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Sustainable Tourism in Rural Europe

Approaches to Development

Edited by Donald V. L. Macleod and Steven A. Gillespie, both at University of Glasgow

Rural Europe is a highly developed tourism region, representing advanced tourism experience and supposed modern approaches to this industry. That said, it remains highly sensitive and fragile in terms of environmental, social, economic and cultural impacts. This volume focuses on rural Europe as a fascinating example of how tourism development impacts on the communities and the environment of rural regions and offers insights into how long term sustainability could be achieved in this specific region as well as other rural parts in the world.

Sustainable ourism in Rural Europe, reviews and analyzes the concept and practice of sustainable tourism in this region through a mutidisplinary approach that embodies the view that sustainable tourism warrants a holistic view in terms of its impacts and development potential. Well chosen case studies offer real world approaches to sustainable development showing problems including local politics which challenge abstract models.

Selected Contents: 1. Introduction Part 1: Key Themes and Issues 2. Sustainable Tourism and the Changing Rural Scene in Europe 3. Ecotourism in the Wider Rural Context Part 2: State Driven Development 4. Responses to Tourism Development on a Maltese Island: Gozo 5. Sustainable Tourism on a Canary Island 6. The Impact of EU Funding on Coastal Tourism in Yorkshire 7. The Land of the ‘big fish’: Fishing Tourism in Norway Part 3: Local Community Driven Development 8. From Obsolescent Fish Farm to Successful Ecotourism Destination 9. Sustainable Rural Tourism Supply: Farm-Based Tourism in Scotland 10. The Role of Destination Management Organisations in Rural Destinations 11. The Impact of the North York Moors National Park Bus on Local Business 12. Cultural Tourism and Clusters 13. Enchanted Rhetoric and Fragmented Action: An Assessment of EC Funded Development Programmes in the Balkan and Mediterranean Regions 14. Tourism in Semi-Rural Environments: Sustainability Issues and Experience From the Baltic States 15. Conclusion

FORThCOMINg Tourist Shopping Villages

Forms and Functions

Laurie Murphy, Pierre Benckendorff, Gianna Moscardo and Philip Pearce, all at James Cook University, Australia

Shopping is perhaps the most universal of tourist activities. Tourists form a separate retailing segment from the general population and place importance on different products and product attributes, contributing billions of dollars each year for both the private and public sector by which retail areas, townscapes and streetscapes can be revitalized This landmark volume – based on a two year research program from a team of authors – examines the forms and functions of approximately 50 tourist shopping villages in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada and the United States. This volume will interest scholars of Tourism, Geography, Business, and Economics, as well as government officials, civic leaders, and individual entrepreneurs and retailers seeking to maximize their returns and local community residents

Selected Contents: 1. Tourist Shopping Opportunities: Placing Tourist Shopping Villages in a Larger Context 2. Tourist Shopping Experiences: The Shopper’s Perspective 3. A Conceptual Model of Sustainable Tourist Shopping Village Design 4. The Importance of Location, Anchor Attractions and Entrepreneurs 5. Shopping Village Streetscapes, Landscapes and Servicescapes 6. Theming and Presentation

  • 7.

    The Structure and Organisation of Shopping Village Activities

  • 8.

    Support Services and Facilities 9. Barriers, Challenges and

Information Needs 10. The Future of Tourist Shopping Villages

December 2010: 229 x 152: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-96527-9: £65.00

For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415965279

September 2010: 234 x 156: 300pp Hb: 978-0-415-54799-4: £85.00

For more information, visit: www.routledge.com/9780415547994

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