La tolerancia del turismo y la transformación de una fiesta tradicional: actitudes de la población local

Martha Marivel Mendoza Ontiveros, Marcelino Alejo Pacheco, Roberto Rivera Pérez

Resumen

La investigación de los impactos positivos o negativos de la actividad turística ha transitado por diferentes etapas, sin embargo, hasta el presente las investigaciones sólo se han limitado a mencionar los impactos y sus características cuantitativas sin lograr una comprensión profunda sobre su génesis y evolución. En el presente documento se expone cómo el uso de la etnografía, como método, puede posibilitar el entender y explicar las actitudes y comportamiento de la población residente de una comunidad del Estado de México con respecto a una celebración que ha logrado atraer la atención de un número significativo de jóvenes. El método ha permitido explicar cómo un fenómeno cuyo impacto podría calificarse como negativo para la población, se percibe, en los hechos, como positivo, ya que no altera o modifica los valores tradicionales de la población receptora.

Palabras clave

Turismo; Impactos; Fiesta tradicional; Etnografía; Tepetlaoxtoc

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