embargo. Information about the dissertations/theses includes degree information, committee members, an abstract, supporting data or media.
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- 2 Public
- Sustainable Tourism
- 1 Backpacker Tourism
- 1 Community-Based Tourism
- 1 Design
- 1 Developing Countries
- 1 Human-Wildlife Conflicts
- 1 Natural resource management
- 1 Protected Areas
- 1 Recreation and tourism
- 1 South Asian studies
- 1 Sustainable Community Livelihoods
- 1 Technology Devices
- 1 Wildlife Conservation
This study aimed to explore the relationship between international backpackers and local communities in the developing world. By investigating the role of technology design in a backpacking trip, this research analyzed the potential to improve Sustainable Tourism for both international backpackers and local communities. The idea of achieving sustainability in this research is to assess both economic and cultural impact through the assistance of technology. This study originates from a grounded theory approach triangulated from literature reviews and the researcher’s observations. The research tested the suitability of this theory by using qualitative research methods, then analyzed the appropriateness of its …
- Ho, Truc, Takamura, John, Vogt, Christine, et al.
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Firstly, this study uses community asset mapping guided by the Community Capitals Framework (CCF) to explore the linkages between Protected Areas (PAs), tourism and community livelihoods. Secondly, it assesses changes in community needs facilitated by community participation in wildlife-based tourism in a protected area setting. Thirdly and finally, the study assesses whether the introduction of community wildlife-based tourism in a protected area as a sustainable management tool has led to the spiraling up or down of community capitals. The study adopted qualitative research method approach and made use of data collected through community asset mapping supplemented by data from focus …
- Stone, Moren Tibabo, Nyaupane, Gyan P, Buduk, Megha, et al.
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