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Tourism education has matured from vocational to more liberal education while current trends underline the importance of critical studies and the shift of curricula to more action-oriented forms of education and citizenship education. However, a gap can be noticed between theory and practice in...
Values are important in education and their role in university studies is central in tourism teaching as well. How values are communicated to students is an important aspect of our axiological approach. In order to promote a fruitful approach to values in the students, this conceptual paper...
Despite well-established links between travel, learning and education in tourism studies, there is scant discussion around the ways in which “trouble” emerges and unfolds in experience-based and field course-learning scenarios. This exploratory research aims to understand this neglected aspect...
This article describes of an elective wildlife tourism management course at the University of Lapland. This teaching/learning course focused on blending theories used in place-based education to help students better grasp and explore their philosophical understanding of culture, nature, and...
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