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Journeys of Discovery in Volunteer Tourism International Case Study Perspectives

Edited By: KD Lyons and S Wearing
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Journeys of Discovery in Volunteer Tourism
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The fast-growing phenomenon of volunteer tourism encompasses a diverse range of activities, from conserving environments to working with host communities to alleviate poverty. However, understanding the complex relationship between volunteering and tourism requires a wide analytical framework. This book provides a broad and valuable insight into how volunteer tourism is growing and developing. Theoretical and empirical case studies from leading researchers in the field explore the experiences of the volunteer tourist and the power relationships between volunteers and host communities and commercial, non-commercial and government entities involved in developing and supporting volunteer tourism. The ambiguous and contested intersections between volunteering, travel and alternative tourism as a foundation for considering the future of volunteer tourism are also examined.

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Edited By: KD Lyons and S Wearing
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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