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1. Tourists' need for uniqueness as a representation of differentiated identity.

This study aims to examine the relationship between tourists' need for uniqueness (TNFU), perceived authenticity, tourists' emotions, and their behavioral intentions in a heritage context. A proposed conceptual model is tested using the data generated from a convenient sample of 474 tourists...

Author(s) : Karagöz, D.; Uysal, M.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2022 Vol.61 No.1 pp.76-92 ref.123

2. Corporate sponsorship for museums in times of crisis.

Author(s) : Biraglia, A.; Gerrath, M. H. E. E.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.88

4. So bad it's good: articulations of power in ironic film criticism.

Author(s) : Herder, W. de

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Journal of Popular Culture (Boston) 2021 Vol.54 No.2 pp.432-452

5. Indicators for cultural and creative industries' impact assessment on cultural heritage and tourism.

Cultural heritage is an important factor in ensuring regional development. Practice has demonstrated that first sustainability of heritage sites needs to be ensured and tourism they generate should also be re-visited as current over-tourism models are unsustainable. The assumption is that...

Author(s) : Jelincic, D. A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.13

6. Thoughts from the think tank: lessons learned from the sustainable indigenous tourism symposium.

Indigenous tourism has the ability to foster, promote and preserve Indigenous culture and traditions and is closely in line with Indigenous perspectives. In Canada, Indigenous tourism has been developing at an exponential rate. This paper is a synopsis of a think tank held in Nanaimo, British...

Author(s) : Graci, S.; Maher, P. T.; Peterson, B.; Hardy, A.; Vaugeois, N.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Ecotourism 2021 Vol.20 No.2 pp.189-197 ref.13

7. Cultural intelligence and heritage impact on choosing foreign tourist destination.

Due to the process of globalization, travel has become much more affordable, so tourists have the opportunity to visit foreign and even some exotic destinations. Market research helps travel agencies in formulating a marketing strategy, which should attract tourists and ensure their satisfaction,...

Author(s) : Zdravković, S.; Peković, J.

Publisher : Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism, University of Kragujevac, Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia

Journal article : Hotel and Tourism Management 2021 Vol.9 No.1 pp.27-42 ref.44

8. Impacts of the music festival Lovefest on the attitudes of the local population in Vrnjacka Banja.

The electronic music festival Lovefest, which has been held in Vrnjačka Banja since 2007, gathers a great number of domestic and international visitors. In addition to the positive impacts, which are primarily reflected in the generation of income that is important for the tourism economy and to...

Author(s) : Đorďević, N.; Podovac, M.; Milićević, S.; Stojanović, Đ.

Publisher : Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism, University of Kragujevac, Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia

Journal article : Hotel and Tourism Management 2021 Vol.9 No.1 pp.73-88 ref.56

9. An introduction to creative tourism development: articulating local culture and travel.

Creative tourism is a dynamic tourism niche that has emerged both as a development of cultural tourism and in opposition to the emergence of 'mass cultural tourism'. On the one hand, creative tourism demand is driven by travellers seeking more active and participative cultural experiences in which...

Author(s) : Duxbury, N.; Carvalho, C. P.; Albino, S.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.1-11 ref.23

10. Creative travellers in Austria.

Creative tourism has emerged as a global trend in cultural tourism, replacing the previous notion of cultural tourism as being a mostly passive, attraction- and museum-based activity. Creative travellers are actively seeking out opportunities to become engaged in the local cultural fabric of the...

Author(s) : Paschinger, E.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.26-29 ref.3

11. Domestic and international creative tourists in Portugal: insights for practitioners.

A great diversity of definitions of creative tourists exist, ranging from those who refer to visitors of dance, art, or handicraft workshops, to those who include people who take up temporary artistic residences to practice their creative expression and develop their art forms. In recent decades,...

Author(s) : Serra, J.; Marujo, N.; Duxbury, N.; Goncalves, A. R.; Cabeca, S. M.; Remoaldo, P.; Alves, J.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.30-37 ref.12

12. Interview with Mélanie Wolfram, Vagar Walkingtours: connecting to family travel with creative tourism.

This paper presents an interview with Melanie Wolfram on Vagar Walkingtours. Vagar Walkingtours is a small tourism company (registered as a tourism 'animation' company in Évora) that promotes 'slow touristic visits', conducting these cultural visits in all of the Alentejo region and, more...

Author(s) : Wolfram, M.; Albino, S.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.46-49 ref.2

13. Interview with Geetika Agrawal about vacation with an artist.

This paper talks about the background of Vacation With An Artist (VWAA) project. The project touches on a few trends that we are seeing in the world. First of all, we as a society, we are tired of mass consumption. We want things to be handmade and we want to know the story about how it was made,...

Author(s) : Agrawal, G.; Carvalho, C. P. de

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.68-72

14. I need you, but I don't want you: the ambiguity of artistic residencies and tourism.

The artists in residency (AiR) programme attached to this project has been developed according to its mission of enabling a transient community for the FabLab while raising the profile of the place through creative interventions and communityled activities. Buinho's motto has emerged to be 'serious ...

Author(s) : Albino, S.; Alcobia, C.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.73-78 ref.12

15. From theory to practice: the three principles of community-based design.

One of the challenges in developing tourism in many local communities, particularly in developing countries, is the danger of commodification of culture. Existing models of cultural tourism often see culture as a relatively static product to be 'sold' to tourists. By embracing local identity and...

Author(s) : Wisansing, J.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.83-92 ref.24

16. User-centred design for creative tourism prototyping: the Maribor experience.

This chapter discusses how the principles of usercentred design and emotional mapping can be used to help tourism and culture practitioners design prototypes of creative tourism experiences. Creative tourism is a novel interpretation of cultural tourism that incorporates within the tourism...

Author(s) : Bakas, F. E.; Castro, T. V. de; Osredkar, A.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.93-104 ref.21

17. Deep mapping as a cultural mapping process and a creative tourism driver: two examples.

As a collaborative cultural mapping process, deep mapping can encourage networks and partnerships in designing and offering cultural and creative tourism activities; as a product, deep maps can provide the basis for marketing your destination by providing a lively and engaging sense of place. Even...

Author(s) : Scherf, K.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.111-117 ref.9

18. The creative tourist and the creating artist: the base for rural development.

This brief essay explores how arts-based creative tourism contributes to positive attitudes towards rural and natural areas, both by participating creative tourists and artists as well as by the local community. It shows the necessity of a sense of place, an awareness, a consciousness of the...

Author(s) : Sligting, C.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.118-123 ref.4

19. COOLWOOL - creative weekend at Covilhã, a co-designed programme.

COOLWOOL, Creative weekend at Covilhã is a creative tourism programme to discover the wool industrial heritage of the Portuguese industrial city of Covilhã. It proposes a singular experience of immersion into the city factory and into the factory ambience. The project is co-organized by the New...

Author(s) : Salvado, R.; Rolo, G.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.124-129 ref.5

20. Loulé Criativo: our creative tourism development story.

The Loulé Criativo project aims to provide a continuous induction of innovation in the products and work processes of professionals; the necessary conditions for research in the arts and crafts and related topics; support for the installation and business of artisans and professionals in the...

Author(s) : Lúcio, M.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.154-164 ref.6

21. Santa Fe, New Mexico's creative tourism initiative.

The City of Santa Fe, New Mexico's Creative Tourism Initiative ran from 2009 to 2015. It began as a result of Santa Fe's membership in the United Nations Educational and Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Creative Cities Network. Santa Fe joined the network in 2005, and that same year a...

Author(s) : Pratt, S. V.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.165-171 ref.5

22. Creative tourism development and innovation in Kenya: an entrepreneurship perspective.

This chapter is a contribution to expand the body of knowledge of creative tourism in Africa by providing some insights on creative tourism in Kenya. It reports briefly on research performed in 2018, which had the aim of gaining a deeper understanding of creative tourism in Kenya, starting off from ...

Author(s) : Marques, L.

Book chapter : Creative tourism: activating cultural resources and engaging creative travellers 2021 pp.172-176 ref.25

23. The restorativeness of outdoor historical sites in urban areas: physical and perceptual correlations.

Growing tourist flows, which crowd ancient city centres, have modified their liveability and threatened conservation. They have increased the need for quiet places, primarily where green parks are missing. While previous studies have highlighted the possibility of reusing hidden sites of historical ...

Author(s) : Masullo, M.; Bilen, A. O.; Toma, R. A.; Guler, G. A.; Maffei, L.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.10 ref.44

24. Understanding diver behavior on underwater cultural heritage: enriching the observation record using video methods.

Successful underwater heritage management requires a sound understanding of visitor behavior. Primary visitors to underwater heritage sites are divers whose behavior can pose risks to the integrity of site cultural heritage and tourism values. This study seeks to understand wreck diver in-water...

Author(s) : Edney, J.; Dimmock, K.; Boyd, W. E.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.10 ref.60

25. Adaptive reuse practices and sustainable urban development: perspectives of innovation for European historic spa towns.

Spa towns represented, for decades, a point of reference for the European panorama of health, tourism and cultural exchange. They have been the first tourist destination in the modern sense, as well as a manifesto for a renewed demand of quality and laboratories for architectural and urban...

Author(s) : Fabi, V.; Vettori, M. P.; Faroldi, E.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.10 ref.100