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Chapter 34: Applying case study methodology to tourism research
The chapter provides an introduction to the case study research methodology and illustrates the process of conducting case studies in the tourism field. Three methodological stages are discussed _ planning, conducting, and communicating results from case study research _ along with examples of projects conducted by the authors in diverse settings and range of tourism topics.
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