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 Sustainable Tourism: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences
Edited by Stephen Page and Joanne Connell
Volume 1 Development and Understanding of the Sustainable Tourism Concept
General Introduction
Introduction to volume 1
Part 1: Evolution of Sustainability
1.	D. Pepper, ?Modern roots of ecocentrism?, in Modern Environmentalism: An 
Introduction (London: Routledge, 1996), pp. 168-237. 
2.	M. Redclift, ?The meaning of sustainable development?, Geoforum 23, 3, 1992, 
pp. 395-403. 
3.	G. O. Carvalho, ?Sustainable development: Is it achievable within the existing 
international political economy context??, Sustainable Development 9, 1, 2001, 
pp. 61-73. 
4.	J. Robinson, ?Squaring the circle? Some thoughts on the idea of sustainable 
development?, Ecological Economics 48, 4, 2004, pp. 369-384. 
5.	World Summit on Sustainable Development, ?The Johannesburg Declaration on 
Sustainable Development?, Environmental Policy and Law 32, 5, 2002, pp. 234-
Part 2: Precursors of the Sustainable Tourism Concept
6.	C. Zierer, ?Tourism and recreation in the west?, Geographical Review 42, 1952, 
pp. 462-481.
7.	E. Mishan, Excerpt from The Costs of Economic Growth (Harmondsworth: 
Penguin), 1969, pp. 140-143.
8.	G. Budowski, ?Tourism and environmental conservation: conflict, co-existence or 
symbiosis??, Environmental Conservation 3, 1, 1976, pp. 27-31.
9.	M. Romeril, ?Tourism and the environment - accord or discord??, Tourism 
Management 10, 3, 1989, pp. 204-208. 
10.	B. Farrell and D. Runyan, ?Ecology and tourism?, Annals of Tourism Research 18, 
l, 1991, pp. 26-40.
11.	J. Krippendorf, ?About the concept of a balanced tourist development?, The 
Holidaymakers: Understanding the Impact of Leisure and Travel, (Oxford: 
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1987), pp. 115-124. 
12.	S. J. Page and R. Dowling, ?Tourism and the environment?, Ecotourism (Harlow: 
Pearson, 2002), pp. 35-54. 
Part 3: Defining and Conceptualising Sustainable Tourism
13.	UN-WTO (2004) Sustainable Development of Tourism Conceptual Definition 
14.	J. Saarinen, ?Traditions of sustainability in tourism studies?, Annals of Tourism 
Research 33, 4, 2006, pp. 1121-1140. 
15.	J. Clarke, ?A framework of approaches to 
sustainable tourism?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 
5, 3, 1997, pp. 224-233. 
16.	M. Mowforth and I. Munt, ?Tourism and sustainability?, Tourism and 
Sustainability: Development and New Tourism in the Third World (London: 
Routledge, 2006), pp. 80-114.
17.	A. Hardy, R. J. S. Beeton and L. Pearson, ?Sustainable tourism: an overview of 
the concept and its position in relation to conceptualisations of tourism?, Journal 
of Sustainable Tourism 10, 6, 2002, pp. 475-496.
18.	C. Hunter, ?Sustainable tourism as an adaptive paradigm?, Annals of Tourism 
Research 24, 4, 1997, pp. 850-867. 
19.	T. G. Acott, H. L. La Trobe and S. H. Howard, ?An evaluation of deep ecotourism 
and shallow ecotourism?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 6, 3, 1998, pp. 238-253. 
20.	H. Briassoulis, ?Sustainable tourism and the question of the commons?, Annals of 
Tourism Research 29, 4, 2002, pp. 1065-1085. 
21.	H. Muller, ?The thorny path to sustainable tourism development?, Journal of 
Sustainable Tourism 2, 3, 1994, pp. 131-136. 
22.	G. Wall, ?Sustainable tourism ? unsustainable development?, S. Wahab and J. J. 
Pigram (eds.) Tourism, Development and Growth: The Challenge of 
Sustainability (London: Routledge, 1997) pp. 33-49.
23.	B. Garrod and A. Fyall, ?Beyond the rhetoric of sustainable tourism??, Tourism 
Management, 19, 3, 1998, pp. 199-212.
24.	B. Wheeller, ?Tourism?s troubled times: responsible tourism is not the answer? 
Tourism Management 12, 2, 1991, pp. 91-96. 
25.	Z. Liu, ?Sustainable tourism development: a critique?, Journal of Sustainable 
Tourism 11, 6, 2003, pp. 459-475. 
Volume 2 The Impacts of Tourism
Introduction to volume 2
Part 4: Environmental Perspectives
26.	E. Cohen, ?The impact of tourism on the physical environment?, Annals of 
Tourism Research 5, 2, 1978, pp. 215-237. 
27.	C. Hunter and H. Green, ?The environmental impacts of tourism?, Tourism and 
the Environment: A Sustainable Relationship? (London: Routledge, 1995), pp. 
28.	R. W. Butler, ?Tourism and the environment: a geographical perspective?, 
Tourism Geographies 2, 3, 2000, pp. 337-358. 
29.	J. Pollard and R. D. Rodriguez, ?Tourism and Torremolinos: recession or reaction 
to environment??, Tourism Management 14, 4, 1993, pp. 247-258. 
30.	I. Kavallinis and A. Pizam, ?The environmental impacts of tourism ? whose 
responsibility is it anyway? The case study of Mykonos?, Journal of Travel 
Research 33, 2, 1994, pp. 26-32. 
31.	D. Sun and D. Walsh, ?Review of studies on environmental impacts of recreation 
and tourism in Australia?, Journal of Environmental Management 5, 4, 1998, pp. 
32.	S. Gossling, ?Global environmental consequences of tourism?, Global 
Environment Change 12, 4, 2002, pp. 283-302. 
33.	D. Weaver and L. Lawton, ?Twenty years on: Contemporary ecotourism 
research?, Tourism Management, 2007, in press
34.	M. Orams, ?The impacts of marine tourism?, Marine Tourism: Development, 
Impacts and Management (London: Routledge, 1999), pp. 56-70.
Part 5: Social and Cultural Perspectives
35.	R. W. Butler, ?The social implications of tourist developments?, Annals of 
Tourism Research 2, 2, 1974, pp. 100-111. 
36.	N. Douglas and N. Douglas, ?Social and cultural impact of tourism in the South 
Pacific?, C. M. Hall and S. J. Page (eds), Tourism in the Pacific: Issues and Cases 
(London: Thomson, 1996), pp. 49-64.
37.	G. V. Doxey, ?A causation theory of visitor-resident irritants: methodology and 
research inferences?. Paper given at San Diego, California, The Travel Research 
Association Conference no.6. TTRA 1975, pp.195-198. 
38.	A. Pizam, ?Tourism?s impacts: the social costs to the destination community as 
perceived by its residents?, Journal of Travel Research 16, 1, 1978, pp. 8-12.
39.	J. Ap and J. L. Crompton, ?Residents? strategies for responding to tourism 
impacts?, Journal of Travel Research 32, 1, 1993, pp. 47-50. 
40.	S. J. Page and G. Lawton, ?The impact of urban tourism on destination 
communities: implications for community tourism planning in Auckland?, C. M. 
Hall, J. Jenkins and G Kearsley (eds), Tourism Planning and Policy in Australia 
and New Zealand: Cases, Issues and Practice. (Roseville: McGraw Hill 
Australia, 1997), pp. 209-226.
41.	J. Connell, ?What?s the Story in Balamory?? The impacts of a children?s TV 
programme on small tourism enterprises on the Isle of Mull, Scotland?, Journal of 
Sustainable Tourism, 13, 3, 2005, pp. 228-255. 
42.	B. McKercher, ?Some fundamental truths about tourism: understanding tourism's 
social and environmental impacts?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 1, 1, 1993, 
pp. 6-16.
Part 6: Economic, Political and Developing World Perspectives
43.	L. Turner, ?The international division of leisure: tourism and the Third World?, 
World Development 4, 3, 1976, pp. 253-260. 
44.	E. De Kadt, ?Politics, planning and control?, E. De Kadt (ed.) Tourism: Passport 
to Development (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1979), pp. 18-33.
45.	S. G. Britton, ?The political economy of tourism in the third world?, Annals of 
Tourism Research 9, 3, 1982, pp. 331-358. 28pp.
46.	W. R. Fleming and L. Toepper ?Economic impact studies: Relating the positive 
and negative impacts to tourism development?, Journal of Travel Research 29, 1, 
1990, pp. 35-42. 
47.	N. Vanhove, ?Mass tourism: benefits and costs?, in S. Wahab and J.J. Pigram 
(eds), Tourism, Development and Growth: The Challenge of Sustainability 
(London: Routledge, 1997), pp. 50-77. 
Volume 3 The Application of Sustainable Tourism Principles to Practice
Introduction to volume 3
Part 7: Sustainable Tourism Destination Development 
48.	A. P. Russo, ?The ?vicious circle? of tourism development in heritage cities?, 
Annals of Tourism Research 29, 1, 2002, pp. 165-182. 
49.	E. Cater, ?Tourism in the Yunnan Great Rivers National Parks System Project: 
prospects for sustainability?, Tourism Geographies 2, 4, 2000, pp. 472- 489. 
50.	I. Sindiga, ?Alternative tourism and sustainable development in Kenya?, Journal 
of Sustainable Tourism 7, 2, 1999, pp. 108-127. 
51.	C. Tosun, ?Challenges of sustainable tourism development in the developing 
world: the case of Turkey?, Tourism Management 22, 2001, pp. 289-303.
52.	T. Dorji, ?Sustainability of tourism in Bhutan?, Journal of Bhutan Studies 3, 1, 
2001, pp. 84-104. 
53.	J. F. Vera Rebollo and J. A. Ivars Baidal, ?Measuring sustainability in a mass 
tourist destination: pressures, perceptions and policy responses in Torrevieja, 
Spain?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 11, 2&3, 2003, pp. 181-203. 
Part 8: Developments in the Tourism Industry
54.	J. J. Pigram, ?Best practice environmental management and the tourism industry?, Progress in Tourism and Hospitality 
Research 2, 1996, pp. 261-271. 
55.	J. De Burgos-Jimenez, J. et al, ?Planning and control of environmental performance in hotels?, Journal of Sustainable 
Tourism 10, 3, 2002, pp. 207-221.
56.	S. Carey, Y. Gountas and D. Gilbert, ?Tour operators and destination sustainability?, Tourism Management 18, 7, 1997, pp. 
57.	J. K. Lynes and D. Dredge, ?Going green: motivations for environmental commitment in the airline industry. A case study 
of Scandinavian Airlines. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 14, 2, 2006, pp. 116-138. 
58.	S. Berry and A. Ladkin, ?Sustainable tourism: a regional perspective?, Tourism Management 18, 7, 1997, pp. 433-440. 
59.	K. Hobson and S. Essex, ?Sustainable tourism: a view from accommodation 
businesses?, Service Industries Journal 21, 4, 2001, pp. 133-146.
60.	H. Dewhurst and R. Thomas, ?Encouraging sustainable business practices in a 
non-regulatory environment: a case study of small tourism firms in a UK national 
park?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 11, 5, 2003, pp. 383-403.
Part 9: The Sustainable Tourist?
61.	G. Miller, ?Consumerism in sustainable tourism: a survey of UK consumers?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 11, 1, 2003, 
pp. 17-39. 
62.	S. Bohler, S. Grischkart, S. Haustein and M. Hunecke, ?Encouraging environmentally sustainable holiday travel?, 
Transportation Research Part A 40, 2006, pp. 652-670. 
Part 10: Community Involvement in Sustainable Tourism
63.	P. E. Murphy, ?Tourism as a community industry?, in Tourism: A Community 
Approach (London: Routledge, 1985), pp. 166-176.
64.	B. Faulkner, ?Tourism development options in Indonesia and the case of agro-
tourism in Central Java?, in E. Laws, B. Faulkner and G. Moscardo (eds.), 
Embracing and Managing Change in Tourism: International Case Studies 
(London: Routledge, 1998), pp. 202-221.
65.	M. Smith and R. Duffy, ?Ethics and Sustainable Tourism?, in The Ethics of 
Tourism Development (London: Routledge, 2003), pp. 135-159.
Volume 4 Planning and Managing Sustainable Tourism: Policy and Progress
Introduction to volume 4
Part 11: Planning and Policy for Sustainable Tourism
66.	E. Inskeep, ?Environmental planning for tourism?, Annals of Tourism Research 
14, 1, 1987, pp. 118-135. 
67.	?UN-WTO Tourism in the WSSD Final Plan of Implementation?, 
68.	P. Dieke, ?Tourism in the Gambia: some issues in development policy?, World 
Development 21, 2, 1993, pp. 277-289.
69.	S. J. Page and K. J. Thorn, ?Towards sustainable tourism planning in New 
Zealand: public sector planning responses?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 5, 1, 
1997, pp. 59-77. 
70.	S. J. Page and K. Thorn, ?Towards sustainable tourism development and planning 
in New Zealand: the public sector response revisited?, Journal of Sustainable 
Tourism 10, 3, 2002, pp. 222-238.
71.	J. Vernon, S. Essex, D. Pinder and K. Curry, ?Collaborative policymaking: local 
sustainable projects?, Annals of Tourism Research 32, 2, 2005, pp. 325-345. 
72.	B. Le Pelley and E. Laws, ?A stakeholder-benefits approach to tourism 
management in a historic city centre: the Canterbury City Centre Initiative?, in E. 
Laws, B. Faulkner and G. Moscardo (eds.), Embracing and Managing Change in 
Tourism: International Case Studies (London: Routledge, 1998), pp. 70-94. 
73.	D. A. Fennell and K. Ebert, ?Tourism and the precautionary principle?, Journal of 
Sustainable Tourism 12, 6, 2004, pp. 461-479. 
Part 12: Developing Methodologies to Measure and Monitor Tourism Impacts and 
Progress in Sustainable Tourism
74.	S. F. McCool and D. W. Lime, ?Tourism carrying capacity: tempting fantasy or 
useful reality??, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 9, 5, 2001, pp. 372-388. 
75.	B. Faulkner and C. Tideswell, ?A framework for monitoring community impacts 
of tourism?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 5, 1, 1997, pp. 3-28.
76.	H. Choi and E. Sirakaya, ?Measuring residents? attitude towards sustainable 
tourism: development of sustainable tourism attitude scale?, Journal of Travel 
Research 43, 4, 2005, pp. 380-394. 
77.	B, Goodall, ?Environmental auditing for tourism?, in C. Cooper and A. Lockwood 
(eds), Progress in Tourism, Recreation and Hospitality Management 4, 1992, pp. 
78.	S. J. Page, ?Perspectives on the environmental impact of the Channel Tunnel on 
tourism in the 1990s?, in C. Cooper and A. Lockwood (eds), Progress in Tourism, 
Recreation and Hospitality Management 4, 1992, pp 82-102. 
79.	B. Goodall and M. Stabler, ?Environmental standards and performance 
measurement in tourism destination development?, D. Hall and G. Richards (eds), 
Tourism and Sustainable Community Development (London: Routledge, 2000), 
pp. 63-82.
80.	X. Font, ?Environmental certification in tourism and hospitality: progress, process 
and prospects?, Tourism Management 23, 4, 2002, pp. 197?205. 
81.	G. Hughes, ?Environmental indicators?, Annals of Tourism Research 29, 2, 2002, 
pp. 457-477. 
82.	S. Dymond, ?Indicators of sustainable tourism in New Zealand: a local 
government perspective?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 5, 4, 1997, pp. 279-293. 
83.	C. Hunter and J. Shaw, ?The ecological footprint as a key indicator of sustainable 
tourism?, Tourism Management 28, 1, 2007, pp. 46-57.
Part 13: Future Directions for Sustainable Tourism
84.	B. McKercher, ?The unrecognized threat to tourism: can tourism survive 
?sustainability???, Tourism Management 14, 2, 1993, pp. 131-136. 
85.	B. Farrell and L. Twining-Ward, ?Seven steps towards sustainability: tourism in 
the context of new knowledge?, Journal of Sustainable Tourism 13, 2, 2005, pp. 
86.	Future Foundation, ?Sustainable Tourism in Scotland?. London: Future 
Foundation, 2006, pp. 1-37. 
87.	M. Williamson, ?Protection of the space environment: the first small steps?, 
Advances in Space Research 34 (no.), pp. 2338-2343.

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