Mexican Government and Cultural Tourism Article Review by Top Papers

Mexican Government and Cultural Tourism
A summary of the article "Cultural tourism, the State, and the Day of the Dead", by Lucero Morales Cano and Avis Mysyk.
# 134673 | 1,000 words | 1 source | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2007 in Political Science (State and Local Politics) , Tourism (General)


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The paper looks at the article "Cultural tourism, the State, and the Day of the Dead", where Lucero Morales Cano and Avis Mysyk examine how various Mexican government officials mediated between local identity and cultural tourism as they sought to promote the traditional Mexican holiday known as the Day of the Dead. The paper discusses how the authors clarify that mediation was necessary because of conflicting state and local values, for the state's efforts to promote cultural tourism in order to boost economic development are sometimes opposed by local community groups who consider cultural tourism programs to be intrusive and disruptive.

From the Paper:

"In their Annals of tourism research article entitled, "Cultural tourism, the State, and the Day of the Dead", Lucero Morales Cano and Avis Mysyk examine how various Mexican government officials mediated between local identity and cultural tourism as they sought to promote the traditional Mexican holiday known as the Day of the Dead. The authors clarify that mediation was necessary because of conflicting state and local values, for the state's efforts to promote cultural tourism in order to boost economic..."

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Mexican Government and Cultural Tourism (2007, December 01) Retrieved February 26, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/mexican-government-and-cultural-tourism-134673/

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