Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Residential tourism :|
|Statement||Mason R. McWatters.|
|Series||Tourism and cultural change -- 16|
|LC Classifications||HQ1063.2.L29 M39 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781845410919, 9781845410902, 9781845410926|
|LC Control Number||2008012847|
Get this from a library! Residential tourism: (de)constructing paradise. [Mason R McWatters] -- "Residential Tourism: (De)Constructing Paradise offers the first in-depth, critical exploration of the foreign retirement/expatriate communities proliferating both in . Lifestyle Migration and Residential Tourism represent a major trend in individualized societies worldwide, which is attracting a rapidly growing interest from the academic community. This volume for the first time, critically analyses the spatial, social and political consequences of such leisure-oriented mobilities and migrations. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Residential Tourism: (De)Constructing Paradise (16) (Tourism and Cultural Change (16)) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Residential Tourism: (De)Constructing Paradise offers the first in-depth, critical exploration of the foreign retirement/expatriate communities proliferating in both size and number throughout Latin America. Amidst the widespread development and p.
Get this from a library! Residential Tourism: (De)constructing Paradise.. [Mason R McWatters] -- Offers a critical exploration of the foreign retirement/expatriate communities proliferating in both size and number throughout Latin America. This book . Free Online Library: Residential tourism; (de)constructing paradise.(Brief article, Book review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews. British migration to Spain challenges many assumptions about the distinction between migration and tourism. In Spain there are peripatetic migrants (who go back and forth in erratic or patterned ways), seasonal visitors (who spend their winters in Spain and the rest of the year in the UK), returning residents (who live in Spain but escape back to the UK during the heat of the . This book is about residential tourism, a phenomenon that has recently become more prominent in developing countries. Residential tourism is the temporary or permanent mobility of relatively well-to-do citizens from mostly western countries to a variety of tourist destinations, where they buy (or sometimes rent) property.
enhance travel and tourism programmes and provide opportunities to experience first hand some aspects of the travel and tourism sector. Unit introduction A residential study visit is often the highlight of the course for learners. It presents them with the opportunity to study travel and tourism outside the classroom in a real-life Size: KB. In many destinations, including Portugal, the term ‘residential tourism’ is often used in the media and in oﬃcial planning documents to describe the phenomenon of lifestyle migration, meaning that it is simply construed as an extension of tourism and therefore generally considered to be economically beneﬁcial (Mazón et al. Cited by: 5. Residential tourism or lifestyle migration: social problems linked to the non-definition of the situation. This chapter explains the concept of residential tourism and its relationship with lifestyle migration by exploring the social problems associated with it identified in Alicante, Spain. This paper analyses the effects of economic crises on tourism destinations from a city and regional point of view. The objective is to determine which kind of Spanish “Sun and Beach” tourism destinations, residential or hotel, has better weathered the most recent economic crisis in Spain, linked to the Global Financial Crisis of / by: