The Tourism Area Life Cycle, Volume 1
Channel View Publications, 2006 - Business & Economics - 385 pages
Examining the tourism area life cycle (TALC) system in depth, this book is divided into four sections: the foundations of the TALC, the TALC in heritage settings, local involvement and the TALC and rejuvenation. It subsequently concludes with a discussion on the TALC model in relation to sustainability.
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Evolution of Tourism Areas and the Tourism Industry
Implementation of the TALC
The TALC in Heritage Settings
A Refoundation of the TALC for Heritage Cities
The TALC and Heritage Sites
The TALC and Local Involvement
Shoring the Foundations of the TALC in Tropical
Residents Perceptions of Tourism Development Over
The TALC Model and Politics
The TALC and Rejuvenation
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