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This paper argues that small island states and territories provide a case for the application of health impact assessments. Their characteristic ecological fragility, vulnerability, relatively small size and limited resources give cause for environmental impact concerns. The tendency, therefore,...

Author(s)
Douglas, C. H.
Publisher
Imperial College Press, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management, 2003, 5, 4, pp 477-502
Abstract

This article draws on recent debate in Tourism Recreation Research regarding issues of core-periphery and the sustainability of small island tourism. Using the context of Brexit it is concerned with the core-periphery relationship inasmuch Brexit affects subnational island jurisdictions (SNIJ) on a ...

Author(s)
Amoamo, M.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 2018, 43, 3, pp 289-304
Abstract

The concept of sustainable tourism emerged as a reaction to the impacts of tourism development. This paper shows the relevance of sustainable tourism to tourism decline and the rising interest in de-growth. Mixed-methods research in the Isle of Man, UK, was carried out by analysing 355 postal...

Author(s)
Canavan, B.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2014, 22, 1, pp 127-147
Abstract

This article makes the case for tourism culture; the new cultural expressions, practises and identities, influenced by hosts, guests and industry context, which may develop in destinations, as a useful perspective with which to draw together various conceptual narratives within the tourism studies...

Author(s)
Canavan, B.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Tourism Management, 2016, 53, pp 229-243
Abstract

This volume looks at the issues, problems and impact created by tourism in 13 island societies around the world, as well as in one mainland territory. It addresses the question of sustainable tourism development because the tourist trade tends to have undesirable impacts on the physical environment ...

Publisher
Pinter, London, UK
Citation
Sustainable tourism in islands and small states: case studies., 1996, pp xiv + 317 pp.
Abstract

Many islands host both tourism and offshore finance, but their coexistence has been little researched. This paper examines their relationship via a case study of the British Channel Island of Jersey. Both sectors require labour, land, and capital - all frequently scarce in small islands. The study...

Author(s)
Hampton, M. P.; Christensen, J.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 2007, 34, 4, pp 998-1020
Abstract

The main aim of the study was to analyse the nature of tourism firms in the Isles of Scilly, UK, concentrating on firm formation, the socio-economic backgrounds of entrepreneurs, business linkages within the island economy and between it and Cornwall and the rest of the UK, the linkages,...

Author(s)
Williams, A. M.; Greenwood, J.; Shaw, G.
Publisher
Department of Geography, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK
Citation
Tourism in the Isles of Scilly: a study of small firms on small islands., 1989, pp 43pp.
Abstract

This paper examines the initiatives of the Lochaber LEADER group (Links between Actions for the Development of the Rural Economy) in Scotland, UK, which offers support to local community projects with an emphasis on culture and increasing the sense of belonging to the land; and to developing ...

Citation
LEADER Magazine, 1994, No. 8, pp 20-22
Abstract

Tourism contributes approximately #600 million to the Welsh economy and accounts for 7.8% of the workforce. It attracts 11 million UK visitors and 500 000 overseas visitors. Tourism is a highly politicized issue in Wales. It is seen by some as presenting threats to a traditional way of life and...

Author(s)
Jones, A.
Citation
Problemy Turystyki, 1990, 13, 3/4, pp 27-32

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