Revived Originals – A proposal to deal with cultural overtourism
In this paper, the authors propose the concept of ‘Revived Originals’: identically reproductions of heavily visited historical sites in a suitable other location. This strategy would offer greater protection for vulnerable historic sites.
- Orphan Volunteer Tourism in Thailand: Volunteer Tourists’ Motivations And On-Site Experiences
- This study examines motivations and on-site experiences of volunteer tourists who participate in volunteer tourism at the Home and Life Orphanage in Phang Nga province, Thailand.
- Social Tourism as Opportunity for Unplanned Learning and Behavior Change
- This paper argues that social tourism for low-income groups can lead to unplanned learning and behaviour changes. These changes can help the participants in social tourism in other areas of their lives after their return.
- Sociocultural Sustainability and the Formation of Social Capital from Community-based Tourism
- This study reveals the multidimensional nature of perceived tourism social impacts on social capital in the Chinese tourism community and contributes to a better understanding of how residents view the social capital associated with community-based tourism as part of sustainable development.
- Social Capital and Collective Action in Rural Tourism
- This paper explores specific types of personal relationships that encourage residents’ collective action for rural tourism development. It was conducted in two rural communities in South Korea.
- Antecedents and Outcomes of Resident Empowerment through Tourism
- This study uses data from residents in Orlando, Florida, to test the effects of residents’ involvement and economic benefits from tourism on their psychological, social and political empowerment, and thus the quality of life, and ultimately, place attachment.