• Bryndis í Dali
4. semester, Turisme, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
Collaboration within tourism development is widely known to be considered socially sustainable, but historically, collaboration amongst stakeholders within tourism on the Faroe Islands has been challenging to achieve. This thesis examines how collaboration is practiced between public and private tourism stakeholders in regards to tourism development on the Faroe Islands, and why tourism collaborations within tourism development are challenging to achieve on the Faroe Islands. Quantitative and qualitative data was collected in the form of a survey and semi-structured interviews to identify collaboration gaps. With the help from social practice theory by Shove, Pantzar and Watson (2012), the analysis observed three collaboration gaps. These were between meaning and ‘frequency, duration and sequence’; spatial gaps; and gaps between material and competences. The gaps arguably need to be filled to encourage successful collaborations in the future.
Udgivelsesdato1 jun. 2020
Antal sider76
ID: 333373606