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変革下のツーリズム

Tourism in Transitions : Recovering Decline, Managing Change

1st ed. 2018.

(Geographies of Tourism and Global Change)

Mueller, Dieter K. (EDT)   Wieckowski, Marek (EDT)

Springer 2017/09
250 p.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783319643243
KCN: 1028730623
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KDC: E260 ホスピタリティ・ツーリズム
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Annotation

With case studies from Europe, America, Asia and Africa, this book explores how tourism has been used as a tool to recover from decline or to manage change caused by event-driven, rapid transitions in a region's economy, politics or environment.

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This book explores the relationship between transition and tourism geographies on a global scale, discussing how tourism has been used as a tool to recover from decline or to manage change caused by event-driven, rapid transitions in a region's economy, politics or environment.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Tourism and transition (Dieter K. Muller).- Chapter 2. Challenges to the resilience of Whistler's journey towards sustainability (Alison Gill).- Chapter 3. Capabilities and limitations for developing a public use program in conservation units of the state of Amazonas, Brazil: The case of Igapo - Acu sustainable development reserve (Davis Gruber Sansolo).- Chapter 4. Maritime cruises: oligopoly, centralization of capital and corporate use of Brazilian territory (Rita de Cassia Ariza da Cruz).- Chapter 5. Cruise tourism: from regional saturation towards global dynamic equilibrium (Denis Ceric).- Chapter 6. Chances and problems of development based on art tourism in the Seto Inland Sea (Carolin Funck).- Chapter 7. Transitions in community sense of place across tourism development stages: the role of Glipin county, Colorado (Patricia A. Stokowoski).- Chapter 8. Second home tourism: social and economic impacts in developing countries like South Africa (Anette Hay).- Chapter 9.