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Turismo e Gestão do Património Cultural

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Publication in the Diário da República: Despacho n.º 7822/2020 - 07/08/2020

3 ECTS; 3º Ano, 2º Semestre, 14,0 T + 28,0 TP + 14,0 OT , Cód. 820740.

- José Alberto de Figueiredo Oliveira Rodrigues
- Eunice Ferreira Ramos Lopes


Students should be able to:
-Demonstrate conceptual and operational skills to understand the context of governance and act to promote tourism development at national/regional/local levels.
Understand the importance of tourism as an activity that promotes national/regional and local development.
-Recognize the process of tourism development and critically analyze the different space-time development models of national, regional and local destinations.
-Understand innovation and the creation of knowledge as key instruments for the development of tourist destinations, at a time when strong competition prevails within the tourist market.
-Analyze tourism development in Portugal, based on the analysis of the skills and functions of the main national players in that industry.
-Know the various community policies and instruments for territorial cohesion to promote tourism.

1.Territorial governance: policies and actor networks
2.Public tourism policies: the role and intervention of the State in tourism.
3.Community policies to promote tourism.
4. Cooperation and partnerships in tourism: public management and the private sector.
5. Tourism and regional development
6.The local dimension of tourism.
7. The issue of spatial imbalances.
8.Tourism, urban redevelopment and rural regeneration.
9.Tourism management in mountain areas and coastal areas.

Evaluation Methodology
The measurement method in continuous assessment will include a written test that will correspond to 50% of the final grade in continuous assessment and also the preparation of a group work that will correspond to the remaining 50% of the final grade in continuous assessment.

1. Continuous Assessment:
1.1. Continuous assessment test – 50% of the final grade (the student must have a classification greater than 8 values);
1.2. Work (in group): Practical work – 50% of the final grade;

2. Exam Period:
2.1. The classification in the written exam is equivalent to 100% of the grade for students who did not participate in the continuous assessment.
2.2. In the case of students who participated in the continuous assessment and failed, but who were successful in their work, they will be included in the final assessment (they count for 50% of the final grade), provided that the students are classified at least with 8 values in the written exam (which will account for 50% of the final grade of the Curricular Unit).

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- Costa, C. e Panyik, E. e Buhalis, D. (2013). Trends in European Tourism Planning and Organisation... Bristol: Channel View Publications.
- Romão, J. (2013). Turismo e Lugar: diferenciação territorial, competitividade e sustentabilidade em turismo.. Lisboa: Escolar Editora
- Sharpley, R. e Telfer, D. (2014). Tourism and Development: Concepts and Issues. 2nd ed.. Bristol: Channel View Publications:

Teaching Method
Teaching methodologies should comprise three typologies:
-The expository method;
-The interrogative method;
-Demonstrative method.

Software used in class




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