Insights from the International Competence Network of Tourism Research and Education (ICNT)
Edited By Michael Lück and Claire Liu
The International Competence Network of Tourism Research and Education (ICNT) covers a wide range of research expertise in the fields of tourism, hospitality and events management. ICNT’s sixth book showcases a kaleidoscope of tourism and hospitality topics, ranging from tourism education to sustainable tourism, wildlife tourism, Brexit and tourism, and to travel intermediation, tourist motivation and experiences. The book explains the way tourism and hospitality are understood in different countries around the world. Consequently, this book stimulates thought and discussion on tourist experiences and management, from the viewpoint of various stakeholders. It provides a wealth of new knowledge and will be a valuable resource for students, academics, researchers and industry members alike.
Alisha Ali and Philip Murray
Learning in the Workplace: An Innovative Approach to Work Experience
Heike Schänzel and Donna O’Donnell
School-led Tourism in New Zealand: Educating Students for Global Citizenship
Elricke Botha, Petrus van der Merwe and Melville Saayman
Interpretation in Protected Areas: The case of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa
Chantal D. Pagel, Matthias Waltert, Michael Scheer and Michael Lück
Swimming with wild orcas in Norway: Killer whale behaviours addressed towards snorkelers and divers in an unregulated whale watching market
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