|aWorld heritage sites and tourism :|bglobal and local relations /|cedited by Laurent Bourdeau, Maria Gravari-Barbas and Mike Robinson.
|aNew York :|bRoutledge, Taylor & Francis Group,|cc2017.
|axiv, 206 p. :|bill., maps ;|c25 cm.
|aHeritage, culture, and identity
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aTourism at World Heritage Sites : Community Ambivalence / Maria Gravari-Barbas, Mike Robinson, Laurent Bourdeau -- World Heritage as a Revitalization Movement : Managing Local and Global Tourism in UNESCO's Heritage-scape / Michael A. Di Giovine -- Responsible Tourism and Poverty : The Porters of the Inca Trail / James Rollefson, Carolina Espinoza Camus and Alexandra Arellano -- Machu Picchu : an Andean Utopia for the 21st Century? / Amy Cox Hall -- Interrogating the "Universal" in St. Lucia's Piton Management Area / Jennifer C. Lutton and Gregor Williams -- Archaeological Replica Vendors and an Alternative History of a Mexican Heritage Site : The Case of Monte Alban / Ronda L. Brulotte -- Indigenous Perspectives on Ownership and Management of Yucatecan Archaelogical Sites / Stephanie J. Litka -- World Heritage, Tourism Development, and Identity Politics at the Tsodilo Hills / Rachel F. Giraudo -- Tourism Community Involvement Strategy for the Living World Heritage Site of Hampi, India : A Case Study / Bernhard Bauer, Nitin Sinha, Michele Trimarchi and Vincenzo Zappino -- Reconstructing Biodiversity for Tourism Development : Ethnographic Accounts from a World Heritage Site in the Making / Carsten Wergin -- Post-inscription Challenges : Renegotiation World Heritage Management in the Laponia Area in Northern Sweden / Patrick Brouder -- The Level of Societal Reproduction as a Predictor of Visitation : Lessons from World Heritage Sites in the United States / Linda Joyce Forristal -- Looking Back Towards the Future : Historical Analysis of Machu Picchu Planning Documents as a Key to Site Conservation / Evan R. Ward -- Shandong Province and Tourism : An Examination of World Heritage Sites / Ina Freeman and He Sun -- The Valuation of Protected Areas : Tourists in Chitwan National Park, Nepal / Jennifer Michelle Cook and Michal J. Bardecki -- The Impact of Tourism on Latin American World Heritage Towns / Alfredo Conti -- Visitor Management in Sensitive Historic Landscapes : Strategies to Avoid Conflict in Hadrian?s Wall World Heritage Site / David McGlade.
|aCulture and tourism.
|aWorld Heritage areas|xConservation and restoration.
The remarkable success of the 1972 UNESCO Convention Concerning the Protection of World Cultural and Natural Heritage is borne out by the fact that nearly 1,000 properties have now been designated as possessing Outstanding Universal Value and recognition given to the imperative for their protection. However, the remarkable success of the Convention is not without its challenges and a key issue for many Sites relates to the touristic legacies of inscription. For many sites inscription on the World Heritage List acts as a promotional device and the management challenge is one of protection, conservation and dealing with increased numbers of tourists. For other sites, designation has not brought anticipated expansion in tourist numbers and associated investments. What is clear is that tourism is now a central concern to the wide array of stakeholders involved with World Heritage Sites. It is a motivation for regions, states and communities to be put on the World Heritage List and it is certainly an outcome of being on the List. This volume, through a diverse range of international cases covering cultural, natural and mixed World Heritage Sites, covering both the developed and the developing world, examines the ways in which sites have been inscribed on the World Heritage List and what this has meant in terms of tourism relating to practical issues of management, carrying capacity and the experiences of tourists and local communities. It also looks at the way â€˜being on the listâ€™ shapes, and is shaped by, shifting values and politics at the macro and micro level.