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Despite substantial growth in international mobility as a result of technological, economic and political change national borders still constitute a significant barrier for tourism. Although in many countries people may believe that they have an intrinsic right to travel, no such legal rights...
The following article develops a framework for the analysis of political participation and community involvement in destinations of lifestyle mobility. Based on central arguments of Bourdieu's Theory of Practice, the proposed conceptual approach defends the idea that the political activation of...
Tourism mobility has been discussed in certain contexts in the relevant literature but has received limited treatment in the context of regional integration schemes. The purpose of this paper is to establish to what extent such schemes support or facilitate the deregulation of tourism mobility....
Biological invasion, the unintentional introduction of non-native alien plants, animals and disease into a country, has become a major health, economic and environmental issue. Tourism is widely regarded as a major contributor to the dispersal of invasive species. Measures to control biological...
This paper uses the theoretical concept of social capital as its framework to examine festivals in the context of social and cultural policy. Government policies have cited the arts as a tool for combating social exclusion, overcoming barriers between people and fostering community cohesion....
The Scottish Parliament has produced significant policy divergence from Westminster, as policy-makers create Scottish solutions to Scottish problems (Adams & Schmuecker, 2006; Greer, 2005; Keating, 2005). In England, the focus has been on physical education (PE) and school sport for educational...
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