Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice – Volume 6, No. 2 – 2014
Table of contents
Challenges to comsumer protection legislation in tourism contexts. Verity Greenwood and Larry Dwyer, p. 1-22
Film tourism: the pre-production perspective. A case study of Visit Somerset and the Hollywood story of Glastonbury. Natalie Semley and Graham Busby, p. 23-53
Visual research method approach applied to marketing to design DMO’s logo. The case of Haiti. Hugues Séraphin, p. 54-58
Book reviewsWill be published in the next issue
VII International Tourism Congress – The image and sustainability of tourist destinations, Muscat, Oman, 2-4 December 2014. Graham Busby, p. 59-62
Film tourism: the pre-production perspective. A case study of Visit Somerset and the Hollywood story of Glastonbury (University of Plymouth, 2014)Film tourism has been researched now for many years and the consequences of post-production are clear. However, there has been little opportunity to explore the perceptions of filming, pre-production, until now. Using a ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)Many destinations worldwide have enacted laws to protect consumers in general but which have relevance to tourists as consumers and thus destination competitiveness. The impact of any such consumer protection, however, ...
(University of Plymouth, 2014)VII International Tourism Congress – The Image and Sustainability of Tourist Destinations, Muscat, Oman, 2-4 December 2014