- Holloway, J. Christopher.
- Humphreys, Claire
- Davidson, Rob.
- Financial Times Prentice Hall,
- 0273717103 (pbk.) :
- 9780273717102 (pbk.) :
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- Previous ed.: 2006.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- PART I: DEFINING AND ANALYSING TOURISM AND ITS IMPACTS 1. An introduction to tourism 2. The development and growth of tourism to the mid 20th century 3. The era of popular tourism: 1950 to the twenty-first century 4. The demand for tourism 5. The economic impact of tourism 6. The socio-cultural impact of tourism 7. The environmental impact of tourism PART II: THE TRAVEL AND TOURISM PRODUCT 8. The structure and organisation of the travel and tourism industry 9. Tourist destinations 10.Visitor attractions 11. Business tourism 12. The hospitality sector: accommodation and catering services 13. Tourist transport by air 14. Tourist transport by water 15. Tourist transport on land PART III: INTERMEDIARIES IN THE PROVISION OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM 16. Visitor management 17. The structure and role of the public sector in tourism 18. Tour operating 19. Selling and distributing travel 20. Ancillary tourism services PART IV: CASE STUDIES Case 1: The activities of a travel management company - HRG Case 2: Brunel's SS Great Britain - conservation and interpretation - a potential conflict? Case 3: Marketing Belgrade as a conference destination Case 4: Eurostar's move to St Pancras station and its impact on cross-channel traffic Case 5: The pressure of visitors to Cambridge, England Case 6: Business tourism in Tanzania Case 7: Women managers in UK travel and tourism - a case of a glass ceiling? Case 8: Sustainable tourism in the townships, South Africa Case 9: Bournemouth's artificial surfing reef Case 10: A new Russian window to the West - the province of Kaliningrad
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