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ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL, STATE, REGIONAL AND LOCAL TOURISM STRATEGIES AND PLANS: identification of strategic issues FULL VERSION

By Char-lee McLennan and Lisa Ruhanen
ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL, STATE,  REGIONAL AND LOCAL TOURISM STRATEGIES AND PLANS: identification of strategic issues FULL VERSION
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The extended appendix version of the Analysis of national, state, regional and local tourism strategies and plans: identification of strategic issues report contains additional appendices that summarise each of the 76 strategies that composed the sample included in the analysis. These detailed appendices reveal major issues that emerged from each document and shows how the emerging issues were categorised. This version also contains referencing details of all the current strategies and plans that were able to be obtained throughout the course of the intensive literature collection.
The extended appendix version of the Analysis of national, state, regional and local tourism strategies and plans: identification of strategic issues report contains additional appendices that summarise each of the 76 strategies that composed the sample included in the analysis. These detailed appendices reveal major issues that emerged from each document and shows how the emerging issues were categorised. This version also contains referencing details of all the current strategies and plans that were able to be obtained throughout the course of the intensive literature collection. Reduce

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