By Lily M. Hoffman, Susan S. Fainstein, Dennis R. Judd
The authors of this publication use legislation thought to carry theoretical concentration and analytic readability to the learn of city tourism.
- Provides a unifying analytic framework for the research of city tourism.
- Brings city tourism into concentration as a tremendous political, monetary and cultural phenomenon.
- Presents unique essays written via demonstrated students, together with reports of Venice, Mexico, Montreal, manhattan, l. a., London, Barcelona, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, and Australia's Gold Coast.
Chapter 1 viewers and the Spatial Ecology of the town (pages 23–38): Dennis R. Judd
Chapter 2 towns, safety, and viewers: dealing with Mega?Events in France (pages 39–52): Sophie Body?Gendrot
Chapter three Sociological Theories of Tourism and rules thought (pages 53–71): Nicolo Costa and Guido Martinotti
Chapter four Amsterdam: it is all within the combine (pages 75–90): Pieter Terhorst, Jacques van de Ven and Leon Deben
Chapter five Revalorizing the interior urban: Tourism and rules in Harlem (pages 91–112): Lily M. Hoffman
Chapter 6 Barcelona: Governing Coalitions, viewers and the altering urban middle (pages 113–125): Mariso Garcia and Nuria Claver
Chapter 7 The Evolution of Australian Tourism Urbanization (pages 126–142): Patrick Mullins
Chapter eight Regulating Hospitality: Tourism staff in ny and la (pages 145–166): David L. Gladstone and Susan. S Fainstein
Chapter nine Shaping the Tourism hard work marketplace in Montreal (pages 167–184): Marc V. Levine
Chapter 10 Mexico: Tensions within the Fordist version of Tourism improvement (pages 187–199): Daniel Hiernaux?Nicolas
Chapter eleven the recent Berlin: advertising and marketing the town of desires (pages 200–218): Hartmut Haussermann and Claire Colomb
Chapter 12 Museums as Flagships of city improvement (pages 219–236): Chris Hamnett and Noam Shoval
Chapter thirteen Making Theoretical feel of Tourism (pages 239–253): Susan S. Fainstein, Lily M. Hoffman and Dennis R. Judd
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