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Tourism, crime and terrorism [electronic resource] : what are the risks, challenges and policy options?

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781780527246Series: Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes: Volume 4, Issue 1Publication details: Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2012.ISBN:
  • 9781780527253
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tourism, crime and terrorism : what are the risks, challenges and policy options?DDC classification:
  • 338.4791
LOC classification:
  • G516 .C889 2012
Online resources:
Contents:
Cover; CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Editorial; Tourism and terrorism: conflicts and commonalities; Linking tourism security to national security; Managing guest security in a high-violence society; Emergency planning and recovery for terror situations: an analysis with special reference to tourism; The response of the tourism industry in Jamaica to crime and the threat of terrorism; Crime, criminal activity and tourism performance: issues from the Caribbean; Recovering from terror: the Egyptian and Balinese experiences
Conclusions: tourism, crime and terrorism: what are the risks, challenges and policy options?Awards for Excellence
Summary: This eBook considers the relationships between crime, terrorism and tourism development. These papers address some of the most troubling issues of our time. How much longer can an industry that exists to provide convenience, comfort, leisure and luxury survive, when the host societies are experiencing profound social and economic problems, and living with a level of killing more characteristic of a war zone
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Cover; CONTENTS; Editorial advisory board; Editorial; Tourism and terrorism: conflicts and commonalities; Linking tourism security to national security; Managing guest security in a high-violence society; Emergency planning and recovery for terror situations: an analysis with special reference to tourism; The response of the tourism industry in Jamaica to crime and the threat of terrorism; Crime, criminal activity and tourism performance: issues from the Caribbean; Recovering from terror: the Egyptian and Balinese experiences

Conclusions: tourism, crime and terrorism: what are the risks, challenges and policy options?Awards for Excellence

This eBook considers the relationships between crime, terrorism and tourism development. These papers address some of the most troubling issues of our time. How much longer can an industry that exists to provide convenience, comfort, leisure and luxury survive, when the host societies are experiencing profound social and economic problems, and living with a level of killing more characteristic of a war zone