The purpose of this paper is to suggest a testable model of the effects of development-related, cultural tourism on local social structures in Nepal and elsewhere. This essay attempts to sort out some of the more salient, patterned features of social interaction from the messiness of the total social reality in which they exist, or to deal with what Rojek and Urry (1997, 3) have termed Modernity 1, “rules to live by” and Modernity 2, the, “’dis- orderliness’ of life.”
"Contradiction, Cultural Tourism, Development and Social Structure in Nepal,"
Southern Anthropologist: Vol. 30:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/southern_anthropologist/vol30/iss1/4