Contemporary Cases in Heritage Tourism (Contemporary Cases Volume 1)

Contemporary Cases in Heritage Tourism (Contemporary Cases Volume 1)

By: Alan Fyall (editor), Brian Garrod (editor)Hardback

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Contemporary Cases in Heritage Tourism: Volume 1 examines 9 international cases under the sections of Managing Heritage Sites, World Heritage Sites, and Heritage Tourism. Cases include: Festivals as Expressions of Heritage: A Viking Case Study, Ethnic Enclaves as Visitor Attractions: Singapore's Little India, Managing Religious Heritage Attractions: The Case of Jerusalem Challenges faced by heritage projects in a rapidly changing society: The case of Wutai Shan, China, Edinburgh WHS: A Heritage Case Study, Indigenous Tourism and Heritage: A Maori Case Study and more. Written by established experts in the field, the volume comprises substantial, in-depth and detailed case studies, written with specific learning objectives in mind. Furthermore, each case is fully referenced in academic style and accompanied by a wealth of supplementary material including discussion questions, further reading and links to websites. Teaching notes, slides, essay questions, exam questions with guide answers, links to further resources are also available from the website (www.goodfellowpublishers.com). All cases within Contemporary Cases in Heritage Tourism: Volume 1 are available for individual download from the Contemporary Cases Online website (see www.goodfellowpublishers.com) or for e-readers (Kindle, Kobo), and can be purchased in a `pick-and-mix' fashion to suit the needs of the reader. The online cases are packed with hyperlinks to original sources, further readings and websites. Readers can follow these links to obtain further information about the specific concepts, terms, issues and organisations identified in each case. Features of this book and those in the series include: * Topical currency: a series of up-to-date, topical case studies in the allied fields of tourism, heritage, hospitality, leisure, retail, events and sport; * Rich, in-depth treatment of material: extensive case studies with copious illustrative material to draw students in to the cases; * Additional student material: discussion questions, further reading, links to websites; * Tutor resources: teaching notes, slides, essay questions, exam questions with guide answers, links to further resources; * Online purchase: individual cases chapters will be available for purchase individually or in volume packages.

Contents

Section One:Managing Heritage Sites Festivals as Expressions of Heritage: A Viking Case Study Kevin Hannam - University of Sunderland, UK Ethnic Enclaves as Visitor Attractions: Singapore's Little India Joan C. Henderson - Nanyang Technical University, Singapore Managing Religious Heritage Attractions: The Case of Jerusalem Daniel H. Olsen - Brandon University, Canada Section Two: World Heritage Sites Challenges faced by heritage projects in a rapidly changing society: The case of Wutai Shan, China Robert Shepherd - George Washington University Managing Megalithic Monuments: a comparative study of Stonehenge and Avebury I-Ling Kuo - London Metropolitan University and Peter Mason Edinburgh WHS: A Heritage Case Study Anna Leask - Napier University Section Three: Heritage Tourism Indigenous Tourism and Heritage: A Maori Case Study Alison McIntosh - University of Waikato, New Zealand Heritage tourism routes: A Tale of Two Contrasting 'Journeys' in Northern Ireland Stephen Boyd - University of Ulster Identity Constructs in Places of Industrial Heritage' Mary Beth Gouthro - Bournemouth University

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781908999542
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 254
  • ID: 9781908999542
  • ISBN10: 1908999543

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