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Royal tourism : excursions around monarchy

Author: Phil Long; Nicola J Palmer
Publisher: Bristol : Channel View Publications, 2007.
Series: Tourism and cultural change, 14.
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The relationships between tourism and royalty have received little coverage in the tourism literature. Tourism has also received limited attention in historical studies of royalty. This book breaks  Read more...


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Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Phil Long; Nicola J Palmer
ISBN: 9781845413552 1845413555
OCLC Number: 999622138
Description: 1 online resource (256 pages).
Contents: <P>Introduction --
Philip Long <br /> 1. The Construction of the Past and the Origins of Royal Tourism in Nineteenth Century Britain --
John Baxendale <br /> 2. The History and Development of Royal Tourism in Scotland: Balmoral, the Ultimate Holiday Home? --
Richard W. Butler <br /> 3. Imprinting the Crown on Irish Holiday-ground: Marking and Marketing the Duke of York Route, 1897 --
K. J. James <br /> 4. Franco and the Spanish Monarchy: A Discourse Analysis of the Tourist Guides Published by the Patriminio Nacional (1959-1987) --
Bart Maddens and Kristine Vanden Berghe <br /> 5. Eternally Will Austria Stand: Imperial Tourism in Austria between Timeless Predisposition and Political Statement --
Oliver Haid <br /> 6. Colonisation and "Taking the Waters" in the 19th Century: The Patronage of Royalty in Health Resorts of Opatija, Habsburg Empire and Rotorua, New Zealand --
Sanda Corak and Irena Ateljevic <br /> 7. Morbid Tourism: The Case of Diana, Princess of Wales and Althorp House --
Thomas Blom <br /> 8. By Royal Association: British Monarchy as a Place Representation Tool --
Nicola J. Palmer <br /> 9. Who's King of Monmouthshire's Castles? Using Royal Heritage in Tourism Businesses to Develop a Sense of Place --
Claire Haven-Tang and Eleri Jones <br /> 10. "Just Like Our Family": Royalty, National Identity, and Tourism --
Catherine Palmer <br /> 11. Monarchy, Citizenship, and Tourism --
Heather Piper and Dean Garratt <br /> 12. International Royal Tourist Expectations, Experiences and Reflections on Royal Encounters: A Demand-side Perspective --
Nicola J. Palmer <br /> Conclusions --
Philip Long and Nicola Palmer</p>
Series Title: Tourism and cultural change, 14.
Responsibility: edited by Philip Long and Nicola J. Palmer.


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