Trends in Outdoor Recreation, Leisure, and Tourism

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William C. Gartner, David W. Lime
CABI, 2000 - Travel - 496 pages
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This book focuses on the issues and trends in outdoor, 'nature-based' recreation, leisure and tourism and explores the implications for public policy, planning, management and marketing. It is intended as supplementary reading for advanced students and is a useful reference tool.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Gender
17
Demographics
29
Social Evolution
37
Technology
47
Cultural Dimensions
63
Current SituationSupply
75
Policy
91
Planning to Provide Community and Visitor Benefits from Public Lands
197
Determining How Valuable the Resources
213
New Developments in Measuring Tourism as an Area of Economic Activity
225
Trends in Tourism Economic Impact Estimation Methods
235
Emerging New Concepts and Methodology
245
Impacts
257
Assessing Social Impacts of Resourcebased Recreation and Tourism
265
Global
277

Trends and Implications of Tourism Policy in Developing Countries
103
Trends in Recreation Tourism and Protected Area Planning
111
History and Trends in Outdoor Recreation Research
121
Activity
133
Trends in Hunting Participation and Implications for Management of Game
145
Trends in Casinos and Tourism for the 21st Century
155
Closing the Gap between Health Care and Tourism
165
Life Cycle and Saturation Issues
175
Styles
187
Globalization and Tourism
287
Community Tourism Development
309
Distribution
325
Conflict
347
Partnerships
365
Professionals
383
Conclusion
403
Index
455
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