publication . Other literature type . 2017

Host-guest interaction on Bruny and Magnetic Islands, Australia

Moyle, Brent Don;
Open Access English
  • Published: 13 Jan 2017
Islands are integral to the earth’s biodiversity, with their distinct environments offering a haven for a variety of threatened species of plants, wildlife and unique human cultures. Worldwide, tourism activity profoundly impacts upon destinations, but the impacts on islands are noticeably more acute due to their fragile environments and isolated communities. Research has found that tourism can impact island communities in a variety of ways, including economically, socially and environmentally. Importantly, social interaction is often central to the visitor experience on islands, yet local resentment of tourism development can dilute the tourism experience and i...
free text keywords: Uncategorized, host-guest interaction, thesis(doctorate), magnetic island, australia, social exchange theory (set), 1959.1/168566, ethesis-20100325-173727, tourism impacts, sustainable tourism development, bruny island, australia, 2009, monash:29444, open access
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