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Chapter 42: Child-centred approaches in tourism and hospitality research: methodological opportunities and ethical challenges
This chapter draws attention to the lack of research involving children and young people in tourism and hospitality studies, despite the important role young people play in these industries. The chapter presents some of the methodological opportunities to advance child-centred, ethically sound tourism research approaches which respect the dignity and voice of children involved.
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