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Paradoxes of tourism in Goa


, : Paradoxes of tourism in Goa. Annals of Tourism Research 24(1): 52-75

An ethnographic study of the perceptions of tourists and the host community in Goa is conducted, and an analysis of the present structure of the industry in North Goa, especially the wide-ranging involvement of many small indigenous family businesses provided.

Accession: 002914948

DOI: 10.1016/s0160-7383(96)00051-5

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