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The Faculty of Urbanism / Landscape and Territory
2nd Year, sem 1, 2019-2020 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 2C | ECTS Credits: 4

UP-59 | Landscape and tourism development

Department: Urban and Landscape Design
Course Leader:
conf.dr.urb Andreea Necșulescu
Learning outcomes:
Basic elements concerning landscape valuation through tourist development, with accent on landscape management elements (preservation, conservation, valuation) and tools designated to valuate the landscape.
Content:
1. – Introduction. Development. Sustainable development, tourist development. Natural and anthropic landscape. Landscape issues in development policies. European Landscape Convention. Landscape management.
2. – Landscape and legal framework in Romania (territorial and urban planning tools)- case studies. Tourism and tourist development- urban actors. Impact of tourist development. Globalization and tourist development. International tourist tendencies.
3. – Tourist types and tourist structures. Classification of tourist types in Romania- criterions. Policies for tourist development. International tendencies.
4. – Necessities related to sustainable tourist development- structures and infrastructure. Management of mass tourism.
5. – Promotion of heritage conservation through tourist development. Legal framework and strategic tools. International tendencies. Marketing and competitive advantages. Landscape role. Conservation, preservation and valuation of landscape through tourist devleopment. Public private partnership. Conclusions.
Teaching Method:
projections, photographs, documentation, research studies.
Assessment:
Exam (60%), Class involvement ( 40%),
Bibliography:
Compulsory:
Master Plan for Tourist National Development 2007-2026, National Development Plan, Romanian Ministry for Regional Development and Tourism, Bucharest, 2007.
National Development Plan, Romanian Ministry for Regional Development and Tourism, Bucharest, 2007.

Optional:
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Goodall, B., Stabler, M., „Environmental standards and performance measurement in tourism development”, în Richards, G., Hall, D. (editori), Tourism and Sustainable Community Development, 2000 ;
Hall, D.R., „Tourism development and sustainability issues in Central and South-eastern Europe”, Tourism Management, vol. 19, nr. 5, 1998 ;
Hughes, H., Allen, D., „Cultural tourism in Central and Eastern Europe: the views of „induced image formation agents”, Tourism Management, vol. 26, nr. 2, 2005
Keller, P., „Concurrence, innovation et coopération: le tourisme suisse face à ses options stratégiques”, La Vie économique, nr. 6 ;
Kuvan, Y., Akan, P., „Residents’attitudes toward general and forest-related impacts of tourism: the case of Belek, Antalya”, Tourism Management, Article in Press, 2004 ;
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Light, D., Dumbrăveanu, D., „Romanian tourism in the post-communist period”, Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 26, nr. 4, 1999 ;
McKercher, B., „The unrecognized threat to tourism: can tourism survive „sustainability”?” Tourism Management, vol. 21, nr. 1, 1993
Purvis, M., Grainger, A., „Exploring Sustainable Development”, Editura EARTHSCAN, London, 2004
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Cosgrove, D. 1994. Cultural landscapes, in Unwin, T. (Ed.). A European Geography. Longman, Edinburgh Gate.
Gubbay S. (1995), Marine protected areas; principles and techniques for management, Chapman&Hall, London.
Guell, J.M.F., 2011, Foresight as an Inovative Tool for Designing Tourist Destinations, Journal of Tourism Research, 3(2), pp. 161- 170
Vos,W., Meekes,H., 1999. “Trends in European cultural landscape development: perspectives for a sustainable future”, in Landscape and Urban Planning , 46, pp.3-14.
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