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PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME
Tuesday, October 20th, 2015
9.30
Registration for participants of the PhD Seminar only
10.00
PhD Seminar
15.00
ATLAS Board meeting
Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
8.00
Registration
9.00
Opening
Rector …
ATLAS: Rene van der Duim
Others
9.30
Keynote presentation 1: Sofia Gutiérrez (UNWTO)
Title:
10.30
Coffee break
11.00
Chair
11.00
11.30
12.00
12.30
Workshop Session 1
Session 1A
Session 1B
Tourism and the natural
environment: biophysical hazards and
environmental impacts
Planning and
management of
risks/crises: business
perspectives and
strategies
Andrew Jones
Zsófia Papp, Krisztina
Priszinger
Session 1C
TRACK 6 - Placemaking
and events - Risks and
strategies
Greg Richards
Paulo Jorge Soares Teixeira,
Maria Celeste Natário, Peter
Sloterdijk
Session 1D
TRACK 4 - Independent
travel
Kevin Hannam
Monika Bandi, Sarah
Hämmerli
Global and regional
geopolitics: resilience
and adaptation in tourism
flows
Raoul Bianchi, M. L.
Stephenson
Risk Hazard and Resilience to Risk-conscious Behaviour in
the Blue Economy Hungarian Travel Agency
Environmental change , Malta Sector
and the Mediterranean Climat
Micro - Networks and the New Bourgeois
Quality analysis of hotel rating Open Seas, Closed Borders:
portals – theoretical and
Critical reflections on risky
empirical evidence
mobilities and the contradictory
rights to/of tourism
Jude Wilson, Heather Purdie,
Stephen Espiner, Emma
Stewart
Paul Fynn
Ilidia Catarina Gonçalves
Carvalho
Mari Shioya
Climate change and glacier
Tourism in a Heritage Town in Risking the Rabbit Hole:
tourism in New Zealand: Past, the South East of Ireland:
Systems Thinking for Events
present and future (?)
Open for Business in the
and Placemaking
Aftermath of Recession Challenges & Risks
The risks when travelling in a
wheelchair. The case of
Lisbon.
Community Response to the
Environmental Change: Case
study from Tokyo Bay
Guilherme Debeus
Lee Miles
Ricardo Torrão
Risk of Climate Changes and
Coastal Erosion in tourist
destinations
Integrating Crisis Management Karneval der Kulturen a
and Tourism? Key Roles for
controversy community
Policy Entrepreneurs and
building event
Entrepreneurial Resilience?
Lunch
Angela Wright
Alba Colombo Vilarrasa
Tourism in North Korea: The
(in)authenticity of the risk or
the risk of (in)autenthicity
13.45
Chair
13.45
14.15
14.45
Workshop Session 2
Session 2A
Session 2B
Session 2C
Session 2D
Tourism and the natural
environment: biophysical hazards and
environmental impacts
Global and regional
geopolitics: resilience
and adaptation in tourism
flows
TRACK 6 - Placemaking
and events - Risks and
strategies
TRACK 4 - Independent
travel
TRACK 6 - Placemaking
and events - Risks and
strategies
Greg Richards
Vladimir Antchak
Kevin Hannam
Denise Falcão
Holistic Tourism: Mind, Body
and Soul
Designing a portfolio of major
events in Auckland: Key
dimensions
The risk as a transgressor of
the system: the backpackers
experience
Impressions after visiting the
backstage through tours: the
case of favela tours and
Katrina tours
Elsa Correia Gavinho
Peter Singleton
Marisa P. de Brito
Gisele Maria de Oliveira
Carvalho, Maria Manuel
Baptista, Carlos Costa
Natan Uriely, Yaniv Belhassen,
Ortal Assor
Community perceptions of the
environmental impacts of
tourism: the case of Aït
Bouguemmez, Morocco.
The EU, Expanding or
expansionist? How does EU
expansion affect Geopolitics
and in particular Tourism
Development in EU Acceding
Nations
Rotterdam: A continuous state Risk perceptions of Brazilian
The touristification of a conflict
of placemaking
women in independent travels zone: The Case of Bil'in
Maria João Carneiro, Celeste
Eusébio, Zélia Breda, Helena
Albuquerque, Filomena
Martins
Factors contributing to the
sustainability of bicycle
tourism: A literature review
Cláudia Patrícia de Almeida
Seabra Moreira, C. Silva, J.L.
Abrantes, C. Faias, O. Paiva
Marilisa Rodrigues Coelho,
Xavier Michel
Inês Boavida-Portugal; Carlos
Cardoso Ferreira; José Manuel
Simões; Jorge Umbelino
Environmental risks vs.
tourism attractiveness:
conflicts and synergies in the
Alentejo coast, Portugal
Tara Duncan
Helsio Amiro Motany de
Albuquerque Azevedo
The geographical results of
A Committee of Volunteers: A Security in tourism territories:
terrorist attacks on the French Risky Endeavour?
the case of Inhambane
school trips
municipality in Mozambique
15.15
Coffee break
15.45
Plenary session
"The Global-Local Nexus" - Invited Stakeholders
Konstantina Zerva
Carla Borba da Mota Silveira,
Beatriz Gondim Matos, Maria
de Lourdes De azevedo
Barbosa
Local identity and
placemaking: “Delícias da
Comunidade” Gastronomy
Festival in Recife,
Pernambuco
17.00
Chair
17.00
17.30
18.00
18.45
Workshop Session 3
Session 3A
Session 3B
Session 3C
Session 3D
Social and demographic
issues: societal changes
and challenges
Tourism in times of
uncertainty
TRACK 6 - Placemaking
and events - Risks and
strategies
TRACK 4 - Independent
travel
Inês Boavida-Portugal, Luis
Boavida-Portugal; Marilisa
Coelho
Greg Richards
Marina Novelli, Bieito Pedreira, Soraia Silva
Liv Burges
TRACK 4 - Independent
travel
Kevin Hannam
Ana Fonseca, C. Seabra, C.
Silva
Kevin Hannam
Martin Selby
Recent “touristification” trends The Ebola Virus Disease
in a Lisbon historic quarter:
Epidemic (EVDE) and its
challenges and opportunities Unexpected Effects on
Tourism in The Gambia and
Sierra Leone
Cultural democracy in arts
festivals – a view inside the
Göteborg Film Festival
Dark Tourism, an alternative
type of tourism
Degrees of Risk: the
independent travel
experiences of international
students
Sara Maria Monteiro Duarte,
Carlos Cardoso Ferreira
Richard Gordon, Lee Miles
Lénia Marques
Roberta Garibaldi, Francesca
Forno
Viachaslau Filimonau, Hannah
Clinch
Societal challenges regarding
tourism and ageing: a metaanalysis for their relation with
nature and health
Blame Games and Meaning
Making: Influencing DecisionMaking on Disasters for
Tourist Destinations
Knowledge-based events as
place-making strategy
Traveling the world sharing
your home
Risk perception and
management in hard
adventure tourism: an
instructor’s perspective
Anastasios Zopiatis, Antonis L. Áurea Rodrigues
Theocharous, Spyros
Avdimiotis, Constantinos
Papadopoulos
Nienke van Boom
Priscilla Bosimin nee Kuilis,
Jennifer Chan Kim Lian
Gabriel Rocha, Cláudia
Seabra, Carla Silva, José Luís
Abrantes, Cláudia Faias
Smart Specialisation Strategy
(S3): Risks and Obstacles to
Tourism Development which
emanate from the new
approach to regional
innovation and growth
Winning the war on talent
through events? Events as
platforms for socio-spatial
attachment.
Tourism Risk and Uncertainty: Holistic Tourism: Mind, Body
How It Affects Independent
and Soul
Travel
Welcome reception
Is the night dangerous?
Perceptions of a rural
community about the
development of an Astrotourism destination in Portugal
Thursday, October 22nd, 2015
8.00
Registration
9.00
Workshop Session 4
Session 4A
Session 4B
Session 4C
Session 4D
Risks as determinants of
travel profiles and
behaviours
Hosts-guests
encounters/conflicts as a
risk factor
TRACK 1 - ATLAS Latin
America
TRACK 2 - Risky
Gastronomies and
Foodscapes
Chair
9.00
9.30
Cláudia Patrícia de Almeida
Seabra Moreira
Albert Arias-Sans
Ana Goytia
Aman Deep
Greg Richards
Greg Richards
Elisabeth Kastenholz, Maria
Diana Tikhonova, Valery
João Carneiro, Celeste
Gordin, Julia Trabskaya
Eusébio, Elisabete Figueiredo
Surf Tourism: a Booming
tourism product
The right to Gaudí. Learnings
from the commoning of the
Park Güell
Travel advisories - Coercive
economic diplomacy in
disguise
The Study of Gastronomic
Festivals Based on Cultural
Heritage
Igor Sarman
Arjaan Pellis
Anderson Gomes de Souza;
André Silva; Maria de Lourdes
Barbosa
The Effectiveness of Risk
Relievers Adoption in Online
Lodging Services Purchases:
A Framework for the Brazilian
Market
Distinct meanings and
consumption patterns of local
food amongst Portuguese rural
tourists
Wan-Hafiz Zainal Shukri
Managing Risky Food in Less
Developed World: Mediating
Role of Familiarity and
Information
The enhancement of local
products. the case eataly
How attitudes and preferences The Productive Avoidance of
influence young tourists’
Conflicts in the Rewilding of
perception of hazards
Western Iberia
10.00
10.30
TRACK 2 - Risky
Gastronomies and
Foodscapes
Marion Karl
Alan Quaglieri Domínguez,
Albert Arias Sans
The perception of risk as a
determinant of destination
choice processes
Airbnb, between narratives and Impacts in the tourism after
practices. The case of
biohazard (virus H1N1) in the
Barcelona
Mexican Caribbean
destinations
Coffee break
Oscar Frausto, Luis Mota
Yuri Kork
The influence of risk on food
tourism decisions of tourists
Roberta Garibaldi
11.00
Workshop Session 5
Session 5A
Session 5B
Hosts-guests
Safety and security in the
encounters/conflicts as a
tourism industry
risk factor
Chair
11.00
11.30
12.00
Session 5D
TRACK 1 - ATLAS Latin
America
TRACK 2 - Risky
Gastronomies and
Foodscapes
TRACK 2 - Risky
Gastronomies and
Foodscapes
Ana Goytia
Greg Richards
Greg Richards
Kehinde Sonubi, A.A.
Ogunjimi, A.I. Adeyemo
Isabel Vieira, Didiana Branco,
Ana Rodrigues
Antonio Russo, Alessandro
Scarnato
Marek Bugdol
Community Perception of
Safety and Security in Omo
Biosphere Reserve, Ogun
State, Nigeria
Revitalization of the Historical
Centres, Impacts on Hosts and
Guests: The Case Study of
Lamego City
(Re)constructing Rio’s World
Heritage: Heritage
Rehabilitation and the
Development of a World
Tourist City
Social and organisational
The pekmez foodscape and
determinants of risk
the end of a sweet tradition?
management in the production
of food for restaurants
Ericka Amorim, Mathhew Lee
Smith; Jorge Umbelino
Joana Afonso Dias, Antónia
Correia, Francisco José
Martinez López
Daniel Márcio Fernandes
Neves
Marjo Särkkä-Tirkkonen,
Sinikka Mynttinen, Johanna
Logrén, Teija Rautiainen
Tourism, safety, and health
information provided on
European country websites
Online Vacation Rentals
Safety and Risk Management
engagement:Tourist and
in Touristic Activities of
Owners Algarve representation Madeira
Russian tourists’ perceptions
of authenticity of food based
on trust
Su jin Lee, Sang heon Song,
Chul Jeong
Dr. Sunil
Andres Ried Luci
Chaya Hurnath
The outdoor experience, place
meanings and the volcanoes
risk perception: the case of
Villarrica National Park,
Araucanía Region, Chile.
Staging local cuisine to
mitigate neophobic risks: case
study of the Mauritian
destination
How accidents can change
Community development and
your travel? Segmentation and role of tourism: a case study of
accidents-reduction strategies tourist destination Manali in
Himachal Pradesh (India)
12.30
Session 5C
Lunch
Hazel Tucker
Room K302
13.45
Workshop Session 6
Session 6A
Session 6B
Session 6C
Session 6D
Destinations at risk:
tourism induced
pressures
The lure of risk: niche
tourism and adrenaline
seeking
TRACK 1 - ATLAS Latin
America
TRACK 2 - Risky
Gastronomies and
Foodscapes
TRACK 1 - ATLAS Latin
America
Ana Goytia
Greg Richards
Ana Goytia
Chair
13.45
Markéta Bobková, Andrea
Holesinska
Frederica Claro de Armada,
Ana Carolina Mendoca Oliveira Elsa Soro
Eduardo Brito-Henriques, João
Sarmento
Destination networks as a tool Geocaching, seeking
for minimizing risk and
adventure in secrecy
improving the performance of
destination
14.15
CARTOGRAFIAS DA
CIDADE: um roteiro para
caminhantes
Camila Maria dos Santos
Moraes
Barcelona’s Foodsphere: What Ecological Slums?
is Local?
Environmental concerns and
tourism mobilities in Rio de
Janeiro favelas
Maria Aparecida Pontes da
Fonseca, Maria Rita de
Oliveira Nunes d'Angelis
Marília Martins Bandeira, Silvia Ana Carolina Mendonca
Cristina Franco Amaral
Oliveira
Anderson Gomes de Souza,
Maria de Lourdes Barbosa,
Mariana Bueno de Andrade
Asad Mohsin, Jorge Lengler
Risk and tourism crisis in a
coastal destination
Adventure tourism risk control: A arte como roteiro: o centro
national programs in Brazil and do Rio por visitantes e
New Zealand
moradores
Perceived Risk and Food
Consumption by Tourists in
Brazilian Northeast Beaches:
Eat or not to Eat?
Antecedents of Brazilian
Students’ travel: Are they
ready to adventure New
Zealand?
15.00
15.00
15.30
Workshop Session 7
Session 7A
Session 7B
Session 7C
Session 7D
Destinations at risk:
tourism induced
pressures
Tourism in times of
uncertainty
TRACK 1 - ATLAS Latin
America
TRACK 2 - Risky
Gastronomies and
Foodscapes
TRACK 1 - ATLAS Latin
America
Ana Goytia
Greg Richards
Ana Goytia
Andrea Holesinska
Marina Novelli, Bieito Pedreira, Claudio Milano
Liv Burges
Greg Richards, Carlos
Fernandes
Viviane Santos Salazar, Walter
Fernando Araujo de Moraes,
Sérgio Rodrigues Leal
Destination management in
crisis - the case study of the
Czech Republic
The Ebola Virus Disease
Epidemic (EVDE) and its
Unexpected Effects on
Tourism in The Gambia and
Sierra Leone
Taking risks with traditional
gastronomy – a route to
innovation?
Time for the Brazilian
Gastronomic Bossa Nova: the
case of Mocotó Restaurante
La residencialización del
turismo en el nordeste de
Brasil
Peter Keller, Rachelle Cadano, Richard Gordon, Lee Miles
Denise Cloutier
Camila Aparecida de Carvalho, Justyna Maciąg
José Augusto Abreu Sá Fortes
Differing perspectives and
destination branding of post
disaster “dark tourism”: Case
study 2011Christchurch, New
Zealand earthquake recovery
Os impactos do Transporte
Público Urbano nos
deslocamentos da população
autóctone e dos visitantes.
Blame Games and Meaning
Making: Influencing DecisionMaking on Disasters for
Tourist Destinations
16.00
Coffee break
16.30
Keynote spresentation 2: Allan Williams (University of Surrey
Title
17.30
"Out of the box" - Maria João Ruela - Journalist
19.45
Conference dinner… and a taste of Fado!!!
The role of quality standards in
risk reduction in food tourism
as exemplified by the Silesian
food trails.
Friday, October 24th, 2014
8.30
Registration
9.00
Workshop Session 8
Chair
9.00
9.30
Session 8A
Session 8B
Session 8C
Session 8D
Destinations at risk:
tourism induced
pressures
Rethinking tourism
related risks
TRACK 3 - Terrorism and
tourism
TRACK 5 - Tourism and
Transport: issues and
challenges
Cândida Cadavez
Cláudia Patrícia de Almeida
Seabra Moreira, M.J. Antunes,
O. Paiva, M. Vicente, J.L.
Abrantes, R. Herstein
Elisangela Machado
Sergio Moraes Rego
Fagerlande, Rachel Coutinho
Marques da Silva and
Fernanda Gomes de Oliveira
Elisangela Machado
Fabio Romero de Oliveira e
Silva, Levi Freire Jr
Threats in coastal touristic
The measurement of
areas: Ria Formosa and Costa perceived risks in tourism
de Caparica, Portugal
research
Tourism and Terrorism:
Strange Companions
Transport and tourism in the
favelas of Rio de Janeiro.
Transportes Turísticos na
Amazônia: problemas e
soluções dos principais pontos
de acesso para a região
Onur Akbulut, Yakin Ekin
João Paulo Martinho, Manuel
Lage; Mário V. Martins
Elisangela Aparecida Machado
da Silva, José Augusto Abreu
Sá Fortes, Guilherme
Lohmann
Transport systems models for
tourism and territorial
development
Fabio Romero de Oliveira e
Silva
Inês Boavida-Portugal, Márilisa Laura Perpina Blanch, Lluis
Coelho; Carlos Cardoso
Prats Planaguma, Raquel
Ferreira; José Manuel Simões Camprubi Subirana
David G. Scott
Tourism Destination
Morality on Tour?
Competitiveness: Dalyan Case
10.00
Does terrorism threaten
Portugal as a tourists
paradise? The Case of the
Algarve
TRACK 5 - Tourism and
Transport: issues and
challenges
A legalidade do guia de
turismo e sua importância na
atividade econômica:
implicações para o
consumidor, efeitos jurídicos e
sociais
Abdullah Moradi
Anderson Gomes de Souza;
Claudia Seabra, Elisabeth
André Silva; Maria de Lourdes Kastenholz, José Luis
Barbosa
Abrantes
Alexandre Domingues, Jose
Brito
Maraísa Esch, Ronaldo
Balassiano
Social and cultural effects of
tourism
Purchasing Hotel Services
Online: What Makes it so
Risky?
The network for motorhome
accommodation in Algarve
Tourist Trip Generation Poles
and their Impacts on the Rio’s
Central Area
Safety at home impacting on
fear of terrorism in
international travel
Workshop Session
Destinations at risk:
tourism induced
pressures
Safety and security in the TRACK 3 - Terrorism and
tourism industry
tourism
TRACK 5 - Tourism and
Transport: issues and
challenges
Cândida Cadavez
Dario Fernandes, Jacqueline
Santos, Rui Neves, Claudio
Mira, Hugo Saúde, Claudio
Ribeiro
Elisangela Machado
Rui Manuel Laranjeira
Marvanejo
Sara Bonati
Maria do Céu Almeida,
Francisco Silva
Tourism planning in
riskscapes. A comparative
analysis of Cinque Terre and
Madeira island
Risk management in
canyoning: the case of the
Canyoning International
meeting in Azores
A brief look at Portugal’s
security: Is the Algarve a
tourist destination free from
terrorism?
Portuguese Cruise Tourism
Ports and their Areas of
Influence - City and the
Region.
Jorge Ricardo Pinto
Maria Brás
Sair Aziz
Luiz Emerson da Cruz
Saldanha
An introduction to the historical The Shadow of Terrorism in
geography of tourism in the
the World Tourism Industry:
city of Porto
Impacts, prevention, and
recovery strategies
Tourism and the natural
environment: biophysical hazards and
environmental impacts
Filipa Fernandes
Diogo Fonseca, Inês Fontes
Mário Dinis Serrazina Mendes Kumar Ashutosh
Silva, Maria do Céu Almeida
Luiz Emerson da Cruz
Natan Uriely, Orit Unger, Galia
Saldanha, Carla Conceição
Fuchs
Lana Fraga, Marcio Peixoto de
Sequeira Santos
Tourism in Lisbon’s Historical
Gardens – strategies to
safeguarding the heritage
Safety in nature and adventure Effects of Terrorism on
Rio de Janeiro, an attractive
The Business Travel
tourism: perspective of tourist Tourism Industry- A case study destination for bicycle touring? Experience
entertainment companies
of Jaipur
Avaliação do visitante sobre a
infraestrutura de transporte à
Ilha do Combú, Belém (PA,
Brazil)
Áurea Rodrigues
Vulnerability, built heritage and Is the night dangerous?
heavy-rains: a case study from Perceptions of a rural community
Madeira Island.
about the development of an
Astro-tourism destination in
Portugal
Charlie Hebdo terrorism act
Cycling as an element to
and its impact on risk
promote new tourism
perception of the destination
businesses
Morocco by the french tourists
Flavio Henrique Souza Lobato
Community approaches on
risks and local tourism
development
Anastasios Zopiatis, Antonis L.
Theocharous, Spyros Avdimiotis,
Constantinos Papadopoulos
Smart Specialisation Strategy
(S3): Risks and Obstacles to
Tourism Development which
emanate from the new approach
to regional innovation and growth
10.30
Coffee break
11.00
ATLAS members' meeting
Including presentations from the Chapters ATLAS Latin America and ATLAS Africa
11.45
Keynote presentation 3: Brent W. Ritchie University of Queensland
Title
12.45
Cosing session
13.00
Lunch
14.30
Congerence tour / Greater Lisbon
20.00
Post-conference dinner (at own expenses)