7 edition of The No-Nonsense Guide to Tourism (No-Nonsense Guides) found in the catalog.
by New Internationalist
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||144|
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The No-Nonsense Guide to Tourism (No-Nonsense Guides) Paperback – May 1, by Pamela Nowicka (Author)Cited by: 3. "The No-Nonsense Guide to Tourism tells you what the Lonely Planet does not - that there is more to your holiday than visiting the 'attractions', relishing local 5/5(1).
Thirdly, the name of the series itself is misleading: "No-Nonsense Guide" implies an impartial information source, but this is really a lot more of an essay by the author. Ultimately, the book contains important information and critical food for thought, on a topic that is completely disregarded by mainstream media/5.
The No-Nonsense Guide to Islam This guide explains Islamic history, the Qur’an, sharia law, and Islam’s relationship with the West. It analyzes the struggle within the faith for a more humane interpretation of the religion, issues surrounding women, democracy, and Pages: This No-Nonsense Guide demystifies the often invisible impacts of global tourism, one of the biggest industries in the world.
From labor conditions to development by stealth; to the role of elites and the cultural impacts on both the visitor and the visited. In this No-Nonsense Guide, Pamela Nowicka explores the third largest industry in the world (after oil and narcotics) and its profound economic, social, and environmental impacts.
Taking the reader on a trip from the early days of travel to the first package tours and on to today’s mass tourism, she argues that without a greater commitment to equitable and sustainable practices, tourists of all stripes will.
In this No-Nonsense Guide, Pamela Nowicka explores the third largest industry in the world (after oil and narcotics) and its profound economic, social, and environmental impacts.
Taking the reader on a trip from the early days of travel to the first package tours and on to today's mass tourism, she argues that without a greater commitment to equitable and sustainable practices, tourists of all 5/5(1). "The No-Nonsense Guide to Tourism tells you what the Lonely Planet does not - that there is more to your holiday than visiting the 'attractions', relishing local Author: Pamela Nowicka.
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Still, there is no time to develop any one idea or topic that this book offers. At best, one could say that it offers a few chronological and anthropocentric snap-shots of the earth and leads to where it is now, with the author's left-leaning (in a good way) slant coming through/5.
Read "The No-Nonsense Guide to Tourism" by Pamela Nowicka available from Rakuten Kobo. This guide demystifies the often invisible impacts of global tourism, one of Brand: New Internationalist. The no-nonsense guide to tourism. [Pamela Nowicka] -- "In this No-Nonsense Guide, Pamela Nowicka explores the third biggest industry in the world (after oil and narcotics).
Taking the reader on a trip through the early days of travel, up to the first. If you want to search a specific author or book, you can use our search engine. We have also books for children and a section for Audiobooks will be available soon.
Don't forget to follow us on and to be updated about the newest eBooks. Happy reading. Last 10 added eBooks. No-Nonsense Guides. Small books. Big ideas. No-Nonsense Guides are primers to important issues, written from a critical perspective. These accessible guides–on topics ranging from globalization, green politics and global media to the arms trade, sexual diversity, and animal rights–will appeal to senior high school students, lower level college and university students, and anyone who wants to “sound smart.
Never miss another story again. Get our free fortnightly enews. Contact. No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks PO Box Tucson, AZ Phone: Toll Free US Phone: Email: @ Planning Research in Hospitality & Tourism. Book • in a straight forward “no nonsense” guide * Carefully considering the particular characteristics of the hospitality and tourism sectors in relation to embarking on a research project in the area * Including in each chapter an “International Dimension” section, as well as.
Many people would like to consider ethical issues when going on holiday but don't know where to start. This guide gives an introduction to the issues. It aims to demystify the impacts of global tourism, one of the biggest industries in the world. It also takes in themes like the gap year, and the role of travel and vacations in western cultures.
Marketing in Travel and Tourism aims to guide and support readers through the complexities of tourism marketing in the 21st Century. Each chapter of the book has been updated to include current evaluations of all the key developments in marketing, especially consumer centric marketing and the now focal role of the Internet in the marketing mix.
The Lonely Planet series offers comprehensive, no-nonsense facts, low- and mid-budget listings, and helpful on-the-ground travel tips. Frommer's Guides: The granddaddy of travel publishing, Arthur Frommer has reinvented his series to be leaner and more focused on the budget traveler.
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Comprehensible for a lay person, "The No Nonsense Guide," documents the main ideas in the International development process as well as providing a critique of it/5(16).Which is where my book, The No-Nonsense Guide to Using Buddhism and Eastern Philosophy For A Better Life, comes in. This unique 96 page eBook filters out the mystery of these philosophies and shows you how to improve all aspects of daily living, including your relationships, emotional resilience and state of .