By Lily M. Hoffman, Susan S. Fainstein, Dennis R. Judd
The authors of this ebook use law idea to deliver 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, fiscal and cultural phenomenon.
- Presents unique essays written by means of demonstrated students, together with stories of Venice, Mexico, Montreal, big apple, l. a., London, Barcelona, Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris, and Australia's Gold Coast.
Chapter 1 viewers and the Spatial Ecology of town (pages 23–38): Dennis R. Judd
Chapter 2 towns, defense, and viewers: handling Mega?Events in France (pages 39–52): Sophie Body?Gendrot
Chapter three Sociological Theories of Tourism and legislation 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 internal urban: Tourism and law in Harlem (pages 91–112): Lily M. Hoffman
Chapter 6 Barcelona: Governing Coalitions, viewers and the altering urban heart (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 employees in long island and l. a. (pages 145–166): David L. Gladstone and Susan. S Fainstein
Chapter nine Shaping the Tourism exertions 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 experience of Tourism (pages 239–253): Susan S. Fainstein, Lily M. Hoffman and Dennis R. Judd
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Though Greenberg’s study only examines magazines published in the United States, similar magazines can be found on the newsstands of major cities throughout the world. Tourism overlaps with – indeed, is a product of – a globalized culture of consumption sustained by highly mobile workers and consumers. It makes sense to assume that the members of this class will tend to demand and therefore to reproduce similar urban environments wherever they go. This tendency is not difficult to observe. New York’s Soho, like warehouse districts elsewhere, has been invaded by a predictable mix of themed stores.
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