1. A Framework for Global Cultural Tourism 2. The Geography of Cultural Tourism 3. The Politics of Global Cultural Tourism 4. Heritage, Tourism and Museums 5. Indigenous Cultural Tourism 6. The Arts, Festivals and Cultural Tourism 7. The Growth of Creative Tourism 8. Urban Cultural Tourism and Regeneration 9. Experiential Cultural Tourism 10. The Future of Cultural Tourism
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- G155.A1T68 2007
"Divided into five main sections, the text looks at this topic under the following headings: * Involvement: Uses case studies to discuss and compare such as 'campfire' programmes in east Africa, and the employment of indigenous peoples as guides, amongst other cases, * Turbulence: Host guest relationships, conflicts on communities and contrasting strategies and results of tourism in indigenous villages in South Africa * Issues: Discusses issues such as authenticity, religious beliefs and managing indigenous tourism in a fragile environment * Progress: Looks at tourism education, tourism and cultural survival and examples of the policy and practice of indigenous tourism. * Conclusions: Five contributions from indigenous people on North America, Australasia and Europe to discuss implications and experiences."
Call Number: UCF Rosen General Collection -- G155.I5C65 2008
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"Can tourism help a poor remote community to develop? How much does tourism change a village? How can a village have the benefits tourism offers without the problems it can cause? These are the questions that lie at the core of this text. Using an anthropologist's eye and a high degree of trust, this book uncovers the story of tourism development in two small villages on a remote island of Eastern Indonesia.The ethnography provides a rich description of life in a non-western marginal community in a contemporary global context and how they face the challenge of balancing socio-economic integration and cultural distinction. It uncovers the conflicts of tourism development between a poor community, tourists, governments and brokers. This micro study has ramifications beyond the locality. Many other villages in Indonesia are experiencing similar issues. Many of the challenges are relevant to peripheral communities across the globe."
Call Number: UCF Rosen General Collection -- G155.E8C64 1996
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Contested territories : the politics of touristic development at the shrine of El Rocío in Southwestern Andalusia / Mary M. Crain -- Tourism and self-consciousness in a South Spanish coastal community / Antonio Miguel Nogués Pedregal -- A case of neglect? The politics of (re)presentation : a Sardinian case / Peter Odermatt -- Negotiating the tourist gaze : the example of Malta / Annabel Black -- Philoxenia receiving tourists - but not guests - on a Greek island / Cornélia Zarkia -- Reactions to tourism : a view from the deep green heart of France / Simone A. Abram -- Dealing with fish and tourists : a case study from Northern Norway / Roel Puijk -- The social construction of Mokum : tourism and the quest for local identity in Amsterdam / Heidi Dahles
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- G155.C9 S58 2016
"Based on a detailed ethnography, this book explores the promises and expectations of tourism in Cuba, drawing attention to the challenges that tourists and local people face in establishing meaningful connections with each other. Notions of informal encounter and relational idiom illuminate ambiguous experiences of tourism harassment, economic transactions, hospitality, friendship, and festive and sexual relationships. Comparing these various connections, the author shows the potential of touristic encounters to redefine their moral foundations, power dynamics, and implications, offering new insights into how contemporary relationships across difference and inequality are imagined and understood."
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- CC135 2015
Chapter 1: The ethics of cultural heritage -- Section 1: Ethical domains -- Chapter 2: Ethics and digital heritage -- Chapter 3: Ethics and heritage tourism -- Chapter 4: Heritage and community engagement -- Chapter 5: Ethics, conservation and climate change -- Chapter 6: Repatriating human remains: searching for an acceptable ethics -- Chapter 7: The ethics of visibility: archaeology, conservation and memories of settler colonialism -- Chapter 8: The normative foundations of stewardship: care and respect -- Section 2: Ethics in practice -- Chapter 9: Ethics and collecting in the?post modern? museum: a Papua New Guinea example -- Chapter 10: Tourism, World Heritage and local communities: an ethical framework in practice at Angkor -- Chapter 11: A matter of trust: the organisational design of the Museo de la Libertad y la Democracia, Panama -- Chapter 12: Let?s forget about?Heritage?: place, ethics and the Faro Convention
Ph.D. Dissertation, Anthropology, University of Florida
"This research calls to question tourism-based rural development policies by showing that transition from a localized agricultural production regime based on cooperative labor to a globalized tourism economy based on individual income can introduce new risks for residents, such as economic and social exclusion, and increase a community's vulnerability to global market crises."