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Las partes interesadas en la gestión turística de los parques naturales andaluces. Identificación de interrelaciones e intereses

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  • Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernández
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    RESUMEN En la reciente literatura turística existe una creciente atención en el análisis y la participación de todas las partes interesadas en la planificación, gestión y comercialización de un destino turístico. Sobre la base de la Teoría de las Partes Interesadas se han ido desarrollando un conjunto de planteamientos en esta línea, que también resultan muy interesantes para el caso de los parques naturales, como destinos turísticos peculiares en los que el turismo se convierte en una importante herramienta de desarrollo económico. En este trabajo se demuestra que es posible identificar a las principales partes interesadas en el desarrollo turístico de un parque natural, así como definir el papel que cada una juega en dicho proceso y las relaciones entre ellas. La metodología propuesta se ha aplicado con éxito al estudio de la red de parques naturales de Andalucía, la más extensa de España. ABSTRACT In the recent tourism literature there is a growing attention to the analysis and engagement all stakeholders affected in destination planning, management and marketing. On the basis of Stakeholder Theory have developed a series of approaches in this line, which is also very interesting in the case of national parks as tourist destinations peculiar in that tourism becomes an important tool for economic development. This work demonstrates that it’s possible to identify the main stakeholders involved in the tourism development of a nature park, as well as defining the role that each plays in that process and the relationships between them. The proposed methodology has been successfully applied to the study of the network of natural parks in Andalusia, the largest of Spain.

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    Article provided by Universidades Públicas de Andalucía in its journal Revista de Estudios Regionales.

    Volume (Year): 02 (2010)
    Issue (Month): ()
    Pages: 147-175

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    Handle: RePEc:rer:articu:v:02:y:2010:p:147-175

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    Keywords: Parques naturales; Turismo de naturaleza; Partes interesadas; Desarrollo económico; Gestión turística; Destinos turísticos; Natural parks; Nature-based tourism; Stakeholders; Economic development; Tourism management; Tourism destination;

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