Edited by Nancy Duxbury and Greg Richards
Original and thought-provoking, this book investigates how creative experiences, interactions, and place-specific dynamics and contexts combine to give shape to the expanding field of creative tourism across the globe. Exploring the evolution of research in this field, the authors investigate pathways for future research that advance conceptual questions and pragmatic issues.
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- A Research Agenda for Creative Tourism
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- Chapter 1: Towards a research agenda for creative tourism: developments, diversity, and dynamics
- Chapter 2: Nurturing the creative tourist in Malaysia
- Chapter 3: The role of authenticity in rural creative tourism
- Chapter 4: The value of experience in culture and tourism: the power of emotions
- Chapter 5: Creative tourism in creative outposts
- Chapter 6: Stories of design, snow, and silence: creative tourism landscape in Lapland
- Chapter 7: Coffee tourism as creative tourism: implications from Gangneung’s experiences
- Chapter 8: Montréal: a creative tourism destination?
- Chapter 9: Creative tourism in Santa Fe, New Mexico
- Chapter 10: Local impacts of creative tourism initiatives
- Chapter 11: The development of creative tourism in rural areas of Russia: issues of entrepreneurial ability, cooperation, and social inclusion
- Chapter 12: Creative tourist regions as a basis for public policy
- Chapter 13: Good and not-so-good practices in creative tourism networks and platforms: an international review
- Chapter 14: Towards a research agenda in creative tourism: a synthesis of suggested future research trajectories
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