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Linking urban and rural tourism : strategies in sustainability

Rural-Urban LinkagesFringe TourismStrategies in SustainabilityReferencesI Urban Rural LinkagesDiscussing Rural-Urban Tourism: A Review of the LiteratureUrban-Rural Relations and Tourism in the LiteratureMethodologyResultsDescriptive statisticsAcademic contributions resulting from systematic review of the literatureDiscussionConclusion and ImplicationsAcknowledgementsReferencesExperiencing and Connecting to Nature: An Urban to Rural AssociationEvaluating Our Place in NatureExperiencing and Valuing NatureConclusionReferencesAddressing Power: Stakeholder Involvement Within an Integrated Tourism Planning ProcessIntegrated TourismStakeholder Involvement in Integrated Tourism PlanningStakeholder theoryActor-network theoryCollaboration theoryPower, Stakeholder Involvement and the Dispersion of ImpactsPower as a constructPower relations within tourism planningStructural approach to power in planningDispersion of tourism impactsAddressing Power in Integrated Tourism PlanningConclusionReferencesFoodscapes as Alternate Ways of Knowing: Advancing Sustainability and Climate Consciousness through Tactile SpaceFoodscapes and Alternate Ways of Knowing: Tactile Space, Embodiment and EmbeddednessTangible and Sensory Experiences as Ways of Emotional and Somatic KnowledgeFarms and Food as Nature-based Visceral ExperiencesFarm Experiences: Agritourism and AgroecotourismRecreational ForagingFood and Farms as Learning ExperiencesConclusionReferencesII Fringe TourismCool Suburbs: A Strategy for Sustainable Tourism?Visitors in Search of the ‘Real’The Real Recedes: Change in a WTCSoft Tourism in Inner London: Getting Off the Beaten TrackSuburban Tourism: How Cool is That?ConclusionsNoteReferencesThe Urban-Rural Tourism Relationship: A Case of Suburban Farm ShopsLiterature ReviewMethodologyResultsMerchandisingSourcingDeveloping tourismDiscussionConclusionReferencesResident and Tourist Perception of People, Towns and Amenities in Fringe SettingsFringe CommunitiesTourism and Fringe CommunitiesStudy AreaMethodsResultsDescriptive resultsPerceptions of the countyTest resultsDiscussionReferencesIII Strategies in SustainabilityThe Urban-Rural Tourism Mix: A Partnership of Convenience or Sustainability ImperativeBackgroundSoshanguve community: A tourism perspectiveConceptual FrameworkTourism destination competitivenessA pro-poor tourism approachMethodologySurvey instrumentSamplingData collectionData analysisFindings and DiscussionPotential demand for the Soshanguve tourism productFactor correlation analysis between the activities of visitors to the City of TshwaneConclusions and RecommendationsReferencesFrom Centre to Periphery: Inequality, Indigeneity and Domestic Tourism in GuatemalaMethodological ApproachTourism in Guatemala: Strangers and NeighboursUrban-Rural Mobility: Shared and Contested SpacesEconomic Inequality: The Space BetweenCulture and Ethnicity: Constructed and Reconstructed IdentitiesDiscussionLimitations and Suggestions for Future ResearchConclusionReferencesBeyond Economic Development: Can the Arts Lead Communities Out of Poverty?MethodsProviding Direct EmploymentAttracting Investment and Improving Property ValuesKeeping it Local and EquitableCultural TourismDiscussionNotesReferencesTheme Park as a Link between Urban and Rural TerritoriesLiterature ReviewUrban planning vs rural spaceSeparation vs. dependenceImaginary narratives vs. local territorial narrativesMethodologyThe Case of Parc Safari in the Province of QuebecDescription of the host areaTourism Narration at WorkParc Safari tourism narrationsHost community tourism narrativeDiscussionTourism discourses with divergent narrativesAn opening towards the surrounding areas struggling to give the desired resultsA planning framework at crossroadsConclusionReferencesConnecting Urban to Rural: Can the San Francisco- Napa Valley Relationship be Facilitated in Pennsylvania?The San Francisco-Napa Valley RelationshipSan Francisco/Bay Area visitor characteristics and economic impactNapa Valley visitor characteristics and economic impactNapa Valley attractionsTransportation infrastructureConnecting Philadelphia and Nearby WineriesPhiladelphia visitor characteristics and economic impactWineries near PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia countryside attractionsTransportation infrastructureThe Travel Cost MethodConclusionNotesReferencesFarm and Food Tourism as a Strategy for Linking Rural and Urban Land, People and Place: The Case of Western North CarolinaAgritourism, Culinary Tourism, Farm and Food TourismAgritourismCulinary tourismMethodsCase Study: Farm and Food Tourism in Western North CarolinaRural-urban linkagesSystem dynamicsDiscussionCommunity benefitsConclusionNoteReferencesUtah Farm-Chef-Fork: Linking Rural Growers with Urban Chefs to Enhance Local Food SourcingGrowth in Food Tourism and Demand for Local FoodsLocal Food Sourcing Benefits to Growers and CommunitiesBarriers to Local Food SourcingUtah Farm-Chef-Fork Programme OverviewImpacts on Local Food SourcingEducational workshopsNetworking minglesDiscussion and Future DirectionReferencesCorporate Sustainability as an Opportunity for Tourism Partnerships: A Case Study on Fairmont Hotels & ResortsIntegrated Rural TourismTourism PartnershipsCorporate SustainabilityCase Study MethodologyFairmont Hotels & Resorts BackgroundPartnershipsLocal SourcingCommunity InterestsDiscussionConclusionReferences
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