Aspects of Tourism Texts
Chris Cooper (Leeds Beckett University, UK)
C. Michael Hall (University of Canterbury, New Zealand)
Dallen J. Timothy (Arizona State University, USA)
This series of textbooks aims to provide a comprehensive set of titles for higher level undergraduate and postgraduate students. The titles will focus on identified areas of need and reflect a contemporary approach to tourism curriculum design. The books are specially written to focus on the needs, interests and skills of students and academics. They will have an easy-to-use format with clearly defined learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, comprehensive summary material, end of chapter review questions, annotated further reading and websites. The books will be international in scope with examples and cases drawn from all over the world.
All books in this series are externally peer-reviewed.
If you are currently teaching a course and do not have an adequate textbook please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to fill the gap.
Our commissioning editors are happy to discuss ideas and suggestions for textbooks. Please discuss any textbook proposals informally with Sarah Williams before sending in a full proposal.
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Principles, Contexts and Practices
Skills, Culture and Industry
Modes, Networks and Flows