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Title: Trajectories and trends in creative tourism: Where are we headed?
Authors: Richards, Greg
Duxbury, Nancy 
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: CAB International
Project: 016437 
Serial title, monograph or event: Creative Tourism: Activating Cultural Resources and Engaging Creative Travellers
Place of publication or event: London
Abstract: The desire for more-than-accumulating-tourism-experiences spawned more meaningful travel and 'transformational tourism'. As these tendencies pile on one another, propelled by broader societal changes and trends, they are inter-mingling and spawning new developments. In this crowded sea of interactive, inspiring, meaningful, and (big picture) creative activities, how is creative tourism envisioned? From the roots of creative tourism activities and strategies, what is emerging now? In this chapter, we briefly outline what we envision as 12 major trajectories in creative tourism, organized into four general categories: taking home creative skills as well as souvenirs, finding space for creativity, cultivating meaningful travel, and connecting with creative networks and hubs.
ISBN: 9781789243536
DOI: 10.1079/9781789243536.0007
Rights: embargoedAccess
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