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By: DK Muller and B Jannson
Using case studies from North America, Scandinavia, Scotland, New Zealand and the Polar Regions this book explores the use of tourism as a vehicle for regional development in peripheral areas. The book identifies the core obstacles facing tourism in peripheral regions and highlights that tourism development in peripheries is not any easy task. Topics covered include tourism management, rights of access, tourism destination communities, tourism impacts and regional development.
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