Miasta i turystyka, PUBLIKACJE

Hipertrofia turystyki miejskiej – geneza i istota zjawiska [publikacja]

Joanna Kowalczyk-Anioł, Konwersatorium Wiedzy O Mieście 32(4)

Abstrakt: W artykule zaprezentowano autorskie ujęcie hipertrofii turystyki miejskiej, jak i genezę tego zjawiska w kontekście przemian współczesnego miasta. Przedstawiono, na podstawie literatury, logikę włączania i wykorzystywania turystyki w transformacji miejskiej gospodarki i przestrzeni oraz przypisane jej role w polityce miejskiej. Pokazano ponadto w różnych kontekstach geograficznych procesy i zjawiska towarzyszące współczesnej turystyfikacji miasta, w tym zyskującą na znaczeniu finansjalizację zasobów mieszkaniowych.

Słowa kluczowe: turystyka miejska, miasto postindustrialne, turystyfikacja, miejska przedsiębiorczość, rewitalizacja.


Kowalczyk-Anioł, J. (2019). Hipertrofia turystyki miejskiej – geneza i istota zjawiska. Konwersatorium Wiedzy O Mieście, 32(4), 7-18. https://doi.org/10.18778/2543-9421.04.01 [PDF]


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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 phenomenon, which is very hard to measure. Like other social conflicts, the intensity and development of overtourism can be measured by analysing tourism-related conflicts in the urban space, using tools offered by conflict management theories, especially Christopher Moore’s Circle of Conflict model. Conflict issues identified by the author are associated with the uncontrolled consumption of the city’s overall offering, which is manifested by the behaviour of city inhabitants, visitors from the metropolitan area, and tourists. The article contributes to the literature on overtourism by proposing an alternative method of identifying the scope and intensity of overtourism in the absence of objective measures and data. The author also proposes a method of evaluating key stakeholders’ capacity for conflict management in Poznań. Czytaj dalej

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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 through a theoretical perspective, the article aims to examine the sustainability of the process of the sharing economy impacting urban tourism communities in light of Robert Putnam’s approach to Social Capital Theory. On the basis of a selective systematic review, the article discusses the sustainability of the sharing economy through the lens of bridging and bonding social capital. We argue that a new configuration of social capital, i.e., a sharing platform-modified social capital, arises from the unsustainable and disruptive power of the sharing economy implemented by virtual platforms, thereby contributing to an overtourism syndrome. However, from a medium- and long-term perspective, the sharing economy also impacts the bridging nature of social capital, which should lead to a more sustainable balance in its structure. This initial framework for understanding the impact of the sharing economy on sustainability of local communities provides an alternative approach to studying residents’ perceptions and attitudes towards tourism in the areas affected by overtourism. Czytaj dalej

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Findings – The paper recognises the volatility of positive and negative loops in the past and the dominance of positive feedback loops in the future. This paper also identifies the primary triggers of the feedback loops as technological, economic, environmental, political, social and market. Czytaj dalej

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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 purpose, the project presented is applied, and in terms of methods used, it is a descriptive and analytical (qualitative) study. The article is also a voice in the debate on tourism and urban regeneration. By displaying Persian conditions in shaping the foodscape (tourism taste-space), it contributes to the dynamically-developing research on food tourism and urban culinary space.  Czytaj dalej

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Overtourism w Poznaniu? Sprawdzamy!

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Marta Pilarczyk, UEP

W 2018 roku w Poznaniu nocowało prawie 1 mln turystów – o wiele mniej niż we wspomnianych miastach. Turystyka w Poznaniu ciągle się rozwija – przybywa nowych obiektów noclegowych, siatka połączeń lotniczych jest poszerzana, stale rośnie także liczba odwiedzających. Warto zastanowić się, czy rozwój turystyki przyczynia się do powstawania konfliktów w Poznaniu – niekoniecznie na linii mieszkaniec-turysta, jak w przypadku Barcelony, Amsterdamu czy Krakowa. Czytaj dalej

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