… will be enlisted to provide a holistic view of the issue.
This study will use a carefully designed survey, applying appropriate versions of the fundamental questionnaire and distributing it to participants, managing and coordinating decision-makers, and theorists in tourism as a viable means of economic infusion. Where appropriate …
… making the world a better place for everyone inhabiting it.
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Griffiths A, Easson M, Reid B and …