Volunteer tourism, subjectivity and the psychosocial

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Crossley, Emilie;
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Volunteer tourism is an increasingly popular practice that provides tourists with the opportunity to contribute to community development or environmental projects, usually in Third World countries. This research explores the potential of volunteer tourism to develop cro... View more
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