Heritage Management in Australia and New Zealand: The Human Dimension
OUP Australia and New Zealand
C. Michael Hall
This new edition has more emplasis on the use of strategic planning and evaluation as a tool for managing heritage, more detail on visitor management practices such as interpretation, marketing, visitor monitoring and research, and a wider range of case studies from differing environments and localities in Australia and New Zealand. It provides further discussion on the tourism dimension of heritage management, and has expanded coverage of indigenous perspectives on heritage management. It is intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of heritage management, tourism and visitor management, recreation, leisure and resource management, geography and environmental management.