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Yıl 2019, Cilt 1, Sayı 2, 15 - 26, 15.02.2019

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  • Aransson, L. (1994). Sustainable tourism systems: The example of sustainable rural tourism in Sweden. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2(1-2), 77-92. Brotherton, B. (2008). Researching hospitality and tourism: a student guide. London: Sage. Coşar, Y., Timur, A., & Kozak, M. (2015). The influence of Slow City in the context of sustainable destination marketing. In A. Correia, J. Gnoth, M. Kozak, & A. Fyall (eds.) Marketing Places and Spaces (pp. 209-220). Bingley: Emerald. Cosar, Y., & Kozak, M. (2014). Slow tourism (Cittaslow) influence over visitors’ behaviour. A. Woodside & M. Kozak (Eds.). Tourists' Perceptions and Assessments (pp. 21–29). Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, Volume 9, Emerald.Davidson, R., & Maitland, R. (1997). Tourism destinations. London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational. Ekinci, M.B. (2014). The Cittaslow philosophy in the context of sustainable tourism development: The case of Turkey. Tourism Management, 41, 178-189.Fletcher, R. (2011). Sustaining tourism, sustaining capitalism? The tourism industry’s role in global capitalist expansion. Tourism Geographies, 13(3), 443-461.Fullagar, S., Markwell, K., & Wilson, E. (2012). Slow tourism: Experiences and Mobilities. Bristol: Channel View Publications.Garrod, B., & Fyall, A. (1998). Beyond the rhetoric of sustainable tourism. Tourism Management, 19(3), 201. Georgica, G. (2015). The tourist’s perception about slow travel – A Romanian perspective. Procedia Economics and Finance, 23, 1596-1601.Gunn, C. (2015). The motivations of becoming a Cittaslow town and its effect on tourism – The case of Aylsham. Unpublished Study. Bournemouth University, UK.Knox, P. L. (2005). Creating ordinary places: Slow cities in a fast world. Journal of Urban Design, 10(1), 1-11.Kozak, M., & Baloglu, S. (2011). Managing and marketing tourist destinations: Strategies to gain competitive edge. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.Lee, K.H., Packer, J. & Scott, N. (2015). Travel lifestyle preferences and destination activity choices of slow food members and non-members. Tourism Management, 46, 1-10.Liu, Z. (2003). Sustainable tourism development: A critique. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 11(6), 459-473.Mayer, H., & Knox, P. L. (2006). Slow cities: Sustainable places in a fast world. Journal of Urban Affairs, 28(4), 321-334. Morrison, A. (2013). Marketing and managing tourism organisations. New York: Routledge. Nilsson, J., Svard, A., Widarsson, A. & Wirell, T. (2011). Cittaslow: eco-gastronomic heritage as a tool for destination development. Current Issues in Tourism, 14(4), 373-386. Pike, S. (2004). Destination marketing organisations. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Pookulangara, S. & Shephard, A. (2013). Slow fashion movement: Understanding consumer perceptions – An exploratory study, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 20, 200-206. Radstrom, S. (2005). An urban identity movement rooted in the sustainable of place: A case study of slow cities and their application in rural Manitoba. Master of City Planning, University of Manitoba, Department of City Planning.Ratcliffe, J., & Flanagan, S. (2004). Enhancing the vitality and viability of town and city centres: The concept of the business improvement district in the context of tourism enterprise. Property Management, 22(5), 377-395.Smith, J. A. & Eatough, V. (2007). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In E. Lyons & A. Coyle (Eds.), Analysing qualitative data in psychology (pp.35-50). London: Sage.Whittemore, R., Chase, S. K. & Carol, L. M. (2001). Validity in qualitative research, Qualitative Health Research, 11(4), 522–537.Internet sourceshttp://www.cittaslowseferihisar.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64&Itemid=63 (11.11.2015).

The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom

Yıl 2019, Cilt 1, Sayı 2, 15 - 26, 15.02.2019

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There are two extreme cases in the world of tourism. One is seeking happiness by taking vacations in quieter places, while the other is accepting the advantages and disadvantages of mass tourism in a busy environment. The concept of a slow city was initiated to be of help to the former world of tourism while being a crucial response to the latter as well. As there has been limited empirical investigation of the slow city concept and its influence on tourism development in a specific field, the purpose of this study is to investigate the perceived influence of a slow city on the local people in light of tourism development. The study includes a historic market town located in the Norfolk region of the UK and the findings suggest that the perceived benefits of slow city status appear to be neutral, albeit some people are in favour of its economic advantages. In the concluding remarks, the study further compares the results with those of other previous studies and provides both theoretical and practical implications. 

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  • Aransson, L. (1994). Sustainable tourism systems: The example of sustainable rural tourism in Sweden. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2(1-2), 77-92. Brotherton, B. (2008). Researching hospitality and tourism: a student guide. London: Sage. Coşar, Y., Timur, A., & Kozak, M. (2015). The influence of Slow City in the context of sustainable destination marketing. In A. Correia, J. Gnoth, M. Kozak, & A. Fyall (eds.) Marketing Places and Spaces (pp. 209-220). Bingley: Emerald. Cosar, Y., & Kozak, M. (2014). Slow tourism (Cittaslow) influence over visitors’ behaviour. A. Woodside & M. Kozak (Eds.). Tourists' Perceptions and Assessments (pp. 21–29). Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, Volume 9, Emerald.Davidson, R., & Maitland, R. (1997). Tourism destinations. London: Hodder & Stoughton Educational. Ekinci, M.B. (2014). The Cittaslow philosophy in the context of sustainable tourism development: The case of Turkey. Tourism Management, 41, 178-189.Fletcher, R. (2011). Sustaining tourism, sustaining capitalism? The tourism industry’s role in global capitalist expansion. Tourism Geographies, 13(3), 443-461.Fullagar, S., Markwell, K., & Wilson, E. (2012). Slow tourism: Experiences and Mobilities. Bristol: Channel View Publications.Garrod, B., & Fyall, A. (1998). Beyond the rhetoric of sustainable tourism. Tourism Management, 19(3), 201. Georgica, G. (2015). The tourist’s perception about slow travel – A Romanian perspective. Procedia Economics and Finance, 23, 1596-1601.Gunn, C. (2015). The motivations of becoming a Cittaslow town and its effect on tourism – The case of Aylsham. Unpublished Study. Bournemouth University, UK.Knox, P. L. (2005). Creating ordinary places: Slow cities in a fast world. Journal of Urban Design, 10(1), 1-11.Kozak, M., & Baloglu, S. (2011). Managing and marketing tourist destinations: Strategies to gain competitive edge. New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.Lee, K.H., Packer, J. & Scott, N. (2015). Travel lifestyle preferences and destination activity choices of slow food members and non-members. Tourism Management, 46, 1-10.Liu, Z. (2003). Sustainable tourism development: A critique. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 11(6), 459-473.Mayer, H., & Knox, P. L. (2006). Slow cities: Sustainable places in a fast world. Journal of Urban Affairs, 28(4), 321-334. Morrison, A. (2013). Marketing and managing tourism organisations. New York: Routledge. Nilsson, J., Svard, A., Widarsson, A. & Wirell, T. (2011). Cittaslow: eco-gastronomic heritage as a tool for destination development. Current Issues in Tourism, 14(4), 373-386. Pike, S. (2004). Destination marketing organisations. Amsterdam: Elsevier. Pookulangara, S. & Shephard, A. (2013). Slow fashion movement: Understanding consumer perceptions – An exploratory study, Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 20, 200-206. Radstrom, S. (2005). An urban identity movement rooted in the sustainable of place: A case study of slow cities and their application in rural Manitoba. Master of City Planning, University of Manitoba, Department of City Planning.Ratcliffe, J., & Flanagan, S. (2004). Enhancing the vitality and viability of town and city centres: The concept of the business improvement district in the context of tourism enterprise. Property Management, 22(5), 377-395.Smith, J. A. & Eatough, V. (2007). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In E. Lyons & A. Coyle (Eds.), Analysing qualitative data in psychology (pp.35-50). London: Sage.Whittemore, R., Chase, S. K. & Carol, L. M. (2001). Validity in qualitative research, Qualitative Health Research, 11(4), 522–537.Internet sourceshttp://www.cittaslowseferihisar.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64&Itemid=63 (11.11.2015).

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Otelcilik, Konaklama, Spor ve Turizm
Bölüm Araştırma Makaleleri
Yazarlar

Yeşim COŞAR Bu kişi benim (Sorumlu Yazar)
DOKUZ EYLÜL ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0002-5943-954X
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 15 Şubat 2019
Başvuru Tarihi 9 Ocak 2019
Kabul Tarihi 4 Şubat 2019
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2019, Cilt 1, Sayı 2

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Bibtex @araştırma makalesi { atrss510703, journal = {GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences}, eissn = {2645-9116}, address = {Karakaş. Mah. Edirne Cad. No:5 Yeşil Sitesi C Blok D Girişi D:7 Merkez / KIRKLARELİ}, publisher = {Taki Can METİN}, year = {2019}, volume = {1}, number = {2}, pages = {15 - 26}, title = {The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom}, key = {cite}, author = {Coşar, Yeşim} }
APA Coşar, Y. (2019). The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom . GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences , 1 (2) , 15-26 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/atrss/issue/43319/510703
MLA Coşar, Y. "The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom" . GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences 1 (2019 ): 15-26 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/atrss/issue/43319/510703>
Chicago Coşar, Y. "The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom". GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences 1 (2019 ): 15-26
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ISNAD Coşar, Yeşim . "The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom". GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences 1 / 2 (Şubat 2019): 15-26 .
AMA Coşar Y. The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom. ATRSS. 2019; 1(2): 15-26.
Vancouver Coşar Y. The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom. GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences. 2019; 1(2): 15-26.
IEEE Y. Coşar , "The Perceived Influence of Slow City (Cittaslow) Status on Tourısm and Local People: A Study in Aylsham, United Kingdom", GSI Journals Serie A: Advancements in Tourism Recreation and Sports Sciences, c. 1, sayı. 2, ss. 15-26, Şub. 2019
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