Tourism Studies: The Basics is an engaging, critical introduction to the essential theory and practice of tourism, how it started and how it has developed. Examining the major themes from a range of perspectives, this text answers key introductory questions including:
Adopting a broad interdisciplinary approach to the subject, each chapter begins with a case study and uses rich examples to illustrate and support the concepts discussed. This text will appeal to all those studying tourism in its own right, and from the perspectives of geography, sociology and anthropology.
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Pau Obrador is a reader in Tourism at the University of Sunderland
Mike Crang is professor in Cultural Geography at the University of Durham
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