O estudo dos sistemas turísticos e a antropologia. Madeira: um estudo de caso

  • Filipa Fernandes
Palabras clave: turismo, oferta, ilha da Madeira, Portugal, sistema turístico, Antropología

Resumen

Este artigo visa o estudo dos sistemas turísticos e o papel activo da antropologia na construção de uma abordagem e leitura críticas. Centrar-se-á num estudo de caso insular (a ilha da Madeira) alicerçado numa etnografia do sector turístico regional, em particular do lado da oferta, e com a tónica na observação nos promotores/produtores de serviços relacionados com o produto 'passeios a pé nas levadas'.

 

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Publicado
2015-01-15
Cómo citar
Fernandes, F. (2015). O estudo dos sistemas turísticos e a antropologia. Madeira: um estudo de caso. PASOS Revista De Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, 13(2), 425-434. https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2015.13.030