Tourism development revisited : concepts, issues and paradigms

  title={Tourism development revisited : concepts, issues and paradigms},
  author={S. Babu and S. Mishra and Bivraj Bhusan Parida},
Tourism Development Revisited: An Introduction - Sutheeshna Babu S, Sitikantha Mishra and Bivraj Bhusan Parida I: TOURISM DEVELOPMENT CONCEPTS, ISSUES AND PROCESS Tourism as Discipline and Industry: Some Comments on the Progressing - Debates Sutheeshna Babu S Modern Tourism and Its Development in a Post-Modern Age - Richard Butler Some Reflections on Tourism and Post-Colonialism - Peter M Burns Trends in Tourism: Spectres of New Displacements - Nina Rao Tourism and the Informal Sector: Notes on… 

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