By Christian Gerondeau
By Christian Gerondeau
By Enrico Böhm
By Vanessa Liebig
By Noel Scott,Eric Laws,Bruce Prideaux
Natural mess ups, wars and conflicts, epidemics, and different significant crises can devastate a tourism carrier or vacation spot. notwithstanding there's broad literature and examine on coaching and dealing with tourism crises, there's a hole in details on the right way to most sensible industry and get over the destruction of triggered to tourism companies and locations. This e-book fills the distance by means of comprehensively reading tips to rebuild the marketplace for a tourism carrier or vacation spot after a disaster. this significant booklet provides prime specialists from around the globe delivering priceless guide on powerful how you can plan for destiny quandary reaction and methods for improving business.
A drawback may possibly come up from different types of damaging occurrences, from average actual destruction of significant infrastructure to acts of terrorism. as a result of huge variety of strength difficulties, there's no unmarried method for which to house crises. The e-book explores quite a lot of catastrophes, from storm Katrina to tsunamis to struggle, taking an in depth examine administration and administrative concepts that could support stimulate tourism restoration. This ebook explores stealth and catastrophic dangers, possibility perceptions, mediating the results of traditional failures on shuttle goal, and numerous advertising concepts designed to convey shoppers again. This quantity might turn into some of the most the most important assets in a tourism professional’s library. The ebook is commonly referenced and contains a number of tables and figures to obviously clarify data.
This ebook is key studying for tourism researchers, tourism educators, tourism managers, and tourism administrators.
This e-book used to be released as a distinct factor of the Journal of commute & Tourism Marketing.
By Mary Mostafanezhad,Roger Norum,Eric J. Shelton,Anna Thompson-Carr
Why has political ecology been assigned so little consciousness in tourism stories, regardless of its large and significant interrogation of setting and politics? because the first full-length therapy of a political ecology of tourism, the gathering addresses this lacuna and demands the extra institution of this rising interdisciplinary subfield.
Drawing on contemporary tendencies in geography, anthropology, and environmental and tourism reviews, Political Ecology of Tourism: groups, energy and the surroundings employs a political ecology method of the research of tourism via 3 interrelated subject matters: groups and tool, Conservation and keep an eye on, and improvement and clash. whereas geographically huge in scope—with chapters that span primary and South the US to Africa, and South, Southeast, and East Asia to Europe and Greenland—the assortment illustrates how tourism-related environmental demanding situations are shared throughout prodigious geographical distances, whereas additionally getting to the nuanced methods they materialize in neighborhood contexts and for this reason call for the traditionally located, place-based and multi-scalar strategy of political ecology. This assortment advances our realizing of the position of political, financial and environmental matters in tourism perform. It deals readers a political ecology framework from which to handle tourism-related matters and subject matters corresponding to improvement, id politics, environmental subjectivities, environmental degradation, land and assets clash, and indigenous ecologies. eventually, the gathering is bookended by means of a couple of essays from of the main unique students operating within the subfield: Rosaleen Duffy (foreword) and James Igoe (afterword).
This assortment should be invaluable interpreting for students and practitioners alike who percentage a serious curiosity within the intersection of tourism, politics and the environment
By Frank M. Go,Robert Govers
By Antje Böttger
By Cornelia Haldenwang
By Walter E. Little
Selling handicrafts to travelers has introduced the Maya peoples of Guatemala into the area industry. owners from rural groups now supply their wares to greater than 500,000 overseas travelers each year within the marketplaces of bigger towns akin to Antigua, Guatemala urban, Panajachel, and Chichicastenango. Like businesspeople anyplace, Maya artisans examine the wishes and desires in their clients and form their items to fulfill the calls for of the industry. yet how has adapting to the worldwide market reciprocally formed the id and cultural practices of the Maya peoples?
Drawing on over a decade of fieldwork, Walter Little offers the 1st ethnographic learn of Maya handicraft proprietors within the overseas industry. targeting Kaqchikel Mayas who travel to Antigua to promote their items, he explores 3 major issues:
Little's wide-ranging examine demanding situations our present knowing of tourism's detrimental effect on indigenous groups. He demonstrates that the Maya are retaining a particular, community-based feel of Maya identification, while they commodify their tradition for vacationer intake on the planet market.
By Maria Gravari-Barbas,Sandra Guinand
Tourism gentrification is a serious shaping strength of socio-economic and modern city landscapes. This booklet goals to be the 1st important textual content in this topic, explaining the a number of and intricate relationships among tourism and gentrification and their results and manifestations in modern metropolises. this can be completed through drawing on in-depth case analyses addressing different matters at stake.
Part I offers with the manifestations of tourism gentrification and the methods it impacts city landscapes via heritagization and concrete regeneration innovations. half II seems to be on the correlations among tourism gentrification and tradition. ultimately, the final components objective to spot and look at varieties and expressions of tourism gentrification, distinguishing one of the actors, beneficiaries, and sufferers of the phenomenon whereas taking a look at its implications for intra-metropolitan territories and metropolitan governance.
The publication methods those matters in an cutting edge means, through quite a few metropolises in a various diversity of nations and through facing different family members and administration concerns generated through gentrification when it comes to tourism. via interdisciplinary methods, this groundbreaking textual content sheds mild at the position tourism performs in modern metropolises, furthering wisdom of city tourism. For those purposes, will probably be of specific curiosity to students and scholars of tourism, city stories, geography, anthropology and sociology.