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Aspects of Tourism
Series Editors: Chris Cooper (Oxford Brookes University, UK), C. Michael Hall (University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand) and Dallen J. Timothy (Arizona State University, USA)
Aspects of Tourism is an innovative, multifaceted series, which comprises authoritative reference handbooks on global tourism regions, research volumes, texts and monographs. It is designed to provide readers with the latest thinking on tourism world-wide and in so doing will push back the frontiers of tourism knowledge. The series also introduces a new generation of international tourism authors writing on leading edge topics.
The volumes are authoritative, readable and user-friendly, providing accessible sources for further research. Books in the series are commissioned to probe the relationship between tourism and cognate subject areas such as strategy, development, retailing, sport and environmental studies.
The publisher and series editors welcome proposals from writers with projects on the above topics. Full details of how to prepare book proposals are available by clicking here. Please send your proposal to Elinor Robertson.
Nature-Based Tourism in Peripheral Areas Development or Disaster?
- Aspects of Tourism
- Edited by:
- C. Michael Hall, Stephen W. Boyd
- Hardback 296 pages
- 21 Dec 2004
- Nature-Based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development or Disaster?
- Format: Hardback - 296 pages
- ISBN: 9781845410018
- Published: 20041221
- Price: £69.95