Heritage and tourism : place, encounter, engagement / edited by Russell Staiff, Robyn Bushell and Steve Watson.
Contributor(s): Staiff, Russell | Bushell, Robyn | Watson, SteveCall number: 910 H548 Material type: BookSeries: Key issues in cultural heritage Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2013. Description: xvi, 302 p. : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780415532655 (pbk.).Subject(s): Heritage tourism
1, Introduction - place, encounter, engagement: context and themes -- Part I. The intimacy of encounters. 2, Gateway and garden: a kind of tourism in Bali. 3, Authorising the unauthorized: liquidity, complexity and the heritage-tourist in the era of social media -- Part II. Heritage, tourists and the work of representation. 4, Heritage tourism and its representations. 5, Swords, sandals and togas: the cinematic imaginary and the tourist experiences of Roman heritage sites. 6, Country matters: the rural-historic as an authorized heritage discourse in England -- Part III. Tourism and performance at heritage places. 7, Cuzcotopia: imagining and performing the Incas. 8, Using immersive and interactive approaches to interpreting traumatic experiences for tourists: potentials and limitations -- Part IV. Heritage, ‘tradition’, tourism and the politics of change. 9, Cultures of interpretation. 10, Heritage for sale: indigenous tourism and misrepresentations of voice in Northern Chile. 11, Discourses of development: narratives of cultural heritage as an economic resource -- Part V. Managing the heritage-tourism engagement. 12, Cambodian experiences of the manifestation and management of intangible heritage and tourism at a world heritage site. 13, Heritage tourism in Africa. 14, Clustering industrial heritage tourists: motivations for visiting a mining site.