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Goeldner, C. Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies. New York: Cognizant, 28— Macbeth, J. Annals of Tourism Research — Turner, L. London: Constable. UNWTO This is indicated by the large number of tourism-related programs and refereed journals as well as the movement towards a more objective knowledge- based philosophy that recognises tourism as a complex system requiring scientific investigation. Chapter 2 discusses the concept of the tourism system and introduces its key com- ponents, thereby establishing the basis for further analysis of tourism system dynamics in subsequent chapters.
The following section outlines the systems-based approach and presents tourism within this context. The industry component of the tourism system is introduced in the final section. Systems theory emerged in the s to clarify and organise complex phenomena that are otherwise too difficult to describe or analyse Leiper Systems tend to be hierarchical, in that they consist of subsystems and are themselves part of larger structures. For example, a human body comprises digestive, reproductive and other subsystems, while human beings them- selves are members of broader social systems e.
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Systems also involve flows and exchanges of energy which almost always involve interaction with external systems e. Implicit in the definition of a system is the idea of interdependence, that is, that a change in a given component will affect other components of that system. Geopolitical Hydrological systems systems. Economic Technology systems systems. Sociocultural Geophysical systems 4 systems Destination region 5 Tourism industry.
Legal Meteorological systems systems. Fi g ure 2. The movement of tourists between residence and a destination, by way of a transit region, and within the destination, comprises the primary flow of energy within this system. Other flows of energy include exchanges of goods e. The experience of the tourist, for example, is facil- itated or impeded by the economic and geopolitical systems which, respectively, provide or do not provide sufficient discretionary income and accessibility to make the experience possible.
Natural and cultural external factors can have dramatic and unpredictable effects on tourism systems, as illustrated by the Indian Ocean tsunami of 26 December Tourism businesses in heavily affected destinations — such as the popular Thai seaside resort province of Phuket — were forced to adjust, and some were able to demon- strate greater resilience than others see the case study at the end of this chapter. Within Australia, various external nontourism factors during the early twenty-first century, including a high Australian dollar, the persistent global financial crisis, and increasing fuel costs, have combined to seriously harm the domestic and inbound tourism systems.
Despite such critical two-way influences, there is a tendency in some tourism system configurations to ignore or gloss over the external environment, as if tourism were somehow a self-contained or closed system. The internal structure of the tourism system is also far more complex than implied by figure 2.
Many tourist flows are actually hierarchical in nature, in that they involve multiple, nested and overlapping destinations and transit regions see figure 2. Cumulatively, the global tourism system encompasses an immense number of individual experiences and bilateral or multilateral flows involving thousands of destinations at the international and domestic level.
Regarding the stakeholders depicted in figure 1. However, tourism businesses are mostly concentrated in destination regions, with transit and origin regions respectively less well represented, as indicated by the triangle in figure 2.
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Host governments and communities are by definition located in the destination region, while origin governments are situated clearly in the tourist-generating region. Finally, the overall tourism system is a hyperdynamic structure that is in a con- stant state of flux. The only certainty in tourism systems is constant change. It is therefore critical to address this issue in a satisfactory way before any further discussion of management-related issues can take place. Every tourist must simultaneously meet certain spatial, temporal and purposive criteria, as dis- cussed below.
Spatial component To become a tourist, a person must travel away from home. However, not all such travel qualifies as tourism.