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Abstract

After a short introduction, the publication contains a long essay on tourism as a multidisciplinary field of study, establishing a systematic approach. The main part of the work consists of title references divided into five principal groups, each of them subdivided. These are (1) works covering an ...

Author(s)
Theuns, H. L.; Passier-Grootjans, A. M. L.
Citation
Research Memorandum, Department of Economics, University of Tilburg, 1983, No. 129, pp VII + 88pp.
Abstract

Presented in two volumes dealing with a summary of results and data tabulations respectively, the study reports the findings of a pre-cruise passenger survey, a port passenger survey, and a post-cruise passenger survey, while providing a background to cruise tourism in the Caribbean and explaining...

Author(s)
Hauenschild, G. von; Devas, E.
Publisher
Caribbean Tourism Research and Development Centre, Christchurch, Barbados
Citation
Caribbean cruise industry study., 1983, pp vii + 222pp.
Abstract

This two volume study analyses the cruise tourism industry in the Caribbean. Volume I evaluates the cruise tourism infrastructure of the member states from the perspective of the cruise line companies, as well as providing key information on the world-wide cruise industry, including an analysis of...

Author(s)
Strauss, W., III; Kaufmann, R.
Publisher
Caribbean Tourism Organization, Christchurch, Barbados
Citation
Caribbean cruise ship study [2 volumes]., 1988, pp 40pp; 396pp.
Abstract

The cruise industry grew dramatically during the 1980s to the extent that over four million North Americans will have opted for a cruise holiday in 1990. The paper discusses the growth of the industry in relation to the Caribbean. It traces the growth of cruise ship arrivals in Caribbean...

Author(s)
Hall, J. A.; Braithwaite, R.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1990, 11, 4, pp 339-347
Abstract

This chapter outlines the growth of the cruise industry and its economic, environmental and social impacts. It traces the evolution of the cruise industry in the Canadian Arctic, and conducts a survey into the characteristics of a sample of passengers on a cruise in this area. It is concluded that...

Author(s)
Marsh, J.; Staple, S.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Polar tourism: tourism in the Arctic and Antarctic regions., 1995, pp 63-72
Abstract

The economic impact of cruise tourism in Australia is identified, distinguishing between categories of expenditure associated with this market, and identifying those impacts which are primarily relevant to a stopover or home port area and those which are broader or national in scope. Two examples...

Author(s)
Dwyer, L.; Forsyth, P.
Citation
Journal of Tourism Studies, 1996, 7, 2, pp 36-43
Abstract

The current situation of marine tourism in the Korean Republic is examined, and the potential for the further development of sustainable coastal and marine tourism described. As a part of this examination, a brief consideration of current and potential cruise tourism operations in Korea will be...

Author(s)
Kim SungGwi; Kim, Y. J. E.
Citation
Journal of Tourism Studies, 1996, 7, 2, pp 46-53
Abstract

This paper develops a framework for assessing the economic impacts of cruise tourism for a nation and its subregions. It further explores how the framework can be used to estimate the relevant benefits and costs. A case study of cruise tourism in Australia shows how the framework can be implemented ...

Author(s)
Dwyer, L.; Forsyth, P.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1998, 25, 2, pp 393-415
Abstract

The social, economic and environmental impacts of cruise tourism are estimated. It asks whether cruise tourism can put forward as a more sustainable form of tourism development than other types of (land-based) tourist activity. Individual sections examine: global cruise regions; cruising markets;...

Author(s)
Ritter, W.; Schafer, C.
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 1998, 23, 1, pp 65-71
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Coastal areas and the sea.

This chapter explores the concept of sustainable tourism in relation to coastal areas and marine environments. It considers: (i) how coastal resorts can be developed in ways that are more sustainable; and (ii) the regeneration of established seaside resorts. Also discussed are sustainability...

Author(s)
Swarbrooke, J.
ISBN
1999 CAB International (H ISBN 0851993141)
Type
Book chapter

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