Borders and Tourism: A forward agenda

David Meade, Stephen Boyd, Desmond Hill

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Abstract

This was a conceptual chapter that examine the role of borders in tourism, the development of a literature on border-related tourism. The chapter sets out a conceptual theory of the border region between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland as having potential as a tourism space.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland: Concepts, Issues and Challenges
EditorsN O'Connor, M Keating, J Malone, A Murphy
PublisherWIT Press
Pages1-16
ISBN (Print)0-9540281-7-1
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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    Meade, D., Boyd, S., & Hill, D. (2007). Borders and Tourism: A forward agenda. In N. O'Connor, M. Keating, J. Malone, & A. Murphy (Eds.), Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland: Concepts, Issues and Challenges (pp. 1-16). WIT Press.