Boorstin, as cited in Steiner and Reisinger, argues that hosts cannot be authentic since they must conform to tourist expectations, and see their culture distorted.
One economic and social reason is that locals copy the consumption patterns of those higher up the social scale in order to improve their social status.
Increased tourists also results in increased traffic which can hinder daily life of the local residents.
Other direct impacts include over-fishing for "marine curios", sedimentation, and in-fill. Another activity that can have severe direct and indirect impacts on the environment is wildlife viewing.
In addition, it can cause drifts in the dynamics between the old and new generations.
Arrangements of social space in tourist settings. Community participation strengthens communities and help to create a sense of belonging, trust and credibility among members. Positive impacts are related more to the materialistic well-being, rather than to the happiness of a host community or tourist.
The demonstration effect argues that local inhabitants copy the behavioral patterns of tourists. Tourism can be divided into subcategories into which impacts fall: There is a continued discussion at federal and international government level as to the ethics of funding conservation efforts through hunting activities.
It is therefore commodified. Since the criteria of [object] authenticity are imposed by western perspectives, the ethical nature of such a quest can be questioned with regards to thepower imbalance involved, particularly when the impacts of staging authenticity and culture commodification are considered.
It is not only the volume of tourism at work, but the types of social interactions that occur between tourist and host. Facility impacts[ edit ] Facility impacts occur when a regional area evolves from "exploration" to "involvement" and then into the "development" stage of the tourist area life cycle.
As previously stated, it widely considers how change and development in the sense of modernity and industrialisation in host societies can affect the success and attractiveness of the tourism product in developing countries.
Cole found that some host populations disagree with the idea of staging sacred, religious rituals for tourists, whilst staging other cultural performances such as dance displays is acceptable. The increase in people also leads to creating more social venues and experiences where locals and tourists can interact in.
Outside of affecting the relationship between tourist and local, it can also cause friction between groups of the local population. Additionally, slums, favelas and townships are relevant to the definition of object authenticity as they represent the real, genuine life of the destination.
This includes economic benefits such as opportunities for local businesses which allows for increased trade among the increased number of visitors and then develops a variety of local businesses. These impacts can be separated into three categories: Carnival and tourism in Trinidad and Tobago.
The demonstration effect argues that local inhabitants copy the behavioral patterns of tourists. As a result tensions may result between the older and younger community members, as local culture and traditions are rejected by the young.
Tourists often engage and learn from the locals. Provision for deposit, collection, and removal of all waste will also have a direct impact on the local environment. The review will focus mainly on the perspective of the host including both locals existing within and outside the tourism industry to consider these impacts.
The community and the tourists both benefit from community participation, as it boosts their respect for the traditional lifestyle and values of the destination community.
First, as authenticity is a subjective concept, its staging cannot always be recognised by tourists Connell, It also examines the extent to which tourism hinders the potential for host societies to develop and modernise themselves, but it frequentlymerely takes into account the participants in the tourism industry.
Culture and product are modified to suit the tourist likings. The positive impact of this can be an increased awareness of environmental stewardship.
Other direct impacts include over-fishing for "marine curios", sedimentation, and in-fill. For example, a TSA can measure tax revenues related to tourism, which is a key contributor to the level of enthusiasm any level of government might have towards potential tourism investment.Commodification is the conversion of a destination’s culture due to the tourist’s demands and will have negative socio cultural impacts.
This however can be seen as a positive impact due to the revenue generated from it. Positive Socio-cultural Impacts Incentive to preserve culture and heritage Negative Socio-cultural Impacts Commodification Conversion of cultural traditions, customs and artwork into a commodity (Positive) Social-Cultural Impacts (Negative) Impacts Steps of.
As often happens when different cultures meet, socio-cultural impacts are ambiguous: the same objectively described impacts are seen as beneficial by some groups, and are perceived as negative - or as having negative aspects - by other stakeholders. Mass media has had both positive and negative effects on people, especially young people who have grown up consuming media from many different mediums.
Mass media has made information available to more people more quickly, and it has enabled individuals to spread their innovative ideas much farther.
Chiangkhan: Cultural Commodification for Tourism and its Impact on Local Community Khon Kaen University Abstract. This paper concerns the dynamics of cultural commodification for tourism, and its impact on the community in economic, social, and cultural ways.
These impacts can be both negative and positive. Keywords: tourism. The debate on authenticity and culture commodification needs to evolve in the light of new trends such as poverty fresh-air-purifiers.com this type of tourism, the traditional balance between positive and negative impacts of culture commodification .Download