The politics of world heritage negotiating tourism and conservation edited by david harrison michael hitchcock format hardback 192 pages isbn 9781845410094 published 25 feb 2005 series current themes in tourism. This collection of papers discuss world trade law and focus on the contested nature of world heritage at sites as diverse as the netherlands ellis island usa post colonial mesoamerica cambodia fiji kyrgyzstan and vietnam in addition eight research notes explore heritage interpretation in the usa lebanon peru indonesia singapore tasmania and india. This is a fine volume for practitioners and scholars in heritage tourism management and research those with serious interests in world heritage sites the unesco selection process heritage management and heritage tourism ought to consider this volume charles r de burlo university of vermont in journal of heritage tourism 21 show more. The politics of world heritage negotiating tourism and conservation this paper aims to discuss the use of management tools for the unesco world heritage sites in particular it focuses on . Table of contents for the politics of world heritage negotiating tourism and conservation edited by david harrison and michael hitchcock available from the library of congress bibliographic record and links to related information available from the library of congress catalog
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