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Quality Tourism Experiences

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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Gayle Jennings and Norma Polovitz Nickerson
    PublisherELSEVIER
    ISBN9780750678117
    Pages276
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJuly 2011

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    ELSEVIER Quality Tourism Experiences by Gayle Jennings and Norma Polovitz Nickerson

    The theme of the edited book acknowledges the multiple meanings of quality tourism experiences, the diverse contexts in which tourism occurs, and the varied stakeholders associated directly or indirectly with the phenomenon of tourism. "Quality tourism experiences" is a widely used phrase in tourism and tourism-related texts and is associated with a diversity of meanings and usage. Meanings are ascribed by industry/business, government agencies, tourists, community and academics. The phrase is used to argue, for example, for positive social impacts, economic benefits, environmental protection, government policy formulation, discrimination between tourism products as well as issues associated with sustainability. Subsequently, the phrase "quality tourism experiences" is not a nomothetic term but rather one associated with multiple interpretations and meanings. The book"s overarching tenet is that "quality" is a socially constructed term (as are the terms tourism experiences). Authors investigate the role of the mass media, the role of travel providers, the role of host communities, the role of tourists, and the role of "government" at al.