By Alan Lew, C. Michael Hall, Allan M. Williams
This groundbreaking better half deals readers a chance to re-evaluate key issues in modern tourism stories within the mild of modern theoretical advancements in tourism experiences and the social sciences, in addition to dramatic adjustments within the working atmosphere for tourism.
- A serious evaluate of present study in tourism reviews.
- Offers readers a chance to re-evaluate key issues in tourism experiences within the gentle of contemporary advancements, reminiscent of terrorist assaults, SARS and the monetary failure of airways.
- Comprises forty eight particularly commissioned essays, written by way of greater than 50 stated specialists from worldwide.
- Covers state of the art views and issues, together with tourism’s position in globalization, sustainable tourism, and the state’s function in tourism improvement.
- Sets an time table for destiny tourism study.
- Includes a wealth of bibliographic references.
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There is no obvious logic that one can use to meaningfully aggregate these diverse products into a single generic product that would characterize something called the tourism industry. So, if tourism is not an industry, what is it? Let us turn to a brief examination of the evolution of definitions of tourism and related concepts. Our focus will be on formal international conventions rather than academic debates about the nature of tourism because these conventions represent the cutting edge of work on defining and measuring global tourism as an economic phenomenon in ways that will shape future academic debates.
Tourism is something that people do, not something businesses produce. When measuring the magnitude of tourism as an economic activity, one focuses on expenditures made by visitors in the course of a trip (or on behalf of a visitor, such as contracts with a hotel made by a tour operator in assembling a tour for sale). Certain exceptions to the restriction to expenditures made during a trip are possible. For example, the purchase of consumables made immediately before departure, such as gas for the car, can be tallied as tourism expenditures.
This chapter examines the temporal-spatial relationship that exists between tourism-generating areas and destinations. The first part of the chapter compares a number of itinerary models that have been developed to predict the spatial movement of tourists. The balance of the chapter then identifies a number of intervening factors that exert a moderating effect on tourism movements. Modeling the Movement of Tourists Little empirical or conceptual work has been conducted examining and modeling tourism itineraries, in spite of the long understood need to study this phenomenon (Pearce 1989; Dietvorst 1995; Fennell 1996).
A Companion to Tourism (Blackwell Companions to Geography) by Alan Lew, C. Michael Hall, Allan M. Williams