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By Alan Lew, C. Michael Hall, Allan M. Williams

ISBN-10: 0631235647

ISBN-13: 9780631235644

This groundbreaking significant other deals readers a chance to think again key topics in modern tourism experiences within the gentle of contemporary theoretical advancements in tourism reviews and the social sciences, in addition to dramatic alterations within the working setting for tourism.

  • A serious evaluate of present examine in tourism experiences.
  • Offers readers a chance to re-examine key topics in tourism reviews within the gentle of contemporary advancements, reminiscent of terrorist assaults, SARS and the monetary failure of airways.
  • Comprises forty eight specifically commissioned essays, written by way of greater than 50 said specialists from around the globe.
  • Covers state-of-the-art views and subject matters, together with tourism’s position in globalization, sustainable tourism, and the state’s position in tourism improvement.
  • Sets an time table for destiny tourism examine.
  • Includes a wealth of bibliographic references.

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