The Routledge Handbook of Community Based Tourism Management

Concepts, Issues & Implications

Sandeep Kumar Walia (Redaktør)

This Handbook offers an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of core themes and concepts in community-based tourism management. Providing interdisciplinary insights from leading international scholars, this is the first book to critically examine the current status of community-based tourism. Les mer
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This Handbook offers an up-to-date and comprehensive overview of core themes and concepts in community-based tourism management. Providing interdisciplinary insights from leading international scholars, this is the first book to critically examine the current status of community-based tourism.


Organised into five parts, the Handbook provides cutting-edge perspectives on issues such as Indigenous communities, tourism and the environment, sustainability, and the impact of digital communities. Part 1 introduces core concepts and methodologies, and distinguishes community products from other tourism and hospitality goods. Part 2 explores communities' attitudes towards tourism development and their engagement with and ownership of the process. It also delves into the role of community- based tourism, under the influence of governmental policies, in the economic and social development of a region. In Part 3 various management, marketing, and branding initiatives are identified as a means of expanding the tourism business. Part 4 examines the negative impacts of mass tourism and its threats to culture, tradition, identity, the built environment, and natural heritage. In the final and fifth part, future challenges and opportunities for community-based tourism initiatives are considered, and research-based sustainable solutions are proposed. Overall, the book considers engaging local populations in tourism development as a way of building stronger and more resilient communities.


This Handbook fills a void in the current research and thus will appeal to scholars, students, and practitioners interested in tourism management, tourism geography, business studies, development policy and practice, regional development, conservation, and sustainability.

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Part 1: Introduction to Community Based Tourism and Community Based Tourism Initiatives


1. Community Based Tourism: A Preamble from Literature


Sandeep K. Walia


2. Harmonic Tourism Methodology: A Proposal for Tourism Planning in Rural Communities


Daniela Palmas Castrejon, Rocio del Carmen Serrano Barquin and Alberto Amore


3. Overview of Community-Based Tourism: From History to Evaluation Framework


Yusuke Ishihara


4. Understanding the Facilitators and Inhibitors of Community Based Tourism: A Case Study of Dharamshala


Aruditya Jasrotia and Amit Gangotia


5. A Longitudinal Study of Articles Published on Community-Based Tourism and Sustainable Development: Reflections and Their Applicabilities in the Scope and on Web of Science Databases for the Period from 1998 to 2018


Luciana Aparecida Barbieri da Rosa, Maria Carolina Martins Rodrigues, Caroline Rosseto Camargo, et al.


6. Ethno-Ecological Community-Based Tourism from Within: Quilombo Tourism and the Quest for Sustainability in Brazil


Carla Guerron Montero, Laura Santos and Daniela Santos


7. Local Culture, Society and Resources as Products for Tourism Development at "El Cisne" Parish


Veronica Mora-Jacome, Christian Vinan-Mereci and Alex-Paul Ludena-Reyes


8. Community Based Tourism, A Means Toward Cultural Heritage Preservation: The Case of Cante Alentejano (Alentejo, Portugal)


Sonia Moreira Cabeca


9. Social Movements and Community-Based Tourism: The Case of Pichilemu


Octavio Barrientos A., Glen Croy, Jagjit Plahe and Peter Holland


Part 2: Community Based Tourism Initiatives and Community Engagement


10. The Role of Women's Leadership in Community Based Tourism Development: The Case of Kursunlu Village, Turkey


Sila Karacaoglu and Medet Yolal


11. Sustainable Initiatives for Community Based Tourism Development


Azizul Hassan


12. Role and Participation of Young People and Women in "El Cisne" Parish, Based on the Development of Religious Tourism


Estefania Sanchez-Cevallos, Ana Patricia Armijos Maurad and Veronica Mora-Jacome


13. CBT in Rural Peripheral Areas: An Italian Case Study of Territorial Engagement and Requalification


Rita Salvatore, Emilio Cocco and Anna Mines


14. Contested Perspectives Towards the Benefits of Community-Based Tourism: A Case Study from Lombok, Indonesia


Lotte Kuijstermans


15. Social Capital and Community-Based Tourism: The Case of San Juan Atzingo, Mexico


Andrea Edurne Jimenez Ruiz and Bailey Ashton Adie


16. The Role of Community-Based Tourism Initiatives in Socio-Economic Development


Eva Maria Jernsand and Helena Kraff


Part 3: Management of Community Based Tourism and Initiatives


17. Contribution to a Management Model for the Parish of El Cisne: An Alternative for the Development of Rural Tourism


Tania-Jackeline Ochoa-Ochoa, Alex-Paul Ludena-Reyes and Ana Patricia Armijos Maurad


18. Tour Guides Roles and Responsibilities on Community Based Tourism Approach


Gul ERKOL BAYRAM


19. Community-Based Homestay Tourism and Social Inclusion


Kishor Chitrakar, Neil Carr and Julia N. Albrecht


20. Community-Based Tourism, Heritage Conservation and Improved Urban Design-Santa Maria del Tule, Oaxaca, Mexico


Daniel Barrera-Fernandez and Marco Hernandez-Escampa


21. Community Readiness to Green Tourism Initiatives in Less Developed Parks: Lessons from Communities Around Saadani National Park


Agnes Sirima and Maria Mngulwi


22. Managerial Capabilities of a CBTI in Transforming Communities into CBTEs: A Case Practice


Emre ERBAS and Utku ONGUN


23. Social Media and Destination Development: The Case of Community-Based Tourism


Raymond Rastegar and Zohreh (Zara) Zarezadeh


24. Successful Community-Based Tourism in Africa: Lessons from Uganda and Kenya


Albert. J. Strydom, Dinah Mangope and Unathi Sonwabile Henama


25. Critical Success Factors for Community-Related Corporate Social Responsibility in the Hotel Sector: A Literature Review


Bussalin Khuadthong and Azilah Kasim


Part 4: Paradoxes of Community Based Tourism and Initiatives


26. Paradoxes of Travelling Alone: Analyzing the Role of Local Community Towards Value Creation Among Women Travelers in India


Parvinder Kour


27. The Role of Children and Resort Mini-Clubs in Community Based Tourism


Hugues SERAPHIN and Maximiliano Korstanje


28. Saving the Leatherback Turtle in Grande Riviere, Trinidad: Community Engagement at Work


Johnny Coomansingh


29. OverTourism in Communities


Gunay EROL and Ebru DUESMEZKALENDER


30. Rethinking CBT in Response to Climate Change


Kamrul Hassan and Jannatul Ferdaus


Part 5: Future Challenges and Opportunities for Community Based Tourism and Initiatives


31. Rural Tourism in Asia: Evaluating the Challenges to Maximize Benefits to Rural Communities


Gamini Herath and Wai Ching Poon


32. Assessing Sustainable Community-Based Tourism Development in Thailand


Uraiporn Kattiyapornpong and Chatchasorn Chuntamara


33. Sustaining Indigenous Tourism in Bocas del Toro, Panama: An Assessment of Indigenous Tour Operators and Hotel Management's Perspectives


Anastasia Furnari, Rachel Gates, Olivia Lopez, and Leon Mach


34. Attractions with Religious Importance and Community-Based Tourism


Azizul Hassan


35. Analysis of the Empowerment Level in the Community of Saraguro in the Development of Tourism


Estefania Sanchez Cevallos, Natalia Bustamante Sanchez and Christian VinanMereci


36. Community-Based Events and Social Entrepreneurship: Evidences from Piedmont, Italy


Antonella Capriello


37. Bikes Without Borders: Transboundary Tourism, Collaboration, and Rural Development in Montenegro


Greg Ringer and Andriela Vitic - Cetkovic


38. Rethinking Engagements with Indigenous Communities Through Tourism


Puvaneswaran Kunasekaran and Jeetesh Kumar


39. Exploring the New Horizons of Community Based Tourism in Emerging Economies


Toney K. Thomas


40. The Imminent Future of Community-Based Tourism: An Authentic Way of Experiencing the World


Sandeep K. Walia and Pooja Choudhary

Om forfatteren

Sandeep Kumar Walia is presently working as Associate Professor and Head of Department in the School of Hotel Management and Tourism at Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar, Punjab, India. He is an alumnus of Himachal Pradesh University Shimla and IGNOU (Indira Gandhi National Open University), New Delhi. His areas of interest are community-based tourism, tourism marketing, and cultural and spiritual tourism.