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Arctic tourism experiences [online] : production, consumption and sustainability / edited by Young-Sook Lee, David B. Weaver, Nina K. Prebensen

Contributor(s): LEE, Young-Sook [ed.] | WEAVER David B [ed.] | PREBENSEN, Nina K [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wallingford : CABI, 2017Description: 1 resursă online (xiv, 202 p.).ISBN: 9781780648620 (print); 9781780648637.Subject(s): | DE-Geografie | turism | cărți străine | cărți electroniceOnline resources: Acces la textul integral numai din Intranet sau contul de acces mobil
Contents:
Arctic destinations and attractions as evolving peripheral settings for the production and consumption of peak tourism experiences Experiencing the Arctic in the past: French visitors to Finnmark in the late 1700s and early 1800s Roles of adventure guides in balancing perceptions of risk and safety The central role of identity in the Arctic periphery Tourists and narration in the Arctic: the changing experience of museums World Heritage list = tourism attractiveness? Degrees of peripherality in the production and consumption of leisure tourism in Greenland Northern lights experiences in the Arctic dark: old imaginaries and new tourism narratives Exploring the extreme Iditarod trail in Alaska The Arctic tourism experience from an evolving Chinese perspective Tourists' interpretations of a 'Feelgood in Lapland' holiday - a case study Negotiating Sami place and identity: do Scottish traditions help Sami to be more Sami? Emergence of experience production systems for mass tourism participation in peripheral regions: evidence from Arctic Scandinavia Factors of peripherality: whale watching in northern Norway Responsible fishing tourism in the Arctic Long way up: powered two-wheeled journeys in northern peripheries Experiences of marine adventurers in the Canadian Arctic Arctic tourism in Russia: attractions, experiences, challenges and potentials Tourism experiences in post-Soviet Arctic borderlands Arctic tourism experiences: opportunities, challenges and future research directions for a changing periphery
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Arctic destinations and attractions as evolving peripheral settings for the production and consumption of peak tourism experiences Experiencing the Arctic in the past: French visitors to Finnmark in the late 1700s and early 1800s Roles of adventure guides in balancing perceptions of risk and safety The central role of identity in the Arctic periphery Tourists and narration in the Arctic: the changing experience of museums World Heritage list = tourism attractiveness? Degrees of peripherality in the production and consumption of leisure tourism in Greenland Northern lights experiences in the Arctic dark: old imaginaries and new tourism narratives Exploring the extreme Iditarod trail in Alaska The Arctic tourism experience from an evolving Chinese perspective Tourists' interpretations of a 'Feelgood in Lapland' holiday - a case study Negotiating Sami place and identity: do Scottish traditions help Sami to be more Sami? Emergence of experience production systems for mass tourism participation in peripheral regions: evidence from Arctic Scandinavia Factors of peripherality: whale watching in northern Norway Responsible fishing tourism in the Arctic Long way up: powered two-wheeled journeys in northern peripheries Experiences of marine adventurers in the Canadian Arctic Arctic tourism in Russia: attractions, experiences, challenges and potentials Tourism experiences in post-Soviet Arctic borderlands Arctic tourism experiences: opportunities, challenges and future research directions for a changing periphery

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