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Young, O.R. (2010) Institutional Dynamics: Resilience, Vulnerability and Adaptation in Environmental and Resource Regimes. Global Environment Change, 20, 378-385.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2009.10.001

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  • TITLE: A Review on the Adaptability of Tourism and Social-Ecosystem

    AUTHORS: Hong Zhao

    KEYWORDS: Social-Ecological System, Adaptability, Tourism Destination, Tourism Subject

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Service Science and Management, Vol.11 No.6, November 30, 2018

    ABSTRACT: With the development of tourism, tourist activities all the time impact tourist areas of economic, cultural, social and ecological environment, inappropriate tourism development mode or management strategy can cause resources exhausted or even degradation in the tourist destination, and complex human society in the process of maintaining stability of the system played a key role. Adaptability is an important part of social-ecosystem research, so it is of great value to study the adaptability of tourism destination social-ecological system in tourism development. Based on the analysis of the theory of social-ecological system and its adaptability, this paper summarizes the research status of the social-ecosystem in the tourism area under the disturbance of tourism. Through literature analysis and induction, from “adapting to the object”, “adapting to the subject” and “adapting to the type and method” three viewpoint outlined the adaptability research direction and its practice, and points out the research focus and developing direction of the future tourism destination social-ecosystem adaptability on across-scales, different subject, system factors and city aspects.