Koderman, Miha

Nature, Tourism and Ethnicity as Drivers of (De)Marginalization

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Drivers of Marginalization from Different Perspectives
Stanko Pelc

Part II. Nature as Socially Induced Factor of Marginalization

2. Marginality and Sustainability
Stanko Pelc

3. Land Use Changes in Relation to Selected Physical Geographical Features from the Viewpoint of Marginalization—The Case of Svečinske Gorice, Slovenia
Igor Žiberna

4. Natural Disasters and Less Developed Countries
Matija Zorn

5. Climate Change Effects on Mountain Regions Marginalized by Socio-Economic Transformation—The Case of North Caucasus
Vera Vinogradova, Raisa Gracheva, Elena Belonovskaya

Part III. Tourism as a Developmental Opportunity of Marginal Regions

6. The Role of Tourism in Sustainable Development of Mountainous Border Region—The Case of Bovec Municipality, Slovenia
Urška Trček, Miha Koderman

7. The Ibiza’s Nightlife as a Bend from Marginalization to Tourism Centrality
Hugo Capellà i Miternique

8. Cuban Tourism—The Marginalized Communist Country’s First Step Towards Sustainable Development
Armand Faganel, Anita Trnavčevič

Part IV. Ethnic Groups Between Marginality and Inclusion

9. Minorities—An Expression of Diversity and an Exercise in Tolerance
Walter Leimgruber

10. Resettlement of Orang Asli (Aborigines) in Malaysia—Marginalization or Demarginalization of an Ethnic Group
Jamalunlaili Abdullah

11. Roma, Social Exclusion and Romani Settlements as Marginalized Place: The Case of Loke
Alenka Janko Spreizer

12. The Planned Process of Spatial Integration of Roma Settlements in Slovenia—The Way to Deghettoization and Demarginalization?
Jernej Zupančič

13. Multiculturalism and Ethnographic Museums in Israel: The Case of a Regional Bedouin Museum
Havatzelet Yahel, Ruth Kark, Noam Perry

14. Recognition Policy of Bedouin Villages in Israel, Marginalization and the Ethic of Bio-cultural Diversity
Avinoam Meir

Part V. Possible Drivers of Marginalization from Different Perspectives

15. Migration, Education and Marginality: Networks and Strategies in the Pacific Islands
John Overton, Warwick E. Murray

16. Demarginalization and Church Property: The Case of Czechia
Tomáš Havlíček

17. Local Self-government Reforms in Slovenia: Discourse on Centrality and Peripherality
Janez Nared

18. Regional Disparities in Sustainable Development of Slovenia—Cohesion or Marginalization?
Katja Vintar Mally

19. Marginalization of Tea Estates in Sri Lanka in the Changing Global and National Context
Daichi Kohmoto

20. Pond Management System Among Small Farmers in Khulna, Bangladesh
Firuza Begham Mustafa

21. Marginalization Between Border and Metropolis: Drivers of Socio-Spatial Change in Post-socialist Croatia
Marin Cvitanović, Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš

Part VI. Conclusions

22. (De)Marginalization, Development and Sustainability: Brief Reflection of the Variety of Findings and Views Presented
Stanko Pelc, Miha Koderman

Keywords: Geography, Economic Geography, Human Geography, Sustainable Development, Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning

Publication year
Perspectives on Geographical Marginality
Page amount
20 pages
Natural Sciences
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