Tradition, community and conservation: ecotourism as a development option

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Butcher, J. 2010. Tradition, community and conservation: ecotourism as a development option.
AuthorsButcher, J.
TypeConference keynote
Year2010
ConferenceSustainability, Nature Conservation and Community Development: Perspectives from the Anthropology of Tourism
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