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ISBN 9780754627296
Published June 8, 2007 by Routledge
1538 Pages

 
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Book Description

This three volume reference series provides an authoritative and comprehensive set of volumes collecting together the most influential articles and papers on tourism, heritage and culture. The papers have been selected and introduced by Dallen Timothy, one of the leading international scholars in tourism research. The first volume 'Managing Heritage and Cultural Tourism Resources' deals primarily with issues of conservation, interpretation, impacts of tourism and the management of those impacts. The second volume 'The Heritage Tourist Experience' focuses on the nature of the heritage experience, the demand for heritage, and managing visitors and their experiences. The final volume 'The Political Nature of Cultural Heritage and Tourism' addresses contemporary issues such as heritage dissonance, the debate on authenticity, conflict, and contested heritage. Sold individually and as a set, this series will prove an essential reference work for scholars and students in geography, tourism and heritage studies, cultural studies and beyond.

Table of Contents

Contents: Volume 1: Introduction; Stakeholder collaboration and heritage management, Christina Aas, Adele Ladkin and John Fletcher; Old cities, new pasts: heritage planning in selected cities of central Europe, G.J. Ashworth and J.E. Tunbridge; Managing heritage attractions: marketing challenges at sensitive historical sites, Nathan K. Austin; Developing partnerships: tools for interpretation and management of world heritage sites, Stephen W. Boyd and Dallen J. Timothy; Interpretation and sustainable tourism: the potential and the pitfalls, Bill Bramwell and Bernard Lane; Developing the heritage tourism product in multi-ethnic cities, Alison Caffyn and Jane Lutz; Mountain places, cultural spaces: the interpretation of culturally significant landscapes, Anna Carr; Balancing use and preservation in cultural heritage management, Bill Carter and Gordon Grimwade; Beamish museum - modelling visitor flows, Adrian Darnell, Peter Johnson and Barry Thomas; Tourism impacts on an Australian indigenous community: A Djabugay case study, Pam Dyer, Lucinda Aberdeen and Sigrid Schuler; Heritage tourism: at what price?, Alan Fyall and Brian Garrod; Managing heritage tourism, Brian Garrod and Alan Fyall ; Heritage, local communities and economic development, Mark P. Hampton; Attracting tourists to Singapore's Chinatown: a case study in conservation and promotion, J. Henderson; Managing heritage resources as tourism products, Pamela S.Y. Ho and Bob McKercher; Economic impacts of civil war battlefield preservation: an ex-ante evaluation, Daniel G. Johnson and Jay Sullivan; Interpretation of the unimaginable: the U.S. Holocaust memorial museum, Washington, D.C., and 'dark tourism', J.John Lennon and Malcolm Foley; Bilingual heritage interpretation in Wales, Duncan Light; Visitors' use of interpretive media at heritage sites, Duncan Light; Including the outsiders: the contribution of guides to integrated heritage tourism management in Cusco, Southern Peru, Gemma McGrath; Heritage manage

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Biography

Dallen J. Timothy is Professor and Program Director, Tourism Development and Management, School of Community Resources and Development, Arizona State University, USA. He has published extensively on tourism and is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Heritage Tourism.

Reviews

'This collection will prove an essential reference work for teachers, researchers and students of tourism, especially those pursuing a deeper understanding of tourism and heritage studies and/or tourism and cultural studies...Dallen J. Timothy has done an excellent job in bringing together the collection. The sweep of the three volumes and the depth within each book is amazing...there is so much to admire in this ambitious and far-reaching work of scholarship.' Journal of Heritage