I have a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Social Science, focusing on business administration and sustainable business from the School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University. After completing the program, I worked in the tourism industry in the Jämtland mountains for a couple of years before I decided it was time to continue my studies. 2015 I completed a one-year Master's program in tourism studies at Mid Sweden University, and was then given the opportunity to enter the PhD-program in tourism studies at ETOUR.
Area of interest
Key words: Nature-based tourism, conflict management, outdoor recreation, sustainability, mountain tourism, landscape
I am a researcher in the project "Negotiating Pathways to Multifunctional Landscapes: A Pilot Model in the Jämtland Mountains". My research focuses on how recreational trails can be a tool to manage land-use conflicts in the Southern Jämtland Mountains, and also how recreational trails can contribute to a sustainable use of the mountain landscape.
My licentiate-project is within the project "Negotiating Pathways to Multifunctional Landscapes: A Pilot Model in the Jämtland Mountains", funded by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency.
Articles in journals
Godtman Kling, K. , Fredman, P. & Wall-Reinius, S. (2017). Trails for Tourism and Outdoor Recreation: A Systematic Literature Review. Tourism, vol. 65: 4, pp. 488-508.
Godtman Kling, K. (2016). Forskningsläget kring leder för rekreation - en litteraturstudie. Paper presented at the Storslagen fjällmiljö 2016, Idre fjäll, den 4–5 oktober, 2016
Godtman Kling, K. , Wall-Reinius, S. & Fredman, P. (2017). The Multi-functional Trail : An International Literature Review and the Case of Trails in Southern Jämtland Mountains, Sweden. (Rapportserien / European Tourism Research Institute 2017:1).