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Tourism, Terrorism and Security

by Maximiliano Korstanje and Hugues S+¬raphin Emerald Publishing Limited
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tourism has been a target for terrorist agents seeking to cause political
instability and economic disruption in the West. This book lays the foundations
of a new understanding of tourism security by discussing the nature of tourism,
tourists, and terrorists.

Chapter 1. Tourism Security: A Critical Insight; Maximiliano Korstanje

Chapter 2. Over-Tourism: A Merry-Go-Round of Security Issues; Hugues Seraphin

Chapter 3. Sensitivity Analysis of the Colombian Tourism Market: Natural National Parks in a Context of Armed Conflict; Cesar A. Ontiveros, Rosa Maria Chavez,and Myrna Leticia Bravo

Chapter 4. The Territory as an Object of Tourism Safety: Global Practice and the Case of Russia; Oleg Afanasiev, Alexadra Afanasieva, Mikhail Sarancha and Matvey S. Oborin

Chapter 5. Safety, Fear, Risk and Terrorism in the Context of Religious Tourism; Maximiliano Korstanje and Babu George

Chapter 6. Making Sense of Dark Tourism: Typologies, Motivations, and Future Development of Theory; Victoria Mitchell, Tony Henthorne and Babu George

Chapter 7. The Interface Between Dark Tourism and Terrorism in Africa: The Case of Kenya and St Helena; Lwazi Apleni, Jacqueline Mangwane, Petrus M. Maphanga and Unathi S. Henama

Chapter 8. The Dark Tourist: Consuming Dark Spaces in the Periphery. Maximiliano Korstanje

Chapter 9. Tourists: Duty of Care; Peter Cyril

Dr Maximiliano Korstanje is a leading global cultural theorist specializing in terrorism, mobilities and tourism. Dr Korstanje serves as Senior Researcher at the University of Palermo, Buenos Aires, Argentina and Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Safety and Security in Tourism and Hospitality. In 2015 he was Visiting Professor at the Centre for Ethnicity and Racism Studies (CERS) at the University of Leeds, United Kingdom; TIDES at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain in 2017, and the University of La Habana, Cuba in 2018. In 2016, he was included as
Scientific Editor for Studies and Perspective in Tourism (CIET) and as an Honorary Member of the Scientific Council of Research and Investigation hosted by UDET (University of Tourist Specialities, Quito Ecuador). With more than 1,200
publications and 30 books, Korstanje is Book Series Editor of Advances in Hospitality, Tourism and Service Industries (IGI Global, US), and Tourism Security-Safety and Post Conflict Destinations (Emerald Publishing, UK). He was elected as foreign faculty member of the Mexican Academy of Tourism Research (Mexico) as well as foreign member of The Tourism Crisis Management Institute (University of Florida, US). In 2018, his biography was selected to be part of the roster of Alfred Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award (Marquis Who`s Who). Korstanje has also been named as Editor
in Chief Emeritus for the International Journal of Cyber-warfare and Terrorism. Now, he works as an active adviser and reviewer of different editorial projects for leading academic publishers as Elsevier, Routledge, Emerald Publishing, Palgrave Macmillan, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Edward Elgar, CABI, Nova Science Publishers and IGI global among others. His latest book is The Challenges of Democracy in the War on Terror (Routledge UK).

Dr Hugues Séraphin has been a Senior Lecturer in Event and Tourism Management Studies at the University
of Winchester's Business School since 2012. His PhD is from the Université de Perpignan Via Domitia, France. Hugues' career began as a French teacher in a secondary school in Birmingham in 2003. In 2006, he moved to a Further Education college in London to teach Travel, Tourism, and Events. Hugues' international experiences include teaching in top Business Schools and Universities in France (EM Normandie; ESC Larochelle; ESC Pau; Université de Perpignan Via Domitia,
and so forth). Hugues worked in the tourism and hospitality sector across the Caribbean and Europe before beginning his career in academia. From 2015-2018 he was the Leader of the Event Management programme, one of the leading courses in the country with 100% student satisfaction (NSS 2016). Currently, Hugues is the Faculty of Business and Digital Technologies Work Placement Lead. Hugues has won various awards for the quality of his teaching, and he is also an active researcher, specializing in Tourism Management and Event Management.