By D. A. Fennell
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These individuals have already been to East Africa, with the hustle and bustle of getting a ﬁrst glimpse of a lion, but would rather go to Botswana on subsequent trips, which offers these travellers an opportunity to get a bit deeper into the ecotourism experience. This ecotourism ‘specialist’ is examined in more detail, below. g. anglers, cavers, canoeists) were traditionally viewed as one homogeneous group with little variation among individuals classiﬁed as such. For example, Bryan examined trout ﬁshermen as an example of a ‘recreational specialization’, deﬁned as a continuum of behaviour from the general to the speciﬁc.
4). The link between the policy maker and move away from the cost:beneﬁt calculation is emphasized as follows (Driver and Peterson, 1986, p. 5): The noneconomic measures also help policymakers understand better those beneﬁts not indexed by the economic measures, such as any spin-off (merit good or external) beneﬁts to nonusers or to society at large, preservation/environmental beneﬁts that might be realized in the future but are outside the sovereign consumer’s economic decision calculus, and beneﬁts of sustained yields management and attributable directly to ﬂows of goods and services over a particular planning period.
In fact, at its heart, complexity recognizes that social systems cannot be analysed independently of natural systems, and that these need to be studied as a linked whole (Berkes and Folke, 1998), as suggested above. Natural and social worlds are seen to be organized hierarchically by scale, and an understanding of this gives policy makers the ability to implement governance according to the conditions of the setting. For example, community and resource decisions 33 within an aboriginal community might best be made by the community itself, whereas issues related to the direct and indirect effects of air and water pollution might best be made through international institutions.
Ecotourism Program Planning by D. A. Fennell