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Tourism Planning and Policy

  • ID: 2242037
  • Book
  • December 2006
  • Region: Global
  • 486 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Informed tourism policies and plans require a critical appreciation of the historically complex and dynamic contexts in which public policy is developed and implemented, and of the impacts of public policy. The principle aim of Tourism Planning and Policy is to raise students′ and practitioners′ knowledge of tourism planning and policy–making and help develop their skills in analysing policy and planning processes and outcomes in diverse settings. A second aim of the book is to give practical insights and understandings that students will be able to apply in a range of careers in the private sector or the public service. This text forms a valuable addition to the Wiley Australia Tourism Series.

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∗ Introduction to Tourism policy & planning –

Dianne Dredge & John Jenkins

∗ The state, institutions and actors –

Dianne Dredge

∗ Historical development –

Dianne Dredge & John Jenkins

Trends, Perspectives and Practice –

John Jenkins

∗ Policy Instruments, Implementation and Evaluation –

Dianne Dredge

∗ Tourism Policy and Planning Processes –

Dianne Dredge & Meredith Lawrence

∗ National Tourism Policy and Planning –

John Jenkins

∗ Regional Tourism Policy & Planning –

Christof Pforr

∗ Local Destination Planning & Policy –

Dianne Dredge

∗ Protected Lands –

James Higham & Harry Maher

∗ Protected Marine Areas –

Carl Cater & Erlet Cater

∗ Indigenous Tourism –

Heather Zeppell

∗ Conclusion: Challenges and Issues –

Dianne Dredge & John Jenkins
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Diane Dredge
John Jenkins
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