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Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility
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6 black & white illustrations, 7 black & white tables, 1 black & white halftones, 6 black & white line drawings
Peter Varley, Steve Taylor, Tony Johnston
Table Of Contents
Section 1: The Meaning of Adventure 1. The Meaning of Adventure 2. The Adventure Enigma: An Analysis of Mountain Based Adventure Tourism in Britain 3. Capturing Meaning as well as Pleasure: A Happiness Study with Adventure Tourists 4. Pushing Life to the Edge: The Ability of Adventure to Take the Individual into the World Section 2: The Adventure Experience 5. Recovering the Forgotten Ground: Narratives of Slow Adventure 6. The Disneyization of Adventure 7. Profiling Adventure Tourists in Pretoria: A Comparative Analysis 8. How was it for you? Assessing the Quality of the Adventure Experience Section 3: Adventure Learning 9. The Demise of the Outdoor Apprenticeship 10. Structured Feedback in Outdoor Adventure Education 11. Learning through Adventure
Steve Taylor is a researcher at West Highland College, University of the High-lands and Islands. Peter Varley is Director of the Centre for Recreation and Tourism Research at West Highland College, University of the Highlands and Islands. Tony Johnston is a lecturer in Development Geography at King's College London.