Birgit Phillips explores the concept of transformative travel as it pertains to long-term independent travelers and offers a broad philosophical understanding of the complex socio-cultural processes involved in identity negotiation.
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This book studies AI in depth, illustrating the method of asking particular questions and envisioning the future, encouraging staff to consider both the positive and negative systems in place and to recognize the need to implement change.
What Peter Block provides in this inspiring book is an exploration of the exact way community can emerge from fragmentation: How is community built? How does the transformation occur? What fundamental shifts are involved? Block explores a way of thinking about our places that creates an opening for authentic communities to exist and details what each of us can do to make that happen.
“This sets out seven options for thinking like a 21st century economist. Is economy the same as growth? ‘There is no alternative’ is forcefully refuted here. Raworth suggests other objectives: the retention of a quality world and social aspects. The balance is better if the boundaries on both sides, hence the doughnut, are not exceeded. You can apply this doughnut to tourism: objectives for the population, for travellers and also objectives for the planet and the population that works in the sector. Social status is not particularly strong across the board. We must ask questions about this too.” — Seppe Dams, Network Everyone Deserves a Holiday