観光地の賞味期限: 「暮らしと観光」の文化論

Framsida
春風社, 1863 - 211 sidor
観光まちづくりに不可欠の要素とは?暮らしの目線で国内外13の事例を考察し、観光現象と地域文化の相互作用をとらえる。数々の地域の実践に参加してきた著者による、内発的・持続的な観光地づくりへの提言。
 

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