Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice – Volume 5, No. 2 – 2013
Table of contents
Not losing the ‘Pilgrimage’ in the Pilgrimage Tourism Experience. Guest editors Kevin Griffin and Razaq Raj, pp. 1-3
Worship & Sightseeing: building a partnership approach to a ministry of welcome. Peter Wiltshier & Alan Clarke, pp. 4-29
The Muslim sports tourist and the Olympic Games movement. Karl A. Russell & Noëlle O’Connor, pp. 30-42
Experiences of Pilgrimage in Lithuania: expressions of values and identity at new destinations. Darius Liutikas, pp. 43-60
Historical-theological models of Pilgrimage as a resource for Faith Tourism. Jonathan M. Wooding, pp. 61-72
Linking the Pilgrimage experience to best practice: the lessons of the RECULTIVATUR project. Alan Clarke & Ágnes Raffay, pp. 73-93
Visitors to religious sites in South Western Nigeria – their experience of the physical infrastructure. Elizabeth Ifeyinwa Benson, pp. 94-114
Conference reports and Book reviews will be back in the next issue
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This paper explores diverse opportunities for partnerships between the sacred and secular at religious sites. It identifies ways in which tourism suppliers can work collaboratively with sacred sites to enable sites to ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This paper will focus on the early findings of the RECULTIVATUR project, a SEE funded partnership which is exploring the inclusion of religious-related cultural values in the planning and development processes of urban ...
Visitors to Religious Sites in South Western Nigeria – Their Experience of the Physical Infrastructure (University of Plymouth, 2013)This paper assesses the tourism experience and activities of visitors to religious sites in South Western Nigeria, in order to develop an effective and efficient strategy for the development of religious tourism. Religious ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This paper explores the view that the Olympic Games Movement and the modern day Olympic Games while seeking to be a secular event is regarded by many participants and spectators as an event where they are able to demonstrate ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)Pilgrimage is often seen as a physical journey to a sacred destination fixed by custom, destination-centred and broadly penitential in tone. The work of anthropologists in the last century broadened definitions to consider ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This article looks at destination places and the extent of religious and secular pilgrimages in Lithuanian society. Destination image of a particular place is unique, as it is constructed from travellers own values, ...