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Visitors as victims: crimes against tourists in Hawaii


, : Visitors as victims: crimes against tourists in Hawaii. Annals of Tourism Research 13(2): 167-191

During the last decade an increasing number of researchers have reported a statistical relationship between the incidence of crime and the development of mass tourism in resort destination areas.

Accession: 001507899

DOI: 10.1016/0160-7383(86)90036-8

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