Managing Sacred Sites: Service Provision and Visitor Experience

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Cengage Learning EMEA, 2001 - Business & Economics - 206 pages
This illustrated volume with case studies examines the opportunities and problems that arise when running a religious tourist attraction. It covers: conservation of sites, how to classify sacred sites; the nature of the visitors' experience; and the debate about admission charges. This illustrated volume with case studies examines the opportunities and problems that arise when running a religious tourist attraction. It covers: conservation of sites, how to classify sacred sites; the nature of the visitors' experience; and the debate about admission charges.
 

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Contents

Visitor Experience
20
Managing Visitor Impacts
36
Controlling Visitor Flows
55
Managing Marketing and Planning
76
Pilgrimage Festival and Event
101
Cultural Landscapes
124
Political and Social Contexts
140
Secular Sites
155
Reflections
175
Bibliography
193
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Myra Shackley, Nottingham Trent University..

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