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Kevin Meethan, Hazel Andrews and Graham Busby iii


Is Wellington Environmentally Friendly? Visitors’ Views of New Zealand’s Capital.Abel Duarte Alonso, p.1

Engaging Auschwitz: an analysis of young travellers’ experiences of Holocaust Tourism. Thomas P. Thurnell-Read, p. 26

‘Non vedete. È un rivoluzione.’ [You don’t see. It’s a revolution] Edward Lear Landscape Painter and Italy. Kathryn Walchester, p.53

Research Notes

Moving with the Times: Visual representations of the tourism phenomenon. Catherine Palmer, p. 74

Book Reviews

C. B. N. Chin: Cruising in the Global Economy: Profits, Pleasure and Work at Sea. Reviewed by Phillip Gibson, p. 86.

Ball, S; Horner, S and Nield, K. Contemporary Hospitality & Tourism: Management issues in China and India Reviewed by Rong Huang, p. 88

Watson, N. The Literary Tourist Reviewed by Graham Busby, p.93

Winter, T. Post-Conflict Heritage, Postcolonial Tourism – Culture, Politics and Development at Angkor. Reviewed by David Botterill, p.99

Woodside, A, and Martin, D. Tourism Management: Analysis, behaviour and strategy. Reviewed by Andreas Walmsley

Conference Reports

2nd International Colloquium on Tourism and Leisure, Chiang Mai, Thailand 5-8th May 2008 Ray Boland and Brian Wheeller, p. 107

Opportunities and Challenges: The 1st International Cruise Conference Bremerhaven, Germany 26 – 27 Sept 2008 Philip Gibson and Alexis Papathanassis , p. 113

The 2nd ITSA Biennial Conference Globalization, Tourism and Development: Mega Events and Urban Tourism, Shanghai, 6-9 November 2008. Graham Busby, p. 118

The 4th World Conference for Graduate Research in Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure – Antalya, Turkey, 22-27 April 2008. Graham Busby 120

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