Comparative and Concluding Remarks dalam Sustainable Tourism and Law_peer reviewer

Dr. Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan, S.H.,M.Hum.,LLM., NI KETUT SUPASTI DHARMAWAN (2014) Comparative and Concluding Remarks dalam Sustainable Tourism and Law_peer reviewer. -. ISSN ISBN : 978-94-6236-092-1. ISBN : 978-94-6094-680-2 (E-book).

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As the contributions in this book show, the relationship between sustainable tourism and law is a complicated one. Tourism law may not yet be a separate and new legal domain that has already deserved its place in the legal arena. It is definitely not limited to classic legal fields such as administrative law, private law or criminal law. In that sense it resembles more new and upcoming fields of law that also have features of an integrated legal domain, such as environmental law, consumer law or energy law. Those fields also bridge the dif¬ferent branches of the law. In this book, aspects of not only company law (Chapter 11 by I Ketut Westra on venture capital financing), but also human rights (Chapter 16 by Grat van den Heuvel and Ni Ketut Supasti Dharmawan) and criminal law (Chapter 18 by Ida Bagus Surya Dharma Jaya) have been discussed. This shows that tourism law may indeed be a newly developed field of law that poses all kinds of questions, not only to its autonomy, but also to the way in which it could be integrated into legal teaching. This book has shown the many faces of tourism law; for example, in Chapter 6, I Made Budi Arsika discusses the potential for integrating tour¬ism law, and more particularly the lessons from the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, into traditional legal teaching. He shows that there are quite a few possibilities to actually integrate the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism into traditional fields of law. He therefore shows that even if one would not like to develop tourism law as a new, separate and auton¬omous field of law, it is equally possible to develop notions on tourism law and include them in traditional legal teaching. Not only for Indonesia but also for other developing countries, the economic importance of tourism is so high that it may be extremely impor¬tant to indeed make law students in an early stage aware of the legal aspects of tourism. This lesson clearly goes beyond Indonesia and is important for many other developing countries as well. In Chapter 4, Heri Puspito Diyah Setiyorini also shows the importance of using particular educational learning methods for an adequate dissemination of the lessons from the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Comparative, Concluding Remarks, Sustainable Tourism, Law
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: Mr. Repository Admin
Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2016 21:58
Last Modified: 21 Jun 2016 05:58

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