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Geotourism: the tourism of geology and landscape 110427 visits

David Newsome, Ross Dowling

ISBN: 978-1-906884-09-3

A compilation of first class international research which explores the nexus between landscape, geological phenomena and tourism. Covering landscape appreciation, geoheritage, management, interpretation, education and the future of geotourism, it sets the

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The Origins of Hospitality and Tourism 111174 visits

Kevin D O'Gorman

ISBN: 978-1-906884-08-6

'''The Origins of Hospitality and Tourism''' is an exciting new text about the true origins of hospitality and tourism, identifying how an understanding the past can inform modern approaches to hospitality and tourism management.

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Tourism and Crime 64801 visits

Key Themes

David Botterill, Trevor Jones

ISBN: 978-1-906884-14-7

Recent years have seen growing media and political attention to the issue of tourism and crime in a number of countries. Issues such as drugs tourism, sex tourism & alcohol-related crime and disorder have highlighted crimes and rule-breaking by tourists

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Marketing Innovations for Sustainable Destinations 80817 visits

Edited by: Alan Fyall, Metin Kozak, Luisa Andreu, Juergen Gnoth, Sonja Sibila

ISBN: 978-1-906884-05-5

A collection of groundbreaking and stimulating chapters that explore innovative marketing operations, interactions and experiences, illustrating how each contributes to the sustainable development of destinations.

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Tourism: A temporal analysis 8 visits

Philip Goulding

ISBN: 9781911635840 hbk; 9781911635857 pbk; 978191163586 eBook

Examines how temporality manifests in and impacts tourism in different parts of the world looking at climate, culture and/or structural conditions of the tourism operation. It looks at the reasons and causes for temporality within tourism and how this effects both the industry, the consumer and the environment.

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Social Marketing through Events 603 visits

Theory and Methods for Event Management and Tourism

Henrik Jutbring

ISBN: 9781911635338HBK; 9781911635345 PBK; 9781911635321 eBook:

Thoroughly explains social marketing theory and its relevance to planned events and event tourism and provides lecturers and students with a one stop shop to learn more about this vital area of events management and marketing.

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Sustainable and Collaborative Tourism in a Digital World 336 visits

Alain Decrop, Antónia Correia, Alan Fyall, Metin Kozak

ISBN: 9781911635765 HBK; 9781911635772 PBK; 9781911635789 eBook

Presents theories, methods and results for enhancing techniques for more sustainable marketing and explores how sharing practices in business raises new social challenges and the ethical questions that arise as a consequence.

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Tourism’s New Markets 3818 visits

Drivers, details and directions

Philip Pearce, Antónia Correia

ISBN: 9781911635628 HBK; 9781911635635 PBK; 9781911635642 eBook

Tourism is facing new challenges. The number of tourists in the world is increasing, new segments are emerging and their flows are shifting. Tourism’s New Markets: Drivers, details and directions explores these new segments and markets and all their different needs, interests and cultures.

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Neolocalism and Tourism 4337 visits

Understanding a Global Movement

Linda Ingram, Susan L. Slocum, Christina Cavaliere

ISBN: 9781911635604 HBK; 9781911635611 eBook

The first comprehensive analysis of neolocalism in the tourism context and a forum to discuss the latest developments, trends, and research involving tourism and neolocalism, as well as exploring new areas for consideration.

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Tourism Theories, Concepts and Models 5207 visits

Bob McKercher, Bruce Prideaux

ISBN: 9781911635352 HBK; 9781911635369 PBK; 9781911635376 eBook

A critical overview of the core theories, concepts and models that have shaped the development of tourism as a field of study


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