Tourism Planning Basics Concepts Cases
Edition: 4th 2003 (Revised)
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Description: One of the fastest growing sectors of the modern economy, tourism is a complicated phenomenon & over recent decades the pressures it creates on the natural and social environment have become major issues. This text presents an overview of the subject and suggests positive guidelines.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $63.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publication date: 9/20/2002
Size: 6.75" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
|The Purpose of Tourism|
|The Concept of Planning|
|Tourism Defined The Planners Goals for Development|
|Tourism Planning Scales|
|Tourism as a System|
|The Tourism System Demand-Supply Match Demand Components of Supply Attractions Services|
|Transportation In for Factors|
|Ecotourism Growth Sustainability Ecotourism|
|Private Sector Policy|
|Concepts and examples of Tourism Planning|
|Regional Planning Concepts|
|Background Regional Tourism Planning Concepts|
|A Basic Tourism Planning Concept|
|A Planning Process PASOLP Market-Plant March Spatial Patterns|
|Discovery of Tourism Potential National Planning Policy|
|WTO Guide for Planners|
|A Competitive Position Concept|
|Regional Planning Cases|
|Michigan's Upper Peninsula Czechoslovakia Cases: Discovery of Potential Finger Lakes Region Scotland New England Tourist Recreation Trail Lithuania Mozambique Nepal|
|Destination Planning Concepts|
|Destination Defined The Imperative of Place|
|Destination Planning Issues|
|Destination Planning Guides|
|Destination Zone Planning|
|Model Scenic Highways|
|The Destination Zone Planners|
|Destination Planning Cases Hopi, Arizona Boutouche Bay, New Brunswick Sanibel Island Gascoyne, Australia The Mineral Wells Area Cape Town, South Africa The Orkneys Cumalikizik, Turkey Cape Byron Headland Reserve, Australia Balearic Isles AILLST Tourism Strategy North Carolina Cormandel, New Zealand Chn-Cheon Resort Area, Korea|
|Site Planning Concepts Design/Planning Integraiton Site Design Influencers Places and Planning Design Criteria Other Design Relationships Site Sustainability Special Site Interests A Model Site Design Process|
|Site Planning Cases Boston Harbor Islands Blue Ridge Parkway Franconia Notch Whiteman Park Great Lakes Crossroads Museum and Welcome Center St. Bavo's Square, Ghent Orange Valley Resort Framura, Italy The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Wetlands Park, Nevada Wilpena Station Resort Lower Colorado Restoration Herdale, Portugal Tourism Site Critique|