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    Acknowledgements

    We would like to dedicate this book to all of the tourism academics and scholars who have inspired us over the years. Although these are almost too numerous to mention, they include in particular:

    Cara Aitchison, Dimitrios Buhalis, Peter Burns, Graeme Evans, John Fletcher, Derek Hall, Michael Hall, Keith Hollinshead, Howard Hughes, Greg Richards, Mike Robinson, Chris Rojek, Valene Smith, John Tribe, John Urry Brian Wheeller and Heather Zeppel.

    Thank you all for continually moving the field of tourism studies forward and for keeping us all on our toes!

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