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New Issues in Polar Tourism Communities, Environments, Politics

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By: Dieter K Müller(Editor), Linda Lundmark(Editor), Raynald Harvey Lemelin(Editor)
224 pages, 10 colour & 6 b/w illustrations, 9 tables
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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New Issues in Polar Tourism traces and analyzes a decade of growing interest in the polar regions, and the consequent challenges and opportunities of increasing tourist traffic in formerly remote and seldom-visited places. New Issues in Polar Tourism arises from the recently-formed International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN), and documents the outcomes of its 2010 conference, held at Sweden s Abisko Scientific Research Station.

Contents

1. Introduction: New Issues in Polar Tourism Dieter K. Muller, Linda Lundmark & Raynald H. Lemelin
2. Looking Back, Venturing Forward: Challenges For Academia, Community and Industry in Polar Tourism Research Patrick T. Maher
3. What is Arctic Tourism, and Who Should Define It? Arvid Viken
4. Narrative Frameworks of Consideration: Horizontal and Vertical Approaches to Conceptualising the Sub-Antarctic Eric J. Shelton
5. Reaching Consensus on Antarctic Tourism Regulation Kees Bastmeijer & Machiel Lamers
6. The Effectiveness of Environmental Impact Assessments on Visitor Activity in the Ross Sea Region of Antarctica Tanya A. O'Neill, Megan R. Balks & Jeronimo Lopez-Martinez
7. German Tourism Activities in the Antarctic Area - A Governmental Perspective Manuela Krakau & Heike Herata
8. The Wild North - Network Cooperation for Sustainable Tourism in a Fragile Marine Environment in the Arctic Region Sandra Magdalena Granquist & Per Ake Nilsson
9. Tourism Resolving Crisis? Exploring Tourism Development in Iceland in the Wake of Economic RecessionGunnar Thor Johannesson & Edward H. Huijbens
10. A (Ski) Trip into the Future - Climate Change and Winter Tourism in Polar Sweden in 2040 Patrick Brouder & Linda Lundmark
11. Conflicting Discourses in Tourism Development - A Case of Kilpisjarvi Village, Finnish Lapland Tuukka Makitie & Anna-Liisa Ylisirnio
12. Will 'Free Entry into the Forest' Remain? Argumentation Analysis of Finnish and Swedish Discussions on Everyman's Rights Seija Tuulentie & Outi Rantala
13. National Parks for Tourism Development in Sub-Arctic Areas - Curse or Blessing? The Case of a Proposed National Park in Northern Sweden Dieter K. Muller
14. Indigenous People: Discussing the Forgotten Dimension of Dark Tourism and Battlefield Tourism Raynald H. Lemelin, Anna Thompson-Carr, Margaret Johnston, Emma Stewart & Jackie Dawson
15. New Issues in Polar Tourism: Conclusion Linda Lundmark, Raynald H. Lemelin & Dieter K. Muller

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By: Dieter K Müller(Editor), Linda Lundmark(Editor), Raynald Harvey Lemelin(Editor)
224 pages, 10 colour & 6 b/w illustrations, 9 tables
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