Identification of overtourism in Poznań through the analysis of social conflicts [publication]

Piotr Zmyślony, Marta Pilarczyk, "Studia Periegetica" Abstract: The purpose of the article is twofold: to diagnose tourism-related conflicts occurring in Poznań by identifying their intensity and key parties, and to determine the capacity of the key stakeholders in the city’s tourism system to mitigate these disputes. Because of its complex nature, overtourism in cities is a dangerous … Czytaj dalej Identification of overtourism in Poznań through the analysis of social conflicts [publication]

The Sharing Economy and Sustainability of Urban Destinations in the (Over)tourism Context: The Social Capital Theory Perspective [publication]

Piotr Zmyślony, Grzegorz Leszczyński, Anna Waligóra, Wiesław Alejziak Abstract: This article contributes to the discussion on the sustainability of the sharing economy by adopting the Social Capital Theory to expand explanations of the sharing economy’s role and scope of relations with local communities in the context of overtourism. As mutual relationships have not been fully recognized … Czytaj dalej The Sharing Economy and Sustainability of Urban Destinations in the (Over)tourism Context: The Social Capital Theory Perspective [publication]

Deconstructing the Overtourism-Related Social Conflicts [publication]

Piotr Zmyślony, Joanna Kowalczyk-Anioł, Monika Dembińska Abstract: The debate on overtourism still lacks conceptual precision in its delineation of the constituent elements and processes. In particular, conflict theory is rarely adopted, even though the social conflict is inscribed into the nature of this phenomenon. This article aims to frame the discussion about (over)tourism within the perspective … Czytaj dalej Deconstructing the Overtourism-Related Social Conflicts [publication]

Returning life to the center of Tehran: The Oudlajan foodscape [publication]

Shiva Hakimian, Ali Afshar, Joanna Kowalczyk-Anioł Abstract: The Oudlajan revitalization project proposed in the article, relates to both its contemporary needs and its potential. In its idea, the project uses the Iranian tradition of ‘hangout’ and refers to current trends in spending leisure time as well as shaping (designing) inclusive urban space. In terms of … Czytaj dalej Returning life to the center of Tehran: The Oudlajan foodscape [publication]

[rozmowa] Problem overtourismu nie dotyczy jeszcze polskich miast

Problem tzw. overtourismu dotyczy wciąż wąskiej grupy miast: Wenecji, Florencji, Barcelony czy Lizbony. Miasta polskie do nich nie należą, mamy wciąż nie w pełni wykorzystany potencjał – twierdzi dr hab. Piotr Zmyślony, z Katedry Turystyki, Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego w Poznaniu. ("Wiadomości Turystyczne" nr 23, 1-15 grudnia 2018) – Czy polskie miasta, jak Kraków, Warszawa, Gdańsk, wzorem miast europejskich … Czytaj dalej [rozmowa] Problem overtourismu nie dotyczy jeszcze polskich miast

Miasta historyczne 3.0: Miasto 24 godziny [relacja/publikacja]

W miastach historycznych narasta problem niekontrolowanego i niezrównoważonego rozwoju turystyki. Oferta turystyczna oparta jest na dziedzictwie kulturowym, a więc zasobie, którego wartość marketingowa jest uzależniona od jego ochrony i zabezpieczania przed degradacją, wywoływaną przez wzmożony ruch turystyczny. Ten paradoks zarządzania turystyką w miastach historycznych nabiera dodatkowego znaczenia w kontekście zmian podaży turystycznej wywołanej globalizacją. Gęstą … Czytaj dalej Miasta historyczne 3.0: Miasto 24 godziny [relacja/publikacja]

Historical Cities 3.0: 24-hour city [publication]

In historical cities, there is a growing problem related to uncontrolled and unsustainable tourism development. The tourism offer is based on cultural heritage, which is a resource whose marketing value depends on its protection against degradation resulting from increased tourist traffic. This paradox related to tourism management in historical cities gains an additional meaning in … Czytaj dalej Historical Cities 3.0: 24-hour city [publication]

The life cycle of a city’s tourist function: the case of Poznań [publication]

Abstract: The tourist activity of a city changes in time both in terms of demand and sup- ply. The rates of change, however, are different: variations in demand are faster, more dynamic and less predictable than supply adjustments. Moreover the scope and content of a city’s tourism offer reflect an aggregate of its cultural, social, economic … Czytaj dalej The life cycle of a city’s tourist function: the case of Poznań [publication]