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Tourism crisis and disaster management in the Asia-Pacific

Tourism crisis and disaster management in the Asia-Pacific

Ritchie, Brent W., editor; Campiranon, Kom, editor

With contributions by international scholars and practitioners, this book discusses both the theoretical and practical approaches toward successful crisis and disaster management

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Published Wallingford: CABI, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Brent W. Ritchie and Kom Campiranon
ISBN: 178064325X, 1780643268, 9781780643250, 9781780643267
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 264 pages.
Series: CABI series in tourism management series
Subject: Tourism Asia.; Tourism Pacific Area.; Emergency management Pacific Area.; Geography.; Emergency management Asia.
Series Title: CABI series in tourism management series.


  1. INTRODUCTION 1 Introduction: Major themes and perspectives
  2. PREVENTION AND PREPAREDNESS 2: Conceptualising organisational resilience in tourism disaster and crisis management
  3. 3: Theoretical perspectives on crimes against tourists The influence of organisational culture on crisis planning: An application of the competing value framework in Chinese hotels
  4. 4: How does crisis leadership influence effective crisis readiness?
  5. 5: Collaborative communication networks: An application in Indonesia
  6. RESPONSE AND RECOVERY 6: Integrating tourism into disaster recovery management - The case of the Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami 2011
  7. 7: An analysis of the tourism industry's management responses to political crises in Thailand
  8. 8: From tsunami to recovery: The resilience of Sri Lankan tourism industry
  9. 9: Analysing the impact of the 2011 natural disasters on the Central Queensland tourism industry
  10. 10: The global financial crisis' influence on Chinese outbound travel market: A case study of the Shanghai regional market
  11. 11: The development of a trans-national tourism risk, crisis and recovery management network
  12. 12: The development of new tourism networks to respond to, and recover from the 2011 Christchurch Earthquake
  13. RESOLUTION, LEARNING AND FEEDBACK 13: Ecotourism as a sustainable recovery tool after an earthquake
  14. 14: The devastation of Darwin: Representing the recovery and reconstruction of Australia after Cyclone Tracy
  15. CONCLUSION AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS 15: Conclusions and future directions