How the Dark Tourism Development Effect on Post-Disaster Reconstruction - the Case Study

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After catastrophe, sites and relics in disaster-hit areas usually develops mode and provides many opportunities for the local government to improve economic development employment and to solve other problems there. However, as national large-scale r and private donations decrease gradually, social concerns for disasters reduce the sustainability of reconstruction will be faced with challenges. This article Country, which is the epicenter of the "5.12 Earthquake" happened in Sichuan P 2008 as a case study. The author discusses the dark tourism development one of the ma planned after the catastrophe and its effect on local urban and rural dev structure and government policies based on the literature review, statistics data as field research. The article focuses on the changes of mainstream culture relations, the correlation of development of tourism and other local industries, in the development process of tourism which due to the cultural background a psychological characteristic, etc. This article tries to clarify the role of place development, provide the basis for planners to deal with the problem faced Wenchuan correctly, and provide reference for other disaster-hit areas development.
Book of proceedings: Annual AESOP Congress, Definite Space – Fuzzy Responsibility, Prague, 13-16th July, 2015
Dark Tourism, Role of Planner, Wenchuan
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