|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Progress in Tourism Management: from the geography of tourism to geographies of tourism - A review|
|Author(s):||Hall, Colin Michael|
|Citation:||Hall CM & Page S (2009) Progress in Tourism Management: from the geography of tourism to geographies of tourism - A review, Tourism Management, 30 (1), pp. 3-16.|
|Abstract:||This Progress in Tourism Management paper seeks to review the development of geographical contributions to the study of tourism over the last decade. Given the limited number of surveys of geography published in academic journals since the 1970s, it is particularly timely to question and debate where the subject has evolved to, the current debates and issues facing those who work within the subject and where the subject will evolve in the next five years. The paper is structured around a number of distinct themes to emerge from the research activity of geographers, which is deliberately selective in its coverage due to the constraints of space, but focuses on: explaining spatialities; tourism planning and places; development and its discontents; tourism as an 'applied' area of research, and future prospects.|
|Rights:||Published by Elsevier|
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