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This book looks at the broad impact tourism has and applies it to three categories; economic, socio-cultural and the physical impact. After examining the different forms of impact the book then discusses the role of planning as part of an integrated approach to the mitigation of undesirable impacts and the maximization of the desirable benefits of tourism development.
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Each chapter includes sections on the management and regulation of tourism impacts and case studies from a variety of locations from around the world are used throughout the book to illustrate key themes and issues. This book illustrates that, when well-managed, tourism can make a positive contribution to destinations. However, in many cases tourism development has had damaging consequences. With tourism increasingly being implicated as a factor in climate and environmental change, and when the benefits and costs of tourism are being examined more than ever this book represents a timely contribution to help clarify the potentials and pitfalls of tourism development.
Understanding Impacts 3. Economic Impacts 4. Socio-Cultural Impacts 5. Physical Impacts 6. This Reader provides comprehensive coverage of the scholarly literature in sports tourism. It presents the key themes, state of the art research and new conceptual thinking in sports tourism studies. Introduction: Concepts Issues and Themes 2. Motivation, Choice and Behaviour 3. Special Groups and Special Needs 4. Outdoor Recreation Resources 5.
Outdoor Recreation and the Environment 6.
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Outdoor Recreation in Urban Areas 8. Outdoor Recreation in Rural Areas 9. National Parks Management Outdoor Recreation, Tourism and the Environment Sport Tourism Edited by Heather J. Constraints Ed Jackson and Tom Hinch 3. Tourist Roles Heather Gibson 6. Host and Guest Relations Elizabeth Fredline 9.
Economics Trevor Mules and Larry Dwyer Policy and Planning Mike Weed This innovative textbook explores what is possibly the most unrecognized of international service industries, placing tourism in the context of contemporary globalization and trade in services.
It provides new perspectives on tourism as a form of international business, and the implications for firms, the state and individuals. The Routledge Dictionary of Leisure and Tourism is an essential and affordable guide to a multi-billion dollar industry for students, managers and policy makers alike. Up to date and fully cross-referenced, this dictionary incorporates academic, sociological and practical management, as well as legislative terms.
Written by leading authorities in leisure and tourism, and relevant for use at a variety of levels, this is a must-have resource for all those working in and studying these industries. Case studies are used throughout to highlight important issues, from developments in the aviation industry to the rise of working holidays. This book gets to the core of a crucial service industry, and is essential reading for any researcher or student of tourism or international business.
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The Heart of Darkness? Sexual Exploitation through Tourism 8. Lew Series: Critical Geographies. Introduction to Sport Facility and Event Management 2. Running the Sport Event: Event Operations Edited by Michael Hall, University of Canterbury, New Zealand This series explores and communicates the intersections and relationships between leisure, tourism and human mobility within the social sciences. It incorporates both traditional and new perspectives on leisure and tourism from contemporary geography whilst also providing perspectives from cognate areas within the development of an integrated field of leisure and tourism studies.
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Creativity and Tourism in Rural Environments 3. From Fantasy City to Creative City 4. Creative Spaces, Tourism and the City 5. Ethnic Quarters in the Cosmopolitan-Creative City Creative Industries and Tourism in Singapore Edited by Dallen J. This seminal book tackles the issues through theoretical discourse, ideas and problems that underlay heritage tourism in terms of conservation, management, economics and underdevelopment, politics and power, resource utilization, colonialism, and various other antecedent notions that have shaped the development of heritage tourism in the less-developed regions of the world.
It comprises two sections.
The first highlights the broader conceptual underpinnings, debates, and paradigms in the realm of heritage tourism in developing regions. This volume develops frameworks that are useful tools for heritage managers, planners and policy-makers, researchers, and students in understanding the complexity of cultural heritage and tourism in the developing world. This book will be of significant interest to students and researchers of tourism, culture and heritage in both the developed and developing worlds.
Heritage Resources in the Tourism Product 3. Protecting Heritage Relics, Places and Traditions 4. Politics of Heritage 5. Pacific Islands 7. South Asia 8. Caribbean 9. China and North East Asia South East Asia Sub-Saharan Africa Central and Eastern Europe Middle East and North Africa Latin America Tourism is often described as an industry with high growth rates, and it is subject to radical change in how it is produced and consumed.
However, there is still a relatively poor understanding of how such changes are brought about — that is, through innovation. This book is the first to provide a comprehensive review of innovation in tourism, while also considering how tourism itself contributes to innovative local, regional and national development strategies. This volume presents new research on the capacity of big cities to generate new tourism areas as visitors discover and help create new urban experiences off the beaten track. It examines similarities and differences in these processes in a group of well-established cities in the global circuits of tourism.
It selects cases from Europe, North America and Australasia. These cities have substantial tourism assets but also have the ability to add to their offer through the creation of new places to visit. Neighbourhoods close to the centre and to traditional attractions in these cities offer the mix of cultural difference and consumption opportunities that can create new experiences for distinctive groups of city users.
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Each of the cities included in the book offers rich experiences of the reimagining and rebranding of neighbourhoods off the beaten track, and informative stories of the complex relationships between visitors, residents and others, and of the ambitions of public policy to reproduce these new tourism experiences in other parts of the city.
This book brings together current research in each of the cities and relates the often separate field of tourism research to some of the mainstream themes of debate in urban studies. Drawing on original research in this important group of cities this book has significant messages for public policy. In addition it engages directly with a range of important current academic debates - about world tourism cities, cities as sites of consumption and the smaller scales at which urban neighbourhoods are being transformed.
This book is useful for students and researchers in urban and tourism studies. Introduction Robert Maitland and Peter Newman 2. New York Jill Simone Gross 3. London Robert Maitland and Peter Newman 4. Berlin Johannes Novy and Sandra Huning 5. Sydney Bruce Hayllar and Tony Griffin 6. Paris Patrizia Ingallina and Jungyoon Park 7. This timely book places tourism innovation in the context of current academic and policy concerns relating to knowledge, competition, and the management of change. A substantial introductory chapter provides an overview of what makes innovation in tourism both distinctive from, and similar to innovation in other economic sectors.
This is followed by three general scene setting chapters which explore how competition and the search for competitiveness drive tourism innovation, how knowledge transfers and knowledge creation lead the process, and how institutions shape innovation. These provide a coherent theoretical framework for understanding the roles of different agencies in innovation, ranging from the state, to the firm, to the consumer. The next four chapters analyze innovation at different scales. Two chapters review the territorial dimensions of innovation through the fresh perspectives of the national and regional innovation systems, followed by reviews of the determinants of innovation in the firm, and the contested and complex role of entrepreneurship.
The final chapter summarizes the importance of understanding tourism innovation. This is a groundbreaking volume which provides an accessible introduction to a key but neglected topic.
It gives a readable account of the multidisciplinary research on innovation and relates the emerging theoretical framework to tourism. A clear conceptual framework is complemented by fifty boxes which provide a range of illustrative international case studies.