Valores, Creencias y Normas de los Prestadores de Servicios Turísticos del Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Cozumel, México

Autores/as

  • Romain Pinel Université de La Réunion
  • Romano Gino Segrado Pavón Universidad de Quintana Roo http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9923-4944
  • Alejandro Collantes Chávez-Costa Universidad de Quintana Roo

Palabras clave:

buceo, conservación, Cozumel, turismo

Resumen

Los prestadores de servicios turísticos (PST) de buceo son ampliamente beneficiados por la capacidad de atracción turística del Parque Nacional Arrecifes de Cozumel (PNAC), en el Caribe mexicano, pero los valores, creencias y normas acerca de la conservación del espacio natural son diversas, lo cual dificulta lograr una gestión sostenible de los servicios ecosistémicos frente a la presión turística crónica. El objetivo de esta investigación fue analizar las relaciones entre servicio turístico y los valores, creencias y normas de los PST hacia la conservación del PNAC. El método de recolección de datos fue con un grupo focal de prestadores de servicios turísticos de buceo y colaboradores administrativos del PNAC. Se estableció que las intenciones de los prestadores están predeterminadas por sistemas de influencias externos, regulados por grupos de pares sociales más influyentes. Los resultados son útiles para diseñar políticas públicas de conservación y buenas prácticas ambientales para el aprovechamiento turístico y los usos ecosistémicos en el PNAC.

Biografía del autor/a

Romano Gino Segrado Pavón, Universidad de Quintana Roo

Divisón de Desarrollo Sustentable

Alejandro Collantes Chávez-Costa, Universidad de Quintana Roo

División de Desarrollo Sustentable

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