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Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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The complexities of tourism and regeneration: the case of the Olympic Games Stevenson, N. The complexities of tourism and regeneration: the case of the Olympic Games. Tourism Planning and Development. European Planning Studies.

Beyond Image MD

Global change and tourism in national capitals Maitland, R. Global change and tourism in national capitals. Current Issues in Tourism. Capitalness is contingent: tourism and national capitals in a globalised world Maitland, R. Capitalness is contingent: tourism and national capitals in a globalised world.

The cultural legacy of the games Stevenson, N. The cultural legacy of the games. International sports events: impacts, experiences and identities Routledge. Using complexity theory to develop understanding of tourism and the environment Stevenson, N. Using complexity theory to develop understanding of tourism and the environment.

The Routledge handbook of tourism and the environment Routledge. Culture and the games: creating a tourism legacy? Events and urban regeneration: the strategic use of events to revitalise cities Smith, A. Events and urban regeneration: the strategic use of events to revitalise cities. London Routledge. Imagining a city never visited: a case study of destination images of London held by Czech non-visitors Cherifi, B.

Imagining a city never visited: a case study of destination images of London held by Czech non-visitors. The games: the regeneration legacy Smith, A. The games: the regeneration legacy. What is social tourism? Minnaert, L. Cool suburbs: developing creative tourism in Outer London Maitland, R.

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Cool suburbs: developing creative tourism in Outer London. University of Paris. Seeing the sites: perceptions of London Stevenson, N. Seeing the sites: perceptions of London. London developing and delivering a cultural legacy Stevenson, N. London developing and delivering a cultural legacy.

ChunCheon, Korea 28 Aug - 02 Sep Events and cultural regeneration: creating a cultural legacy from the Games Stevenson, N.


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Events and cultural regeneration: creating a cultural legacy from the Games. Leeds Metropolitan University 14 - 16 Jul The role of national identity and tourism in city planning: the case of Valletta Smith, A. The role of national identity and tourism in city planning: the case of Valletta. The relationship between major events, the urban fabric and social sustainability Smith, A. The relationship between major events, the urban fabric and social sustainability. Social sustainability in urban areas: communities, connectivity, and the urban fabric London Earthscan.

The relationship between capital city monumentality and tourism in Valletta Smith, A. The relationship between capital city monumentality and tourism in Valletta. The development of "sports-city" zones and their potential value as tourism resources for urban areas Smith, A. The development of "sports-city" zones and their potential value as tourism resources for urban areas.

Exploring urban creativity: visitor experiences of Spitalfields, London Pappalepore, I. Exploring urban creativity: visitor experiences of Spitalfields, London. Everyday life as a creative experience in cities Maitland, R. Everyday life as a creative experience in cities. Theorising the relationship between major sport events and social sustainability Smith, A. Theorising the relationship between major sport events and social sustainability.

Journal of Sport and Tourism. Tourism and social policy: the value of social tourism Minnaert, L. Tourism and social policy: the value of social tourism. A review of tourism policy for the Olympics Smith, A. A review of tourism policy for the Olympics. Cultural Trends. Image and attachment: migrants perceptions of London metropolis in flux: contemporary cultural migrations in London Stevenson, N.

Image and attachment: migrants perceptions of London metropolis in flux: contemporary cultural migrations in London. London University of Westminster. Complexity theory and tourism policy research Stevenson, N. Complexity theory and tourism policy research. International Journal of Tourism Policy. The ebbs and flows of tourism: a case study of Leeds Stevenson, N. The ebbs and flows of tourism: a case study of Leeds. London developing a cultural legacy for local communities in Hackney Stevenson, N. London developing a cultural legacy for local communities in Hackney.

University of Westminster for the IOC. Enhancing the student experience by embedding personal tutoring in the curriculum Stevenson, N. Enhancing the student experience by embedding personal tutoring in the curriculum. Spreading the positive effects of major events to peripheral areas Smith, A. Spreading the positive effects of major events to peripheral areas. Major events and sustainable regeneration Smith, A. Major events and sustainable regeneration. Effects of low cost airlines on efforts to develop cultural heritage tourism Smith, A.

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Effects of low cost airlines on efforts to develop cultural heritage tourism. City users and the making of distinctive tourism areas in London Newman, P. City users and the making of distinctive tourism areas in London. Urban civilization: from yesterday to the next day Naples ScriptaWeb. Tourism and the aesthetics of the built environment Maitland, R.

Tourism and the aesthetics of the built environment. Philosophical issues in tourism Bristol Channel View Publications. London: tourism moving East? Maitland, R. World tourism cities: developing tourism off the beaten track London Routledge. Developing world tourism cities Maitland, R.

Developing world tourism cities. Conclusions for world tourism cities Maitland, R. Conclusions for world tourism cities. EIAT Conference. Belgrade, Serbia 25 - 27 Sep Tourists, the Creative Class and distinctive places: the roles of visitors and residents in developing sustainable city tourism Maitland, R. Tourists, the Creative Class and distinctive places: the roles of visitors and residents in developing sustainable city tourism.

Zagreb, Croatia 06 Nov Tourism in national capitals: developing perspectives Maitland, R.

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Tourism in national capitals: developing perspectives. Preserving Places: tourism and conservation for a sustainable enhancement of historic centres. City Futures in a Globalising World: an international conference on globalism and urban change. Madrid, Spain 04 - 06 Jun Tourism policy making: the policymakers' perspectives Stevenson, N. Tourism policy making: the policymakers' perspectives. Visualising London Stevenson, N. Visualising London. Selling or Telling? Developing and delivering the vision: culture, growth and regeneration in Colchester Stevenson, N.

Developing and delivering the vision: culture, growth and regeneration in Colchester. Paradoxes in Tourism, Culture and Heritage. University of Brighton, United Kingdom 02 - 04 Jul Using major events to promote peripheral urban areas: Deptford and the Tour de France. International perspectives of festivals and events: paradigms of analysis Elsevier.

Visitor-host relationships: conviviality between visitors and host communities Maitland, R. Visitor-host relationships: conviviality between visitors and host communities. City spaces - tourist places: urban tourism precincts Oxford Butterworth Heinemann. Archilab European strategic architecture: exhibition catalogue Bauhaus Dessau. Travel and Tourism Research Association Conference.

Helsinki, Finland 22 - 25 April Conviviality and everyday life: the appeal of new areas of London for visitors Maitland, R. Conviviality and everyday life: the appeal of new areas of London for visitors. From 'event-led' to 'event-themed' regeneration: the Commonwealth Games Legacy Programme. Researching the experiences and perspectives of tourism policy makers Stevenson, N. Researching the experiences and perspectives of tourism policy makers.

Developments in tourism research Amsterdam ; Oxford Elsevier. Monumentality in 'capital' cities and its implications for tourism marketing: the case of Barcelona Smith, A. Monumentality in 'capital' cities and its implications for tourism marketing: the case of Barcelona. Tourism, the creative class and distinctive areas in cities Maitland, R. Tourism, the creative class and distinctive areas in cities.

Tourism, creativity and development London, UK Routledge. Culture, city users and the creation of new tourism areas in cities Maitland, R. Culture, city users and the creation of new tourism areas in cities. Cultural tourism and the development of new tourism areas in London Maitland, R. Cultural tourism and the development of new tourism areas in London. Large-scale events and sustainable urban regeneration: key principles for host cities Smith, A. Large-scale events and sustainable urban regeneration: key principles for host cities. How does the sound, feel, touch, taste, place, position, speed, and direction of words come to matter in their uses?

Word begins from the premise that, if we consider words only in terms of language and as images, we overlook a range of bodily, sensory, affective and non-conscious relations with words. We overlook, too, their epistemological, methodological, experiential and political implications.

This book seeks to redress this neglect by exploring words themselves in histories of language and contemporary theory, in print and typography, and through a series of empirical examples which include religion, embodiment, photography and performance. Word is a reminder that words live richly in the world. It is an invitation to recognise those non-linguistic word-relations that are already existing, and to bring new and generative encounters with words into being.

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