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Theoretical Frameworks and Practical Applications
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International Sports Volunteering
Angela M Benson, Nicholas Wise
Sport volunteering is becoming an increasingly popular motive for international travel. Many tourism organisations now advertise sport volunteering projects, with colleges and universities also offering students the opportunity to participate in s...
Contemporary Issues in Cultural Heritage Tourism
Jamie Kaminski, Angela M Benson, David John Arnold
The perceived quality of a destination's cultural offering has long been a significant factor in determining tourist choices of destination. More recently, the need to present touristic offerings that include cultural experiences and heritage has ...
Bloggat om Volunteer Tourism
Dr Angela M. Benson is Divisional Leader for Tourism at the University of Brighton, Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Canberra, and Founding Chair of the ATLAS Volunteer Tourism Research Group. Published articles include the areas of Volunteer Tourism, Best Value, Sustainability and Research Methods.
1. Volunteer Tourism: Theory and Practice Angela M Benson Part 1: The Volunteer: Motivation, Experiences and the Self 2. Understanding Voluntourism: A Glaserian Grounded Theory Study Zoe Alexander and Ali Bakir 3. VOLUNtourists versus volunTOURISTS: a true dichotomy or merely a differing perception? Bilge Daldeniz and Mark P Hampton 4. Journeys of the Self: Volunteer Tourists in Nepal Eugenia Wickens 5. Young Non-institutionalised Volunteer Tourists in Guatemala: exploring youth and self-development Christian Schott 6. Developing and promoting sustainable volunteer tourism sites in Sabah, Malaysia: experiences dimensions and tourists' motives Jennifer Kim Lian Chan 7. Volunteer Tourism as a Life-Changing Experience Anne Zahra 8. Self and Society in Voluntourism: A Thirty Year Retrospective Analysis of Post Trip Self Development of Volunteer Tourists to the Israeli Kibbutz David Mittelberg and Michal Palgi Part 2: Expanding the Boundaries on Volunteer Tourism Research 9. Volunteer Tourism and Divers with Disabilities: Evidence from Malaysia Caroline A. Walsh and Mark P. Hampton 10. Profiling volunteer holiday leaders: a case study of National Trust working holiday leaders - socio-demographics, basic human values and functional volunteer motivations Steven Jackson 11. Volunteer Archaeological Tourism: An Overview Jamie Kaminski, David Arnold and Angela M Benson 12. Managing volunteers: An application of ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management - Principles and guidelines to the management of volunteers in tourism and beyond Tracey J. Dickson 13. Volunteer Tourism and Intercultural Exchange: Exploring the 'Other' in the Experience Stephen Wearing and Simone Grabowski 14. Volunteer Tourism: How do we know it is 'making a difference'? Joanne Ingram 15. How does it make a difference? Towards 'accreditation' of the development impact of volunteer tourism Liam Fee and Anna Mdee 16. Volunteer Tourism: Structuring the Research Agenda Angela M Benson