Frameworks for Tourism Research
Frameworks are the foundation of good scholarship. They structure, organize and communicate research, underpin individual studies and shape the field of study as a whole. This book introduces students to the concept of frameworks in tourism research and provides a review, discussion and critique of frameworks. Theoretical, conceptual, analytical and integrative frameworks are all covered in detail, with the features, use, strengths and limitations of each from discussed and illustrated using a wide range of examples and applications across the field of tourism studies. It is suitable for acade.
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2 Theoretical Frameworks
3 Conceptual Frameworks
4 Analytical Frameworks
5 Integrative Frameworks
6 Multipurpose Matrices
7 Process Frameworks
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