Special Issue on Creative Tourism

Table of contents

Exploring Creative Tourism: Editors Introduction. Greg Richards and Lénia Marques, pp. 1-11

Articles

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

Research Notes

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

Conference Reports

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

Book Reviews

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

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