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  • Fredman, Peter, et al. (författare)
  • Sweden: Where Holidays Come Naturally
  • 2006
  • Ingår i: Ecotourism in Scandinavia. Lessons in Theory and Practice. - CABI Publishing. - 1-84593-134-3 ; s. 23-37
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
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  • Gössling, Stefan, et al. (författare)
  • An introduction to ecotourism in Scandinavia
  • 2006
  • Ingår i: Ecotourism in Scandinavia. Lessons in Theory and Practice. - CABI Publishing. - 1-84593-134-3 ; s. 1-9
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)
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  • Hultman, Johan, et al. (författare)
  • The Role of Nature in Swedish Ecotourism
  • 2006
  • Ingår i: Ecotourism in Scandinavia. Lessons in Theory and Practice. - CABI Publishing. - 1-84593-134-3 ; s. 76-88
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Our purpose in this paper is to discuss Swedish nature in a specific context, namely that of ecotourism. The wider framework is the concept of cultural economy in relation to nature. Nature is culturally constructed – given meaning – by the actual doings of e.g. ecotourism operators, and this meaning is transformed into cash flows through tourist practices. It is this cultural construction of nature by ecotouristic practices we will focus upon here. The paper is structured through a set of changes having occurred in Swedish ecotouristic practices during the last few years. We will tentatively define these changes as shifts in focus from nature as thing to nature as experience, from nature as place to nature as universalised locality, and finally changes in the different actorships manifested by ecotourist operators and ecotourists. The material we use is the organisation Nature’s Best, a certifier of quality for Swedish ecotourism businesses. We view this organisation as a mediator/constructor of nature, partly in the way it represents the businesses they certify and partly in the way it represents nature. We also use a number of the actual ecotourism businesses Nature’s Best certify as a source of the cultural construction of nature. We will loosely sketch a development from “traditional” ecotouristic practices and rhetoric to what we perceive as the new cultural economy of nature, but the greater part of the text will be dealing with the new practices displayed by Nature’s Best and to some extent similar ecotourist operators.
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  • Arias-Schreiber, Milena, et al. (författare)
  • Addressing social sustainability for small-scale fisheries in Sweden: Institutional barriers for implementing the small-scale fisheries guidelines.
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: The Small-Scale Fisheries Guidelines. Global Implementation.. - Springer Verlag. ; s. 717-736
  • Bokkapitel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Swedish coastal fisheries are not sustainable in terms of the status of their main fish stocks, their economic profitability, and as source of regular employment. Social sustainability commitments in fisheries governance advocated by the SSF Guidelines have been so far mostly neglected. In this chapter, we bring attention to two institutional settings at different governance levels relevant for the implementation of the SSF Guidelines in the Swedish context. First, we look at the introduction of social goals under the perspective of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy (CFP). Second, we consider national tensions between forces advocating or opposing a further application of market-based economic instruments, often portrayed as an effective cure for all ills, in fisheries governance. Taking into account the logic on which the SSF Guidelines rest, we evaluate in both cases current processes for stakeholder participation in the formulation of fishing policies and strategies in Sweden. We conclude that the inclusion of a social dimension and stakeholder involvement at the EU level face procedural and institutional limitations that prevent the SSF sector from exploiting opportunities for change. Further challenges to the implementation of the SSF Guidelines arise when central national authorities’ interpretation of societal benefits opposes other interpretations, and consequently economic calculations take precedence over a participatory process-based, knowledge-accumulating approach to resource management. The SSF Guidelines, therefore, provide important material and intellectual resources to make the most of new chances that can lead to an increased likelihood of change in the direction of sustainable coastal fisheries in Sweden.
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  • Andersson Cederholm, Erika, et al. (författare)
  • Governing Fulltofta: (Dis)Ordering Nature as a Tourist Attraction
  • 2007
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Nature is a key component in many kinds of tourism experiences and is commonly perceived as an explicit goal of doing tourism. This is a long-standing feature in the histories of tourism, and presently in many contemporary, service-based economies it coincides with a cultural emphasis on nature in many other commercial representations and manifestations. This can be seen e.g. in how permutations of the prefix “eco-“ travels with all possible kinds of consumer objects, how nature imagery is used in marketing practices, how the consumer is being encouraged to bodily engage with and immerse herself in nature to reach a natural rhythm or a state of maximized natural energy and how tourism is currently using the concept of nature to add value to products in new ways. Although nature is often experienced and talked about as self-evident – implying something basic and unadulterated, the very essence of things, the substance of life – it is a problematic category in several ways. Of special interest to us here are boundaries between nature and society, or rather, the issue of how, when, where, why and by whom nature is either constructed as external or internal to social relations and how these relate to commercial exchanges. We aim to investigate “socionatures” taking shape in a tourist context.
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