Stories of Practice: Tourism Policy and Planning - New Directions in Tourism Analysis by Professor John Jenkins
There is a lack of analysis of contemporary tourism planning and policy-making at the local and global levels, and there is an urgent need for research that enriches theory and…
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There is a lack of analysis of contemporary tourismplanning and policy-making at the local and global levels, and there is an urgent need for research that enriches theory and practice. Through a series of coherent, case-by-case international case studies, it is clear that this volume expands readers' knowledge of how to make tourismplanning and policy making. Challenging the traditional ideas of tourismplanning and policy, this book also offers insight into how to apply conceptual concepts and frameworks in tourismplanning and policy-making practice at different levels of spatial scales.
The book brings readers to the intellectual, political, moral and literary issues that often surround the tourismpolicy and planning industry, highlighting the great value of social science-based learning and revealing the complexity of tourism planning and policy.
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