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INDIGENOUS/ABORIGINAL TOURISM RESEARCH IN AUSTRALIA (2000-2008): Industry lessons and future research needs

By Pascal Tremblay and Aggie Wegner
INDIGENOUS/ABORIGINAL TOURISM RESEARCH IN AUSTRALIA (2000-2008): Industry lessons and future research needs
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Research on Indigenous/Aboriginal tourism (IAT) is highly heterogeneous and difficult to organise for the purpose of over-viewing and synthesising. In order to gain an overview of completed research, and be able toidentify benefits, gaps and directions of IAT research in the Australian context, this research project had three main objectives:to review IAT researchuse this review to identify lessons learned for industryidentify gaps, future opportunities and possible directions for IAT research.
Research on Indigenous/Aboriginal tourism (IAT) is highly heterogeneous and difficult to organise for the purpose of over-viewing and synthesising. In order to gain an overview of completed research, and be able toidentify benefits, gaps and directions of IAT research in the Australian context, this research project had three main objectives:to review IAT researchuse this review to identify lessons learned for industryidentify gaps, future opportunities and possible directions for IAT research. Reduce

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