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Chapter 1: Tourism development trajectories: From culture to creativity? Greg Richards and Julie Wilson Part 1: SPACES, ENCLAVES AND CLUSTERS Chapter 2: Creativity and tourism in rural environments Paul Cloke Chapter 3: From Fantasy City to Creative City John Hannigan Chapter 4: Creative spaces, tourism and the city Graeme Evans Chapter 5: Tourists, the creative class and distinctive areas in major cities: The roles of visitors and residents in developing new tourism areas Robert Maitland Part 2: BUILDING CREATIVE TOURISM SUPPLY Chapter 6: Creative tourism supply: Creating culturally empathetic destinations Richard Prentice and Vivien Andersen Chapter 7: Tourist quality labels: An incentive for the sustainable development of creative clusters as tourist attractions? Walter Santagata, Antonio Paolo Russo and Giovanna Segre Chapter 8: Creativity in tourism experiences: The case of Sitges Esther Binkhorst Chapter 9: Creative Tourism New Zealand: The practical challenges of developing creative tourism Crispin Raymond Part 3: CONSUMING LIFESTYLES Chapter 10: Student communities as creative landscapers: Evidence from Venice Antonio Paolo Russo and Albert Arias Sans Chapter 11: Amsterdam as a gay tourism destination in the twenty-first century Stephen Hodes, Jacques Vork, Roos Gerritsma and Karin Bras Chapter 12: Ethnic Quarters in the cosmopolitan-creative city Stephen Shaw Chapter 13: Ethnic entrepreneurs, ethnic precincts and tourism: The case of Sydney, Australia Jock Collins and Patrick Kunz Part 4: CREATIVE INDUSTRIES AND TOURISM Chapter 14: Economic clustering, tourism and the creative industries in Plymouth: Developing a practical tool for impact assessment Kevin Meethan and Julian Beer Chapter 15: Creative industries and tourism in the developing world: The example of South Africa Christian Rogerson Chapter 16: Creative industries and tourism in Singapore Can-Seng Ooi CONCLUSIONS Chapter 17: Creativities in tourism development Greg Richards and Julie Wilson
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