Turismo de surf: revisión de nuevas líneas y temáticas de investigación (2012-2018)

Luis Valencia, Maribel Osorio García, Rocío del Carmen Serrano Barquín

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/INTURI2020.20.10

Resumen

El turismo de surf es un fenómeno de gran relevancia a nivel mundial; millones de surfistas se desplazan a diversos destinos con la finalidad de montar la ola perfecta, mejorar sus habilidades, aprender el deporte o simplemente apreciarlo. Sin embargo, aun cuando se han reconocido las características particulares de este nicho de turismo en Iberoamérica, poca atención ha recibido como fenómeno social por parte de la Academia y, por lo tanto, la revisión de su estado de conocimiento ha sido limitada. El presente documento tiene como objetivo presentar las líneas de investigación relacionadas con el turismo de surf durante el periodo 2012-2018, a través de un análisis de contenido aplicado a artículos científicos publicados tanto en inglés como en español. Entre los principales resultados destacan cinco líneas de investigación: 1) El surfista; 2) Turismo de surf, desarrollo local y sustentabilidad; 3) Impactos del turismo de surf; 4) Identidad y género en el turismo de surf; e 5) Historia del surf y stakeholders, las cuales son descritas en este estudio. Cabe señalar que la revisión realizada también permitió identificar autores, universidades y países que han abordado temas relacionados, así como aquellos vacíos de conocimiento que aún persisten sobre este tópico de actualidad.

Palabras clave

Turismo de surf; estado del conocimiento; surf; líneas de investigación

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/INTURI2020.20.10





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