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Title   Contemporary Tourism Diversity & Change 

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Author   COHEN E  ISBN   9780080442440  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Pergamon Press  Group   Commerce/Law View shopping cart
Binding   Hardback Category   Tourism  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2004 Type   Go back
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Synopsis This volume brings together Cohen's principle articles on the sociology of tourism, published over the last three decades. Part one Collects his major theoretical papers, starting with the pioneering articles of the 1970's, which contributed to the opening of the field of tourism for social science research, up to the recent work on the ongoing process of change in contemporary tourism. Part two features the author's work on the many-sided interfaces between tourism and other domains - such as religion, crime and language. Part three includes several case studies, representative of diverse aspects of the author's empirical research. The introduction places the author's work in the context of the development of the field, while the concluding chapter outlines the challenges that future developments in tourism will pose to its study. Readership: Students in advanced courses in the sociology or anthropology of tourism and in interdisciplinary tourism and hospitality courses. Academics, tourism professionals and the second and third-degree students in the social sciences of tourism.

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