Are voluntourists really tourists or simply volunteers who travel? Discuss. Your contributions should directly address the discussion question, draw on relevant course material, and further the discussion with your peers. Avoid writing about your personal travel experience. Maximum 400 words per post. Each discussion submission is worth up to 5 marks and grading is based on the following criteria: (4-5) Meets Expectations: the student has submitted a thoughtful and original response that clearly demonstrates understanding of the material and critical thinking. You should have a good argument. and make sure u are not missing is your engagement with both the readings. But focus on the main point of the article Make sure u are using all of the 3 articles to have a good argument and don’t skip anything don’t use big words use simple words the important thing is the readings make Sure use of multiple readings to support your argument. and have Good critical engagement with all readings not outside sources only the info that I send u focus on the main point of the article on water equity issues as a form of social issue due to tourism. Minnaert, L. (2016). Chapter 8: Social tourism: From redistribution to neoliberal aspiration development Download Social tourism: From redistribution to neoliberal aspiration development . In J. Mosedale (Ed.), Neoliberalism and the political economy of tourism. (pp. 117-128). Burlington, VT: Ashgate. Zahra, A., & McGehee, N. G. (2013). Volunteer tourism: A Host Community Capital perspective Download Volunteer tourism: A Host Community Capital perspective . Annals of Tourism Research, 42, 22-45. Pereiro, X. (2016). A review of Indigenous tourism in Latin America: Reflections on an anthropological study of Guna tourism (Panama) Download A review of Indigenous tourism in Latin America: Reflections on an anthropological study of Guna tourism (Panama) . Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 24(8-9), 1121-1138.