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Event evaluation: theory and methods for event management and tourism

Event evaluation: theory and methods for event management and tourism

Getz, Donald, 1949- author

A textbook and reference work on evaluation intended for event management and event tourism. Drawing upon generic evaluation theory and methods, event and tourism research and real-world experiences, it provides concepts and tools for a comprehensive evaluation system and the implementation of evaluation projects

eBook, Paperback, Electronic resource, Book. English.
Published Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, [2018]
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Donald Getz, PhD
ISBN: 191139665X, 9781911396659
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: x, 178 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm.
Series: Events management theory and methods series
Subject: Tourism.; Special events Evaluation.; Customs and Folklore.; Special events Management.
Series Title: Events management theory and methods series.

Contents

  1. BASIC CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS
  2. VALUE, VALUES AND EVALUATION
  3. THEORY
  4. A MODEL OF THE EVENT EVALUATION PROCESS
  5. METHODS, MEASURES, AND PLANNING AN EVALUATION PROJECT
  6. ESTABLISHING THE EVALUATION SYSTEM
  7. GOALS AND GOAL ATTAINMENT
  8. EVALUATING THE ORGANISATION (PART 1)
  9. EVALUATING THE ORGANISATION (PART 2)
  10. EVALUATING VISITORS and EXPERIENCES
  11. QUALITY EVALUATION
  12. EVALUATING HUMAN RESOURCES
  13. EVALUATION IN DIFFERENT TYPES OF PLANNED EVENT References Index