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Abstract

In this review article, Rodanthi Tzanelli notes that (today) "slum," "favela," or "township" tourism (i.e., visitations to urban sites of squalor and poverty for leisure, education, or philanthropy) has evolved into a mobility trend worthy of dedicated study by tourism scholars. She signposts...

Author(s)
Tzanelli, R.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation
Publication
Tourism Culture & Communication, 2018, 18, 2, pp 149-156
Abstract

Tourists' perceptions of authenticity are an essential component in indigenous tourism and it has been acknowledged as a driving force that motivates tourists' intention to revisit the destination. However, previous studies mainly focused on the static concept of nonliving authenticity such as...

Author(s)
Hsu PeiHsin
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation
Publication
Tourism Culture & Communication, 2018, 18, 2, pp 117-131
Abstract

This article explores the concept of authenticity as it relates to its use by hosts at tourist destinations, the relationship between food and tourism, especially food produced and sold by market traders, and the various uses of authenticity by traders and tourists. It specifically aims to further...

Author(s)
Lunchaprasith, T.; Macleod, D.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation
Publication
Tourism Culture & Communication, 2018, 18, 2, pp 101-116
News Article

The World Health Organization (WHO) launched a new global action plan for increasing physical activity on Monday 4 June. The plan recommends policies...

Date
June 2018
Author(s)
David Simpson
Event

2 - 4 July 2018 - Auckland

AbstractFull Text

The coastal areas, which have always attracted the attention of humankind in the past, have very rich resource values in terms of recreational use and efficiency diversity. The coastal areas have been planned and designed in accordance with the relevant purposes by serving for various purposes such...

Author(s)
Muhacİr, E. S. A.; Özalp, A. Y.
Publisher
Bartın Orman Fakültesi, Bartın Üniversitesi
Publication
Bartın Orman Fakültesi Dergisi, 2018, 20, 1, pp 43-52
AbstractFull Text

This article proposes an analysis around community-based tourism public policies in Colombia. In order to do this, the author elaborated an inventory of public policies around this topic in Colombia. This inventory allowed to see than national public policies around community-based tourism does not...

Author(s)
Rodríguez Rodríguez, S. E.
Publisher
Universidad Externado de Colombia
Publication
Turismo y Sociedad, 2018, 22, pp 195-212
AbstractFull Text

This article includes an investigation whose purpose is to analyze gastronomy as a tool with which tourism could be enhanced and the cultural identity of the people of Santander highlighted. To reach this objective, an exploratory study was undertaken, achieving a first approach to the problem. The...

Author(s)
Castellón Valdez, L. M.; Fontecha Fontecha, J.
Publisher
Universidad Externado de Colombia
Publication
Turismo y Sociedad, 2018, 22, pp 167-193

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