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Developing an applied public consultation model for integrating residents' evaluative opinions of local government tourism strategies and the social, economic and environmental impacts associated with their actions

Snaith, T. and Butler, R. (2001) Developing an applied public consultation model for integrating residents' evaluative opinions of local government tourism strategies and the social, economic and environmental impacts associated with their actions. In: Urban Tourism: Theory and Practice. Science Press, pp. 213-222.

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Abstract

Book chapter examines the development of an applied public consultation model for integrating residents' evaluative opinions of local government tourism strategies and the social, economic and environmental impacts associated with their actions.