Destination morphology: A new framework to understand tourism–transport issues?
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This special issue arises from the recognition of the need to maintain focus on further disentangling the relationship(s) between tourism destinations and transport. It remains, despite strong and illuminating contributions over the past few decades, a comparatively understudied topic in either field. We start by offering a simple framework based on geomorphology for clarifying how tourism and transport issues might manifest themselves and be characterized. We then outline the contributions in this special issue before concluding with questions of next steps.
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management
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