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Chapter 20: Findings from the treasure chest: conducting archival research in tourism and hospitality
in this chapter, archival Research is presented as an alternative research strategy in qualitative tourism and hospitality research. Its theoretical underpinnings are highlighted; common pitfalls, and tools to avoid these, are presented; and a case study provides a practical research setting. Finally, its rigour and potential methodological contribution are shown.
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