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International perspectives of festivals and events : paradigms of analysis

Publisher: Oxford : Elsevier Science, ©2009.
Series: Advances in tourism research series
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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International Perspectives of Festivals and Events addresses contemporary issues concerning the potential of festivals and events to produce economic, social, cultural and community benefits. Incorporating a range of international perspectives, the book provides the reader with a global look at current trends and topics, which have until now, been underrepresented by current literature. International Perspectives of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Case studies
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9780080451008 0080451004
OCLC Number: 731721314
Notes: 1st edition 2008--T.p. verso.
Description: 1 online resource (Online-Datei.).
Contents: Part one: Destination, image and development: 1. Using major events to promote peripheral urban areas: Deptford and the 2007 Tour de France; 2. Weymouth's once in a lifetime opportunity; 3. Tourism and the Hans Christian Andersen bicentenary event in Denmark; 4. Establishing Singapore as the events and entertainment capital of Asia: Strategic brand diversification; 5. The South Korean Hotel Sector's perspectives on the 'pre' and 'post-event' impacts of the co-hosted 2002 Football World Cup. Part two: Community and Identity: 6. Indigenous Australia and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games: Mediated messages of respect and reconciliation; 7. How festivals nurture resilience in regional communities; 8. The Buon Ma Thuot coffee festival, Vietnam: Opportunity for Tourism?; 9. Tasting Australia: A celebration of cultural identity or an international event?; 10. Festivals and tourism in rural economies. Part three: Audience and Participant Experience: 11. Commemorative events: sacrifice, identity and dissonance; 12. Running commentary: Participant experiences at international distance running events; 13. Elite sports tours: special events with special challenges; 14. The British pop music festival phenomenon. Part four: Managing the Event: 15. A model for analyzing the development of public events; 16. Human resources in the business events industry; 17. Measuring the impact of micro-events on local communities: A role for web-based approaches; 18. Post-modern heritage, chivalry, park and ride: Le Tour comes to Canterbury; 19. Towards safer special events: A structured approach to counter the terrorism threat. Using major events to promote peripheral urban areas : Deptford and the 2007 Tour de France / Andrew Smith --
Weymouth's once in a lifetime opportunity / Deborah Sadd --
Tourism and the Hans Christian Andersen bicentenary event in Denmark / Janne J. Liburd --
Establishing Singapore as the events and entertainment capital of Asia : strategic brand diversification / M. Foley, G. McPherson and D. McGillivray --
The South Korean Hotel Sector's perspectives on the 'pre-' and 'post-event' impacts of the co-hosted 2002 Football World Cup / Misuk Byeon, Neil Carr and C. Michael Hall --
Indigenous Australia and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games : mediated messages of respect and reconciliation / Leanne White --
How festivals nurture resilience in regional communities / Ros Derrett --
The Buon Ma Thuot coffee festival, Vietnam : opportunity for tourism? / Lee Jolliffe, Huong Thanh Bui and Hang Thy Ngyuen --
Tasting Australia : a celebration of cultural identity or an international event? / Graham Brown and Shirley Chappel --
Festivals and tourism in rural economies / Emma H. Wood and Rhodri Thomas --
Commemorative events : sacrifice, identity and dissonance / Warwick Frost, Fiona Wheeler and Matthew Harvey --
Running commentary : participant experiences at international distance running events / Richard Shipway and Ian Jones --
Elite sports tours : special events with special challenges / Michael Morgan and Richard Wright --
The British pop music festival phenomenon / Chris Stone --
A model for analysing the development of public events / Jörgen Elbe --
Human resources in the business events industry / Krzysztof Celuch and Rob Davidson --
Measuring the impact of micro-events on local communities : a role for web-based approaches / Geoff Dickson and Simon Milne --
Post-modern heritage, chivalry, park and ride : Le Tour comes to Canterbury / J. Lovell --
Towards safer special events : a structured approach to counter the terrorism threat / Alexandros Paraskevas.
Series Title: Advances in tourism research series
Responsibility: edited by Jane Ali-Knight [und weitere].

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