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CONFLICTS OF RESOURCE EXPLOITATION AND TOURISM
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Reviewed By: Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Thursday, November 15, 2012: 8:00 AM-9:45 AM

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Chair:  Christopher A Loperena (Dartmouth College and University of San Francisco)
8:00 AM
Philanthropic Tourism:  for Whose Benefit?
Noelle T Hildebrand (Concordia University)
8:15 AM
The Violent Marketplace: Structural Violence and Tourism In Chichicastenango, Guatemala
Helen S Jolly (SUNY Stony Brook and State University of New York at Stony Brook, Sociology Department)
8:30 AM
Ecotourism and Coercive Conservation In Honduras: The Case of a (now deceased) Garifuna Fisherman
Christopher A Loperena (Dartmouth College and University of San Francisco)
8:45 AM
The Local Social Legitimacy of Female Guestworkers: The Crab Meat Pickers From Sinaloa In North Carolina and Virginia
David Griffith (East Carolina University) and Ricardo B. Contreras (East Carolina Univeristy)
9:30 AM
Discussion