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Chapter 12 Crises and Disasters

DOI: 10.23912/9781911396437-3656

ISBN: 9781911396437

Published: November 2017

Component type: chapter

Published in: Geography of Tourism

Parent DOI: 10.23912/9781911396437-3402

Abstract

As indicated at the beginning of this section, some factors are likely to contribute to the continued growth of tourism, whilst others will potentially lead to a halt in growth, or even a downturn in tourism numbers. Crises and disasters are very likely to have an immediate effect on tourist numbers, will almost certainly lead to a change in image of a tourism destination and may even significantly affect tourism, in the longer term, leading to major changes in specific locations, larger regions or even at the global level.

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  • Peter Mason, London South Bank University; Ecole Superieure Hotellerie (Author)

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  • Peter Mason, London South Bank University; Ecole Superieure Hotellerie (Author)

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Mason, 2017

Mason, P. (2017) "Chapter 12 Crises and Disasters" In: Mason, P. (ed) . Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers http://dx.doi.org/10.23912/9781911396437-3656

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