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Tourism Destination Management in a Post-Pandemic Context: Global Issues and Destination Management Solutions

Emerald Publishing

edited by Vanessa GB Gowreesunkar, Shem Wambugu Maingi, Hiran Roy, Roberto Micera

 

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Abstract

L’impatto della pandemia Covid-19 ha lasciato un segno profondo in tutto il settore turistico a livello mondiale, imponendo alle destinazioni un “cambio di rotta” che condurrà alla totale ridefinizione del proprio modello di business.

Il volume Tourism Destination Management in a Post-Pandemic Context intende fornire una  panoramica delle sfide affrontate dalle destinazioni turistiche durante e dopo la pandemia, illustrando le tendenze e proponendo nuove soluzioni di gestione, al fine di sviluppare e rafforzare la resilienza contro gli effetti di eventuali pandemie future.

Partendo da quanto appreso durante la pandemia COVID-19, questa collettanea raccoglie una serie di casi utili ad accrescere le conoscenze e competenze in tema di gestione delle destinazioni post-pandemiche.

 

Indice

Introduction: Destination Management Solutions Post Pandemic: a need of the hour!; Vanessa GB Gowreesunkar, Shem Wambugu Maingi, Hiran Roy, and Roberto Micera 

Part I. Destination Management Post Pandemic 

  • Chapter 1. The Recovery tactics of Tourism industry amid COVID19 Pandemic Conditions In The Baltic States; Agita Livina, Galina Bukovska, Abols Ilgvars, and Mahender Reddy Gavinolla 
  • Chapter 2. Destination management solution post COVID-19: Best practice from Bali – A world cultural tourism destination; I Nengah Subadra
  • Chapter 3. Heritage tourism and COVID-19 – Turning the crisis into opportunity within the Egyptian context; Islam Elgammal and Hassan Refaat
  • Chapter 4. COVID-19 pandemic and the accommodation sector in Sardinia, Italy: impacts and response actions; Giacomo del Ciappa 

Part II. Disaster Management Post Pandemic 

  • Chapter 5. Tourism disaster preparedness Post COVID-19 Pandemic: the example of Argentina; Maximiliano Korstanje
  • Chapter 6. Tourist Safety and Security Post COVID-19: Global perspectives; Crispin Dale, Neil Robinson, and Faisal Sheikh 
  • Chapter 7. Uganda Tourism Sector COVID-19 Response, Recovery and Sustainability strategies: Lessons from Previous Virus Disease Outbreaks; Mugizi Francis, Ayorekire Jim, and Obua Joseph 
  • Chapter 8. Tourism Resilience in the context of Tourism Destination Management in Post-COVID-19 Bangladesh; Masudur Rahman, Abureza M Muzareba, Sanjida Amin, Anisur R. Faroque, and Mohammad Osman Gani 

Part III. Local Communities and Destination Recovery Post Pandemic 

  • Chapter 9. Exploring impacts of a Health crisis on emotional solidarity and support for tourism: Case of Mauritius; Chaya Hurnath and Kiran Dookhony-Ramphul 
  • Chapter 10. Residents as destination’ influencers during the COVID-19; Villena Alarcón, Eduardo and Caballero-Galeote, Lidia 
  • Chapter 11. Contributions and challenges of Civil Society Organizations in tourism in Kenya; Jane Wamaitha Munene 
  • Chapter 12. Gender disparities in employability in the tourism sector Post COVID-19 Pandemic: Case of South Africa; Juliet Chipumuro, Radu Mihailescu, and Azzurra Rinaldi

Part IV. Marketing and Promotion of Destinations Post Pandemic 

  • Chapter 13. Effect of perceived risk on tourist behavioral intentions post COVID in Turkey; Mehmet İsmail Yağcı, Ümit Doğrul, Lina Öztürk, and Avni Can Yağcı 
  • Chapter 14. Enhancing Cultural Heritage at the time of the COVID-19 outbreak: An Overview of ICT strategies adopted by Museums in the Campania Region of Italy; Luisa Varriale, Tiziana Volpe, and Valentina Noviello
  • Chapter 15. Sport events and tourism for the Sustainable Local Development post-COVID-19; Carmen Bizzarri and Paolo Giuntarelli 

Part V. Sustaining Tourism Post Pandemic 

  • Chapter 16. Challenges in Developing Sustainable Tourism Post COVID-19 Pandemic; Rinzing Lama and Alka Rai 
  • Chapter 17. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Social Sustainability in Tourism: A Study of Uttarakhand State of India; Neha Mishra and Anindya Mishra 
  • Chapter 18. Redefining Sustainability in the Conservation and Promotion of the Cultural Heritage Tourism Product in Kenya; Ephraim Wahome and Joan Gathungu 
  • Chapter 19. Does your post COVID-19 travel dream talk about Sustainability: Insights from potential tourists in India; Indu, Bindu and Kuldeep Singh 

Part VI. Tourism Education Post Pandemic  

  • Chapter 20. Resilience adaptations in Tourism Education for the Post COVID-19 Era: A study of India;Suneeth Bosipoina Golla, Simran Kashyap, Gavinolla Mahender Reddy and Vikranth Kaushal
  • Chapter 21. Reviving tourism in India post COVID-19 pandemic: role of Tourism education and training; Vikas Gupta and Garima Sahu 
  • Chapter 22. Adopt, Adapt or Perish: Re-Building Support Systems for Travel and Tourism Education in COVID-19 Educational Crisis; Nazeerah Sheik Abbass, Faraknaaz Essmallgee,  and Pravina Cooshna-Gunputh

Conclusion: Rebuilding Tourism Post Pandemic: Some Reflections on Destination Management Solutions!; Vanessa GB Gowreesunkar, Shem Wambugu Maingi, Hiran Roy, and Roberto Micera

 

 

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