INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TOURISM RESEARCH: Special Issue: Consumer Behaviour in Tourism Symposium 2010
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This special supplement of the International Journal of Tourism Research contains a collection of papers presented at the Consumer Behaviour in Tourism Symposium 2010 (CBTS 2010), which was organized by the Competence Centre in Tourism Management and Tourism Economics (TOMTE) of the Free University of Bozen‐Bolzano, Italy. Founded in 2008, TOMTE initiates, organizes, promotes and conducts research in the areas of tourism management and marketing, tourism economics and related areas relevant for the tourism sector, including evaluations of the impact of new economic, societal and technological developments on the tourism industries and of tourism on regional economies and societies. The third annual Consumer Behaviour in Tourism Symposium (CBTS2010) took place in December 2010 and was co‐chaired by Serena Volo and Oswin Maurer. Altogether TOMTE hosted 80 tourism management and tourism economics scholars from all over the world fostering scientific exchange among researchers and practitioners working in the field of tourism marketing, tourism management, and tourism economics. Of the more than 60 papers presented at the event, 11 were considered for inclusion into this special issue. Based on scientific quality, relevance and rigor, enforced by a double‐blind review process, three papers were selected and are published herein. The three papers offer a representative collection of the large array of research presented at the event.
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Brida, JG; Disegna, M; Osti, L (University of the Aegean, 2014)The purpose of this paper is to explore residents' perceptions of tourism impacts and how they affect attitudes towards local tourism policies. Particular attention is paid to the analysis of community attachment and ...
Gon M; Osti L; Pechlaner H (2016)Purpose: The paper analyses how leisure boat tourism impacts are perceive by local communities in coastal areas. For this purpose a review of the literature on nautical and leisure boat tourism, together with residents’ ...
Successful integration of slow and sustainable tourism: A case study of food tourism in the alpine region of Algovia, Germany Sidali KL; de Obeso M (Routledge, 2017)This chapter presents a case study of food tourism by examining the production of Emmentaler cheese in the Algovian mountain region of Germany. The chapter proceeds by linking food tourism to slow food and tourism, discussing ...