Tourism Education : Life Begins at 40

  title={Tourism Education : Life Begins at 40},
  author={David Airey},
It is difficult to put a precise date on the start of tourism education but, as the author has already commented (Airey 2005b : 13), it was during the 1960s that “a number of key changes in tourism [itself], in education and in society more generally,” led to the emergence of tourism “both as a clear area of study in its own right and as a subject for study to diploma and degree level and for research.” It was during that decade that many of the early tourism programmes began. They are now… CONTINUE READING

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