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Leisure & tourism

Leisure & tourism

Since the 1970s, CABI has been covering the global literature on travel, tourism, leisure, recreation, sport, hospitality and culture. CABI offers unique resources supporting research and learning; collating information not just from specialist journals and books in the leisure and tourism fields, but also all relevant material from CABI’s wider coverage in rural development, health, economics and the environment. 

The Leisure Tourism internet resource is the complete information service covering leisure, recreation, sport, hospitality, tourism and culture. We also publish a wide range of books covering all aspects of leisure and tourism.

*** Booking is now open for 'Animal Welfare and Tourism' (the 7th Annual CABI RVC Symposium); 13th June, South Bank University, London. ***

 

Religious Tourism in Asia

The Asia-Pacific region is considered the world's religious core, with the greatest number of pilgrims and travellers for religious events, for both international and domestic tourism. It is estimated that there are approximately six hundred million ...

Gender Equality and Tourism: Beyond Empowerment

Does tourism empower women working in and producing tourism? How are women using the transformations tourism brings to their advantage? How do women, despite prejudice and stereotypes, break free, resist and renegotiate gender norms at the personal a...

Degrowth in Tourism: Conceptual, Theoretical and Philosophical Issues

The modern-day world faces a hostile climate, depleted resources and the destruction of habitats. The dream that growth will lead to a materialistic utopia is left unfulfilled by a lack of ecological and economic capacity. The only choice is to find ...