La lógica del Terrorismo: Conexión entre Turismo, Sindicalización y Terrorismo

  • Maximiliano Emanuel Korstanje
Palabras clave: Turismo, Vulnerabilidad, Terrorismo, Consumo, Guerra

Resumen

En los últimos años, diversos grupos terroristas han atentado contra objetivos turísticos en diferentes partes del globo. Ello ha despertado la atención y preocupación de varios académicos y profesionales del sector. La literatura especializada no dubita en señalar al terrorismo como la principal amenaza de Occidente en este nuevo siglo. No obstante, una mirada más profunda sugiere que existe una relación dialéctica entre terrorismo y turismo que aún no ha sido estudiada. Dentro de los objetivos del presente ensayo se encuentra revelar esa conexión histórica con el fin de darles a los lectores un estado del arte completo sobre el fenómeno. Es importante también descifrar el mensaje implícito del terrorista para extorsionar a un estado siempre más fuerte utilizando un rehén. Este razonamiento se encuentra enraizado en la lógica propia del capitalismo y del derecho a huelga. Si bien se toman en cuenta todas las voces y consideraciones sobre este problema, la tesis de que la dependencia económica de los países periféricos respecto de los industriales puede generar cierto resentimiento que es funcional al terrorismo es descartada de raíz. Desde lo interno, la división internacional del trabajo ha llevado al turismo a relegar a ciertos actores a posiciones subordinadas del orden que se establece, el anarquismo (considerado como terrorismo) ha capitalizado esas asimetrías organizando la lucha sindical y trayendo con ello ciertos beneficios para la fuerza laboral. Si partimos por afirmar que el turismo moderno ha sido resultado de ese proceso de legalización de los derechos laborales, tenemos que asumir que el turismo es el terrorismo por otras vías.

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2014-07-07
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Korstanje, M. (2014). La lógica del Terrorismo: Conexión entre Turismo, Sindicalización y Terrorismo. PASOS Revista De Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, 13(1), 239-250. https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2015.13.016
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