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How can the film induced tourism phenomenon be sustainably managed?


Special issue call for papers from Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes

Special themed issue call for papers from Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes

Dr Noëlle O'Connor (Limerick Institute of Technology)  and Dr Niki Macionis (James Cook University) are co-editing a special themed issue on Film Induced Tourism for Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes (WHATT). The strategic question of this issue will be “How can the film induced tourism phenomenon be sustainably managed?” With this in mind, we are looking for expressions of interest in the following areas:

  1. Does film induced tourism offer a sustainable solution to tourism destinations?
  2. How does film induced tourism contribute to host national economies?
  3. What are the impacts of to film induced tourism and how can they be minimised / maximised upon?
  4. How can film induced tourism be used to maximize the benefits for tourism destinations?
  5. What are the contemporary issues for the film induced tourism stakeholders?
  6. How should stakeholders respond to the challenges it faces and find solutions to preserve and develop its film tourism concept?

Please contact the co-editors for further information:

Dr Noëlle O'Connor PhD,
Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality,
Department of Humanities, School of Business and Humanities,
Limerick Institute of Technology, Ireland.
Tel: + 353 61 490166
Email: [email protected]

Dr Niki Macionis PhD,
Associate Dean,
Masters of International Tourism and Hospitality Management,
James Cook University,
Brisbane, QLD, Australia.
Tel: + 61 3001 7889
Email: [email protected]