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This paper presents the findings of a review of definitions and classifications used in Australia's current major tourism collections. It covers the four major national collections: the National Tourism Monitor; the Survey of Tourist Accommodation; the International Visitor Survey and the Overseas ...

Author(s)
Fleetwood, S.
Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Implications of the UN/WTO tourism definitions: Australia. Comparison of concepts, definitions and classifications used in Australian tourism collections with UN/WTO standards., 1997, pp 60 pp.
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This paper examines Bhutan's unique development model based on a philosophy called Gross National Happiness (GNH) through tourism. The discussion is framed by Macbeth's (2005) ethics platform in tourism research. The purpose of the paper is to investigate and understand a group of Western...

Author(s)
Teoh, S.
Publisher
Centre for Bhutan Studies, Thimphu, Bhutan
Citation
Journal of Bhutan Studies, 2012, 27, pp 34-65
Abstract

Over the last decade, so-called volunteer tourism, a combination of volunteering and traditional tourism, has become a popular topic of public debate. The conflicts among its characteristics-which include commercial and noncommercial motives, self-interest and altruism, and independence and...

Author(s)
Fu YaNan; Hou GuoLin; Li XinCun; Zhang JiangYan
Publisher
Tourism College of Beijing Union University, Beijing, China
Citation
Tourism Tribune, 2016, 31, 9, pp 124-134