Examines the phenomenon of tourism development at the community and sub-state regional scales, as well as planners' efforts to mitigate negative impacts. Presents an objective viewpoint of developers' and planning boards' motivations and actions. Using a series of empirical case studies, class members have an opportunity to evaluate the actions of the respective groups. Class members apply the techniques they have learned to address the tourism development issues of a community in northern New England. Prerequisite(s): EPL 2100 or PO 2020.
*All course information is from the 2016-2017 Catalog.