Emergency Management and Tourism Stakeholder Responses to Crises: A Global Survey

Authors: Morakabati, Y., Page, S. and Fletcher, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23164/

Journal: Journal of Travel Research

Publisher: Sage

ISSN: 1552-6763

This paper examines the contested area of the responsibility for destinations and tourists, within emergency settings. It incorporates a Delphi-Scenario technique to facilitate a structured discussion of emergency management for different destination stakeholders. The Delphi exercise engaged 123 senior international stakeholders, from 9 different industry sectors, across 34 countries to provide a global perspective. The study’s principal focus is on the notion of emergency management, to identify the challenges that stakeholders would face within a disaster scenario. The exercise asked stakeholders to identify with whom the responsibility rests for 18 distinct disaster-related activities. The study proposes a responsibility allocation building-block framework which could help speed up the emergency management responses by ”knowing who is going to do what” with a particular focus on dealing with international tourists as a community in a disaster zone.

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Authors: Morakabati, Y., Page, S.J. and Fletcher, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23164/

Journal: J Travel Res

Volume: 56

Issue: 3

Pages: 299-316

eISSN: 1552-6763

DOI: 10.1177/0047287516641516

This article examines the contested area of the responsibility for destinations and tourists, within emergency settings. It incorporates a Delphi-Scenario technique to facilitate a structured discussion of emergency management for different destination stakeholders. The Delphi exercise engaged 123 senior international stakeholders, from 9 different industry sectors, across 34 countries to provide a global perspective. The study's principal focus is on the notion of emergency management, to identify the challenges that stakeholders would face within a disaster scenario. The exercise asked stakeholders to identify with whom the responsibility rests for 18 distinct disaster-related activities. The study proposes a responsibility allocation building-block framework that could help speed up the emergency management responses by "knowing who is going to do what" with a particular focus on dealing with international tourists as a community in a disaster zone.

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Authors: Morakabati, Y., Page, S.J. and Fletcher, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23164/

Journal: Journal of Travel Research

Volume: 56

Issue: 3

Pages: 299-316

eISSN: 1552-6763

ISSN: 0047-2875

DOI: 10.1177/0047287516641516

© 2016, © The Author(s) 2016. This article examines the contested area of the responsibility for destinations and tourists, within emergency settings. It incorporates a Delphi-Scenario technique to facilitate a structured discussion of emergency management for different destination stakeholders. The Delphi exercise engaged 123 senior international stakeholders, from 9 different industry sectors, across 34 countries to provide a global perspective. The study’s principal focus is on the notion of emergency management, to identify the challenges that stakeholders would face within a disaster scenario. The exercise asked stakeholders to identify with whom the responsibility rests for 18 distinct disaster-related activities. The study proposes a responsibility allocation building-block framework that could help speed up the emergency management responses by “knowing who is going to do what” with a particular focus on dealing with international tourists as a community in a disaster zone.

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Authors: Morakabati, Y., Page, S.J. and Fletcher, J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/23164/

Journal: JOURNAL OF TRAVEL RESEARCH

Volume: 56

Issue: 3

Pages: 299-316

eISSN: 1552-6763

ISSN: 0047-2875

DOI: 10.1177/0047287516641516

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