Codes of ethics in tourism: practice, theory, synthesis
Channel View Publications, May 30, 2007 - Business & Economics - 186 pages
With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism. While the book includes a broad overview of what has been done to date in tourism studies in the areaof code development and implementation, it ranges much more widely to incorporate theoretical work from outside the tourism field in an effort to synthesise theory and practice.
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Organisational Expressions of Ethics
Surveying the Tourism Landscape
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Codes of Ethics in Tourism: Practice, Theory, Synthesis
David A. Fennell,David Cruise Malloy
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