Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice – Volume 1, No. 1 – 2009
Table of contents
Kevin Meethan, Hazel Andrews and Graham Busby iii
Is Wellington Environmentally Friendly? Visitors’ Views of New Zealand’s Capital.Abel Duarte Alonso, p.1
Engaging Auschwitz: an analysis of young travellers’ experiences of Holocaust Tourism. Thomas P. Thurnell-Read, p. 26
Moving with the Times: Visual representations of the tourism phenomenon. Catherine Palmer, p. 74
C. B. N. Chin: Cruising in the Global Economy: Profits, Pleasure and Work at Sea. Reviewed by Phillip Gibson, p. 86.
Ball, S; Horner, S and Nield, K. Contemporary Hospitality & Tourism: Management issues in China and India Reviewed by Rong Huang, p. 88
Watson, N. The Literary Tourist Reviewed by Graham Busby, p.93
Winter, T. Post-Conflict Heritage, Postcolonial Tourism – Culture, Politics and Development at Angkor. Reviewed by David Botterill, p.99
Woodside, A, and Martin, D. Tourism Management: Analysis, behaviour and strategy. Reviewed by Andreas Walmsley
2nd International Colloquium on Tourism and Leisure, Chiang Mai, Thailand 5-8th May 2008 Ray Boland and Brian Wheeller, p. 107
Opportunities and Challenges: The 1st International Cruise Conference Bremerhaven, Germany 26 – 27 Sept 2008 Philip Gibson and Alexis Papathanassis , p. 113
The 2nd ITSA Biennial Conference Globalization, Tourism and Development: Mega Events and Urban Tourism, Shanghai, 6-9 November 2008. Graham Busby, p. 118
The 4th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure – Antalya, Turkey, 22-27 April 2008. Graham Busby 120
(University of Plymouth, 2009)2nd International Colloquium on Tourism and Leisure, Chiang Mai, Thailand 5-8th May 2008 Opportunities and Challenges: The 1st International Cruise Conference Bremerhaven, Germany 26 – 27 Sept 2008 The 2nd ITSA Biennial ...
(University of Plymouth, 2009)Cruising in the Global Economy: Profits, Pleasure and Work at Sea Author: Chin, C. B. N. Ashgate Publishing Company 2008, xii + 184 pp. ISBN 978-0-7546-7242-5 Contemporary Hospitality & Tourism: Management issues ...
(University of Plymouth, 2009)For nearly a decade, New Zealand has been using nature related slogans to market the country’s rural environment, or pollution-free image. The constant growth of overseas visitor numbers illustrates that such campaigns ...
‘Non vedete. È un rivoluzione.’ [You don’t see. It’s a revolution] Edward Lear Landscape Painter and Italy (University of Plymouth, 2009)Edward Lear‟s 1852 text Journals of a Landscape Painter in Southern Calabria and the Kingdom of Naples details the author‟s painting tours in the South of Italy during one of its periods of major political and social ...
(University of Plymouth, 2009)This article considers the experiences of young travellers visiting the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp in Poland. Semi-structured interviews were used to generate qualitative data on the way ...