Building destination resilience in the tourism disaster management process from the past experiences: The case of the 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake in Japan

This exploratory research reports the perception of local tourism stakeholders towards the distinctive contribution of tourism to the disaster management process and the destination resilience across the pre-to-post period of the September 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake in Japan through a series of in-depth interviews with 15key informants in summer 2019

Chung-Shing Chan; Kazuo Nozu; Qinrou Zhou

2021

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  • This exploratory research reports the perception of local tourism stakeholders towards the distinctive contribution of tourism to the disaster management process and the destination resilience across the pre-to-post period of the September 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake in Japan through a series of in-depth interviews with 15key informants in summer 2019
  • Qinrou Zhou is an undergraduate student in the School of Public Administration, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China. She has been actively engaged in a number of research projects about Greater Bay Area development, and tourism recovery and disaster management in Japan since 2018
  • Her skills are mainly in qualitative content analysis using thematic analysis and NVIVO software

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