By D. Harrison,R. Sharpley
By D. Harrison,R. Sharpley
By Claire Colomb,Johannes Novy
Across the globe, from tested vacationer locations resembling Venice or Prague to much less conventional locations in either the worldwide North and South, there's mounting proof that issues to an expanding politicization of the subject of city tourism. In a few towns, citizens and different stakeholders take factor with the expansion of tourism as such, in addition to the unfavorable affects it has on their towns; whereas in others, specific kinds and results of tourism are contested or deplored. in different settings, contestations revolve much less round tourism itself than round broader techniques, rules and forces of city swap seemed to threaten definitely the right to ‘stay put’, the standard of existence or id of latest city populations.
This publication for the 1st time appears to be like at city tourism as a resource of competition and dispute and analyses what kind of conflicts and contestations have emerged round city tourism in sixteen towns throughout Europe, North the USA, South the US and Asia. It explores a number of the ways that group teams, citizens and different actors have replied to – and challenged – tourism improvement in a global and multi-disciplinary point of view. The identify hyperlinks the mostly discrete but interconnected disciplines of ‘urban reports’ and ‘tourism stories’ and attracts on ways and debates from city sociology; city coverage and politics; city geography; city anthropology; cultural reviews; city layout and making plans; tourism reports and tourism administration.
This flooring breaking quantity bargains new perception into the conflicts and struggles generated through city tourism and may be of curiosity to scholars, researchers and lecturers from the fields of tourism, geography, making plans, city experiences, improvement stories, anthropology, politics and sociology.
By Guillermo Montserrat Mota
By Kevin Hannam,Anya Diekmann
By Lydia Fichtner
Diese Bachelor-Arbeit beschäftigt sich mit der Bedeutung der Freiwilligenarbeit, den Motiven und Motivationen der Volunteers. Anhand literarischer Grundlagen werden die Voraussetzungen für einen erfolgreichen Volunteereinsatz bei Großveranstaltungen herausgestellt. Als Zusammenfassung dieser Arbeit wurde ein Handlungsleitfaden erstellt, der die effektive Planung und enterprise eines Volunteerprogramms skizziert.
2.2 Konkretisierung des Begriffs
2.3Bedeutung der Freiwilligenarbeit
2.4Freiwilligenarbeit in Deutschland
2.4.2Frauen und Männer
2.4.5Migrantinnen und Migranten
3.Motive der Freiwilligenarbeit
3.3Multifunktionalität der Motive
3.4Wandel der rationale in Abhängigkeit des Alters der Engagierten
3.5Motive der Volunteers der UEFA Europameisterschaft 2008
4.1Bedeutung der Motivation für die Arbeit mit Freiwilligen
4.3 Die Umsetzung der Motivationstheorien bei Mega-Events
5.Organisation und Schulung
5.1Planung und Organisationsstruktur
5.2Schulung und Teambuilding
5.2.1Schulung der Volunteers der FIFA Weltmeisterschaft 2006
By Glenn Withiam
By Les M. Lumsdon,Stephen J. Page
By Jennifer W. Dickey
More than seventy-five years after its booklet, Gone with the Wind is still completely embedded in American tradition. Margaret Mitchell’s novel and the movie produced via David O. Selznick have melded with the wider forces of southern historical past, southern mythology, and advertising to turn into, and stay, a cultural phenomenon.
A tricky Little Patch of History (the word was once coined by way of a journalist in 1996 to explain the Margaret Mitchell domestic after it was once spared from destruction by way of fireplace) explores how Gone with the Wind has remained an incredible portion of public reminiscence in Atlanta via an research of museums and old websites that target this recognized paintings of fiction. Jennifer W. Dickey explores how the publication and picture threw a focus on Atlanta, which stumbled on itself at the same time awarded as a logo of either the previous South and the hot South. Exhibitions produced by means of the Atlanta background middle with regards to Gone with the Wind are explored, in addition to within reach Clayton County’s declare to popularity as “the domestic of Gone with the Wind,” a moniker bestowed at the county by means of Margaret Mitchell’s property in 1969. There’s a recounting of the saga of “the Dump,” the tiny residence in midtown Atlanta the place Margaret Mitchell wrote the ebook, and the way this position turned a logo for all that was once correct and all that used to be unsuitable with Mitchell’s writing.
By Lucie K. Morisset,Bruno Sarrasin,Guillaume Éthier
By Anya Diekmann,Melanie Kay Smith
This ebook specializes in ethnic and minority groups in city contexts and the ways that their cultures are represented in tourism improvement. It deals a multi-disciplinary method which pulls on examples and case stories of ethnic and minority groups and cultural tourism improvement from everywhere in the global, together with slums in India, favelas in Brazil, Chinatowns in Australia, Jewish quarters in valuable and jap Europe, ethnic villages in China, the African district of Brussels, the homosexual region in Cape city and a wilderness city in Israel. It deals a favorable point of view on ethnic and minority cultures and groups at a time whilst social and political aid is missing in lots of nations. This publication can be an invaluable source for these learning and getting to know cultural and concrete tourism, city making plans and improvement, neighborhood reviews and concrete and cultural geography.