The Power of New Urban Tourism
Spaces, Representations and Contestations
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The Power of New Urban Tourism explores new forms of tourism in urban areas with their social, political, cultural, architectural and economic implications. By investigating various showcases of New Urban Tourism within its social and spatial frames, the book offers insights into power relations and connections between tourism and cityscapes in various socio-spatial settings around the world.
Contributors to the volume show how urban space has become a battleground between local residents and visitors, with changing perceptions of tourists as co-users of public and private urban spaces and as influencers of the local economies. This includes different roles of digital platforms as resources for access to the city and touristic opportunities as well as ways to organise and express protest or shifting representations of urban space. With contemporary cases from a wide disciplinary spectrum, the contributors investigate the power of New Urban Tourism in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and Oceania. This focus allows a cross-cultural evaluation of New Urban Tourism and its dynamic, and changing conception transforming and subverting cities and tourism alike.
The Power of New Urban Tourism will be of great interest to academics, researchers and students in the fields of cultural studies, sociology, the political sciences, economics, history, human geography, urban design and planning, architecture, ethnology and anthropology.
Table of Contents
1. The Power of New Urban Tourism: An Introduction
Claudia Ba, Sybille Frank, Claus Müller, Anna Laura Raschke
Part I: Consuming the City: New Urban Tourism in Urban Centres and Metropolitan Peripheries
2. Bohemia and the New Urban Tourism
3. "Tourist Platformisation": New Urban Tourism in Milan
Monica Bernardi and Giulia Mura
4. Peer-to-Peer Tourist Accommodation and its Impact on the Local Housing Market in Berlin Neighbourhoods
Claus Müller and Kristin Wellner
5. Redefining a Mature Destination as a Low-Cost Neighbourhood: Relations Between Socio-Spatial Segregation in Torremolinos and Urban Tourism in Malaga, Spain
Eduardo Jiménez-Morales, Ingrid C. Vargas-Díaz and Guido Cimadomo
6. Tourism in a Peripheral Territory in the Metropolitan Area of Lisbon: The Case of Almada
Madalena Corte-Real, Maria João Gomes, Luis Manata e Silva and Marianna Monte
Part II: Protest and Frictions: Contesting New Urban Tourism
7. Sustaining a Political System: New Urban Tourism in Cuba and Related Conflicts
8. Embattled Consumptionscape of Tourism: Networked Urban Contention Against Inbound Tourist Shoppers in Hong Kong
Tin-yuet Ting and Wei-Fen Chen
9. Between Political Protest and Tourism Gentrification: Impacts of New Urban Tourism in Hamburg’s Schanzenviertel
Anja Saretzki and Karlheinz Wöhler
10. The Empty Boxes of Venice: Overtourism—Conflicts, Politicisation and Activism
Marta Torres Ruiz
11. Powerful Ways of (not) Knowing New Urban Tourism Conflicts: Thin Problematisation as Limitation for Tourism Governance in Berlin
Part III: Representations and Identities: Hopes and Challenges for New Urban Tourism
12. Shock of the New: The Rhetoric of Global Urban Tourism in the Rebuild of Christchurch, New Zealand
Alberto Amore, C. Michael Hall
13. New Urban Tourism in the Post-Conflict City: Sharing Experiences of Violence and Peace in West Belfast
14. The Race, Class and Gender of Websites: Marketing and Mythologising Urban Africa Online
15. New Urban Tourism and the Right to Complain: Tourism as a Catchall for Urban Problems
Emily Kelling and Annika Zecher
16. Science Driven Mobility as a Form of New Urban Tourism: Insights from Student and Research Internationalisation in Lund, Sweden
Lena Eskillson and Jan-Henrik Nilsson
Part IV: Concluding Remarks
17. So, what is new about New Urban Tourism?
Claudia Ba is a research fellow at the Department of Urban Sociology and Sociology of Space at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.
Sybille Frank is Professor of Urban Sociology and Sociology of Space at the Institute of Sociology at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.
Claus Müller is a research fellow and PhD candidate at the Department for Planning and Construction Economics/Real Estate at Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
Anna Laura Raschke is a research fellow at the Department of Urban Sociology and Sociology of Space at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.
Kristin Wellner is Professor of Planning and Construction Economics/Real Estate at the Institute of Architecture at Technische Universität Berlin, Germany.
Annika Zecher is a research fellow at the Department of Urban Sociology and Sociology of Space at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany.