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Alternative Tourism in Turkey : Role, Potential Development and Sustainability

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Alternative Tourism in Turkey : Role, Potential Development and Sustainability
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Alternative Tourism in Turkey
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Role, Potential Development and Sustainability
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v.121
Alternative Tourism in Turkey : Role, Potential Development and Sustainability
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Alternative Tourism in Turkey : Role, Potential Development and Sustainability
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Editor and Contributors -- Setting the Context -- 1 Globalization, Mass Tourism, and Sustainable Development -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Mass Tourism -- 1.3 Tourism and Globalization -- 1.4 Sustainable Development, Sustainability and Sustainable Tourism -- 1.5 Introducing the Chapters in Part I -- References -- 2 History of Tourism Development in Turkey -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Earlier Attempts of Tourism Development -- 2.3 Tourism Development During the Planned Era -- 2.4 Governance, Mass Tourism, and Sustainability -- 2.5 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Tourism and Sustainability in Turkey: Negative Impact of Mass Tourism Development -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Environmental Problems -- 3.2.1 Water Consumption -- 3.2.2 Water Pollution -- 3.3 Impact on Coastal Ecosystems -- 3.4 Overconsumption of Other Resources -- 3.5 Air, Ground, and Noise Pollution -- 3.6 Social Problems -- 3.7 Cultural Impact of Mass Tourism Development -- 3.8 Economic Benefits Are Fewer Than Claimed -- 3.9 Discussion and Conclusions -- References -- Introducing Alternative Tourism -- 4 Alternative Tourism: Definition and Characteristics -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Possible Solutions to Solve the Problems Created by Mass Tourism -- 4.3 Alternative Tourism -- 4.4 Alternative Tourism in Turkey -- 4.5 Introducing the Case Studies -- References -- 5 Nature-Based Tourism in Turkey: The Yayla in Turkey's Eastern Black Sea Region -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Global and Turkish Nature-Based Tourism -- 5.2.1 Socio-economic Features of the Black Sea Region -- 5.3 Case Study I: Ayder Yayla -- 5.4 Case Study II: The Kackar Yayla -- 5.5 Conclusion and Suggestions -- References -- 6 Geotourism in Turkey -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.1.1 Introducing Turkey -- 6.1.2 Geotourism Development in Turkey and Its Issues -- 6.1.3 Turkey's Geotourism Resources -- 6.1.3.1 Mountain Areas
  • 6.1.3.2 Volcanic Features -- 6.1.3.3 Water Features -- 6.1.3.4 Other Features -- 6.1.3.5 National Parks -- 6.1.4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 7 Between Traditional and Modern: Thermal Tourism in Turkey -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Conceptual Framework -- 7.3 Thermal Tourism in the World -- 7.4 Thermal Tourism in Turkey -- 7.4.1 The Past and Present of Thermal Tourism in Turkey -- 7.4.2 The Supply and Demand for Thermal Tourism in Turkey -- 7.4.3 The Future of Thermal Tourism in Turkey -- 7.5 Conclusion -- References -- 8 Great Potential of the Colourful Cultural Heritage of Turkey: Ethnic Tourism -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Historical Background to the Connections of Ethnic Tourism -- 8.3 Minorities and Chief Ethnic and Subcultural Groups in the Ethnic Tourism of Turkey Today -- 8.4 Main Attractions of Ethnic Tourism -- 8.5 Migration-Related Ethnic Origin Visits and Meetings in Turkey -- 8.6 Visits to Relatives -- 8.7 Festivals and Events as Destinations for Ethnic Tourism -- 8.7.1 Events of Romanies -- 8.7.2 Camel Wrestling Festivals of Yuruks -- 8.8 Places in Which Ethnic and Cultural Characteristics Provide Attractiveness in Tourism -- 8.9 Conclusion -- References -- 9 Festivals as a Short-Duration Tourism Attraction in Turkey -- 9.1 A Review of Events and Festivals -- 9.2 A Contemporary Approach to Festivals -- 9.3 An Overlook to Festivals in Turkey -- 9.4 Conclusion -- References -- 10 Religious Tourism in Turkey -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Literature -- 10.2.1 Pilgrimage and Religious Tourism -- 10.2.2 Motivations of Religious Tourists -- 10.2.3 Religious Tourism Market -- 10.2.4 Religious Tourism Potential in Turkey -- 10.2.4.1 Sacred Places for Christianity -- 10.2.4.2 Sacred Places for Islam -- 10.2.4.3 Sacred Places for Judaism -- 10.2.5 Conclusion and Recommendations -- References
  • 11 Dark Tourism and Its Potential in Turkey -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.1.1 Dark Tourism Definitions -- 11.1.2 The Scope and Perspectives of Dark Tourism -- 11.1.3 Types of Dark Tourism -- 11.1.4 Visitor Motivations Driving Dark Tourism -- 11.2 Dark Tourism Potential of Turkey -- 11.2.1 Sinop Prison Museum, Sinop -- 11.2.2 Gallipoli: Cemeteries, Çanakkale -- 11.2.3 The August 17, 1999 Earthquake and Culture Museum, Adapazarı -- 11.2.4 Dolmabahçe Palace, Istanbul -- 11.2.5 Anıtkabir Atatürk Mausoleum and Museum, Ankara -- 11.2.6 Ulucanlar Prison Museum, Ankara -- 11.2.7 Dumlupınar Martyrdom, Kütahya -- 11.2.8 State Cemetery Museum, Ankara -- 11.2.9 Sakarya Martyrs Victory Monument and Museum, Sakarya -- 11.3 Conclusion -- References -- 12 Medical Tourism -- 12.1 Medical Tourism: What Is and What Is Not? -- 12.2 General Overview on Medical Tourism in the World -- 12.3 What Is the Current State of Development in Turkey? -- 12.4 What Is the Potential for Further Development in the Future? -- 12.5 Challenges -- 12.6 Conclusion -- References -- 13 Shopping and Tourism in Turkey: The Perfect Combination -- 13.1 Introduction -- 13.2 Tourism and Shopping -- 13.3 Shopping Tourism in Turkey -- 13.3.1 Cross-Border Shopping Tourism in Turkey -- 13.3.2 Traditional Shopping Centers -- 13.3.3 Modern Shopping Centers -- 13.3.3.1 High Street Shopping -- 13.3.3.2 Mall Tourism -- 13.4 Shopping Festivals -- 13.5 Tourists from the Middle East and Shopping -- 13.6 Conclusion -- References -- 14 Local Gastronomy: A Tasty Tourist Attraction in Turkey -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Definition of Terms -- 14.3 Growth of Gastronomic Tourism -- 14.4 Importance of Gastronomic Tourism -- 14.5 Regional Cuisines in Turkey -- 14.5.1 Marmara Region -- 14.5.2 Aegean Region -- 14.5.3 Mediterranean Region -- 14.5.4 Southeastern Region -- 14.5.5 Eastern Anatolia -- 14.5.6 Black Sea Region
  • 14.5.7 Central Anatolia Region -- 14.6 Gastronomic Tourism in Turkey -- 14.7 Wine Tourism in Turkey -- 14.8 Conclusion -- References -- 15 Geography of Turkish Soap Operas: Tourism, Soft Power, and Alternative Narratives -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 Turkish Soap Operas Abroad -- 15.3 Social Challenges and Alternative Narratives -- 15.4 Conclusion -- References -- 16 The Role and Potential of Halal Tourism in Turkey -- 16.1 Introduction: Clarifying the Basic Concepts -- 16.2 Islam and Tourism -- 16.3 Halal (Islam-Compliant) Tourism -- 16.3.1 Dress Code -- 16.3.2 Privacy and Family -- 16.3.3 Halal Food Service -- 16.3.4 Other Requirements of Islam-Compliant Tourism -- 16.4 The Situation of Halal Tourism in Turkey -- 16.5 Conclusion -- References -- Assessing Alternative Tourism -- 17 Post-Fordism, Alternative Tourism and Sustainability -- 17.1 Alternative Tourism and Post-Fordism -- 17.2 Alternative Tourism and Sustainable Development -- 17.3 Introducing the Chapters -- References -- 18 Beyond Fordism and Flexible Specialization in Antalya's Mass-Tourism Economy -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 From Fordism to Flexible Specialization? -- 18.3 Antalya's Booming Non-Fordist Mass-Tourism -- 18.4 Variety of Tourism Value-Chains from the Netherlands to Antalya -- 18.5 Antalya's Two Micro-Models of Tourism Capitalism -- 18.6 Very Asymmetric Capital-Labour Relations -- 18.7 Antalya's Mass-Tourism Growth has Triggered Economic Diversification -- 18.8 Innovations in Antalya's Hotels and Restaurants -- 18.9 Conclusion -- References -- 19 An Alternative View of Ecotourism with a Specific Reference to Turkey -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 General Background on the Nature of Ecotourism -- 19.3 Ecotourism in Turkey -- 19.3.1 Ecotourism as Business -- 19.3.1.1 Tourism Accommodations -- 19.3.1.2 Transportation -- 19.3.1.3 Travel Agencies and Tour Operators
  • 19.3.2 Local Destinations: Mystified, Packaged, and Sold -- 19.3.3 Ecotourism for Enjoyment and Profit from Local Areas -- 19.3.4 Conservation and Biodiversity via Ecotourism -- 19.3.5 Ecotourists as Customers and Users -- 19.3.6 State as Regulator and Promoter of Ecotourism -- 19.3.7 Environmental Policy of Tourism and Allied Sectors: Words and Deeds -- 19.3.8 Academic Interest in and Studies on Ecotourism -- 19.4 Conclusion -- References -- 20 The Challenges on Sustainability of Alternative Forms of Tourism -- 20.1 Introduction -- 20.2 Sustainability Issues and Expectations from Alternative Tourism -- 20.3 The Case of Bursa: Alternative Tourism Potentials and Challenges -- 20.3.1 A Tourism Vision of Bursa and the Potentials of Alternative Tourism -- 20.3.2 Challenges on Sustainability and Alternative Tourism as a Combination of Culture, Nature, and Rural Development: The Case of Cumalıkızık -- 20.4 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 21 Community-Based Tourism as Sustainable Development -- 21.1 Introduction -- 21.2 CBT Projects as Sustainable Development in Turkey -- 21.3 CBT Development in Göreme -- 21.4 CBT as 'Alternative Tourism' -- 21.5 Conclusion and Implications -- References -- 22 Public Policy and Sustainable Alternative Tourism -- 22.1 Introduction -- 22.2 What Is Sustainable Development and Sustainable Tourism? -- 22.3 Sustainable Tourism Policy and Planning -- 22.4 Public Policy and Sustainable Alternative Tourism in Turkey -- 22.5 Conclusion -- References -- 23 Erratum to: Nature-Based Tourism in Turkey: The Yayla in Turkey's Eastern Black Sea Region -- Erratum to:Chapter 5 in: I. Egresi (ed.), Alternative Tourism in Turkey, GeoJournal Library 121,DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-47537-0_5
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