ワイリー・ブラックウェル版 ツーリズム必携(第2版)<br>The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Tourism (Wiley Blackwell Companions to Geography) (2ND)

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ワイリー・ブラックウェル版 ツーリズム必携(第2版)
The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Tourism (Wiley Blackwell Companions to Geography) (2ND)

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Full Description

The first authoritative overview of tourism studies published post-COVID-19

The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Tourism remains a definitive reference in this interdisciplinary field. Edited and authored by leading scholars from around the world, this state-of-the-art volume provides a comprehensive critical overview of tourism studies across the social sciences. In-depth yet accessible chapters combine established theories and cutting-edge developments and analysis, addressing a wide range of current and emerging topics, issues, debates, and themes.

The second edition of the Companion reflects the complexity of the changing field, incorporating new developments, diverse theories, core themes, and fresh perspectives throughout. New and revised chapters explore the organization and practice of tourism, pressing health, economic, social, and environmental challenges, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism and the tourist industry, empowerment, placemaking, mindfulness and wellbeing, resident attitudes towards tourism, Chinese outbound tourism, public transport, long-distance walking, and more.

Covers the full spectrum of tourism studies, including its connections to geography, sociology, urban studies, sustainability, marketing, management, globalization, and policy
Outlines exciting new and emerging approaches, theoretical foundations, and major developments in tourism studies
Offers perspectives on major topics including the role of tourism in the Anthropocene, global and local change, resilience, innovation, and consumer and business behavior
Sets an agenda for future tourism research and reviews significant issues in theory, method, and practice
Features new contributions from an international panel of younger scholars and established researchers

With a wealth of up-to-date bibliographic references and extensive coverage of the tourism-related literature, The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Tourism, Second Edition, is required reading for undergraduate students, postgraduate researchers, lecturers, and academic scholars in tourism studies, tourism management, tourism geography, tourism theory, sociology, urban studies, and globalization, as well as professionals working in tourism and hospitality management worldwide.

Contents

List of Figures xi

List of Tables xiii

Notes on Contributors xv

Acknowledgements xxv

List of Abbreviations xxvi

Part 1 Introduction 1

1 Tourism: Conceptualisations, Disciplinarity, Institutions and Issues 3
C. Michael Hall

Part 2 Disciplinary And Methodological Perspectives On Tourism 15

Introduction: Disciplinary and Methodological Perspectives on Tourism 17
C. Michael Hall

2 Tourist Flows and Spatial Behaviour 20
Judit Zoltan and Bob McKercher

3 Consumer Behaviour in Tourism 32
Girish Prayag

4 Tourism Motivations and Decision- making 46
Yael Ram

5 Economic Perspectives on Tourism 61
Peter Fieger and David Dyason

6 International Relations and Geo- political Approaches to Tourism 78
Siamak Seyfi and C. Michael Hall

7 Political Economy Approaches in Tourism: From Radical Political Economy via Cultural Political Economy to Political Ecology 92
Jan Mosedale

8 Tourism Mobilities 104
Kevin Hannam and Gareth Butler             

9 The State of Qualitative Research Methods in Tourism and Hospitality: Research Design Issues and The Way Forward 120
Sandhiya Goolaup and Robin Nunkoo

10 Historiography, Tourism and Tourism Marketing 130
Kerryn Lyes

11 GPS, Smartphones, and the Future of Tourism Research 145
Noam Shoval, Michal Isaacson, and Prem Chhetri

Part 3 Theories Of Tourist Practice, Experience, And Encounter 161

Introduction: Theories of Tourist Practice, Experience, and Encounter 163
C. Michael Hall

12 Tourism and Landscape 166
Theano S. Terkenli

13 From Pseudo- Events to Virtual Reality: The Development of Authenticity in Tourism Scholarship 181
Cecilia de Bernardi

14 Place Attachment in Tourism 194
Haywantee Ramkissoon

15 Mindfulness and Tourism 206
Uglješa Stankov, Ulrike Gretzel, and Viachaslau Filimonau

16 When the Process is the Destination: Long- distance Walking as Slow Tourism 219
M. Mau and K.K. Roessler

17 Tourism and Development: Contact, Consumption, and Building Together 234
Jamie Gillen

18 The Tourist Gaze 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 and 4.0 246
Jonas Larsen

19 What's Left to Say? Late Modern Ruminations on Tourism and Critical Social Theory 259
Claudio Minca and Tim Oakes

Part 4 Producing Tourism And Tourism Spaces 269

Introduction: Producing Tourism and Tourism Spaces 271
C. Michael Hall

20 Tourism Resourcification 274
Johan Hultman, Hervé Corvellec, and Malin Zillinger

21 Transnational Corporations and the Globalisation of Tourism 286
Larry Dwyer

22 Tourism and Public Transport 301
Inoormaziah Azman, Lim Xin Jean, C. Michael Hall, and Girish Prayag

23 Tourism Entrepreneurship 331
Richard S. Aquino

24 Accelerating Innovation in Tourism: Living Labs as a Way Forward 348
Bernhard F. Bichler and Birgit Pikkemaat

25 Residents' Attitudes Toward Tourism 364
Fahimeh Hateftabar

26 Chinese Outbound Tourism and Shopping 380
Ning (Chris) Chen, Edward Commons, and Girish Prayag

27 Tourism Work and Workers in the Context of Sustainable Development 398
Dimitri Ioannides

Part 5 Tourist Attractions: Place, Space And Forms 411

Introduction: Tourist Attractions: Place, Space and Forms 413
C. Michael Hall

28 Cultural Heritage Tourism: A Future for Sustainable Development? 417
Bailey Ashton Adie

29 Urban Tourism 428
Jan- Henrik Nilsson

30 Second- home Tourism in Troubled Times 444
Dieter K. Müller

31 Mega- events and Tourism 457
Ning (Chris) Chen

32 Food and Tourism 469
ling- en Wang, Guiqiang Qiao, Xiaoyu Zhang, Qi Zhang, and Junshuo li

33 Where to With Evolving Gay and Lesbian Tourism Practices? 489
Gustav Visser

34 Tourism, Shopping and Connotations of Place 501
Dallen J. Timothy

Part 6 Tourism And Global Change: Impacts And Response 515

Introduction: Tourism and Global Change: Impacts and Response 517
C. Michael Hall

35 Tourism and the Anthropocene 521
Edward H. Huijbens and Martin G. Gren

36 The Global Footprint of Tourism 533
Eke Eijgelaar and Paul Peeters

37 Climate Change Implications for Tourism 548
Daniel Scott

38 Tourism and Tourists in Nature: Governance of National Parks and Wilderness in an Era of Global Change 563
Jarkko Saarinen and Aapo Lundén

39 Tourism and the Precautionary Principle in Theory and Practice 577
David A. Fennell

40 Evolution of Concepts: From Tourism Carrying Capacity to Overtourism 588
Anna Dóra Sæþórsdóttir and Margrét Wendt

41 Tourism and CSR - Time to Shift the Dial 600
Tim Coles

42 Green Human Resource Management in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry: Outlook and Further Research 615
Tran Hoang Tuan, Nhat Tan Pham, and Tan Vo- Thanh

Part 7 Tourism Policies, Planning And Governance 631

Introduction: Tourism Policies, Planning and Governance 633
C. Michael Hall

43 Tourism, Public Policy and Governance 635
Alberto Amore

44 Tourism and Innovation: A Cross Sectoral and Interregional Perspective 652
Adi Weidenfeld and C. Michael Hall

45 Reviewing Empowerment in Tourism: Conceptualisation to Future Research Directions 665
Marianna Strzelecka and B. Bynum Boley

46 Tourism and Resilience 681
Alberto Amore

47 The Influence of Place- narratives on Destination Development 697
Dikte Grønvold

Part 8 Conclusions 713

48 Conclusions: Challenges and Futures for Tourism 715
C. Michael Hall

Index 722