11 edition of New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism found in the catalog.
April 23, 2008
Written in English
Routledge Advances in Tourism
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
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In Blawatt, K. R. Marketing Basics for the Caribbean, Ian Randle Publishing: Kingston, pp. Jönsson, C. (). ´Barbados Casuarina Beach Resort – A model for the use of cleaner technologies in the hotel sector?´. Proceedings 2nd Tourism Outlook Conference – Tourism Edge and Beyond, Selangor: Malaysia, pp. Beyond the Blood, the Beach and the Banana emphasises the significance of the Caribbean in an increasingly globalised social world and draws attention to the contribution that scholarship in Caribbean Studies makes in coming to terms with a multi-cultural heritage.
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Book Description. The Caribbean is one of the most tourism dependent regions of the world. This edited volume extends beyond the frontiers of normative perspectives of tourism development to incorporate "new" ideas and perspectives that relate to the socio-cultural, political and economic realities of these societies.
New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism. in Caribbean Tourism book. New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism. DOI link for New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism. New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism book. Edited By Marcella Daye, Donna Chambers, Sherma Roberts. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 7 April Pub Author: Donna Chambers.
"The Caribbean is one of the most tourism dependent regions of the world. This edited volume extends beyond the frontiers of normative perspectives of tourism development to incorporate "new" ideas and perspectives that relate to the socio-cultural, political and economic realities of these societies.
The Caribbean is one of the most tourism dependent regions of the world. This edited volume extends beyond the frontiers of normative perspectives of tourism development to incorporate "new" ideas and perspectives that relate to the socio-cultural, political and economic realities of these : Paperback.
Book Review: New perspectives in Caribbean tourism. The impact of tourism on local communities has formed a large part of tourism and interdisciplinary studies based on the cultural, social, and economic impact of the sector.2 In the same vein, but with a more specialist focus, this chapter will explore the interaction between the tourism industry and local communities by examining the sociospatial effects of tourism Cited by: 6.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xii, pages): illustrations: Contents: Caribbean tourism: new perspectives / Marcella Daye, Donna Chambers, and Sherma Roberts --Re-visioning Caribbean tourism / Marcella Daye --Bob Marley, Rastafari, and the Jamaican tourism product / Jalani Niaah and Sonjah Stanley Niaah.
The Caribbean is one of the premier tourist destinations in the world. Changes in travel patterns, markets and traveller motivations have brought about considerable growth and dramatic change to the region's tourism sector.
This book brings together a high calibre team of international researchers to provide an up-to-date assessment of the scope of tourism and the nature of.
New perspectives in Caribbean tourism. Journal of Heritage Tourism: Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. Author: Cristina Jönsson.
TY - BOOK. T1 - New perspectives in Caribbean tourism. AU - Daye, Marcella. AU - Chambers, Donna. AU - Roberts, Sherma. PY - /4/6. Y1 - /4/6Cited by: New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism 5 Recent evidence suggests, however, that the majority of the food utilised in the Jamaican tourism industry is imported.
"All the essays are exhaustively researched, and taken together they cast light on a relatively understudied element of Caribbean popular music: its transmission and evolution in the culture of tourism. Recommended." --Choice "The book demonstrates that far from being a frivolous aspect of unidirectional travel and consumption, music in the Format: Paperback.
In the book New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism, Brooks’ chapter: ‘A Squatter in My Own Country. Spatial Manifestations of Social Exclusion in a Jamaican Tourist Resort Town’, presents a qualitative study on the effects of tourism in Ocho Rios, a Jamaican tourist town.
The travel and tourism industry is one of the world's largest industries and is a significant growth area in the developing countries of the Caribbean. The Bahamas, Costa Rica, Mexico, Barbados and Jamaica have become major players in the tourism industry.
The growth rate while welcome in economic terms has also brought associated problems. Daye, M, Chambers, Donna and Roberts, S () New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism. Routledge Advances in Tourism.
Routledge. ISBN Full text not. This book is the result of shared experiences and interests in tourism’s role in the development of island economies. The time we spent in south Florida and our backgrounds and relationship with the maritime regions of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, respectively, compounded our academic curiosity.
Tourism • Industry • Economic Analysis. Economic Contribution of Cruise Tourism to the Destination Economies. A Survey-based Analysis of the Impacts of.
Roberts, S. () Reflections from the Periphery: An analysis of Small tourism Businesses within the Sustainability Discourse In: New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism. New York: Routledge, pp. Referred Journal articles: Roberts, S. () Assessing the potential of diaspora tourism: A conceptual approach.
Belize Sees Big Tourism Rebound. After a sluggish peak tourist season, things were looking grim for tourism growth in Belize. But a strong summer season put. New perspectives in Caribbean tourism (English) In: International Journal of Tourism Policy, Vol. 2, p. Article, book review (Refereed) Published Place, publisher, year, edition, pages Vol.
2, p. Identifiers. In New perspectives in Caribbean tourism () Ed. by Chambers & Roberts was an up to date review of the challenges currently facing the tourism industry in the Caribbean.New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism. Routledge Advances in Tourism Series.
New York: Routledge, xii + pp. ISBN Reviewed by Evan Ward Published on H-Travel (February, ) Commissioned by Patrick R. Young (University of Massachusetts-Lowell) Scholars with past and present aﬃliations.Book Review: New Perspectives in Caribbean Tourism by Marcella Daye, Donna Chambers and Sherma Rober January International Journal of Tourism Policy Patrick Jean-Noel L'Espoir DecostaAuthor: Rie Usui.