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Practicing Responsible Tourism: International Case Studies in Tourism Planning, Policy, and Development

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Practicing Responsible Tourism: International Case Studies in Tourism Planning, Policy, and Development

Lynn C. Harrison (Editor), Winston Husbands (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-470-89128-5 June 2010 608 Pages

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This book of tourism case studies addresses 20 important themes in tourism at the local, regional, and national levels. Topics include community tourism, tourism impacts, and travel and transportation.

Practicing Responsible Tourism: Understanding Tourism Today to Prepare for Tomorrow
W. Husbands and L. Harrison

One Name, Two Destinations: Planned and Unplanned Coastal Resorts in Indonesia
G. Wall

Revitalizing Bermuda: Tourism Policy Planning in a Mature Island Destination
M. Conlin

Striving for Sustainability and Financial Self-Sufficiency: Nelson's Dockyard National Park, Antigua
D. Russell, et al.

Tourism and Transportation in Ontario, Canada: A Vital Link
B. Lamb and S. Davidson

Hallmark Events and Urban Reimaging Strategies: Coercion, Community, and the Sydney 2000 Olympics
C. Hall

Attracting the Invisible Tourist Market: VFR Travel in Albury Wodonga, Australia
B. McKercher