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This book comprises the papers presented at the third international conference in museum studies, held at the University of Leicester, UK, in April 1993. The collection brings together papers from the UK, South Africa, Canada, USA, Croatia, India, Israel and Austria. A total of 25 papers, of which...

Publisher
Routledge, London, UK
Citation
Museum, media, message., 1995, pp xvi + 299 pp.
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Over the past decade there has been a notable growth in the study of sport in the contexts of race and ethnicity. A number of developments have contributed to stimulate this interest, but three sets of considerations appear to have been of decisive importance. First, black sportsmen and sportswomen ...

Publisher
Falmer Press, Basingstoke, UK
Citation
Sport, racism and ethnicity., 1991, pp 202pp
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The book explores the potential benefits and pitfalls of nature tourism, an innovative concept that links natural resource conservation with local economic development, providing a viable economic alternative to environmental exploitation. The first of two parts looks at key ecotourism destinations ...

Publisher
Island Press, Washington, D.C., USA
Citation
Nature tourism: managing for the environment., 1991, pp xii + 223pp.
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The book deals with developments in sport in 15 countries. Following a general introduction, individual chapters present information on developments in sport in: Canada, the USA, Japan, India, New Zealand. Czechoslovakia, Poland, Bulgaria, Italy, France, Portugal, the Netherlands, the UK, Finland...

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Giordano Bruno, Culemborg, Netherlands
Citation
Trends in sports: a multinational perspective., 1989, pp 422pp.
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The annual movement of the world's population across borders into rural, agricultural and less developed parts of the world has not taken place without serious social, economic and ecological consequences. Against the background of an analysis of the history of travel, from ancient times through...

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Verlag C.H. Beck, Munich, Germany
Citation
Der neue Tourismus: Rücksicht auf Land und Leute., 1990, pp 172pp.

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