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Prospects for polar tourism

Prospects for polar tourism

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Published by CABI in Wallingford, Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism -- Polar regions

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by J. M. Snyder and B. Stonehouse
    ContributionsSnyder, J. 1946-, Stonehouse, Bernard
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 318 p. :
    Number of Pages318
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17244348M
    ISBN 101845932471
    ISBN 109781845932473

    Stonehouse’s () edited text, Prospects for Polar Tourism, with the International Polar Year (IPY) in the interim from to In recent years, there have also been a number of other polar tourism texts and special journal issues published (see Hall and. This timely volume provides a contemporary account of tourism and its impacts in polar regions. It explores the development and prospects of polar tourism, as well as tourism's impacts and associated change at high latitudes from environmental, economic, social and political perspectives.

    a new polar geopolitics; all bring into question the sustainability of polar regions and the place of tourism within them. This timely volume provides a contemporary account of tourism and its impacts in polar regions. It explores the development and prospects of polar tourism, as well as tourism's impacts and associated change at high. Mar 15,  · Problems & Prospects in the Tourism Sector - Macro Economics point of view PROSPECTS With a view to improve tourism and at the same time taking care of the environment, the central and state governments are coming forward with new development plans. Although tourism is the responsibility of the state governments, the Central Government.

    Thomas Bauer is an Associate Professor and Acting Head of The School of Tourism and Hospitality Management who recently joined The University of the South Pacific. Nov 28,  · This chapter discusses the Anglo-American hegemony of academic writing about Arctic tourism. This is often reckoned as a periphery and this term is also discussed. Managing polar tourism: issues and approaches. In: Snyder JM, Stonehouse B (eds) Prospects for polar tourism. Cabi, Wallingford, pp – CrossRef Google Scholar. Snyder JM Cited by:


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