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by Peter Hosie,Christof Pforr

eBook Crisis Management in the Tourism Industry: Beating the Odds? (New Directions in Tourism Analysis) download ISBN: 0754673804
Author: Peter Hosie,Christof Pforr
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (March 28, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 268
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An important challenge facing tourism is the anticipation of the threat of crises precipitated by natural and people-made catastrophes .

An important challenge facing tourism is the anticipation of the threat of crises precipitated by natural and people-made catastrophes, and being adequately prepared for them. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

New Directions in Tourism Analysis. Although tourism is becoming increasingly popular as both a taught subject and an area for empirical investigation, the theoretical underpinnings of many approaches have tended to be eclectic and somewhat underdeveloped. However, recent developments indicate that the field of tourism studies is beginning to develop in a more theoretically informed manner, but this has not yet been matched by current publications.

Christof Pforr, Curtin University of Technology, Australia and Peter Hosie, University of Wollongong in Dubai, UA.

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An important challenge facing tourism is the anticipation of the threat of crises precipitated by natural and people-made catastrophes, and being adequately prepared for them. Despite an increase in research on this issue there is still a considerable lack of clarity on the impacts of crises on the tourism industry. Illustrated by a range of international case studies, this book provides a systematic and conceptual approach to questions such as how tourism businesses prepare for and react to crisis, which measures are taken and what impact they have, and which strategies can be employed to overcome them. By discussing, analyzing and synthesizing the literature on crisis management, the authors question how business can become more proactive in preparing and dealing with crises in the tourism industry.