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The Routledge Handbook of Second Home Tourism and Mobilities

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'Coppock's 1977 volume was the seminal academic contribution which established second homes as a research focus. Its role was overtaken by Hall and Müller's Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes: Between Elite Landscape and Common Ground in 2004. The Routledge Handbook of Second Homes now assume this leadership role and takes the discourse further by providing a comprehensive overview second homes and provocative insights from leading scholars into this phenomenon.' - Gustav Visser, Stellenbosch University, South Africa 'Drawing together an array of contributions from numerous international contexts, this edited collection reminds us of how the practice of second home tourism continues to be an important phenomenon in regions throughout the world. In critically reviewing recent developments from a range of diverse perspectives, the authors have made a very important contribution to the literature.' - Bernadette Quinn, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland.

C. Michael Hall is Professor of Marketing, University of Canterbury, New Zealand; Docent in Geography, Oulu University, Finland; and Visiting Professor, Linnaeus University, Sweden. He has published widely on tourism, sustainability, regional development, governance and environmental change. Dieter Muller is Professor of Social and Economic Geography and currently Deputy Vice-Chancellor, UmeåUniversity. He has research interests in tourism and regional development, mobility and tourism in peripheral areas. He has previously co-edited Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes and several books on polar tourism.

Second homes have become an increasingly important component of both tourism and housing studies. They can directly and indirectly contribute a significant number of domestic and international visitors to destinations and may be part of longer-term retirement, lifestyle and amenity migration that can have significant economic and social effects on communities and destination development. This volume offers an overview of different disciplinary and methodological approaches to second homes while simultaneously providing a broad geographical reach. Divided into four parts exploring governance, development, community and mobile second homes, the book provides a contemporary account of the major issues in an area of growing international interest. This timely handbook covers a wide range of dimensions from planning to the role of second homes in development and the management of their impact. The international and cross-disciplinary nature of the contributions will be of interest to numerous academic fields in the social sciences, as well as urban and regional planners.

INTRODUCTION 1 Second Home Tourism: An introductionDieter Müller & C. Michael Hall GOVERNANCE, PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY 2 Governing and Planning for Second HomesC. Michael Hall & Dieter Müller 3 The Role of Second Homes in a Mediterranean Coastal Mass Tourism Destination: An evolutionary perspective Maria Trinitat Rovira Soto & Salvador Anton Clavé 4 Second Homes and the Commons: Terms for second home leaseholds and collective action in Kvarken Archipelago, Finland Kristina Svels & Ulrika Åkerlund 5 Rights to the Rural: Comparison of political and property/land rights of second homes owners in Canada, Finland and Poland Greg Halseth, Kati Pitkänen, Czesaw Adamiak & Mia Vepsäläinen 6 National Mexican Tourism Policy and North American Second Homeowners in Mexico: Local tourism development and Mexican Identity Helene Balslev Clausen & Mario Alberto Velázquez García 7 Recreational Second Home Governance in China: Policy implementation and structural framework Yuefang Wu & Honggang Xu 8 The Rise and Fall of the Houses of Attefall? Effects of reduced building regulation in coastal municipalities with large numbers of second homes Ingrid Persson 9 Displacement and Second Homes: Full circle or time to move on?Gijsbert Hoogendoorn & Roger Marjavaara DEVELOPMENT AND COMMERCIALISM 10 From Common Ground to Elite and Commercial LandscapeDieter Müller & C. Michael Hall 11 Uncertain benefits: how second-home tourism impacts community economyAdam Czarnecki 12 Undervaluing a sector: The enigma of micro-enterprise self-contained accommodation in AustraliaClare Keogh, Anton Kriz & L. Barnes 13 Australian holiday homes: Places of escape and sites of investmentChris Paris 14 From Socialist Yugoslavia to the European Union: Second Home Development in Croatia and SloveniaVuk Tvrtko Opai & Miha Koderman 15 Stretching the boundaries: building the Russian dacha dreamOlga Hannonen 16 Second Home Tourism in Sicily: development, current trend and future outlook Serena Volo 17 changing social structure of second home owners in PolandCzesaw Adamiak COMMUNITY, CULTURE & IDENTITIES 18 Community, Culture and Identities Dieter Müller & C. Michael Hall 19 Second homes, their users and relations to the rural space and the resident communities in Czechia Dana Fialová, Jií Vágner & Tereza Ksová 20 Do second home owners only play a secondary role in coastal territories? A case study in Charente-Maritime (France) Caroline Blondy, Christine Plumejeaud, Luc Vacher, Didier Vye & Caroline Bontet 21 Host community perceptions of international permanent tourists: The case of Didim, TurkeyImren Uysal Waller & Richard Sharpley 22 The moral dilemma of second-home owners' position in the host community Maja Farstad 23 The family and the second home: On building sandcastles, sharing places and the passing of time Annika Strandin Pers, Maja Lagerqvist, & Urban Nordin 24 From makeshift to makeover: Materialising the beach shack as architectural heritage Felicity Picken CARAVANNING AND MOBILE SECOND HOMES 25 Caravanning and mobile second homesC. Michael Hall & Dieter Müller 26 Caravan Cultures: Second homes on wheels Hege Høyer Leivestad 27 Caravan People and Space Attachment Martyn Steer-Fowler & Paul Brunt 28 Wherever I park my RV, that's my home: freedom camping and local community tensions in eastern AustraliaRod Caldicott, John M. Jenkins & Pascal Scherrer 29 Follow the sun: Retirees motorhomes´ movements, meanings and practices during the winter season in the AlgarveJoana Afonso Dias & Alexandre Domingues THE FUTURE OF SECOND HOMES 30 The Future of Second Homes C. Michael Hall & Dieter Müller


Titel: The Routledge Handbook of Second Home Tourism and Mobilities
EAN: 9781138678316
ISBN: 978-1-138-67831-6
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Taylor and Francis
Genre: Geowissenschaften
Anzahl Seiten: 384
Jahr: 2018



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