Human Geography: People, Places and Change (1996)

Run Time - 30 min.  |   Countries - United States   |  
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This ten-part BBC series examines why people around the world often respond so differently to specific places, economic issues, and cultural realities. As this episode unfolds, viewers learn how native cultures and environments are permanently effected by an increase in tourism. Special attention is paid to the tourist industries of Hawaii, Malaysia, and Borneo. The Hawaiian tourist trade is particularly instructive since it's been successfully drawing visitors for many, many decades.