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This paper studies the way social position, esthetic dispositions, and arts attendance are associated with attitudes on cultural policy. Three main research questions are addressed. First, do similar characteristics of social position shape arts attendance and attitudes toward public funding of...
Event dramaturgy and cultural performance have not been examined in the literature from a strategic standpoint of fostering the social value of events. Thus, the purpose of this study was to explore the case of the Water Carnival, a celebratory event in a rural community of Southwest Texas,...
This paper investigates the impacts of three earthquakes on international tourist arrivals in Chile. The shocks under analysis occurred on 21 April 2007, 14 November 2007 and 27 February 2010, in the north, south and center of Chile, respectively. The impacts are measured as the difference...
Using a new institutional theories perspective this paper focuses on public–private collaboration processes in local tourism public–private partnerships (PPP). Research was conducted via a national survey and case studies of the organisational characteristics of local tourism partnerships in...
The configuration of the Catalan coast as a predominantly tourist area has been marked by a process of development starting in the 1960s which has gone through different stages. As a result of the changes in demand and the fluctuations in the markets since the end of the 1980s, the...
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