Tourism and Migration: New Relationships between Production and Consumption / Edition 1

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Overview

This book makes an innovative contribution to understanding the relationships between tourism and migration. It explores the many different forms of tourism-migration relationships, paying attention to both the global processes of change and the contingencies of place and space. The book provides an extensive guide to the relevant literature as well as case studies from a diverse range of countries and discusses the significance of the Caribbean, Chinese, and Vietnamese diasporas.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402004544
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 2/28/2002
  • Series: GeoJournal Library Series , #65
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 294
  • Product dimensions: 9.21 (w) x 6.14 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface. 1. Tourism, migration, circulation and mobility: The contingencies of time and place; A.M. Williams, C.M. Hall. 2. Labour mobility and tourism in the post 1989 transition in Hungary; E. Szivas, M. Riley. 3. Flexible labour markets, ethnicity and tourism-related migration in Australia and New Zealand; M. Cooper. 4. The 'Big OE': New Zealanders overseas experiences in Britain; P. Mason. 5. Potential immigrants: the interface between tourism and immigration in Israel; S. Krakover, Y. Karplus. 6. Foreign immigration and tourism development in Spain's Balearic Islands; P.A. Salvà-Tomàs. 7. Tourism and the growth of urban ethnic islands; D. Timothy. 8. The impact of lifestyle migration on rural communities: A case study of Akaroa, New Zealand; J. Fountain, M. Hall. 9. German second home development in Sweden; D. Müller. 10. Second-home ownership: A sustainable semi-migration; T. Flognfeldt. 11. Tourism and the Chinese diaspora; A.A. Lew, A. Wong. 12. Migrant communities and tourism consumption: The case of the Vietnamese in Australia; Nguyen Thu Huong, B. King. 13. Reconceptualising VFR tourism: friends, relatives and migration in a domestic context; S. Boyne, et al. 14. The Return Visit-Return Migration Connection; D.T. Duval. 15. Conclusions: tourism-migration relationships; C.M. Hall, A.M. Williams.

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