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This chapter examines how people become so attached to tourist destinations that they want to buy a second home or even move to that place. The chapter also discusses the change in second-home traditions involved in the transition from simpler cottages to more modern, fully-equipped second homes...

Author(s)
Tuulentie, S.
ISBN
2006 CABI (H ISBN 9781845931209)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

The modernity of indigenous people has often been denied, and this is especially true in the field of tourism where indigeneity works as a part of tourism marketing. From the more critical angle tourism has been seen as a cause of decline in preexisting local indigenous identities. However, these...

Author(s)
Tuulentie, S.
Publisher
Routledge, Oslo, Norway
Citation
Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 2006, 6, 1, pp 25-36
Abstract

In a society of mobile life-styles, tourism has been fundamentally connected to the idea of being on the move without any firm attachment to any one place. However, it seems that being a tourist may often involve seeking a close relationship with one specific place or region, and wanting to "go...

Author(s)
Tuulentie, S.
Publisher
Routledge, Oslo, Norway
Citation
Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 2007, 7, 3, pp 281-300
Abstract

Socially sustainable tourism requires that the local people living in the vicinity of tourist destinations should be involved in local tourism planning. However, the realization of this ideal evokes many questions. Tourism growth often seems to happen on its own terms, and it is inevitably...

Author(s)
Tuulentie, S.; Mettiäinen, I.
Publisher
Paul Haupt Verlag, Berne, Switzerland
Citation
Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 2007, 81, 1/2, pp 207-222
Abstract

Rural communities in sparsely populated areas are facing considerable social changes as a result of depopulation and the introduction of new forms of livelihood and working practices. The communities also have to deal with environmental changes caused by the increase in the use of natural resources ...

Author(s)
Hakkarainen, M.; Tuulentie, S.
Publisher
Geographical Society of Finland, Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Fennia, 2008, 186, 1, pp 3-13
Abstract

Forestry, as a large industry, has significant impacts on the quality of nature-based tourism landscapes in boreal forests. In Finland, the rapid growth of nature-based tourism has expanded outdoor recreation activities from protected areas into timber production forests; this is particularly so in ...

Author(s)
Ahtikoski, A.; Tuulentie, S.; Hallikainen, V.; Nivala, V.; Vatanen, E.; Tyrväinen, L.; Salminen, H.
Publisher
Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI), Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Forests, 2011, 2, 4, pp 894-912
Abstract

This paper explores how global issues such as climate change are taken into account in tourism strategy texts and contrasts these findings with how the issue is seen at the grassroots level by local businesses. We analyse how both levels approach adaptation to climate change. Using Boltanski and...

Author(s)
Kietäväinen, A.; Tuulentie, S.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2013, 21, 6, pp 845-861
Abstract

Peoples' housing practices are changing and their mobility is increasing in contemporary society. An increasing and more diverse use of second homes raises new governance challenges. We apply the concepts of policy integration and policy coherence to analyze the governance of second homes in...

Author(s)
Rinne, J.; Kietäväinen, A.; Tuulentie, S.; Paloniemi, R.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Putnam Valley, USA
Citation
Tourism Review International, 2014, 18, 3, pp 223-236
Abstract

Sparsely populated Arctic tourism destinations such as Finnish Lapland and Nordkapp (North Cape) in Norway depend upon mobile tourism workers in order to accommodate tourist flows in the peak season. In this article we explore the characteristics of these workers' mobilities, their relationships to ...

Author(s)
Tuulentie, S.; Heimtun, B.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 2014, 14, 4, pp 367-384
Abstract

Second homes form an integral part of peoples' mobility and living patterns in today's society. Despite the noteworthy scale of the second-home phenomenon, the political rights of second-home tourists have been studied relatively little. This paper sheds light on the governance of second homes from ...

Author(s)
Rinne, J.; Paloniemi, R.; Tuulentie, S.; Kietäväinen, A.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 2015, 7, 1, pp 98-114

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