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Periodical articleManyane, Ralph M. and Darmas, Tsholofelo (2015)
Balancing government-regulated participation with community support for South Africa's Taung Skull World Heritage Site
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 30 #2. p. 153-178.

Periodical articleJänis, Julia (2014)
See this publicationPolitical economy of the Namibian tourism sector: addressing post-apartheid inequality through increasing indigenous ownership
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 41 #140. p. 185-200.

Periodical articleRogerson, Christian M. and Hunt, Holly and Rogerson, Jayne M. (2013)
Safari lodges and local economic linkages in South Africa
Abstract presentAfricanus. Volume 43 #1. p. 3-17.

Periodical articleHüncke, Anna and Koot, Stasja (2012)
See this publicationThe presentation of Bushmen in cultural tourism: tourists' images of Bushmen and the tourism providers' presentation of (Hai//om) Bushmen at Treesleeper Camp, Namibia
Abstract presentCritical Arts: A Journal of Media Studies. Volume 26 #5. p. 671-689.

Periodical articleGyimah, Charles and Okrah, Maxwell (2009)
See this publicationCommunity-based tourism and rural development: the case of the Wechiau Hippo Sanctuary in the Wa West District of Ghana
Ghana Journal of Development Studies. Volume 6 #2. October. p. 1-20.

BookMatengu, Kenneth Kamwi (2009)
Sustainable community-based tourism: Salambala Conservancy, Namibia: Is the CAMPFIRE model applicable in Salambala Conservancy?
Saarbrücken: VDM Verlag Dr. Muller. 140p.

BookRutten, Marcel M.E.M. (2004)
See this publicationPartnerships in community-based ecotourism projects: experiences from the Maasai Region, Kenya: volume 1
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre. ASC working paper #57. 32p.

Book chapterRutten, Marcel (2002)
Pastoral community-based property rights: a case study: ecotourism in Kenya: benign community-based resource management or a new loss of land for Maasai pastoralists?
Abstract presentIn: Amplifying local voices, striving for environmental justice. p. 80-97.

BookRutten, Marcel (2002)
Parks beyond parks: genuine community-based wildlife eco-tourism or just another loss of land for Maasai pastoralists in Kenya?
Abstract presentLondon: International Institute for Environment and Development. Issues paper #111. 27p.

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