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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Tatarkina
Historical Aspect in the Development of Antarctic Identity and Tourism in Argentina and Chile, 2007-2017
2018
For Argentina and Chile, one of the important components of local identity is the inclusion of Antarctic sectors, which are officially parts of the territory of the countries. Justifying their rights to these territories both geographically and historically, the authorities of the countries pay great attention to the development of this region, as well as tourism to it. In the market of tour operators, we can find different options for the proposed trips to Antarctica, with different programs. I put the main question does contemporary Antarctic tourism make links to the history and sense of identity of Argentina and Chile in the Antarctic.

The research reveals that almost all tour operators of Argentina and Chile focus their attention on the nature and the animal world of the Antarctic, missing the historical component of the conquest and the presence of countries in the region. In programs of tours also are not mentioned visits to historical monuments in Antarctic.

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