The Routledge Handbook of Gastronomic Tourism


Parti: Gastronomic tourism: An insightII: Gastronomic tourist behaviorIII: Sustainability for gastronomic tourismV: Contemporary forms of gastronomic tourismVI: Futuristic perspectives in gastronomic tourismReferencesI Gastronomic tourism: an insightGASTRONOMIC TOURISM A theoretical constructClassification of gastronomic tourismMemorable gastronomic experienceConclusionReferencesHistorical evolution of gastronomic tourismThe genesis of gastronomic tourismUsing gastronomy to assess social differenceCurrent evolution depends on research and its disseminationReferencesMODERN GASTRONOMY The science of flavor and tastingAbout gastronomyFlavor classificationDeliciousness and likingCulinary success factorsBroad and fundamental approachGastronomic tourism and educationReferencesGastronomy, culture and tourism in EcuadorReview of the literature Gastronomy and motivationGastronomy and SatisfactionConclusionsReferencesBuilding a tourism destination using gastronomy through creative collaborationRecent discourse: collaboration, cooperation and models of State involvementCase study 5.1: Ireland’s proactive approach to gastronomic tourism through creative collaborationImplications and critical success factors for tourism destinationsReferencesGASTRONOMIC TOURISM An opportunity to discover the diversity of local and regional culturesThe role of gastronomic tourism in rural developmentThe relationship between food, heritage, and tourismThe role of gastronomic tourism in rural development in HungaryReferencesTransforming the terroir into a tourist destinationMARKETING DESTINATIONS THROUGH GASTRONOMY Nordic perspectivesExploring additional food and beverage activities of wine travelersConclusion and recommendations for future researchReferencesHAVING YOUR CAKE AND EATING IT The problem with gastronomic tourismGastronomic tourism: a definitional contextThe tourist as gastronomic experimenterThe policy dimension to gastronomic tourismThe gastronomic tourism policy infrastructureThe study and practice of gastronomic tourism: a wider intellectual context?The sociology and social anthropology of food and eatingThe politics of food and eatingConclusionReferencesII Gastronomic tourist behaviorNeed recognition and motivation for gastronomic tourismGastronomic motivationUnderstanding gastronomic motivators: the push and pull theoryConclusionReferencesTourists’ perceptions and expectations for gastronomic experienceLiterature review Images and gastronomyExpectation, perception and satisfactionReferenceService quality and gastronomyMatching service quality dimensions with competitive strategyService quality and differentiation strategyReferencesA foodie’s perspective on gastronomic tourismTypologies of gastronomic and culinary travelersConceptual typologies of culinary travelersCulinary traveler typologies derived from empirical data Single question segmentation approachSegmentation by participation in culinary activitiesSegmentation by motivation to participate in culinary activitiesReferencesServicescape and gastronomic tourismMALAYSIAN GASTRONOMIC TOURISM Its importance, satisfiers, dis-satisfiers and delightersBackground - Malaysian culture, regions, and foodFramework for assessing gastronomic tourism relationshipsReferencesGastronomic trails as service ecosystemsGastronomic performativities during festivals in Sariaya, PhilippinesTHE TOURISTS’ GASTRONOMIC EXPERIENCE An embodied and spatial approachConcept of‘experience’ within the food tourism literatureMicro-oriented and macro-oriented perspectives on tourist experiences‘Experience’ from an embodied and spatial approachExistential phenomenology as methodological considerationReferencesIII Sustainability for gastronomic tourismSustainable gastronomic tourismROLES OF LOCAL FOOD IN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Evidence from Houston, Texas, USATowards a future of sustainable tourism development and local foodReferencesSustainable supply chains in gastronomic tourismGastronomic tourismTypology of gastronomic tourism supply chainThe economic benefits of gastronomic tourismThe ecological and environmental sustainability of gastronomic tourismReferencesFARMERS’ MARKETS IN GASTRONOMIC TOURISM Opportunities and challengesDiscussion and conclusionCommunity development through gastronomic tourismGastronomy as heritage, local communities, and recipesGastronomy, tourism, and local developmentCase study 26.1: Catalan gastronomy and its evolutionReferencesHeritage and authenticity in gastronomic tourismHeritage and authenticityHeritage and authenticity in tourism gastronomyFood in gastronomic tourismServicescape in gastronomic tourismSocial servicescape in gastronomic tourismReferencesThe roles of terroir, food and gastronomy in destination authenticityThe meaning of terroir across culturesTerroir, food, and culinary tourismConsumer motivation for food tourism and destination authenticityTerroir, food, and gastronomy in destination authenticityCase study 28.1: Jura Department in France - bridging terroir, food and destination authenticityReferencesLocal knowledge transfer in Hong Kong through gastronomy, agriculture and tourismThe development of heritage/gastronomic tourism in Hong Kong since the 1990sCoastal aquaculture: fishery and oyster farmingA Four Seasons model with highlights on gastronomy and agricultureConcluding remarksReferencesSustainable restaurant system and gastronomyThe journey of sustainable food, what happened?Un-sustainable foodAdvertising and the increasing marketability of sustainable foodWaste reduction and generational expansionFood waste reductionThe sustainable food communityThe Internet Age - assisting the revolutionReferencesMARKETS, FESTIVALS AND SHOWS Sustainable approaches to gastronomic tourism through collaborationGastronomic tourism, culinary tourism and food tourismFarmers’ markets, food festivals, and county showsTrends towards sustainable consumption and productionCase study 31.1: The Nantwich Food FestivalReferencesIV Gastronomic tourism in the digital arenaTourists’ lifestyle and foodservice tendencies in social mediaDigital platforms for collaborative gastronomyCollaborative consumption/sharing economy Defining collaborative consumptionBusiness models of collaborative consumption in online marketplacesCollaborative gastronomy on digital platforms: the example of VizEatConcluding remarks: a synthesis and some suggestionsReferencesMarketing decision and customer reviews in gastronomic tourismGastronomic tourismGastronomical blogsReferencesCULINARY MAPPING A gastronomic tourism planning toolDigital marketing and gastronomic tourismGastronomic tourism in MalaysiaDigital marketing in gastronomy tourismCase study 36.1: Analysis of websites on gastronomic tourism in MalaysiaReferencesMobile applications to promote gastronomic tourismOnline reputation management for gastronomic tourismHow do gastronomic blogs affect the consumer’s decision?Gastronomy and the gastronomic bloggers’ influenceCase study 39.1: The positive influence of eWOM through a specific gastronomy blogReferencesV Contemporary forms of gastronomic tourismSlow food movementThe “worlds approach” to gastronomic tourism: the case of wine tourism in JapanFood routes, trails and toursUnderstanding and planning route tourismSustainable FTRsReferencesOrganic foods and gastronomic tourismOrganic agriculture and organic foodsCustomer motivations for organic food consumptionOrganic foods and gastronomic tourismManagement and marketing of organic restaurantsCase study 43.1: Seferihisar destination and organic/semi-organic restaurantsReferencesEdible insect gastronomyBenefits of edible insects for the global populationEdible insects in the current global world from a culture perspectiveCurrent and future issues associated with edible insect gastronomyReferencesCraft drinks tourism worldwide and in Northern IrelandCraft food and beverages tourismCraft beer tourismCraft cider tourismCraft spirits tourismCase study 45.1: Tourism in Northern IrelandReferencesStreet food and gastronomic tourismHalal food and Muslim touristsNative foods and gastronomic tourismSymbolic and sociocultural interpretation of tea tourism in IndiaUnderstanding the emergence of tea tourismTea from a historical perspectiveTea from a sociocultural perspectivePostmodern understanding of today’s tea tourismPolitical perspective of tea tourismReferencesSENIOR TRAVELERS An emerging market segment in gastronomic tourismVI Futuristic perspectives in gastronomic tourismGASTRONOMIC FESTIVALS AND EVENTS Future scenariosWINE TOURISM AND GASTRONOMY A natural partnership in regional developmentAustralian wine tourismAustralian gastronomic tourismBarossa region, South AustraliaReferencesIntellectual property rights in gastronomic tourismGastronomic tourism as the new frontier for intellectual propertyTowards an appreciative approach to gastronomic tourism developmentReferencesGastronomic tourism and mediaExploring culture through gastronomyExploring sustainable lifestyles through gastronomyReferencesAlternative food networks and gastronomyFrom the value chain to the network concept in gastronomic tourismCase study 55.1: The case study of Catalonia’s’ Alternative Food Networks of its gastronomic tourismDiscussion and conclusionReferencesGEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND TOURISM DESTINATIONSGastronomic tourism innovationsThe innovation in tourism-related business performancesThe novelty-seeking in food tourists’ experiences: a literature reviewCase study 58.1: ‘Napoli Pizza Village’ food experience: a content analysis approachReferencesSynergies in food, wine, culture and tourismConclusion: building an agenda for global gastronomic tourism research
 
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