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How will the travel and tourism industry respond to the terrorist attacks on America?
The recent terrorist attacks in the United States and their repercussions for the travel and leisure industries have focused more attention on tourism safety and security issues than ever before. The impact on tourism destinations and businesses, as well as on traveler behavior, will be significant. Recent events require further analysis not only of how travel safety may be improved but also how security issues may be seen in terms of tourism marketing and management so that the industry is able to better respond to such challenges.
In this, an era of turbulent global relationships, the need for destination marketing organizations to demonstrate that they are safe for tourists has become increasingly important. Negative publicity, often unrelated to on-the-ground reality, may also serve to affect tourist perceptions.
Safety and Security in Tourism: Relationships, Management, and Marketing examines:
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Colin Michael Hall is PhD from the University of Western Australia and previous positions at the University of Canberra, University of New England, Massey University and the University of Otago. Currently co-editor of Current Issues in Tourism and Professor, University of Canterbury; Docent, University of Oulu; Visiting Professor, Linnaeus University; and Senior Research Fellow, University of Johannesburg.
Dallen J. Timothy is Professor of Community Resources and Development and Senior Sustainability Scientist at Arizona State University, USA. His main research areas are trails, heritage, geopolitics and globalization processes.
"This book DELIVERS INCISIVE COMMENTARY by a range of scholars from all over the world, highlighting vulnerability of tourism sector. -- Simon Hudson, PhD, Associate Professor, Tourism Management, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada
TOPICAL AND COMPREHENSIVE. . . . The roles of industry sectors are explored, including travel agents, restaurants, small enterprises, and destination marketing organizations. -- Brian King, PhD, Professor and Head, School of Hospitality, Tourism & Marketing, Victoria University, Australia
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