Maximiliano E Korstanje
University of Palermo, Argentina CERS,
University of Leeds, UK
BOOK REVIEW: TOURISM RESEARCH FRONTIERS: BEYONG THE BOUNDARIES OF KNOWLEDGE
In only eight chapters and 165 pages, this book discusses the needs of introducing new themes of investigation in the specialized literature of tourism research. Likely, this globalized world looks pretty different from a couple of decades back, when the discipline was founded. New times, new horizons and new challenges need new thinking.
As a part of prestigious Emerald Series, Chambers and Rakic present an edited book, oriented to expand the epistemological boundaries of tourism research, imagining not only new themes and issues to explore but new problems. Based on the legacy of Jafar Jafari, the editors worked hard to compile different voices, dotted of different arguments, into a shared viewpoint.
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