Classic Reviews in Tourism

Edited by: Chris Cooper

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Paperback
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Hardback
ISBN:
9781873150443
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Channel View Publications
Number of pages:
280
Dimensions:
210mm x 148mm
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This book draws together some of the leading authors in tourism to provide state of the art reviews of research in fields of tourism. The book revisits classic reviews which first appeared over a decade ago in the Progress in Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Management book series. The reviews will be of use to students, researchers and teachers of tourism.

Chris Cooper is foundation professor of tourism management and head of the school of tourism and leisure management at The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.  Before moving to Australia he worked at the University of Surrey and Bournemouth University in the UK.  Chris Cooper's research interests include globalisation, tourism education and training, and resort development.  He has published a number of texts in tourism and is co-editor of Current Issues in Tourism.

1. Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Research Chris Cooper (University of Queensland, Australia); 2. The Sociology of Tourism John Urry (University of Lancaster, UK); 3. The Economics of Tourism M. Thea Sinclair Adam Blake & Gunter Sugiyarto (University of Nottingham, UK); 4. The Statistical Measurement of Tourism John Latham and Chris Edwards (Southampton Business School, UK) 5. Perspectives on Temporal Change and the History of Tourism and Recreation Geoff Wall (University of Waterloo, Canada); 6. Marketing of the Service Process: State of the Art in the Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Industries Frank Go (Erasmus University, Netherlands) & Michael Haywood (University of Guelph, Canada); 7. Comprehensive Human Resource Planning Michael V. Conlin (Australian International Hotel Management School) & Tom Baum (University of Strathclyde, Scotland, UK); 8. Competitive Strategies for a "New Tourism" Auliana Poon (Tourism Intelligence International, Caribbean Futures Ltd); 9. Urban Tourism: Still an Imbalance in Attention? Gregory Ashworth (University of Groningen, Netherlands); 10. Revisiting Heritage Richard Prentice (University of Sunderland, UK); 11. Environmental Auditing Brian Goodall (University of Reading, UK) 12. Alternative Tourism: A Deceptive Ploy Brian Wheeler (University of Birmingham, UK); 13. Gender and Tourism Geoff Wall & JoanneNorris  (University of Waterloo, Canada)

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