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Reworking Tourism

Diverse Economies in a Changing World, 1st Edition

Edited by Jenny Cave, Dianne Dredge

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154 pages

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Description

It is increasingly clear that we need to reposition tourism and move the focus from its traditional emphasis on profit, jobs, and growth.

The growing backlash against extractive and exploitative forms of tourism is demonstrated in the rise of ‘overtourism’, and collaborative economy platforms have contributed to concerns over housing affordability and availability. Anti-tourism activism is on the rise. The need to rethink the economic, political and social organisation of tourism in a global world has never been more apparent.

This book gives voice to a growing movement of scholars, activists and business leaders who acknowledge that we need to reinvent relationships between tourism production and consumption, and between labour, capital and resources. In the Global North, this exploration of alternative economic and political relationships in tourism has tended to be located at the margins of discussion. The Global South has much to teach the Global North about alternative economic models, different kinds of exchange, new relationships between labour, capital and resources, and resilience. Drawing from case studies in both North and South, this edited collection explores how some are reworking tourism, reshaping the economies of tourism, and in the process, how tourism can deliver social and economic wellbeing in a changing world.

Reworking Tourism will be of interest to scholars of tourism and development, as well as tourism and economics. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of Tourism Planning & Development.

Table of Contents

1. Reworking Tourism: Diverse Economies in a Changing World

Jenny Cave and Dianne Dredge

2. Balancing Indigenous Values Through Diverse Economies: A Case Study of Māori Ecotourism

Maria Amoamo, Katharina Ruckstuhl and Diane Ruwhiu

3. The Camøno: A Communitarian Walking Trail in the Sharing Economy

Szilvia Gyimóthy and Jane W. Meged

4. Development Alternatives in the Pacific: How Tourism Corporates Can Work More Effectively with Local Communities

Emma Hughes and Regina Scheyvens

5. Diverse Economies of Collective Value Co-creation: The Open Monuments Event

Rita Cannas

6. The Tourism Model in Post-Castro Cuba: Tensions between Ideology and Economic Realities

Helene Balslev Clausen and Mario Alberto Velázquez García

7. Stand Up and be Counted—A Diverse Economy Perspective of Air New Zealand

Aaron Tham and Benjamin Evers-Swindell

8. Tales of Informality: Tourism Development in Four Ecuadorian Beaches

Mathias Pécot, Julio Gavilanes and Andrea Sáenz De Viteri

9. Reworking Student Understanding of Tourism Mobility: Experiences of Migration and Exchange on a Field Trip

Carl Cater, Tiffany Low and Ian Keirle

About the Editors

Jenny Cave (PhD) combines extensive experience in the cultural industries of the global south and Canada with community-academy collaboration. She is Associate Professor in tourism enterprise at Swansea University, Wales, and continues academic roles with Technological University Dublin, Ireland and University of Waikato, New Zealand.

Dianne Dredge (PhD)combines thought leadership with hands-on practical experience and collaborative action. She is Founder of The Tourism CoLab, and has professorial roles at Lund University, Sweden and Federation University, Australia.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS081000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Hospitality, Travel & Tourism