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Author: Razaq Raj, Kevin Griffin, Nigel Morpeth

ISBN: 978-1-84593-923-6


Publisher: CABI

Edition: 2013

Price: NA

Pages: 247

REVIEW: Cultural Tourism provided a comprehensive international overview of cultural concepts, activities and behaviors linked to tourism and event management. Utilizing current discourse on themes such as sustainability and multiculturalism. It positions culture as an important aspect of tourism and event studies.

Presenting reflections by geographically and culturally diverse experts, the work provides unique insights into contemporary cultural tourism research at local , regional, national and international levels. The chapters within the book explore the links between cultures, tourism, principles and practice, and also interrogate the multiple meanings of cultural tourism for communities, businesses, cultural stakeholders and the tourism industry itself.

In this work the editors have put together a unique body of knowledge that will enhance studentís studentsí experience of cultural tourism. It also provides thought provoking considerations for managers working in the field and thereby will add to existing knowledge regarding cultural tourism management.

  Reviewed By: Gupta Atul, Institute of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, Bhopal
Issue: V5N1
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International Journal of
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An International, Biannual,
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ISSN: 2240-5371
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