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1. Conclusion.

This final chapter summarizes the main conclusions of this book on degrowth in tourism, and considers the need to rethink the phenomenon of degrowth as a new development paradigm which attempts to give up the current system of unlimited growth.

Author(s) : Andriotis, K.

Book chapter : Issues and cases of degrowth in tourism 2021 pp.178-184 ref.36

2. The spatial and organizational structure of destinations.

This chapter introduces the core themes of the spatial structure of destinations, namely, scale, boundaries, regions, and morphology; as well as the different aspects of the organizational structure of destinations.

Author(s) : Pearce, D. G.

Book chapter : Tourist destinations: structure and synthesis 2021 pp.1-13

3. Sustainability and tourism: reflections from a muddy pool.

This chapter explores the problems with the concepts of sustainability and sustainable development. The focus of this chapter is especially on sustainable tourism and its relationship to social and cultural phenomena.

Author(s) : Harrison, D.

Book chapter : Tourism, tradition and culture: a reflection on their role in development 2021 pp.61-74 ref.many

4. Islands, image and tourism.

Recognizing the current attraction of tropical island destinations, in particular, for Western tourists, this chapter examines how they have been portrayed as utopian escapes from Western reality or dystopian harbours of dark and unknown human and non-human forces.

Author(s) : Harrison, D.

Book chapter : Tourism, tradition and culture: a reflection on their role in development 2021 pp.97-104 ref.many

5. Tourism and development: from development theory to globalization.

This chapter explores the relationship of tourism to development. The emergence of development theory, tourism as viewed through the lens of development theory, and the globalization perspective are discussed.

Author(s) : Harrison, D.

Book chapter : Tourism, tradition and culture: a reflection on their role in development 2021 pp.226-235 ref.many

6. Impulse buying behaviour in tourism: a new perspective.

Author(s) : Karl, M.; Chien, P. M.; Ong, F.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.90 ref.28

7. Effectiveness of place-sensitive policies in tourism.

Author(s) : Matteo, D. di

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.90 ref.14

8. The excuses tourists use to justify environmentally unfriendly behaviours.

Author(s) : Juvan, E.; Dolnicar, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

9. Introduction: motivation of the pilgrimage journey.

This chapter introduces the concept of pilgrimage, and reviews different theories and perspectives to understand the motivations of pilgrims.

Author(s) : Liutikas, D.

Book chapter : Pilgrims: values and identities 2021 pp.1-16 ref.many

10. Current issues in managing visitor experiences in nature-based tourism.

This introduction to a book on nature-based tourism offers background discussion on visitor experiences and visitor experience design, nature-based visitor experiences, and visitor (impact) management.

Author(s) : Albrech, J. N.

Book chapter : Managing visitor experiences in nature-based tourism 2021 pp.1-8 ref.49

11. Introduction.

The need for this book reflecting on social tourism around the world is discussed, before describing the book's structure.

Author(s) : Lima, J.; Eusébio, C.

Book chapter : Social tourism: global challenges and approaches 2021 pp.1-4 ref.10

13. When staying long enough is enough?

Author(s) : Fieger, P.; Prayag, G.; Hall, C. M.; Rice, J.; Gössling, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

15. The search value model: detecting abnormal searching behavior.

Author(s) : Nicolau, J. L.; Kim HyoEun; Liu XianWei

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

16. Savoring and tourists' positive experiences.

Author(s) : Yan Nanxi; Halpenny, E. A.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

17. Tourism and economic resilience.

Author(s) : Lee YongJin [Lee, Y. J. A.]; Kim JinWon; Jang SeongSoo; Ash, K.; Yang EunJung

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

18. Rail tourism transitions: a sociological framework.

Author(s) : Jensen, M. T.; Larsen, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.87

20. Compression in stochastic frontier models.

Author(s) : Tsionas, M. G.; Assaf, A. G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.88

22. Residents' discrimination against tourists.

Author(s) : Tse, S.; Tung WingSun [Tung, W. S. V.]

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Tourism Research 2021 Vol.88

23. Gardens around the world, 2013-2019.

This chapter gives a selected appraisal of garden tourism around the world in terms of garden numbers, number of visitors, and growth. It updates numbers and development of garden tourism and contains a brief appraisal of how garden tourism has grown, or not grown, in the prior five years.

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book chapter : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.16-32

24. Examining the structural relationships among heritage proximity, perceived impacts, attitude and residents' support in intangible cultural heritage tourism.

Among the many methods of revitalizing intangible cultural heritage (ICH), tourism undoubtedly has the largest social and economic benefits. Taijiquan, also known as Tai Chi, was included in the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in December 2020. It provides the...

Author(s) : Wei YuQian; Liu HengYu; Park KeunSoo

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.90

25. A study on how the five senses are affected when tourists experience towns with forest characteristics: an empirical analysis based on the data of Fujian, Guangdong and Sichuan in China.

Senses are the primary channel by which travelers enjoy tourism, and the sensory experience of tourists is very important to the quality of their tourism experience. In this study, 385 questionnaires were distributed to tourists visiting the first batch of characteristic towns classified by the...

Author(s) : Shao Min; Lin DeRong

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.83