"The Concept of a Tourist Area Cycle of Evolution: Implications for Management of Resource"-Butler

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"The Concept of a Tourist Area Cycle of Evolution: Implications for Management of Resource"-Butler
1 W. Christaller
1.1 Tourists change within tourist areas
1.2 Tourists forever finding undiscovered or forgotten areas
1.3 Non local visitors that have been attracted to an area
2 A Hypothetical Cycle of Area Evolution
2.1 Stage 1: Exploration
2.2 Stage 2: Involvement
2.3 Stage 3: Development
2.4 Stage 4: Consolidation
2.5 Stage 5: Stagnation
2.6 Stage 6: Decline
2.7 Stage 6: Rejuvenation
3 S. C. Plog
3.1 Tourist areas evolve = Attracting different types of tourists
3.2 Centrics
3.2.1 Allocentrics
3.2.2 Mid-Centrics
3.2.3 Pyschocentrics
3.3 Old tourist areas compete against newly developed tourist areas
3.4 "The most attractive and interesting areas in the world are doomed to become tourist relics"
4 Implications
4.1 Instant Resort
4.2 Not all tourist areas experience the stages of the cycle
4.3 Agencies
4.3.1 Public
4.3.2 Private