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by Warwick Frost,C. Michael Hall

Author: Warwick Frost,C. Michael Hall
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (April 30, 2009)
Pages: 376 pages
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In 1872 Yellowstone was established as a National Park

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. In 1872 Yellowstone was established as a National Park. The name caught the public’s imagination and by the close of the century.

Warwick Frost, C. Michael Hall. The volume’s focus on the long standing connection between tourism and national parks; and the changing concept of national parks over time and space give the book a distinct niche in the national parks and tourism literature

Warwick Frost, C. The volume’s focus on the long standing connection between tourism and national parks; and the changing concept of national parks over time and space give the book a distinct niche in the national parks and tourism literature. The volume is expected to contribute not only to tourism and national park studies at the upper level undergraduate and graduate levels but also to courses in international and comparative environmental history, conservation studies, and outdoor recreation management.

Warwick Frost C. Michael Hall21 de agosto de 2012. Approaches to tourism and visitor management have varied. Some have stripped their parks of signs of human settlement, while increasingly others are blending natural and cultural heritage, and reflecting national identities.

How we measure 'reads'. The development of touristic activity in the islands of National Park involves creating on the territories of the recreational zone a number of economic facilities and service centers for visitors.

Warwick Frost is Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Heritage at Monash University . 3. Tourism and National Parks. Frost, warwick ; hall, C. michael.

Warwick Frost is Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Heritage at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Michael Hall is a Professor in the Department of Management, University of Canterbury, New Zealand and Docent in the Department of Geography, Oulu University Finland. Published by Routledge (2009).

Tourism and National Parks book. Tourism has also been a fundamental component of the national parks concept from the beginning and predates ecological justifications for national park establishment though it has been closely related to landscape conservation rationales at the outset. Taking a global comparative approach, this book examines how and why national parks have spread and evolved, how they have been fashioned and used, and the integral role of tourism within national parks. August 21, 2012 by Routledge Reference - 376 Pages - 23 B/W Illustrations ISBN 9780203884201 - CAT YE10918 Series: Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility. 6 Month Rental - £2. 0. 12 Month Rental - £2.

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Warwick Frost and C. Michael Hall – National Parks and National Identity and Tourism, Stephen R. Mark and C. Michael Hall – John Muir and William Gladstone Steel: Activists and the establishment of Yosemite and Crater Lake National Parks, C. Michael Hall and Warwick Frost – Th. . Michael Hall and Warwick Frost – The Future of the National Park Concept.

In 1872 Yellowstone was established as a National Park. The name caught the public’s imagination and by the close of the century, other National Parks had been declared, not only in the USA, but also in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. Yet as it has spread, the concept has evolved and diversified. In the absence of any international controlling body, individual countries have been free to adapt the concept for their own physical, social and economic environments. Some have established national parks to protect scenery, others to protect ecosystems or wildlife. Tourism has also been a fundamental component of the national parks concept from the beginning and predates ecological justifications for national park establishment though it has been closely related to landscape conservation rationales at the outset.

Approaches to tourism and visitor management have varied. Some have stripped their parks of signs of human settlement, while increasingly others are blending natural and cultural heritage, and reflecting national identities. This edited volume explores in detail, the origins and multiple meanings of National Parks and their relationship to tourism in a variety of national contexts. It consists of a series of introductory overview chapters followed by case study chapters from around the world including insights from the US, Canada, Australia, UK, Spain, France, Sweden, Indonesia, China and Southern Africa.

Taking a global comparative approach, this book examines how and why national parks have spread and evolved, how they have been fashioned and used, and the integral role of tourism within national parks. The volume’s focus on the long standing connection between tourism and national parks; and the changing concept of national parks over time and space give the book a distinct niche in the national parks and tourism literature. The volume is expected to contribute not only to tourism and national park studies at the upper level undergraduate and graduate levels but also to courses in international and comparative environmental history, conservation studies, and outdoor recreation management.