2 edition of Tourism and crime found in the catalog.
Tourism and crime
D. J. Walmsley
Bibliography: p. 129-132.
|Statement||D.J. Walmsley, R.M. Boskovic, J.J. Pigram.|
|Contributions||Boskovic, Rudiger M., Pigram, J. J. J.|
|LC Classifications||HV7173 W34 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
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Written by an international collection of authors, the book Format: Hardcover. Tourism has become a leading sector of the worldwide economy; nighttime leisure activities claim an increasingly large sector of commercial areas.
Cities once organized around industry have become centers of sport, recreation, and leisure. Researchers in areas of hospitality management have pointed to “the tourism cycle” in explaining trends in crime: As particular places rise and fall as tourist Cited by: 2. Tourism, Safety and Security: a multi dimensional analysis brings together the writings of international leading academics and practitioners in this field to discuss prevention measures and crisis management options, in incidences of tourism safety and security.
Tourism security is an important part of both security management and tourism. Private security professionals and police departments in tourism cities, as well as hotels, major attractions, and theme parks, have all come to realize that tourism security and safety issues (often called tourism surety) are essential for industry survival and success.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations, maps ; 25 cm: Contents: Theoretical aspects of crime as they impact the tourism industry --The deviant tourist and the crimogenic place-the case of the tourist and the New Zealand prostitute --Florida tourists' vulnerability to crime --Crime and tourism: a study of.
The book guides the reader through a study of tourism security themes and best practices. Topics include the relationship between tourism security and the economy, hotel and motel security, risk and crisis management, public places, transportation, and legal issues.
Crime, tourism. Chapter January In book: Encyclopedia of Tourism, pp It is concluded that tourism crime rates that are far higher than crime Author: Lori Pennington-Gray. Some tourism activities may also arise from the demand for illegal goods and services, as in the case of sex tourism and tourism for substance abuse, a phenomenon that is also suspected to prevail in the country.
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However, this trend has been juxtaposed with an increase in crime, particularly since the early the s. In the last three decades tourism, the world's largest and fastest growing industry, has been constantly plagued by acts of crime and violence intentionally conducted against innocent tourists. This is the first authoritative book to analyse the relationship between tourism development, crime and international security issues.
Written by an international collection of authors, the book. Tourism and Crime: Key Themes Article (PDF Available) in Tourism Management 33(1)– February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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Tourism establishes an interactive relationship among different elements: the tourist, the place, local residents, the tourism industry and services in general. Its growth leads, in most destinations, to a significant increase in security incidents, since it provides more opportunity for crime, especially.
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It provides a critical examination of a range of topics, including criminal offending against tourists, tourists as offenders, and policy-responses to tourist crime. Dark Tourism and Crime explores the socio-cultural contours of this unique type of tourism and explains why spaces/places where crime has occurred fascinate and attract tourists.
The book is marked by an ethics of respect for the suffering a place has experienced and an imperative to learn something tangible about the history and legacy of that. Effects of Tourism on Rates of Serious Crime in Hawai`i April CONTENTS Page TOURISM AND CRIME IN HAWAI`I 1 A.
Introduction and Conclusions 2 B. The Nature of Crime Statistics 3 C. Hawai`i Vs. National Crime Statistics: Quick Overview 5 D.
Results of Past Studies on Crime and Tourism 6 1. Academic Literature 6 Size: KB. This book presents the latest research and novel case studies on crime and corruption in the tourism and hospitality industry.
It approaches tourism as both a globalised business impacting the livelihood of millions of people, and a highly challenging field of action for national legislators and law enforcement agencies.
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By Derek Dalton. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 20 November Pub. location : Derek Dalton.Tourism and Crime: key themes is the first book to address this gap.
It provides a critical examination of a range of topics, including criminal offending against tourists, tourists as offenders, and policy-responses to tourist crime.
It focuses on a number of subjects including tourism and property crime, the tourist as victim, the 'naming and Format: Hardcover.