Citt Turismo E Comunicazione Globale

Author: Asterio Savelli
Editor: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 9788846456175
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Mass Tourism In A Small World

Author: David Harrison
Editor: CABI
ISBN: 1780648545
Size: 15,70 MB
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This new book reviews all aspects of the phenomenon of mass tourism. It covers theoretical perspectives (including political economy, ethics, sustainability and environmentalism), the historical context, and the current challenges to domestic, intra-regional and international mass tourism. As tourism and tourist numbers continue to grow around the world, it becomes increasingly important that this subject is studied in depth and best practice applied in real-life situations. Finishing with a speculative chapter identifying potential future trends and challenges, this book forms an essential resource for all researchers and students within tourism studies.

Sociology Of Tourism

Author: Graham Dann
Editor: Emerald Group Publishing
ISBN: 1846639891
Size: 17,59 MB
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There is abundant evidence of the quasi-total domination of the sociology and anthropology of tourism by academics from the English-speaking world. This title familiarises readers in the US, UK, Australia and the English speaking regions of Africa and Asia with such evolutionary thinking.

Mobilities And Hospitable Cities

Author: Ezio Marra
Editor: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1527509729
Size: 20,49 MB
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Urban life and mobility have been greatly affected by globalization and postmodernization. This international collection of essays investigates a number of significant issues in urban research, including urban governance, city branding and commodification, urban fears and safety, and the conservation of the urban ecosystem. Also explored are the changing lifestyles in the urban environment, the increasing importance of tourism in the economy of metropolitan areas, and the interdependence of tourism, cultural heritage and local communities. The volume offers a range of case studies exploring New York, Orlando, Paris, Barcelona, Lisbon, Venice and the imitations of the latter in Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and various Chinese towns. A specific section is devoted to other Italian cities, such as Rome, Florence, Naples, and Turin. It also provides an appendix detailing the “success story” of tourism degree programmes in European universities. The book is dedicated to the memory of Guido Martinotti, a leading Italian scholar widely known for his seminal contributions to urban sociology.

Slow Tourism Food And Cities

Author: Michael Clancy
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317415965
Size: 15,48 MB
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Slow Food began in the late 1980s as a response to the spread of fast food establishments and as a larger statement against globalization and the perceived deterioration of modern life. Since then, slow practices have permeated into other areas, including cities and territories and travel and tourism. This book provides an in-depth examination of slow food, tourism and cities, demonstrating how these elements are intertwined with one other as part of the modern search for "the good life." Part 1 locates the slow concept within the larger social setting of modernity and investigates claims made by the slow movement, examining aesthetic and instrumental values inherent to it. Part 2 explores the practices and places of slow, containing both conceptual and empirical chapters in Italy, the birthplace of the movement. Part 3 provides a comparative perspective by examining the practices in Spain, the UK, Germany and Canada. Slow Tourism, Food and Cities offers key theoretical insights and alternative perspectives on the varying practices and meanings of slow from a cultural, sociological and ethical perspective. It is a valuable text for students and scholars of sociology, geography, urban studies, social movements, travel and tourism, and food studies.

Reading Tourism Texts

Author: Sabrina Francesconi
Editor: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 1845414292
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This volume explores the relationship between tourism and travel texts and contemporary society, and how each is shaped by the other. A multimodal analysis is used to consider a variety of texts including novels, brochures, blogs, websites, radio commercials, videos, postcards and authentic tourist pictures and their meaning-making dynamics within the tourism discourse. The book looks at the ways in which these different texts have influenced how tourists and travellers have been viewed over time and how we envision ourselves as tourists or travellers. It puts forward multimodal analysis as the best framework for exploring the semiotic potential of these texts. Including examples from the UK, Malta, Canada, New Zealand, India, Jamaica and South Africa, this volume will be useful for researchers and students in tourism studies, communication and media studies and applied linguistics.

Citt Mediterranee Nello Spazio Globale Mobilit Turistica Tra Crisi E Mutamento

Author: Tidore
Editor: FrancoAngeli
ISBN: 882045615X
Size: 20,59 MB
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