The purpose of this introductory paper is to outline the theme of – and introduces the papers comprising – this special issue on post-Covid place marketing.
Place branding in the eyes of the place stakeholders – paradoxes in the perceptions of the meaning and scope of place brandingLisa Källström, Per Siljeklint
Although the place stakeholders play a key role in participatory place branding, surprisingly little interest has been shown in the people involved in participatory place branding…
The aim of this paper is to explore the role and potential of lived experiences in informing and shaping the formation of place identity within the sphere of the production and…
Assessing place experiences in Luton and Darlington on Twitter with topic modelling and AI-generated lexiconsViriya Taecharungroj, Ioana S. Stoica
The purpose of this paper is to examine and compare the in situ place experiences of people in Luton and Darlington.
From the margins of law to the margins of the city; a legal-geographical analysis of sex work regulationism in GreeceAthena Michalakea
This paper aims to shed light on the spatial constraints of sex work in Greece. The objective is twofold: to illustrate the intertemporal stance of the Greek state to push sex…
This study aims to propose resident-based brand equity models on green, creative and smart development themes through a multi-sample telephone survey on Hong Kong residents (n …
The place where only gays go: constructions of queer space in the narratives of sexually diverse refugeesAlex Powell
The purpose of this paper is to develop an understanding of how gay and lesbian spaces are constructed and deployed within the context of asylum claims by sexually diverse people…
Rural space and the local food landscape: consumers’ construction of food localness through the politics of belongingAlessandro Graciotti, Morven G. McEachern
This study aims to investigate consumers’ construction of food localness through the politics of belonging in a regional context.
This paper aims to investigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on participatory place branding processes and, in particular, on multiple actors’ ability to build agency.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the 2015 Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Road World Cycling Championship in Richmond, Virginia.
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