Sustainable Tourism

Editor/Author Information Resources Management Association (IRMA)
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: IGI Global

Single-User Purchase Price: $345.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $517.50
ISBN: 978-1-5225-7504-7
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Tourism & Hospitality
Image Count: 51
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

Sustainable Tourism: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice features current research that takes an in-depth look at cooperative strategies and governance for conserving and promoting tourism within both developed and developing economies.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Section 1: Conservation and Policy
  • Chapter 1: Understanding Sustainable Tourism: As a Discourse Constructed by Stakeholders in Context of Their Destinations
  • Chapter 2: Protected Natural Areas and Sustainable Development
  • Section 2: Cooperative Strategies and Governance
  • Chapter 3: An Analysis of Hospitality and Tourism Research: Learning Organization’s (LO) Influence on Sustainability Practices
  • Chapter 4: Enhancing Coopetition Among Small Tourism Destinations by Creativity
  • Chapter 5: Social Responsibility as Form of Governance in Tourism: The Study of Fuerteventura Biosphere Reserve
  • Section 3: Emerging Economies
  • Chapter 6: Tourism Development in Least Developed Countries: Challenges and Opportunities
  • Chapter 7: The Global Implications of Ecotourism in Emerging Economies
  • Chapter 8: Eco-Cultural Tourism for Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development of Remote Ecosystems in the Third World
  • Section 4: Marketing and Advertising
  • Chapter 9: Tourism Marketing in Developing Countries
  • Chapter 10: Sustainable Tourism Marketing Strategy: Competitive Advantage of Destination
  • Chapter 11: Smart Sustainable Marketing of the World Heritage Sites: Teaching New Tricks to Revive Old Brands
  • Section 5: Regional Focus: Asia and the South Pacific
  • Chapter 12: From Earning Profits to Sustainability: A Critical Evaluation of CSR Initiatives in Tourism Sector
  • Chapter 13: ‘Stepping on the Heads of Our Gods’: Community Action and Learning in Response to Tourism Development in Manali, India
  • Chapter 14: Perceived Barriers for Employment in Tourism Industry Among Rural Communities
  • Chapter 15: Sustainable Tourism Development in Asia: Evaluation of the Potential and Challenges:
  • Chapter 16: Advancing the Global Perspective of Tourism by Examining Core and Peripheral Destinations
  • Section 6: Regional Focus: Europe
  • Chapter 17: Barriers to Responsible Tourist Behaviour: A Cluster Analysis in the Context of Italy
  • Chapter 18: Sustainable Entrepreneurship Development in the Accommodation Sector: The Case of the “Albergo Diffuso” (Diffused Hotel) in Italy
  • Chapter 19: Sustainable Tourism Development of Rural Areas in Serbia as a Precondition to Competitiveness: Chances on the International Tourism Market
  • Chapter 20: Sustainable Rural Tourism of Lower Danube Region in Serbia: Challenges and Realities
  • Chapter 21: Sustainable Development and Restructuring Romanian Tourism Product in Accordance With European Tourists Segments
  • Chapter 22: Evaluating the Possibilities of Improving the Quality of Tourism Services of the “Eco- Guesthouses” From Mărginimea Sibiului
  • Chapter 23: Policies and Skills for Creative Tourism in Emerging Destinations of the Adriatic: Istria, Apulia, and Albania
  • Chapter 24: Exploring the Impact of Tourism to the Sustainable Development of Mountain Regions: Implications of the Climatic Conditions
  • Section 7: Regional Focus: United States and Mexico
  • Chapter 25: A Supply-Side Stakeholder Analysis of Rural Wine Tourism Development: The Case of Lake Erie’s Southern Shore
  • Chapter 26: Regional Sustainable Development: Cultural Tourism in the Southern Jalisco, México