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English seaside resorts’ fortunes have changed over the past half a century, and as a consequence, many of the towns’ physical environments and inhabitants have altered. Many grew in population through in-migration of the retired, changing the socio-economic and cultural structures....
A considerable amount of literature has been published on the relationship between tourism and economic growth. Nevertheless, there is a lack of empirical works for the Middle East and North Africa countries, especially for Morocco and Tunisia. Therefore, assessing the tourism-growth nexus in...
Conservation management in Norway is anchored in the historical tradition of friluftsliv although Norway's evolving economic policy signals that growing priority is being given to recreation and nature-based tourism development in association with protected natural areas (PNAs). Here we present...
A national (UK) policy to expand higher education has changed the demographic composition of communities in many university towns and cities and the social forces operating thereon. As the economy and services adapt, those already resident in such areas may be quite comfortable accommodating the...
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