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SAGE Handbook of Tourism Management

by Chris Cooper, Serena Volo, William C. Gartner and Noel Scott SAGE Publications Ltd
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The SAGE Handbook of Tourism Management is a critical, state of the art review of tourism management written by leading international thinkers and academics in the field. Volume One focuses on theory, before Volume Two explores the application of theory.

The SAGE Handbook of Tourism Management: Theories, Concepts and Disciplinary Approaches to Tourism
1. An Introduction to The Handbook, Volume 1 - Chris Cooper, Bill Gartner, Noel Scott, and Serena Volo
Part 01: Researching Tourism
2. Qualitative Research and Tourism Studies - Gayle Jennings
3. Quantitative Research Approaches to Tourism - Josef Mazanec
Part 02: Social Analysis
4. Economic Geographies of Tourism: A Critical and Contested Discourse - Keith Debbage
5. Tourism Histories - Kevin James
6. Key Milestones and Changing Directions in the Sociology of Tourism - Scott Cohen and Erik Cohen
7. Psychology of Tourism - Philip Pearce
8. Anthropology of Tourism - Tim Wallace and Valene Smith
9. Tourism Ethics - Valerie Sheppard and David Fennell
10. Network Analysis: Qualitative Methods in Tourism - Rodolfo Baggio
Part 03: Economic Analysis
11. Economics of Tourism - Larry Dwyer
12. Tourism Data Sources: From Official Statistics to Big Data - Serena Volo
13. Analysing and Forecasting Tourism Demand - Haiyan Song, Anyu Liu, and Vera Shanshan Lin
14. Tourism Supply Side Analysis - Tadayuki Hara, Sachiyo Asahi, and Morihiko Kinjo
15. Small Business and Entrepreneurship Research in Tourism: A Review - Rhodri Thomas and Neil Ormerod
16. Tourism Human Resources - Adele Ladkin
17. Service Management - David Solnet and Maria Golubovskaya
Part 04: Technological Analysis
18. Tourism and Surface Transport - Bruce Prideaux
19. Aviation and Tourism - Gui Lohmann and Bojana Spasojevic
20. The Digital Tourism Economy - Miha Bratec
21. Tourism and Knowledge Management - Lisa Ruhanen
22. Business Model Innovation in Tourism - opportunities, challenges and examples - Anne-Mette Hjalager and Einar Lier Madsen
Part 05: Environmental Analysis
23. The Tourism/Environment Relationship - Andrew Holden
24. Tourism Sustainability And Resilience - Richard Butler
25. Climate Change and Tourism - Debbie Hopkins and James Higham
26. Tourism and Biodiversity - Stefan Gossling
27. Protected Natural Areas and Tourism Management - Dave Newsome, Michael Hughes, and Kate Rodger
28. Tourism, Energy, Oil and Water - Jonathon Day
Part 06: Political Analysis
29. Tourism Institutions and Agencies - Haywantee Ramkissoon and Dean Hristov
30. Tourism Policy - John Jenkins
31. Tourism Governance - Lindemberg Medeiros de Araujo and Noel Scott
32. Tourism Planning: Evolution and Trends for the Future - Carlos Costa and Filipa Brand+úo
33. Foreign Direct Investment and Tourism Development: A Theoretical and Empirical Review - Robin Nunkoo and Boopen Seetanah
34. Globalization, Supranationalism and Tourism - Dallen Timothy
The SAGE Handbook of Tourism Management: Applications Of Theories And Concepts to Tourism
35. An Introduction to The Handbook, Volume 2 - Chris Cooper, Bill Gartner, Noel Scott, and Serena Volo
Part 01: Approaching Tourism
36. The Mobilities Paradigm and Tourism Management - Kevin Hannam
37. Critical Turns In Tourism Studies - Irena Ateljevic, Annette Pritchard, Nigel Morgan, Senija Cau+íevic, and Lynn Minnaert
38. Tourism for Poverty Alleviation: Issues and Debates in the Global South - Christian M. Rogerson and Jarkko Saarinen
39. Tourism Gender Studies - Catheryn Khoo-Lattimore and Elaine Chiao Ling Yang
40. Tourism Education and Scholarship - David Airey
41. Human Rights, Disabilities and Social Tourism - Scott McCabe, Anya Diekmann, and Konstantinos I. Kakoudakis
Part 02: Destination Applications
42. Destination Competitiveness - Robertico Croes and Kelly Semrad
43. Destination Management - Alan Fyall and Brian Garrod
44. Emerging Markets in Tourism - Rui Song
45. Destination Marketing Organisations - Steven Pike
46. Tourism Crisis and Safety Management - David Beirman
Part 03: Marketing Applications
47. The Development of Service-Dominant Logic within Tourism Management - Gareth Shaw and Sheela Agarwal
48. Tourism Products and Experiences - Noel Scott and Lihua Gao
49. Tourism Destination Image - Bill Gartner
50. Destination Branding - Simon Hudson and Jing Li
51. Consumer Behaviour in Tourism - Arch Woodside
52. Understanding and Satisfying to Consumer Needs - Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning - Sara Dolnicar
53. Tourism Distribution and Intermediaries - Nevenka Cavlek
54. Critical Developments in Revenue Management and Pricing - Una McMahon-Beattie, Ian Yeoman, and Mairead McEntee
Part 04: Tourism Product Markets
55. Contemporary Perspectives on Visitor Attractions - Anna Leask
56. The Creative Economy, Entertainment and Performance - Greg Richards
57. Hospitality Management - Conrad Lashley
58. Niche Tourism - past, present and future - Marina Novelli
59. The Growth and Developments of Leisure Events and Festival Tourism - Michelle Whitford and Elizabeth Fredline
60. Business Events - Deborah Breiter Terry and Amanda Wood Cecil
Part 05: Technological Applications
61. Tourism and the Internet: Marketing Perspectives - Philip Alford
62. Tourism and Social Media - Ulrike Gretzel
63. The Potential of Tracking Technologies, Smartphones and Sensors for Tourism Management and Planning of Destinations - Noam Shoval and Rein Ahas
64. The Future is Now: How Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are Transforming Tourism - Daniel Guttentag, Tom Griffin, and Seung Hwan (Mark) Lee
65. Framing Tourism Futures Research: An Ontological Perspective - Ian Yeoman and Una McMahon-Beattie
Part 06: Environmental Applications
66. Managing the Natural Environment for Tourism - Ralf Buckley
67. Tourism and Specific Localities - Mountains, Deserts and Coasts - Elizabeth Kastenholz
68. Managing Built Heritage Resources - Myriam Verbeke and Dominique Vanneste
69. The Host Community: Perceptions of and Responses to Tourism - Richard Sharpley
70. Tourism in a Low Carbon Energy Future - Eke Eijgelaar, Bas Amelung, Viachaslau Filimonau, Jo Guiver, and Paul Peeters
71. Tourism and Corporate Social Responsibility - Xavier Font

William B. Gartner is the Arthur M. Spiro Professor of Entrepreneurship at Clemson University. Prior to joining Clemson he was on the faculty at Georgetown University, the University of Virginia, San Francisco State University, and the University of Southern California. He is one of the co-founders of the Entrepreneurship Research Consortium, which initiated, developed and managed the Panel Study of Entrepreneurial Dynamics. His service to the entrepreneurship field has included two consecutive terms as Chair of the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division (1985 + 1986), special issue editorships for the Journal of Business Venturing (JBV) and Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (ETP), and Editorial Board memberships with the Academy of Management Review (AMR), Journal of Management (JOM), JBV, ETP, and the Journal of Small Business Management (JSBM). His research has: been published in AMR, JBV, ETP, JOM and JSBM; won awards from the Academy of Management, ETP, and the Babson-Kauffman Entrepreneurship Research Conference; and has been funded by the Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Coleman Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, Small Business Foundation of America, the Los Angeles Times, the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, the Corporate Design Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. His research on nascent entrepreneurs explores how they: find and identify opportunities, recognize and solve startup problems, and undertake actions to successfully launch new ventures. He is also collecting and analyzing the stories entrepreneurs tell about their entrepreneurial adventures.