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Key words: Key players, sustainable tourism impact, tourism planning
Author: Astrid Frischknecht, Celiane Camargo-Borges & Celeste Wilderom
Key words: tourism management, tourism planning, visitor management, protected areas, New Zealand
Author: Julia Nina Albrecht
"Operational definitions of tourism sustainability require details regarding what is to be sustained, for whom it is to be sustained, and the level at which it is to be sustained." This is the introductory sentence to "A Dynamic Model of Sus...
Author: Timothy Tyrrell & Robert Johnston
This paper proposes the use of micro-mobility patterns and service blueprints in visitor management planning. Using a nature-based conservation area and visitor attraction in Wellington, New Zealand, as a case study, micro-mobility patterns ...
Author: Julia Albrecht
As a contribution to BEST Education Network ThinkTank V, Managing Riskand Crisis for Sustainable Tourism, the following paper has been prepared in two parts. The first part of the paper focuses on the idea that an appropriate model can be de...
Author: Scott K. Cunliffe
OPA: Keynote Speech
This paper explores the residents’ knowledge of community actions to engage local members in tourism planning and development in the King Cobra Village of Thailand. The degree of participatory ability which is associated with the public atti...
Author: Kitsada Tungchawal
This paper presents a tourism research and education approach for the optimization of social capital invested in community action in support of railway tourism in the Asia Pacific region. The main hypothesis of the research is that railway r...
Author: Ian Chaplin
Despite considerable discussion about how tourism could or should contribute to sustainable destination development, there is little evidence that the practice of tourism planning or development has altered in any significant way in the last...
Author: Gianna Moscardo, Andrea Schurmann, Elena Konovalov & Nancy G. McGehee
“Tourism is traditionally treated as an escape from everyday life and tourism theory is concerned with extraordinary places. Tourism and everyday life are conceptualized as belonging to different ontological worlds.” (Larsen, 2008, p. 27). A...
Author: Laurie Murphy, Gianna Moscardo, Nancy McGehee & Elena Konovalov
The state of Uttarakhand (in the Himalayas) in which the two case studies were conducted is trying to expand its already existing strength in the tourism sector as well. Tourism is estimated to make up for about 20% of GDP in Uttarakhand in...
Author: Harald Pechlaner & Christopher Reuter
Although the iconic floating markets in Thailand have been promoted both domestically and internationally, without a well-planned tourism initiative, virtually all of them have lost their authenticity. To preserve the culture of the Don-Mano...
Author: Nopparat Suthitakon, Sombat Karnjanakit & Suchart Taweepornpathomgul