Family Tourism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives
Heike Schanzel, Heike Schänzel, Ian Yeoman, Elisa Backer
Channel View Publications, 2012 - Business & Economics - 199 pages
This cutting-edge international book brings together leading experts? latest research in the field of family tourism by adding to its underdeveloped knowledge base. Family Tourism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives underlines the infancy of academic family tourism research that belies its market importance and directs towards future implications and theoretical debates about the place of families within tourism.
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