Tourism, crime, and international security issues
In the last three decades tourism, the world's largest and fastest growing industry, has been constantly plagued by acts of crime and violence intentionally conducted against innocent tourists. This is the first authoritative book to analyse the relationship between tourism development, crime and international security issues. Written by an international collection of authors, the book combines theoretical models, case studies and the most up-to-date research from around the world.
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Theoretical aspects of crime as they impact the tourism industry
The deviant tourist and the crimogenic place the case of the tourist
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airport Annals of Tourism attitudes Bangkok Post Bar-On behavior Cairns cent Chiapas Columbia River Gorge conflict countries crime rates crimes against tourists criminal activity Croatia Cyprus decline deviancy economic effects Egypt example factors Figure Fiji Florida Gold Coast groups growth guest impact inbound tourist flows increased international tourism island Israel Journal of Travel Kyrenia major Mansfeld Middle East motels negative Nicosia Northern Ireland number of tourists Offenses Pacific perceptions Pizam planning police political instability population Port Moresby potential problem promotion prostitution region reported Republic Republic of Ireland residents result safety sector significant situation Slovenia social South Africa statistics strategies Sunshine Coast Tapachula terrorism terrorist attacks Thai tour tourism demand tourism development Tourism in Cyprus tourism industry Tourism Management Tourism Research tourist arrivals tourist destinations tourist nights tourists visiting trend Turkish urban Vanuatu victims visitors