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Practicing responsible tourism : international case studies in tourism planning, policy, and development

Author: Lynn Harrison; Winston Husbands
Publisher: New York : J. Wiley, ©1996.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lynn Harrison; Winston Husbands
ISBN: 047112236X 9780471122364
OCLC Number: 34548811
Description: xiii, 590 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Practicing Responsible Tourism: Understanding Tourism Today to Prepare for Tomorrow / Winston Husbands and Lynn C. Harrison --
2. Graphical Images of the Commonwealth Caribbean: The Tourist Area Cycle of Evolution / Paul F. Wilkinson --
3. One Name, Two Destinations: Planned and Unplanned Coastal Resorts in Indonesia / Geoffrey Wall --
4. Towards Sustainability? Tourism in the Republic of Cyprus / Kerry B. Godrey --
5. Revitalizing Bermuda: Tourism Policy Planning in a Mature Island Destination / Michael V. Conlin --
6. Strategic Tourism Planning in Fiji: An Oxymoron or Providing for Coherence in Decision Making? / K. Michael Haywood and Laurel J. Walsh --
7. Changing the Balance of Power: Tour Operators and Tourism Suppliers in the Spanish Tourism Industry / Mary S. Klemm and Maria A. Martin-Quiros --
8. Maintaining Competitiveness in a New World Order: Regional Solutions to Caribbean Tourism Sustainability Problems / Jean S. Holder --
9. Setting the Stage to Balance Competing Trade-offs: Identifying Issues Affecting Tourism Development and Management on Inis Oirr / Michael J. Keane, Michael S.O. Cinneide and Clodagh Cunningham --
10. Capitalizing on Location and Heritage: Tourism and Economic Regeneration in Argetiere La Bessee, High French Alps / Karl Donert and Duncan Light --
11. Striving for Sustainability and Financial Self-Sufficiency: Nelson's Dockyard National Park, Antigua / David Russell, Ann Marie Martin and Wrenford Ferrance --
12. Impacts on the Grand Traverse Resort, Michigan, USA: Are Perceptions Consistent with "Reality"? / Daniel J. Stynes and Susan I. Stewart --
13. Tourism and Transportation in Ontario, Canada: A Vital Link / Barbara Lamb and Sally Davidson --
14. Rural Tourism Development: Are Communities in Southwest Rural Pennsylvania Ready to Participate? / Lisa Bourke and A.E. Luloff --
15. An Approach to Community-Based Tourism Planning in the Baffin Region, Canada's Far North: A Retrospective / Liz Addison --
16. Everything Must Be Connected to Everything Else: An Ecosystem Approach to Tourism Development in Northumberland County, Ontario, Canada / Marion Joppe --
17. Instilling Community Confidence and Commitment in Tourism: Community Planning and Public Participation in Government Camp, Oregon, USA / Samuel V. Lankford, Jill Knowles-Lankford and David C. Povey --
18. It Is "Never-Never Land" When Interest Groups Prevail: Disney's America Project, Prince William County, Virginia, USA / Donald Hawkins and John Cunningham --
19. Hallmark Events and Urban Reimaging Strategies: Coercion, Community, and the Sydney 2000 Olympics / C. Michael Hall --
20. Seeing the Forest Through the Trees: Using Geographical Information Systems to Identify Potential Ecotourism Sites in Northern Ontario, Canada / Stephen W. Boyd and Richard W. Butler --
21. Keeping Track of What Really Counts: Tourism Resource Inventory Systems in British Columbia, Canada / Peter W. Williams, Julie Paul and Douglas Hainsworth --
22. Sustainable Tourism Development or a Case of Loving a Special Place to Death? Scuba Diving in the Julian Rocks Aquatic Reserve, Eastern Australia / Derrin Davis and Vicki J. Harriott --
23. Divergence and Conflict, or Convergence and Harmony? Nature Conservation and Tourism Potential in Hohe Tauern National Park, Austria / Christoph Stadel --
24. Understanding Visitor Experiences as a Basis for Product Development: ASEB Grid Analysis and the Black Country Museum in the West Midlands of England / Alison Beeho and Richard C. Prentice --
25. Dinosaurs for Tourism: Picket Wire Canyon and the Rocky Mountain Paleontological Tourism Initiative, Colorado, USA / Robert M. O'Halloran --
26. Attracting the Invisible Tourist Market: VFR Travel in Albury Wodonga, Australia / Bob McKercher --
27. Cultivating Markets for Economic Spin-offs: The Niagara Winter Festival of Lights, Ontario, Canada / Laurel J. Reid --
28. Planning for a Competitive Strategy in a Declining Industry: Positioning Spain's Arnedillo Spa Hotel / Russell A. Bell and Javier Vazquez-Illa.
Responsibility: edited by Lynn Harrison, Winston Husbands.
Local System Bib Number:
329961
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