World Heritage and Tourism: Marketing and Management

Bailey Ashton Adie

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    This book provides a comprehensive discussion of the phenomenon of World Heritage tourism through a critical, global perspective that encompasses both supply and demand.

    Individual chapters critically engage with four main topics crucial to this subject area. A chapter on visitors defines the World Heritage tourist segment, highlighting on-site behaviour and visitor needs. Building on this, a marketing chapter questions the functionality of the World Heritage brand as a tourist attractor and instead argues that tourist growth is due to effective marketing following World Heritage inscription. The third chapter presents a holistic management framework centred on planning, place, and people while the concluding chapter situates World Heritage tourism in a global context, discussing threats such as climate change. International case studies from a wide variety of both natural and cultural sites provide a representative discussion of the topic across varying geographical, political and cultural contexts.

    This will be of great interest to upper-level students, researchers and academics in the fields of Tourism, Heritage Studies and Geography as well as practitioners in these fields who wish to better understand the crucial interplay of these areas.
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationAbingdon, UK
    Number of pages136
    ISBN (Electronic)9780429506659
    ISBN (Print)9781138583603
    Publication statusPublished - 28 May 2019

    Publication series

    NameFocus on Tourism and Hospitality


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