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Is tourism a way to promote or to disintegrate cultures?
I have been searching about all kinds of tourisms and this question kind of popped in my mind.
It depends entirely on what your perspective of it is. If tourism is so deeply entrenched that the people solely rely on it for income, or for fame, then it is a sign of negative management of tourism.
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