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Correlation of Knowledge as a Basic Element for Generating Tourism Sustainable Projects in Rural Communities

Version 1 : Received: 11 December 2019 / Approved: 12 December 2019 / Online: 12 December 2019 (04:33:50 CET)

How to cite: Gomez, M.; Palmas, D.; Jimenez- Ruiz, A.; Serrano- Barquin, R.; Osorio, R. Correlation of Knowledge as a Basic Element for Generating Tourism Sustainable Projects in Rural Communities. Preprints 2019, 2019120161 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201912.0161.v1). Gomez, M.; Palmas, D.; Jimenez- Ruiz, A.; Serrano- Barquin, R.; Osorio, R. Correlation of Knowledge as a Basic Element for Generating Tourism Sustainable Projects in Rural Communities. Preprints 2019, 2019120161 (doi: 10.20944/preprints201912.0161.v1).

Abstract

According to the growing concern of various focus groups, in regard to the mitigation of the negative impacts generated because of the tourism, has born the interest of proposing sustainable tourism projects derivatives of the feeling within the communities (1) Background: the aim is to propose a differentiated diagnosis of the Subsystems (biophysical and anthropic) and their relationship with traditional-rational knowledge; (2) Methods: from the Theory of Complex Systems was propose the Harmonic Tourism Methodology, that try to correlation the subsystem and knowledge in the community of San Juan Tlahuica Atzingo, State of Mexico (4) Conclusions: Among the most outstanding results that are on the one hand, we must work through tourism projects to the rescue and preservation of natural and cultural resources, reassessing them through the strengthening of social cohesion. On the other hand, the application of this case allowed us to visualize that it is necessary to consolidate the elements and steps of the methodology in order to apply it to different communities that are beginning their journey in the field of the tourism and that can improve and potentiate their resources, seeking harmony between them.

Subject Areas

harmonic methodology tourism; sustainability attributes; rural tourism; knowledge; complex systems

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