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Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais

versão On-line ISSN 2182-7435

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MORAES, Edilaine Albertino de; IRVING, Marta de Azevedo; PEDRO, Rosa Maria Leite Ribeiro  e  OLIVEIRA, Elizabeth. Community-Based Tourism Inspired by Actor-Network Theory: New Investigative Paths in the Brazilian Context. Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais [online]. 2020, n.122, pp.145-168. ISSN 2182-7435.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/rccs.10761.

This article focuses on the need for a new theoretical and conceptual problematization of community-based tourism or community tourism (CBT) in Brazil, exploring the actor-network theory as a possible analytical tool in this direction. To this end, contributions to this reflection will be made through a brief report of the empirical research, developed in the Community Tourism Network of Ceará (TUCUM – Brazil), to describe its dynamics of articulation and composition of the CBT. From this perspective, it was possible to identify non-human elements that operate in this network of actors. The study also signaled the importance of the concept of association for tracking multiple possible connections between the actors involved in the TUCUM Network's CBT. Thus, the actor-network theory made it possible to analyze the dynamics of the CBT, underlining the movements of reinvention of this Brazilian practice.

Palavras-chave : actor-network theory; Brazil; community tourism.

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