Tourism in New Zealand is the first comprehensive book to deal strictly with the tourism industry in New Zealand.
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C. Michael Hall is at University of Otago. Geoffrey Kearsley is at University of Otago.Review:
The detail provided about specific elements of the tourism industry is excellent and will provide the reader with a good general insight to New Zealand as a tourist destination. There is also good balance of information provided to the reader on the variety of stakeholders that have a role to play in tourism development in New Zealand. The use of case studies is also very effective and will provide students with the "real-world" examples that make lecture theatre learning a rewarding experience. Tourism Review International ... primarily designed as an introductory text for undergraduate students it does a very good job in meeting the needs of this demanding market. Tourism Review International Hall and Kearsley combine their many years of experience in tourism to produce a text that provides a valuable resource for New Zealand students and academics in the field of tourism study. Tourism Review International
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