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eBook Codes of Ethics in Tourism: Practice, Theory, Synthesis (ASPECTS OF TOURISM) ePub

by David Malloy,David A. Fennell

  • ISBN: 1845410602
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: David Malloy,David A. Fennell
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Channel View Publications (May 16, 2007)
  • Pages: 200
  • ePub book: 1687 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1611 kb
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Codes of Ethics in Touris. has been added to your Basket. With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism.

Codes of Ethics in Touris. While the book includes a broad overview of what has been done to date in tourism studies in the area of code development and implementation, it ranges much more widely to incorporate theoretical work from outside the tourism field. This interdisciplinary approach serves two essential purposes.

With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism.

With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism.

With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism

With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism. First, it furnishes the study of tourism codes of ethics with a theoretical foundation, which up to the.

David Cruise Malloy, PhD, is a professor of applied philosophy in the Faculty of Kinesiology & Health Studies at the University of Regina, Canada.

Practice, Theory, Synthesis. by Dr. David A. Fennell, David Malloy. series Aspects of Tourism.

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This book remains the most in-depth large-scale introductory text on ethics as applied to tourism, examining the deep theoretical aspects of how human nature applies to tourism. It explores theory from a number of different disciplines, provides an overview of work on moral reasoning and development, and weaves together theory with real-world tourism ethics problems and issues.

With ethics fast becoming a mainstay in tourism studies and the tourism industry in general, this volume provides a timely and intensive look at the theory and practice of codes of ethics in tourism. While the book includes a broad overview of what has been done to date in tourism studies in the area of code development and implementation, it ranges much more widely to incorporate theoretical work from outside the tourism field. This interdisciplinary approach serves two essential purposes. First, it furnishes the study of tourism codes of ethics with a theoretical foundation, which up to the present has been lacking. Second, it affords tourism scholars the opportunity to investigate codes in tourism from a multiplicity of perspectives, with direct relevance to the industry at many levels.