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Critical Issues in Ecotourism seeks to shake the current stagnant literature on the subject of ecotourism out of a state of complacency. Drawing upon emerging insights provided by pre-eminent scholars in the field, it identifies and comprehensively addresses current critical issues. Accessible to both academic and non-academic audiences, it provides the reader with the following: a critical, direct and hard hitting analysis of the real issues that apply to the field of ecotourism; contributions from prominent international scholars that address issues of relevance to a diverse and international readership; dissemination of the scholarly works of social and natural science addressing this field; a collection of works by outstanding international scholars, in a comprehensively planned and integrated book. Incorporating rigorous scientific insights in specialised fields of research, for example, identifying and protecting critical habits where tourists engage with endangered species, "Critical Issues in Ecotourism" is an important and ground breaking contribution set to expose the increasingly mythologized field of ecotourism. This is the first book to identify and comprehensively address, hot issues in ecotourism. It is written by a team of pre-eminent international contributors including the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand. It incorporates cutting-edge scientific research which exposes the crucial issues.
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