Tourism Planning And Policy In Australia And New Zealand

Author: Colin Michael Hall
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ISBN: 9780256254518
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Tourism Planning And Policy In Australia And New Zealand from the Author: Colin Michael Hall. Studies the supply of the tourism product, and the impacts of tourism on destinations, by examining case studies of contemporary tourism planning and policy in two countries.

Ecotourism Policy And Planning

Author: David A. Fennell
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 9780851997629
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Ecotourism Policy And Planning from the Author: David A. Fennell. Annotation. The global tourism industry continues a trend of sustained growth, moving more people and generating domestic and foreign revenues, often at the expense of the social and ecological integrity of destination regions. As a result, tourism policy makers have been forced to consider a variety of new approaches to ensure that the environment, local people, tourists, and business remain unaffected by the negative impacts of the industry.

Tourism Management

Author: Chris Ryan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0080435890
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Tourism Management from the Author: Chris Ryan. An edited selection of research papers on tourism management published over the 1990s. The work analyzes some of the key developments in the literature and examines the evolution of the thinking and the development of the subject area.

Tourism Management

Author: C. Ryan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136002820
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Tourism Management from the Author: C. Ryan. One of the leading texts in the field, Tourism Management is the ideal introduction to the fundamentals of tourism as you study for a degree, diploma or single module in the subject. It is written in an engaging style that assumes no prior knowledge of tourism and builds up your understanding as you progress through this wide ranging global review of the principles of managing tourism. It traces the evolution and future development of tourism and the challenges facing tourism managers in this fast growing sector of the world economy. This book is highly illustrated with diagrams and colour images, and contains short case studies of contemporary themes of interest, as well as new data and statistics.

Tourism Planning

Author: Colin Michael Hall
Publisher: Pearson Education
ISBN: 9780132046527
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Tourism Planning from the Author: Colin Michael Hall. The new edition of this text is positioned - through its broad coverage, accessible style and presentation, and practical application - as the core learning resource for students of tourism planning. With an increased applied focus, a wider range of international case studies and examples, and two new chapters highlighting sustainability as a core tourism concern in the world today, the new edition will appeal across the spectrum of tourism students and practitioners from business and management and the social sciences. Tourism and Planning is an essential text for students on travel and tourism degrees and will be of key interest to students and practitioners in related fields including management, marketing, geography, development studies and regional planning.

Oceania

Author: Chris Cooper
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 9781873150870
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Oceania from the Author: Chris Cooper. "Oceania: A Tourism Handbook draws together a wide range of sources to provide a comprehensive handbook of tourism in the Oceania region. As tourism continues to grow in importance and significance for the countries of Oceania, it is important to have a single source of information and reference for tourism. At the same time, it is vital to provide a disciplined analysis of tourism by standardising terminologies and delivering a consistency of approach for all the countries in the region." "The handbook provides an anatomy of tourism in the region by taking a detailed look at each of the three key constituents of Oceania - Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. For each of these regions, tourism demand, supply and organisation have been analysed, as well as a chapter to guide the reader through the tourism statistics sources that are available. The final section of the handbook takes a thematic approach with chapters examining key issues of tourism in the region, including investment, air transport, risk management, land ownership, climate change and tourism education."--BOOK JACKET.

Outdoor Recreation Management

Author: John Jenkins
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134215770
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Outdoor Recreation Management from the Author: John Jenkins. It is now widely recognized that recreation is as important as work. This revealing book analyzes leisure and outdoor recreation in terms of both their management and their wider importance to society. Specifically, it: clarifies the link between leisure, recreation, tourism and resource management reviews contemporary outdoor recreation management and concepts critically examines approaches to outdoor recreation planning and management in diverse recreational settings considers the future of outdoor recreation and the potential influences of economic, social, political and technological developments. Wide-ranging and topical, it considers such issues as motivation and choice, provision for people with special needs, the impact of outdoor recreation on the environment, and outdoor recreation in both urban and rural contexts. This comprehensively revised second edition has many sections rewritten and expanded to reflect contemporary development in leisure and outdoor recreation management in countries such as Australia, Canada, the UK, the US and New Zealand. With an extensive bibliography of more than 500 references and including further reading sections and review questions, it is an essential student purchase and one of the most comprehensive and international accounts of outdoor recreation management available.

Mountain Tourism

Author: Harold Richins
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780644604
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Mountain Tourism from the Author: Harold Richins. Mountains have long held an appeal for people around the world. This book focusses on the diversity of perspectives, interaction and role of tourism within these areas. Providing a vital update to the current literature, it considers the interdisciplinary context of communities, the creation of mountain tourism experiences and the impacts tourism has on these environments. Including authors from Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America, the development, planning and governance issues are also covered.

A Question Of Balance

Author: David Mercer
Publisher: Federation Press
ISBN: 9781862873421
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A Question Of Balance from the Author: David Mercer. The key themes of the third edition of this established text are the rise of the globalised economy and the free-traders' current dominance of the economic agenda, and the continuing retreat by Australian governments, particularly the federal government, from involvement in environmental management. What impact have these had upon the state of Australia's environment? In particular upon the four commercial sectors that for decades have been the economic backbone of rural Australia and, traditionally, the major contributors to Australia's exports ie: forestry resources tourism mining and energy, and agriculture and pastoralism.

Planning For Tourism

Author: Nigel D Morpeth
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780644582
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Planning For Tourism from the Author: Nigel D Morpeth. This text provides an innovative approach to the pedagogy of contemporary planning processes within different cultural contexts globally. It adopts an innovative multi-disciplinary social science approach and through the inclusion of international case studies, considers the extent to which intelligent design has enabled the needs of disabled residents and visitors to have universal access to social spaces and facilities. In incorporating the consideration into the fabric of the book it will encourage the mainstreaming of universal design and accessible tourism, as keystones of planning processes within the C21st.