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       David Mende

      Tourism represents a lot for the strategic development of any state. We believe that dissemination and awareness must be present both in the formal and non-formal education, that which we will approach this issue of legal education in the upper level and oriented tourism students. Historical perspective is not wrong to say that Tourism programs in Latin America in general and in particular are more or less recent and therefore its reflection is, from the point of view of science in its infancy. As recently is that the UBA is still unable (or unwilling, or not have left) include an offer of a university academic. The first dilemma of tourism career (and still argue) has been whether to raise a degree in tourism containing knowledge of Hospitality, or if they were treated as two different degrees with a common, not the subject of this elucidate such a riddle, but it is important to emphasize this because it directly affects the contents of the legal matter to these provisions. others Nor is it clear that prior to any discussion and for market reasons the universities, were faced with the choice of including their faculties or departments careers related to the hospitality industry. The second question then was: Where? So some accredited life experience degree universities chose a humanist perspective and added them to their social science faculties. Further, from a more technical bent by annexing his department Demographics or Geography department. The latest decided to create autonomous departments or faculties, other location subjected to structural causes. And finally, there were institutions from an interpretation closer to the business located in the area of economics, a situation which incidentally coincides with the political definition of our country. But if it was a problem locating Bachelor’s career Tourism within the Faculty, was no less problematic to place a matter of law within the respective Bachelor (in hospitality and / or tourism) Since the beginning of curricular wont was seen as obvious, that no matter could be absent legislation to complete the vision of future professionals, with the sector’s regulatory framework. And while, with some success, it is generally agreed that this knowledge should be located in the past or at the race last year, not always worked on key issues that should be based on the whole subject, namely: What taught?, How do you teach? And what is taught?
      From which until recently was not strange to take any life experience degree programs are on the same themes were a sort of civil law course, summarized and accelerated with some references to laws Hospitality and travel agencies and nothing more contradictory or away from the content, skills and values ??that the learner should incorporate at this stage of the training. The underlying idea seems to have been: “There should be a matter of law, we do not know how or why, I put the content that dictates the Advocate” and that is how we have seen the absurdity of seeing students trying to figure Tourism the degree of right holders within a complex sequence, or questioning the differences between divorce and separation of fact and other.
      Experience, well presented, and needless to say has been frustrating for everyone. difficult not to think that this problem could have been avoided if they had taken as a reference similar educational experiences and proven, such as teachers’ careers within law of economics and vice versa that had to work while overcoming such obstacles for the sake of an integrative view. The law is not a panacea to solve all the ills of the sector, however, the moderates, the modulation, and the channels and in this sense, because it is a cross-like activity is tourism, it is good that the matter is at the end of the academic.

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