Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


The purpose of this paper is not to focus on the positive or negative impacts tourism, but to demonstrate to hospitality and tourism educators the importance of integrating sustainability into their classrooms. With these potential positive and negative impacts in mind, it is essential for tourism programs to educate their students about ways to maximize the positive benefits from tourism while minimizing the negative impacts.

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