Inclusive Tourism Futures
Edited by: Anu Harju-Myllyaho, Salla Jutila
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- Hardback, Ebook(PDF), Ebook(EPUB)
- 31st May 2021
- Channel View Publications
- Number of pages:
- 234mm x 156mm
This book combines studies of inclusivity in tourism with a future lens and provides timely insights into current research and discussions on social inclusion. The chapters examine a range of inclusivity issues and the different ways that inclusive tourism development can be enacted. The volume presents an opportunity to critically consider the different actors and voices in the field of tourism and how to channel these voices and who has the right to do so. It allows us to use our imaginations to consider a future that can be welcoming of different ways of being, doing and knowing to empower all participants in the planning and development of tourism and hospitality.
Editing a book on inclusive tourism you cannot just know the concept, you must live and breathe it! Watch out everyone, a formidable pair, Anu Harju-Myllyaho and Salla Jutila, have built on knowledge from the past but also opened up a whole new world of "inclusiveness". A must read!
Mitja Gorenak, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Anu Harju-Myllyaho is a manager of the Responsibility in Business and Services Expertise Group at the Lapland University of Applied Sciences, Finland. Her research interests include tourism futures, futures research, inclusion in tourism and tourism work.
Salla Jutila is a teacher at the University of Lapland, Finland. Her research interests include inclusion in tourism, tourism futures, the sharing economy in tourism and sustainable tourism planning.
Introduction: Anu Harju-Myllyaho and Salla Jutila
Chapter 1. Emily Höckert, Outi Kugapi and Monika Lüthje: Hosts and Guests in Participatory Development
Chapter 2. Andreja Trdina, Salla Jutila and Maja Turnšek: Resourcing the Self: Forms of Capital and Stratification in the Platform Hospitality Community
Chapter 3. Anu Harju-Myllyaho, Salla Jutila: Inclusion in Tourism Strategies - Setting the Stage for Inclusive Tourism Development in Tourism Destinations
Chapter 4. Theres Winter, Seonyoung Kim, Nicola Palmer: Where is 'The Poor' in Pro-poor VCA? - A Review of Applying Pro-poor VCA in a Coastal Tourism Destination in the Northeast of Brazil
Chapter 5. Asunción Fernández-Villarán, Mónica Erice, Nagore Espinosa, Ana Goytia, Aurora Madariaga, Ainara Rodríguez: Information About Tourism Destinations' Accessibility in Tourism Online Platforms. Is it Useful for People with Diverse Abilities?
Chapter 6. Sari Nisula, Marlene Kohllechner-Autto, Krista Skantz: Current Perspectives on Social Inclusion in Tourism in Finnish Lapland
Chapter 7. Anu Harju-Myllyaho, Salla Jutila: Conclusion