Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice – Volume 4, No. 2 – 2012
Special Issue on Creative Tourism
Table of contents
Exploring Creative Tourism: Editors Introduction. Greg Richards and Lénia Marques, pp. 1-11
Creativity in the JoHari window: An alternative model for creating tourism programmes. Márta Jusztin, pp. 12-24
Concept design – An innovative approach to learning: The case of Saint James’ Way as a playground for meaningful learning experiences. Florencia Cueto Pedrotti, pp. 25-40
Tourist creative processes and experiences in the European Cultural Itinerary ‘The Phoenicians’ Route’. Eliana Messineo, pp. 41-54
Creative tourism in Saint Petersburg: the state of the art. Valery Gordin and Marina Matetskaya, pp. 55-77
Facing the challenge? Creative tourism in Croatia. Daniela Angelina Jelinčić and Ana Žuvela, pp. 78-90
Creating new cultural visitor experiences on islands: Challenges and opportunities. John S. Hull and Ulrike Sassenberg, pp. 91-110
Boosting potential creative tourism resources: The case of Siby (Mali). Lénia Marques, pp. 111-128
From Creative Crowds to Creative Tourism: A search for creative tourism in small and medium sized cities. Teun den Dekker and Marcel Tabbers, pp. 129-132
Barcelona Creative Tourism. Caroline Couret, pp. 132-134
COLIN’s creative tourism experiences: The opportunities for the province of Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands. Kristel Zegers, pp. 139-141
Educational travel – Expanding Horizons, Tallinn 19-21 August 2011
The First BITCO – Belgrade International Tourism Conference – Belgrade, 22-24 March 2012
Dark Tourism Symposium – UCLAN Westleigh Conference Centre, Preston – 24 April 2012, pp142-150
World Film Locations – Madrid. Torres Hortelano, L. J. (ed) (2011)
World Film Locations: Paris. Marcelline Block (ed) (2011)
Collective Creativity: Art and Society in the South Pacific. Katherine Giuffre (2009), pp. 151-157
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Tourism development in St. Petersburg, which is a major cultural centre, has improved in terms of tourist flows; both tourism demand and tourist products have become more diverse. These improvements give grounds for a ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)This paper further develops the conceptual framework for creative tourism, discussing the co-creation of experiences and the identification of potential resources for creative tourism development. The case of the village ...
Concept design – An innovative approach to learning: The case of Saint James’ Way as a playground for meaningful learning experiences (University of Plymouth, 2012)Co-creation is increasingly being used as a tool for companies to position their products in the market. The aim is to enhance a dialogue with customers and enhance firm-customer value. In the experience industry co-creation ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Alongside the recent cultural tourism trends of edutainment, active participation, learning, and the interest in the ‘unique’; the desire of tourists to get involved in the creative process has been steadily gaining ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)From Creative Crowds to Creative Tourism: A search for creative tourism in small and medium sized cities. Teun den Dekker and Marcel Tabbers Barcelona Creative Tourism. Caroline Couret COLIN’s creative tourism experiences: ...
Tourist creative processes and experiences in the European Cultural Itinerary ‘The Phoenicians’ Route’ (University of Plymouth, 2012)Cultural itineraries represent a favourable context for the development of creative processes and experiences. This paper examines the creative activities and projects of a European Cultural Itinerary, The Phoenicians’ ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)This paper provides an overview of the contributions to special issue of the Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice entitled "Exploring Creative Tourism‟. Creative tourism has grown rapidly in the past decade, ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)World Film Locations – Madrid Torres Hortelano, L.J. (ed) (2011) Intellect Books & University of Chicago Press, Bristol and Chicago. 128 pp. Pb ISBN-978-1-84150-568-8 World Film Locations: Paris. Marcelline Block ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)Cultural tourism is increasingly recognized as an important motivation for international travelers in search of experiencing the cultural heritage, arts, philosophy and institutions of another region or country. The UNWTO ...
(University of Plymouth, 2012)In the last decade, creativity has become a buzz word in developmental context, from creative industries, creative classes, creative economy, creative cities, creative business, creative governance to creative tourism. ...