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Gratis frakt inom Sverige över 159 kr för privatpersoner.This book explores the concept, techniques and implications of establishing stakeholder collaboration in sustainable tourism. The importance of involving a wide range of stakeholders in tourism planning and management is increasingly recognised. This reflects a move to less top-down, more decentralised and more inclusive forms of governance in tourism and in other policy fields. Twenty-two leading researchers and practitioners from around the world contribute their views and expertise to this pioneering volume. Case studies examining key issues are drawn from Europe, North and South America, Australia and the Arctic. Section 1 examines the processes, patterns and typologies involved. Specific concerns addressed include stakeholder interaction and negotiation, boundary issues in regional and international partnerships and stages of collaborative development. Section 2 evaluates the effects of politics and power on the practice of collaboration. Specific topics here include the changing roles of the state in tourism governance, regime theory and tourism, the public sector and partnership development and partnerships in a post socialist context. Section 3 looks at emerging thinking and approaches, sums up key issues affecting collaborative tourism planning and suggests future research directions. The book will be invaluable for final year undergraduate tourism students, for postgraduate students in tourism, environmental studies or planning and of interest to tourism planners, managers and consultants.
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The volume impresses with its coherence, continuity of discussion, consistency of concepts used, and balanced treatment of the practical and theoretical aspects of the subject. * Helen Briassoulis, University of the Aegean, Environment and Planning, Volume 19, 2001 *
Part I Process and patterns: cross-border partnerships in tourism resource management, Dallen Timothy; interest based formulation of tourism policy for environmentally sensitive destinations, Brent Ritchie; collaboration on tourism policy making, Steven Parker; the World Wide Fund for Nature Arctic Tourism Project, Peter Mason, Margaret Johnston and Dave Twynam; an Australian Research Partnership between industry, universities and government, Terry de Lacy and Madelaine Boyd; developing a typology of sustainable tourism partnership, Steve Selin. Part II Politics and practice: rethinking collaboration and partnership, Michael Hall; community Roundtable for tourism-related conflicts, Tazim Jamal and Donald Getz; tourism development regimes in the inner city fringe, Philip Long; is there a tourism partnership life cycle?, Alison Caffyn; developing partnership approach to tourism in central and eastern Europe, Lesley Roberts and Fiona Simpson. Part III Emerging issues: collaborative tourism planning as adaptive experiments in emergent tourism settings, Maureen Reed; stakeholder assessment and collaborative tourism planning, Bill Bramwell and L. Medeiros de Araujo; collaboration and cultural consent, Mike Robinson; an evolution interpretation of the role of collaborative partnerships in sustainable tourism, Pascal Tremblay.