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Tourist Behaviour

ASPECTS OF TOURISM Series Editors: Professor Chris Cooper, University of Queensland, Australia Dr C. Michael Hall, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Dr Dallen Timothy, Arizona State University, Tempe, USA Aspects of Tourism is an innovative, multifaceted series which will comprise authoritative reference handbooks on global tourism regions, research volumes, texts and monographs. It is designed to provide readers with the latest thinking on tourism world-wide and in so doing will push back the frontiers of tourism knowledge. The series will also introduce a new generation of international tourism authors, writing on leading edge topics. The volumes will be readable and user-friendly, providing accessible sources for further research. The list will be underpinned by an annual authoritative tourism research volume. Books in the series will be commissioned that probe the relationship between tourism and cognate subject areas such as strategy, development, retailing, sport and environmental studies. The publisher and series editors welcome proposals from writers with projects on these topics. Other Books in the Series Tourism, Mobility and Second Homes C. Michael Hall and Dieter Müller Strategic Management for Tourism Communities: Bridging the Gaps Peter E. Murphy and Ann E. Murphy Oceania: A Tourism Handbook Chris Cooper and C. Michael Hall (eds) Tourism Marketing: A Collaborative Approach Alan Fyall and Brian Garrod Music and Tourism: On the Road Again Chris Gibson and John Connell Tourism Development: Issues for a Vulnerable Industry Julio Aramberri and Richard Butler (eds) Nature-based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development or Disaster? C. Michael Hall and Stephen Boyd (eds) Tourism, Recreation and Climate Change C. Michael Hall and James Higham (eds) Shopping Tourism, Retailing and Leisure Dallen J. Timothy Wildlife Tourism David Newsome, Ross Dowling and Susan Moore Film-Induced Tourism Sue Beeton Rural Tourism and Sustainable Business Derek Hall, Irene Kirkpatrick and Morag Mitchell (eds) The Tourism Area Life Cycle, Vol.1: Applications and Modifications Richard W. Butler (ed.) The Tourism Area Life Cycle, Vol.2: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues Richard W. Butler (ed.)

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Series Editors: Chris Cooper (University of Queensland, Australia), C. Michael Hall (University of Otago, New Zealand) and Dallen Timothy (Arizona State University, USA)

Tourist Behaviour
Themes and Conceptual Schemes

Philip L. Pearce

CHANNEL VIEW PUBLICATIONS Clevedon • Buffalo • Toronto

Special thanks to Anne Sharp in recognition of our sustained professional partnership

Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Pearce, Philip L. Tourist Behaviour: Themes and Conceptual Schemes/Philip L. Pearce. Aspects of Tourism: 27 Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Travelers–Psychology. 2. Tourism–Psychological aspects. 3. Tourism–Social aspects. I. Title. II. Series. G155.A1P3622 2005 910'.01'9–dc22 2005003806 British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue entry for this book is available from the British Library. ISBN 1-84541-023-8 /EAN 978-1-84541-023-0 (hbk) ISBN 1-84541-022-X / EAN 978-1-84541-022-3 (pbk) ISBN 1-84541-024-6 / EAN 978-1-84541-024-7 (electronic) Channel View Publications An imprint of Multilingual Matters Ltd UK: Frankfurt Lodge, Clevedon Hall, Victoria Road, Clevedon BS21 7HH. USA: 2250 Military Road, Tonawanda, NY 14150, USA. Canada: 5201 Dufferin Street, North York, Ontario, Canada M3H 5T8. Copyright © 2005 Philip L. Pearce. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher. Typeset by Wordworks Ltd. Printed and bound in Great...
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