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Understanding Tourism 2nd edition 5350 visits

Concepts and Theories

Bob McKercher, Bruce Prideaux

ISBN: 978-1-915097-66-8 hbk; 978-1-915097-67-5 pbk; 978-1-915097-68-2 eBook

Understanding Tourism: Concepts and Theories is a follow-on text to the successful text Tourism Theories: Concepts and Models. Now aimed at a more undergraduate audience, it has been fully revised and updated to reflect current thinking and include new case studies and material on: International tourism and the political economy of tourism The quest for sustainability and the net zero imperative How tourists consume a destination Crisis and resilience in a COVID-adapted world It is a comprehensive and cohesive text that develops a series of key ideas that deepens understanding and encourages critical thinking.

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Indigenous Tourism 29999 visits

Cases from Australia and New Zealand

Michelle Whitford, Lisa Ruhanen, Anna Carr

ISBN: 9781911396406 HBK; 9781911635284 PBK; 9781911396413 eBook

A collection of unique case studies focusing on issues pertaining to Indigenous tourism planning and development in arguably two of the world’s leading Indigenous tourism destinations.

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Tourism and Demography 132326 visits

Ian Yeoman, Cathy Hsu, Karen Smith, Sandra Watson

ISBN: 978-1-906884-15-4

Changes in demography are more certain than climate change, technology and oil, and will have huge implications on the tourism industry. This book investigates the dimensions of demography in order to demonstrate how tourism is changing now and the future

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Tourism Research: a 20:20 vision 80747 visits

Douglas Pearce, Richard Butler Professor Douglas Pearce and Professor Richard Butler

ISBN: 978-1-906884-10-9

Leading international tourism scholars from a range of disciplines, analyse what progress has been made in tourism research in the last two decades and where research might go in the future.


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