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ツーリズム、レジリエンスと持続可能性

Tourism, Resilience and Sustainability : Adapting to Social, Political and Economic Change

(Routledge Advances in Tourism)

Cheer, Joseph M. (EDT)   Lew, Alan A. (EDT)

Taylor & Francis 2017/08
328 p. 24 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138206786
KCN: 1027475533
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KDC: E260 ホスピタリティ・ツーリズム
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Full Description

In a world increasingly faced with, and divided by, regional and global crises, resilience has emerged as a key concept with significant relevance for tourism. A paradigmatic shift is taking place in the long-term planning of tourism development, in which the prevailing focus on sustainability is being enhanced with the practical application of resilience planning. This book provides a critical appraisal of sustainability and resilience, and the relationship between the two. Contributions highlight the complexity of addressing social change with resilience planning in a range of tourism contexts, from islands to mountains, from urban to remote environments, and in a range of international settings. Case studies articulate how tourism is both an agent of social change and a victim of larger change processes, and provide important lessons on how to deal with increasingly unstable economic, social and environmental systems. This is the first book to specifically examine social change and sustainability in tourism through a resilience lens. This much-needed contribution to the literature will be a key resource for those working in tourism studies, tourism planning and management, social geography, and development studies, among others.

Table of Contents

PART 1: INTRODUCTION 1. Understanding tourism resilience: Adapting to social, political and economic change Joseph Cheer and Alan A. Lew 2. Resilience in tourism: Development, theory, and application C. Michael Hall 3. Planning for slow resilience in a tourism community context Alan A. Lew PART 2: SOCIAL, POLITICAL, AND ECONOMIC DRIVERS OF CHANGE 4. Resilience in the visitor economy: Cultural economy, human social networks, and slow change in the regional periphery Joseph M. Cheer 5. Tourism and resilience on Jersey: Culture, environment, and sea Christian Fleury and Henry Johnson 6. From warrior to beach boy: The resilience of the Maasai in Zanzibar's tourism business Lauri Johannes Hooli 7. Resilience in the face of changing circumstances: Fair Isle, Shetland Richard Butler 8. Threats and obstacles to resilience: Insight's from Greece's wine tourism Maria Alebaki and Dimitri Ioannides 9. The sustainability of small business resilience: The local tourism industry of Yogyakarta, Indonesia a decade after the crisis Heidi Dahles PART 3: TOURISM AS A SOCIO-ECONOMIC DRIVER OF CHANGE 10. Strategies for building community resilience to long-term structural change in the Mackay and Whitsunday regions of Queensland, Australia Alexandra Bec, Brent Moyle, Char-lee McLennan and Robyn Keast 11. Collaborative capacity building as a resilience strategy for tourism development in indigenous Mexico Pilar Espeso-Molinero 12. Resilience and rural tourism development in rural China: Huangling Village in Jiangxi Province Xiaoqing Chen and Alan A. Lew 13. Learning from Dabang, Taiwan: Sustainbility and resilience in action in indigenous tourism development Tsung-Chiung (Emily) Wu and Geoffrey Wall 14. Tourism, history, identity, and community resilience in the world heritage city of Kandy, Sri Lanka Keir Reeves and Sivesan Sivanandamoorthy 15. Backpacker tourism in Fiji as a sustainability intervention: Will they sink or swim? Supattra Sroypetch and Rod Caldicott 16. Sustainability or resilience? Poverty-related philanthropic tourism as an agent for deliberate slow change Gary Lacey, Betty Weiler and Victoria Peel 17. Between resilience and preservation strategies: Traditional villages from Maramures Land, Romania Gabriela Ilies PART 4: CONCLUSIONS 18. Lessons learned: Globalization, change and resilience in tourism communities Alan A. Lew & Joseph Cheer