This paper outlines an integrative framework for urban tourism and illustrates applications with reference to selected aspects of the literature. The framework emphasizes the identification of subject cells within a matrix defined in terms of scale (site, district, city-wide, regional, national, and international) and themes (demand, supply, development, and impacts).
This paper outlines an integrative framework for urban tourism and illustrates applications with reference to selected aspects of the literature. The framework emphasizes the identification of subject cells within a matrix defined in terms of scale (site, district, citywide, regional, national, and international) and themes (demand, supply, development, and impacts).Pearce, D., “An Integrative Framework for Urban Tourism Research”, Annals of Tourism Research, 28: 926-946. 2001.The meanings of the spatial framework construction for urban tourism study are to make clear how urban tourism studies vary with the changes of dimensions of time and space. This is a meaningful discussion because it will bring great changes to the using of literatures, the opening of research perspectives on urban tourism and the upgrading of theories, so as to create a new stage for urban.
Integrative research on the urban tourism space plays a very important role in the success of urban tourism development. On the base of recent research outcomes, this paper analyzes an integrative framework for urban tourism research, and makes preliminary research on urban tourism space from the points which are urban tourism general space, urban tourism functional space, urban tourism nodal.
In this paper, we propose as a heuristic, an integrative framework of nested contexts to guide both research and action. The framework integrates the range of factors influencing doctoral student experience, so that we can envision responding to this issue in a coherent and effective fashion.
Urban tourism has become a significant phenomenon of tourism over the last decade. the importance of urban tourism has grown mainly due to the development of transport and information technologies. rapid advancement of low cost airlines and reduction of administrative barriers owing to the expansion of the schengen area caused not only the development of a number of urban destinations.
Abstract A growing body of research is focusing on tourism in urban destinations. However, there has been no research examining the impact of hotel location on subsequent tourist behaviour. This article fills this gap both theoretically and empirically, through an analysis of the time-space activity of tourists staying at four hotels in different areas of Hong Kong.
This paper is concerned with the development of urban tourism in the area of Greater Athens. Porter’s “competitive advantage” theory presents the elements which determine the success of an industry in an interactive environment where competition acts as the engine of growth. The paper presents the basic aspects of the development of tourism in Greece and in the area of Athens together.
Urban tourism refers to the consumption of city spectacles (such as architecture, monuments, and parks) and cultural amenities (such as museums, restaurants, and performances) by visitors. Studying urban tourism requires taking seriously leisure activities and transient populations, features of the city that much of past urban theory declines to address.
Understanding Urban Tourism: researching culture and experience Martin Selby Faculty of Education, Community and Leisure, Liverpool John Moores University, ABSTRACT Although the formidable growth of urban tourism around the world is well documented, it is widely acknowledged (see Page, 1995; Ashworth, 1989) that research focusing on the.
Abstract. This paper is concerned with the development of urban tourism in the area of Greater Athens. Porter’s “competitive advantage” theory presents the elements which determine the success of an industry in an interactive environment where competition acts as the engine of growth.
This paper aims to identify four areas in need of future research to enhance the theoretical understanding of scenario planning (SP), and sets the basis for future empirical examination of its effects on individual and organizational level outcomes.,This paper organizes existing contributions on SP within a new consolidating framework that includes antecedents, processes and outcomes.
Mauritius, a small island developing state (SIDS), has an approved government-issued smart city framework geared at facilitating the development of smart cities through an application of Internet of things. In an attempt to move away from privately-operated urban developments in the form of newly built smart cities, an alternate framework has been proposed by Allam and Newman to redefine this.
Rome: An Urban Tourism Experience Table of Contents 3 An Introduction to Urban Tourism 4 1 Research Questions 5 2. Literature Review 5 2.1 Urban Tourism 5 2.2 Rome 6 2.3 The Coliseum 7 2.4 The Sistine Chapel 8 3.5 Poverty in Rome 9 3. Methodology 9 3.1 Data 10 3.2 Data Analysis 11 3.3 Limitations 11 4. Results and Discussion 11 4.1 Field Research Narrative 12 5.
Urban tourism as a research focus As a result of global economic restructuring and the decline of traditional manufacturing activities in many cities of the developed world, over the past two decades many urban governments have turned to tourism as one element of strategies for economic regeneration and local economic development (Law, 1996; Beauregard, 1998; Telfer, 2002).
Urban tourism increasingly generates images of heritage and identify that are consumed as much by residents as by visitors. The cities where the tourism infrastructure and marketing are largely build up. (Chambers, 1997) 2.1 Impacts of Urban Tourism:-According to Law (2002) now a day, the urban tourism is growing rapidly in every country of the.
Tourism Management is the leading international journal for all those concerned with the management, including planning, of travel and tourism. Tourism comprises a multitude of activities which together form one of the world's fastest growing international sectors. The journal takes an interdisciplinary approach and includes planning and policy aspects of international, national and regional.