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Tourism and Development

Four Volume Set
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July 2015 | 1 296 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Fundamental to the study of tourism is the relationship between tourism and development.  Tourism represents a major sector of the global economy and, as such, is considered by many to be an effective driver of economic growth and development in destination areas. Importantly, however, most destinations face what has been referred to as a ‘development dilemma’. Whilst the benefits afforded by tourism, including income, foreign exchange and government revenue generation, employment, economic linkages, infrastructural development and environmental enhancement, are recognised, so too are the negative consequences  of tourism development.

 

This Major Work illustrates tourism and development through a collection of key papers which have contributed to knowledge of and debates in this significant area of tourism studies. The literature is framed by an extensive introductory chapter which highlights the key concepts, themes and debates.

 

Volume One: The Tourism-Development Dilemma: The Benefits and Costs of Tourism

Volume Two: Tourism and Sustainable Development

Volume Three: Tourism Alternatives

Volume Four: Contemporary Tourism and Development Issues

 

 

 
VOLUME ONE: THE TOURISM-DEVELOPMENT DILEMMA: THE BENEFITS AND COSTS OF TOURISM
Tourism’s Role in Economic Development: The Case Re-Examined J. Diamond
Assessing the Impacts of Travel and Tourism – Measuring Economic Costs Douglas Frechtling
Tourism and Income Distribution in East Africa Adam Blake
Tourism Development and Economic Growth in Developing Countries E. Ekanayake and Aubrey Long
A Conceptual Analysis of Tourism-Supported Employment Which Reduces the Incidence of Exaggerated, Misleading Statistics about Jobs Neil Leiper
Tourism and Environmental Integration. The Journey from Idealism to Realism R. Dowling
Global Environmental Consequences of Tourism Stefan Gössling
Residents' Perceptions of the Cultural Benefits of Tourism Antonia Besculides, Martha Lee and Peter McCormick
International Tourism and Cultural Change in South-East Asia Robert Wood
Social Impacts of Tourism: An Australian Regional Case Study Cesar Tovar and Michael Lockwood
Host Perceptions of Tourism: A Review of the Research Richard Sharpley
Tourism and Development: Perplexity or Panacea? Herbert Kariel
Small Island Tourism: Development or Dependency? R. Bastin
Tourism, Capital and Place: Towards a Critical Geography of Tourism S. Britton
Tourism in Cyprus: Challenges and Opportunities Richard Sharpley
The Political Economy of Tourism. A. Pleumarom
 
VOLUME TWO: TOURISM AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
Sustainable Tourism: An Evolving Global Approach Bill Bramwell and Bernard Lane
Sustainable Tourism: Research and Reality Ralf Buckley
Tourism, Environment and Sustainable Development Richard Butler
Ecotourism as Western Construct Erlet Cater
Environment, Economy and Society: Fitting Them Together into Sustainable Development Bob Giddings, Bill Hopwood and Geoff O’Brien
Sustainable Tourism and the Touristic Ecological Footprint Colin Hunter
The Intellectual History of Development towards a Widening Potential Repertoire Beniamin Knutsson
Sustainable Development: A Critical Review Sharachchandram Lélé
Sustainable Tourism Development: A Critique Zhenhua Liu
Some Fundamental Truths about Tourism: Understanding Tourism’s Social and Environmental Impacts Bob McKercher
A Review of Utopian Themes in Sustainable Development Discourse John Harlow, Aaron Golub and Braden Allenby
The Concept of Sustainable Development: Its Origins and Ambivalence Carl Mitcham
Ecotourism for Sustainable Development: Oxymoron or Plausible Strategy? Susan Place
Squaring the Circle? Some Thoughts on the Idea of Sustainable Development John Robinson
The Five Dimensions of Sustainability Lucas Seghezzo
Tourism and Sustainable Development: Exploring the Theoretical Divide Richard Sharpley
The Growth and Spread of the Concept of Sustainable Tourism: The Contribution of Institutional Initiatives to Tourism Policy A. Torres-Delgado and F. Palomeque
 
VOLUME THREE: TOURISM ALTERNATIVES
Developing a Conceptual Framework for Slow Travel: A Grounded Theory Approach Les Lumsdon and Peter McGrath
A Critical Look at Community Based Tourism Kirsty Blackstock
Alternative Tourism: Pious Hope or Trojan Horse? R. Butler
The Mantra of ‘Community Participation’ in Context Jim Butcher
Alternative Tourism: A Critique E. Cohen
Ecotourism: A Status Report and Conceptual Framework Glen Hvenegaard
Towards a More Desirable Form of Ecotourism Mark Orams
Responsible Travel: Whose Responsibility? Richard Sharpley
‘Exceptional Visitors’: Dimensions of Tourist Responsibility in the Context of New Zealand Davina Stanford
Arguments for Community Participation in the Tourism Development Process Cevat Tosun and Dallen Timothy
Wildlife-based Tourism, Ecology and Sustainability: A Tug-of-War among Competing Interests in Zimbabwe Haretsebe Manwa
Ecotourism as Mass Tourism: Contradiction or Reality? David Bruce Weaver
Alternative Tourism: A Deceptive Ploy B. Wheeller
Ecotourism: Ethics or Eco-Sell? Pamela Wright
Beyond Ecotourism: The Environmentally Responsible Tourist in the General Travel Experience Sara Dolnicar and Patrick Long
VOLUME FOUR: CONTEMPORARY TOURISM AND DEVELOPMENT ISSUES  
The Future of Tourism and Globalisation: Some Critical Remarks Julio Aramberri
Tourism, Development and Poverty Reduction in Guizhou and Yunnan John Andrew Donaldson
Oil, the Global Economy and Tourism Susanne Becken
Tourism and the Globalisation of Fear: Analysing the Politics of Risk and (in)Security in Global Travel Raoul Bianchi
Tourism as a Tool for Poverty Alleviation: A Critical Analysis of ‘Pro-Poor Tourism’ and Implications for Sustainability Stephanie Chok, Jim Macbeth and Carol Warren
Charity-based Voluntourism versus ‘Lifestyle’ Voluntourism: Evidence from Nicaragua and Malaysia Bilge Daldeniz and Mark Hampton
Sustainable Supply Chain Management in Tourism Xavier Font et al.
The Primacy of Climate Change for Sustainable International Tourism C. Michael Hall, Daniel Scott and Stefan Gössling
Pro-Poor Tourism: A Critique David Harrison
Self-Determination: Exercising Indigenous Rights in Tourism Alison Johnston
Tourism and Development I: Globalization and Power Kevin Hannam
New Tourism in a New Society Arises from ‘Peak Oil’ James Leigh
Pro-Poor Tourism in a First World Urban Setting: Case Study of Glasgow Govan Richard Butler, Ross Curran and Kevin O’Gorman
Tourism and Governance in Small Island Developing States (SIDS): The Case of Zanzibar Richard Sharpley and Miraji Ussi
Who Are We Responsible To? Locals’ Tales of Volunteer Tourism Harng Luh Sin
Can Sustainable Tourism Survive Climate Change? David Weaver

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