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  • Author:
    Peter M. Burns,Marina Novelli
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    008045075X
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    978-0080450759
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    taylor & francis; 1 edition (December 23, 2006)
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    430 pages
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Request PDF On Feb 29, 2008, David Weir and others published Tourism and Politics: Global . 118+ million publications.

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Tourism and Politics" aims to disseminate ideas on the critical discourse of tourism and tourists as they .

That tourism is a profoundly important economic sector for most countries and regions of the world is widely accepted, even if some of the detail remains controversial.

Tourism and Politics aims to disseminate ideas on the critical discourse of tourism and tourists as they relate to politics . Literature on tourism and politics is surprisingly limited.

Literature on tourism and politics is surprisingly limited.

Examines the intersection between tourism, tourists, and politics This book will make a substantial contribution to the theoretical framework of tourism.

Examines the intersection between tourism, tourists, and politics. That tourism is a profoundly important economic sector for most countries and regions of the world is widely accepted, even if some of the detail remains controversial. This book will make a substantial contribution to the theoretical framework of tourism.

Global frameworks and local realities

Global frameworks and local realities. Marina Novelli (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer in Tourism Development and Management at the CENTOPS, University of Brighton.

Tourism and Politics: Introduction - Chapter 1: Democracy and Tourism: Exploring the Nature of an Inconsistent Relationship - Section 1. .Peter M Burns, Peter M.

Tourism and Politics: Introduction - Chapter 1: Democracy and Tourism: Exploring the Nature of an Inconsistent Relationship - Section 1: Politics, Democracy and Organisations - Chapter 2: Tourism as Political Platform: Residents' Perceptions of Tourism and Voting Behaviour - Chapter 3: Privatisation during Market Economy Transformation as a Motor of Development - Chapter 4: Group politics and tourism interest representation at the supranational level.

Hardcover Book, 204 pages. The intention of this book is to make a contribution to the theoretical framework of tourism through a series of international case studies

Hardcover Book, 204 pages. The making and consuming of tourism takes place within a complex social milieu, with competing actors drawing into the product peoples history, culture and lifestyles. Culture and people thus become part of the tourism product. The intention of this book is to make a contribution to the theoretical framework of tourism through a series of international case studies.

Published December 9, 2006 by Elsevier Science. Political aspects, Tourism.

Tourism and Politics aims to disseminate ideas on the critical discourse of tourism and tourists as they relate to politics, through a series of case studies from around the world written by specialists with an emphasis on linking theory to practice. That tourism is a profoundly important economic sector for most countries and regions of the world is widely accepted, even if some of the detail remains controversial. However, as tourism matures as a subject, the theories underpinning it necessarily need to be more sophisticated; tourism cannot be simply 'read' as a business proposition with a series of impacts. Wider questions of politics, power and identity need to be articulated, investigated and answered. While the making and consuming of tourism takes place within complex political milieux with multiple stakeholders competing for benefit, the implications are not fully understood. Literature on tourism and politics is surprisingly limited. This book will make a substantial contribution to the theoretical framework of tourism. *Examines the intersection between tourism, tourists, and politics*Uses international case studies to link theory to practice*Adopts a critical perspective and contributes to the theoretical framework of tourism