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Urban tourism

Christopher M. Law

Urban tourism

selected British case studies

by Christopher M. Law

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Published by University of Salford Department of Geography in Salford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementC.M. Law.
SeriesWorking papers / Urban tourism project -- no.1, Working papers -- no.1.
ContributionsGreater Manchester (England). Council., University of Salford. Department of Geography.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13839622M

The book offers a range of theoretical and methodological perspectives that would benefit 60 undergraduate students and graduate students. The book should prove equally useful for urban planners and tourism managers given the growing rebelling of community residents to tourism in cities across Europe. References Clark, J., & Wise, N. (Eds Author: Nicholas Wise.   Tourists and travelers in the early nineteenth century saw American cities as ugly spaces, lacking the art and history that attracted thousands to the great cities of Europe. By the turn of the century, however, city touring became popular in the United States, and the era saw the rise of elegant hotels, packaged tours, and train travel to cities for vacations that would entertain and edify.

  The book is rooted in a theoretical framework that considers time, space and tourism as core facets for the analysis. By doing so, it provides readers with an understanding of different yet similar processes of urban development and identifies the principles for tourism and urban regeneration to effectively contribute to socio-economic growth Author: Alberto Amore. Introduction -- 2. Urban tourism -- 3. Urban tourism and postmodernity -- 4. Place image and urban tourism -- 5. The culture of urban tourism -- 6. The experience of urban tourism -- 7. Understanding urban tourism: a synthesis -- 8.

Rural Tourism: Opportunities and Challenges Katherine Dashper Part One: Defining the ‘Rural’ through Tourism This book will take readers on a journey around the world. From the The last 25 years has seen a growth in active countryside tourism as increasingly urban .   Book Review: Urban Tourism and Urban Change: Cities in a Global Economy, by Costas Spirou Show all authors. Noam Shoval. Noam Shoval. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel See all articles by this author. Search Google Scholar for this author. First Published Aug Book : Noam Shoval.


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The study of urban tourism and associated focus on urban tourist precincts is a growing area of interest as practitioners, researchers and policy makers seek to understand the phenomenon of. Urban tourism refers to visiting cities and towns with the purpose of sightseeing, shopping, doing business or enjoying the entertainment facilities.

Urban tourism was one of the earliest forms of tourism, but there was a major shift away from this kind of tourism to coastal, rural or mountain destinations from the s or so until the s. In his book Urban Tourism: The Visitor Economy and the Growth of Large Cities, Christopher Law examines the relationship between tourism and urban areas.

He distinguishes between primary, secondary, and additional elements of a city’s tourism resources. Primary elements provide the main reasons why tourists visit cities.

This book critically explores the interconnections between tourism and the contemporary city from a policy-oriented standpoint, combining tourism perspectives with discussion of urban models, issues, and challenges.

Research-based analyses addressing managerial issues and evaluating policy. City Spaces – Tourist Places both consolidates and develops the extant knowledge of urban tourism precincts into a coherent research driven contemporary work. It revisits and examines the foundational literature but, more importantly, engages with aspects of precinct development Urban tourism book have previously been either underdeveloped or received only.

Representations of New Urban Tourism as vehicle for cosmopolitanism. Target Audience. The book will be of interest to academic audiences seeking to gain a deeper understanding of the social, economic, political and cultural effects of New Urban Tourism on cities and on urban quality of life in different regions of the world.

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(Chambers, ) Impacts of Urban Tourism: According to Law () now a day, the urban tourism is growing rapidly in every country of the. Definition. According to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), urban tourism is defined as "a type of tourism activity which takes place in an urban space with its inherent attributes characterized by non-agricultural based economy such as administration, manufacturing, trade and services and by being nodal points of transport.

Urban/city destinations offer a broad and heterogeneous range of. Over the past decade, the field of urban tourism has consolidated with the appearance of several books that concentrate upon the Western European and North American experience.

Recently, the scope and range of urban research has widened considerably, including the welcome appearance of studies that examine the tourism phenomenon in cities outside the Euro-American s: 1. This book addresses questions and concerns regarding the social and economic carrying capacity of these capital cities due to the growing intensity and volume of tourism.

This book will be of interest to students, researchers and professionals in the fields of urban planning and tourism geography. In addition to highlighting the significance of urban tourism in relation to key urban challenges, the book reflects on the risks and tensions associated with its development, including the rise of anti-tourism movements as a reaction to touristification, cultural commodification, and gentrification.

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This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of China Tourism by: 3.Each chapter in this book explores a specific form of cultural heritage that is driving change in urban spaces. Intended for a wide readership, the book will appeal to students of urban studies, human geography, heritage studies and international tourism management, as well as experts conducting research in and across these areas.In this book, distinguished urban experts from a variety of disciplines investigate tourism and its transforming impact on cities.

As cities become places to play, the authors show, tourism recasts their spatial form. In some cities, separate spaces devoted to tourism and leisure are carved out.5/5(1).