The Resource Contesting the foreshore : tourism, society, and politics on the coast, edited by Jeremy Boissevain and Tom Selwyn

Contesting the foreshore : tourism, society, and politics on the coast, edited by Jeremy Boissevain and Tom Selwyn

Label
Contesting the foreshore : tourism, society, and politics on the coast
Title
Contesting the foreshore
Title remainder
tourism, society, and politics on the coast
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jeremy Boissevain and Tom Selwyn
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
338.479109146
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
G154.9
LC item number
.C678 2004
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
MARE publication series
Series volume
no. 2
Label
Contesting the foreshore : tourism, society, and politics on the coast, edited by Jeremy Boissevain and Tom Selwyn
Publication
Note
"This collection of essays has emerged from some of the presentations made during the workshop on "Aquatourism and multiple-use conflicts" held during the "People and the Sea" Conference marking the inauguration of the Centre for Maritime Research (MARE), in Amsterdam, September 2001."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • wbl
Contents
  • Tourism, kinship, and social change in Sennen Cove, Cornwall
  • Michael John Ireland
  • Evaluating contrasting approaches to marine ecotourism: 'dive tourism' and 'research tourism' in the Wakatobi Marine National Park, Indonesia
  • Julian Clifton
  • Fishermen and the creation of marine parks: Northern Sporades (Greece), Northern Cap de Creus (Catalonia) and the Iroise Sea (France)
  • Katia Frangoudes and Frédérique Alban
  • An assessment of the potential interest of fishermen to engage in boat-chartering in the context of a marine park: the case of the Iroise Sea, Western Brittany, France
  • Frédérique Alban and Jean Boncoeur
  • Marine and coastal issues in local environmental conflict: Greece, Spain and Portugal
  • Maria Kousis
  • Introduction
  • Hotels, tuna pens, and civil society: contesting the foreshore in Malta
  • Jeremy Boissevain
  • All pervading island tourism: the case of Texel, the Netherlands
  • René van der Duim and Jaap Lendkeek
  • Izola's fishermen between yacht clubs, beaches, and state borders: connections between fishing and tourism
  • Natas̆a Rogelja
  • Tom Selwyn and Jeremy Boissevain
  • Privatising the Mediterranean coastline
  • Tom Selwyn
  • Littoral fisherman, aquaculture, and tourism in the Canary Islands: attitudes and economic strategies
  • José J. Pascual
  • Between the sea and the land: exploring the social organisation of tourism development in a Gran Canaria fishing village
  • Raoul V. Bianchi and Agustín Santana Talavera
Control code
000026857745
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
320 p.
Isbn
9789053566947
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2005404165
Other physical details
ill., maps
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b21703450
System control number
sr21703450

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