This book employs epistemological, methodological and discursive approaches to explore the practices of tourism stakeholders in Covid-19 affected destinations and to understand and explain their everyday real-time doings and sayings. It discusses the changing practices of tourists and stakeholders at both micro and meso levels and provides a range of contexts and destination case studies offering insights into supply and demand. The issues examined in the volume will have continued implications for further study of the relationships between tourism, crises, pandemics and global travel. It will be a useful resource for researchers and students in tourism studies, geography, politics and policy, as well as sociology, history, crisis management and development studies.
|Place of Publication||Bristol|
|Publisher||Channel View Publications|
|Number of pages||264|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9781845418762, 9781845418779|
|ISBN (Print)||9781845418755, 9781845418748|
|Publication status||Published - 21 Feb 2023|