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    • Business, Economics & Law
      September 2016

      Die ausländische Strafrechtswissenschaft in Selbstdarstellungen

      Die internationale Rezeption des deutschen Strafrechts

      by Eric Hilgendorf

      The planned anthology will compile the autobiographies of colleagues abroad who have served in an exemplary way to promote collaboration with the science of German criminal law. ;

    • Law
      May 2016

      National Law Review

      by National Law Review

      Hourly updates of legal news and analysis written by America's premier law firms and legal thought leaders.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2017

      Leisure, Sport and Tourism, Politics, Policy and Planning

      by A.J. Veal

      The gap between theory and practice in the leisure, sport and tourism studies areas seems to have widened as scholars have become more specialized. Nevertheless, it is imperative that students be as familiar as possible with a wide range of social and political theory, and also be able to reconcile that knowledge with their own current and future roles as practicing professionals. A comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to public policymaking and planning in the leisure, sport and tourism sectors, this book: - examines the theoretical issues underpinning public sector policymaking such as political ideologies, leisure wants, needs, demand and benefits, and human rights in leisure, sport, tourism and culture; - discusses the debates surrounding the role of the state versus market, and models of organizational decision-making; and - uses applied sections addressing strategic planning and performance evaluation to provide a link between theory and practical analytical techniques. As well as extensive updating of sources, this new edition examines such topics as libertarianism, theocracy, anti-establishment politics, and the concept of generations. A new chapter presents discussions of a number of 'issues and challenges' facing the leisure, sport and tourism sector. Introducing the subject for undergraduate and postgraduate students of leisure, sport and tourism, this book is also a useful addition to the shelf of any policy maker or practitioner within the industries. ; A multi-disciplinary approach to policy making and planning in the leisure, sport and tourism sectors, this book provides an introduction for students. It examines theoretical issues underpinning public sector policy making, debates around the role of the state versus market, and models of organisational decision-making. ; -: Preface I: SOCIETY, POLITICS, POLICY & PLANNING 1: Introduction 2: Political ideologies 3: Wants, needs, obligations, etc. 4: Human rights and citizenship rights 5: The market versus the state II: PLANNING FRAMEWORKS 6: Public policy-making 7: Types of plan 8: Evaluating approaches to planning 9: U-Plan: participation-based approach to planning III: PLANNING TOOLS 10: Planning tool 1: Consultative 11: Panning tool 2: Facility/service audit: Process & Capacity 12: Planning tool 3:Facility/service audit: Facility use/assessment 13: Planning tool 4: Forecasting demand IV: EVALUATION 14: Economic evaluation 15: Performance evaluation V: SECTORS, GROUPS & ISSUES 16: Policy and planning in particular sectors 17: Policy and planning for particular groups 18: Issues/challenges

    • Business, Economics & Law
      January 2017

      Cruise Ship Tourism

      by Ross Dowling, Clare Weeden

      Completely updated and revised, Cruise Ship Tourism, 2nd Edition covers the economic, social and environmental impacts of cruising, combining the latest knowledge and research to provide a comprehensive account of the subject. Despite the industry growing rapidly, there is a substantial gap in the related literature, and this book addresses the key issues for researchers, students and industry professionals. This second edition: - Reviews the fundamental principles of the industry, the cruise experience from a passenger perspective, marketing, planning and destination development. - Includes case studies throughout, translating theory into practical management advice. - Comprises contributions from over fifty international contributors to portray a truly global perspective. - Provides numerous full colour illustrations to bring the subject to life. A valuable 'one-stop-shop' for those interested in cruise ships and maritime tourism, this new edition from major names in the field is also an invaluable resource for anyone concerned more widely with tourism and business development. ; Covering the economic, social and environmental impacts of cruising, this book combines the latest research with practical case studies to provide a comprehensive account of the subject. It reviews the fundamental principles of the industry, the cruise experience from a passenger perspective, marketing, planning and destination development. ; 1: The world of cruising Part 1: Fundamental principles 2: Power and profits in the global cruise industry 3: Representation without taxation 4: Flags of convenience and the global cruise labor market 5: Corporate social responsibility in the cruise sector 6: Passengers and risk: Health, wellbeing and liability 7: Economics of cruise shipping: The need for a new business model 8: High fees on the high seas? The provision of extra-fee products and services 9: ‘Oceans apart’: Bridging the gap between academic research and professional practice in cruise tourism Part 2: The cruise experience: People and passengers 10: Talent management and the cruise industry 11: A sailor’s life for me: An example of how one port of call has developed in the hope of meeting crew expectations 12: Mediating the cruise experience 13: Conceptualizing the cruise ship tourist experience 14: Managing health-related crises in the cruise industry 15: Cruises, safety and security in a violent world Part 3: Markets, marketing and motivations 16: Safe, secure and sustainable: Attributes of a strong cruise brand 17: The image of cruise ship holidays on Italian television: A comparative analysis 18: Purchasing attributes for cruise passengers 19: Motivations and constraints of cruising for the US and Chinese markets 20: Children and the family market 21: Cruising with Pride: The LGBT cruise market 22: The changing consumer: ‘Digital cruising’ Part 4: Impacts of cruise ship tourism: Stakeholders, politics and power 23: Stakeholders’ perceived gains and obstacles of cruise ship tourism development: the case of La Palma Island 24: Cruise ships and protected areas in the marine biome: An analysis of tourism in the Brazilian context 25: Sailing into stormy waters? Understanding the community impacts of cruise tourism growth in Akaroa, New Zealand 26: Cruise tourism in a remote small island – High yield and low impact? 27: Cruise tourists on the mainland: Itineraries and interactions Part 5: Planning and management for sustainable cruising 28: Environmental reporting in the cruise industry 29: Improving sustainable management of expedition cruise destinations in Australia: Governance and management lessons from the Great Barrier Reef, the Kimberley and Tasmania 30: Sailing in icy waters: Antarctic cruise tourism development, regulation and management Part 6: Ports, destinations and infrastructure development 31: Development of cruise tourism in Saudi Arabia 32: Cruise itinerary planning 33: Is China a new goldmine for cruise companies? 34: Cruising in Asia with a focus on China Part 7: Conclusions and future directions 35: Conclusions and future directions

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2018

      Creating Business Magic

      How the Power of Magic Can Inspire, Innovate, and Revolutionize Your Business

      by David Morey, Eugene Burger, John E. McLaughlin

      Business magic and disruptive innovationFirst comes the magic, and then the magic becomes the realityYou may think you know what magic is. Abracadabra, hocus-pocus. Forget about it. Magic? Magic is what human beings do. It’s just that some do it a lot better than others.Business strategies from the world's greatest magicians: This book takes everything that three remarkable authors—a corporate strategist, the former acting director of the CIA, and a world-renowned magician—have learned about magic and packs it into a unique framework that captures the best of this art form and relates it directly to key lessons applicable to a wide variety of business enterprises. The authors’ objective is not to create a new generation of magicians, but to adapt nine strategies of the world’s greatest magicians and inspire boundless imagination, bolster innovation, energize leadership, and spark success in any business. At the core of Creating Business Magic is the belief that imagination can make magicians of us all.Magic and disruptive innovation: Each chapter opens with a scenario depicting a pivotal historic moment in magic—from Harry Houdini to Doug Henning to Penn and Teller to David Copperfield—and uses it as a starting point to explore how the magical technique employed can create a fertile environment for industry disruptive innovation and propel a company light years ahead of the competition. The nine disruptive strategies presented by the authors demonstrate how to:Anticipate the next trends out of thin airCreate remarkable new products that wow customersLaunch marketing and advertising campaigns that will mesmerize “aspirationals”Make dazzling sales presentations li>Resolve seemingly unsolvable business dilemmasInspire teams with resilient change leadership in which the “status quo” is never acceptable and each year the organization incorporates new “tricks” into its actBusiness magic: Specifically designed for companies seeking to achieve the transformative, innovative results of the authors’ illustrious corporate and political clientele—GE, Apple, Coca-Cola, Disney, Microsoft, Google, NBC, five Nobel Prize winners, and even President Barack Obama—Creating Business Magic is both an authoritative business management book and a spectacular, entertaining read.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      August 2018

      The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains

      An Introduction into Cryptocurrency and the Technology that Powers Them

      by Antony Lewis

      Understand Bitcoin, blockchains, and cryptocurrency with this clear and comprehensible guideLearn the history and basics of cryptocurrency and blockchains: There’s a lot of information on cryptocurrency and blockchains out there. But, for the uninitiated, most of this information can be indecipherable. The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains aims to provide an accessible guide to this new currency and the revolutionary technology that powers it.Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies: Gain an understanding of a broad spectrum of Bitcoin topics. The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains covers topics such as the history of Bitcoin, the Bitcoin blockchain, and Bitcoin buying, selling, and mining. It also answers how payments are made and how transactions are kept secure. Other cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency pricing are examined, answering how one puts a value on cryptocurrencies and digital tokens.Blockchain technology: Blockchain technology underlies all cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrency transactions. But what exactly is a blockchain, how does it work, and why is it important? The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains will answer these questions and more. Learn about notable blockchain platforms, smart contracts, and other important facets of blockchains and their function in the changing cyber-economy.Things to know before buying cryptocurrencies: The Basics of Bitcoins and Blockchains offers trustworthy and balanced insights to those interested in Bitcoin investing or investing in other cryptocurrency. Discover the risks and mitigations, learn how to identify scams, and understand cryptocurrency exchanges, digital wallets, and regulations with this book.Readers will learn about:Bitcoin and other cryptocurrenciesBlockchain technology and how it worksThe workings of the cryptocurrency marketThe evolution and potential impacts of Bitcoin and blockchains on global businessesDive into the world of cryptocurrency with confidence with this comprehensive introduction.

    • Business, Economics & Law

      China’s Path of Reform in the Next Decade

      by Wu Jinglian, Zhou Xiaochuan, Lou Ji Wei, Liu Shijin

      This an anthology of essays previously published in the academic journal Comparison discussing China’s economic reform for the next decade. Several globally renowned economists and government officials, including Barry Naughton, Zhou Xiaochuan, Lou Jiwei, Liu Shijin, Cai Fang, Tian Guoqiang, penned a series of discourses on the most important and difficult issues lying ahead as China’s economic reform enters into the next ten years. Scholars and officials alike made suggestions on the economic reform policy systematically, with definite directions and strong feasibility.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      November 2012

      The Modernization of Chinese Economy

      by XIAO Geng

      The book provides a systematic analysis, from the perspective of New Institutional Economics, of the interactions between the institutional change and the economic structural transformation in China. The topics include state-owned enterprise reform, property rights, financial systems, capital markets, exchange rate regimes and macroeconomic coordination and policies. The book highlights the important role of institutional reform in China’s economic structural transformation and provides policy analysis and recommendations on several strategically important issues.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      January 2016

      Who is holding the reins?

      Wer hat den Ball?

      by Fritzsche, Thomas

      Only if we feel responsible can we be truly motivated. The story about supermarket manager Martin Dampf who regularly despairs over his employees serves to demonstrate how three simple rules can revolutionize our style of management. Step by step to more effective management skills.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      May 2018

      Kompetenzen für die Marktforschung

      Was Marktforscher zukunftssicher macht

      by Marco Ottawa, Rochus Winkler, Ivonne Preusser

      Die Marktforschungsbranche steht einer Reihe von vermeintlichen Bedrohungen, wie Do-it-Yourself-Marktforschung, Big Data oder Preisverfall gegenüber. Das Buch schildert zunächst die psychologische Verfassung der Branche in der Region DACH. Es folgt eine Einführung in den Kompetenzbegriff und die Kompetenzforschung. Der Hauptteil beginnt mit einer Bestandsaufnahme, was in der Literatur als Kompetenzset von Marktforschern angesehen wird. Die darauf folgende Empirie beruht auf zwei von den Autoren 2015 und 2016 durchgeführten Branchenstudie, in denen es vor allem um die (zukunftssichere) Qualifikation von Marktforschern geht. Ausführlich werden Selbst- und Fremdeinschätzung der marktforscherischen Qualifikation und Leistungsfähigheit geschildert und die Befunde einer SWOT-Analyse unterzogen. Aus ihr ergeben sich Skill-Sets für unterschiedliche Teildisziplinen der Marktforschung, wie z. B. Instituts- oder betriebliche Marktforschung. Dazu gehört auch der Abgleich der Empirie an Stellenausschreibungen für Marktforscher und dem, was in Sachen Marktforschung an den deutschsprachigen Hochschulen gelehrt wird. Beschrieben wird auch die Einschätzung der Befragten zu branchenspezifischen Mega-Trends. Die Beratung durch Marktforscher, als dem größten Hoffnungsträger der Branche, wird ausführlich beschrieben. Dabei geht es vor allem um die Erweiterung des traditionellen Kompetenzsets und praktische Anwendungsbeispiele. Das Buch schließt mit praxisorientierten Handlungsempfehlungen für die einzelnen Gruppen von Marktforschern, nämlich Instituten, betrieblichen Marktforschungen, Nutzern von Studienergebnissen, Lehrenden und Studenten sowie Verbänden.Das Buch richtet sich an die soeben genannten sechs Gruppen. Mit einem Beitrag von Prof. Dr. Ivonne Preusser (TH Köln).

    • Business, Economics & Law
      October 2018

      Trends und Forschung im Marketingmanagement

      by Peter Kürble, Helena Lischka

      Das Lehrbuch stellt die aktuell wichtigsten Trends im Marketing dar. Der besondere Mehrwert besteht darin, dass zu den Trends Fallstudien vorgestellt werden, die im Sinne einer klassischen Marktforschung erarbeitet worden sind und somit dem Leser die Möglichkeit bieten, die Bedeutung der Trends für die aktuelle Realität zu erfahren.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2018

      Die neue Datenschutz-Grundverordnung

      Mit Bundesdatenschutzgesetz 2018

      by Flemming Moos, Jens Schefzig, Marian Arning

      Die Umsetzung der Europäischen Datenschutz-Grundverordnung (DSGVO) und des BDSG (2018) stellt eine große Herausforderung für Unternehmen dar. Organisation, Dokumente und Prozesse müssen umfassend an die neuen rechtlichen Vorgaben angepasst werden. Dabei zeichnet sich die DSGVO einerseits durch umfassende Regelungen, andererseits aber auch durch sehr abstrakte Vorgaben aus. Die Datenschutzbehörden äußern sich nur sporadisch und dann im Regelfall mit strengen Positionen. Es bleibt also den Unternehmen selbst überlassen, pragmatische und praxistaugliche Lösungen zur Umsetzung der DSGVO-Vorgaben zu entwickeln. Vor diesem Hintergrund richtet sich das Handbuch an alle Datenschutzpraktiker, also Datenschutzverantwortliche im Unternehmen, Datenschutzbeauftragte, Syndizi, Datenschutzberater, Mitarbeiter in Datenschutzbehörden sowie Rechtsanwälte. Es liefert umfassende Lösungen für die Vielzahl an Fragestellungen, die sich im Unternehmen ganz praktisch bei der Einhaltung der DSGVO ergeben. Dabei geht es nicht nur um die Anleitung für eine (einmalige) Umsetzung der neuen DSGVO-Vorgaben. Das vorliegende Handbuch soll genauso als kontinuierlicher Ratgeber bei der täglichen Bewältigung datenschutzrechtlicher Fragen dienen. Einige besondere Themenkomplexe – wie etwa Fragen des Web Trackings oder Customer Relationship Managements – haben für den Datenschutzpraktiker regelmäßig und fortwährend eine überragende Bedeutung. Diese Themenkomplexe werden in eigenen Kapiteln von Experten im jeweiligen Bereich adressiert. Bei den Autoren dieses Handbuchs handelt es sich ausnahmslos um erfahrene Datenschutzpraktiker, die sich in ihrer Arbeit laufend mit den adressierten Themen auseinandersetzen: Dr. Marian Arning, LL.M., Dozent und Rechtsanwalt Dr. Ulrich Baumgartner, LL.M. (King’s College London), Rechtsanwalt Cay Lennart Cornelius, Diplom-Jurist Eva Gardyan-Eisenlohr, Rechtsanwältin und Head of Data Privacy, Dr. Tina Gausling, LL.M. (Columbia University), Fachanwältin für IT-Recht Carmen Heinemann, Diplom-Informationsjuristin (FH) Per Meyerdierks, Senior Privacy Counsel und Syndikusrechtsanwalt Dr. Flemming Moos, Fachanwalt für IT-Recht Leif Rohwedder, Rechtsanwalt und Senior Legal Counsel Tobias Rothkegel, Rechtsanwalt Dr. Jens Schefzig, Rechtsanwalt Barbara Schmitz, Corporate Data Protection Officer und Syndikusanwältin Dr. Anna Zeiter, LL.M. (Stanford), Rechtsanwältin undChief Privacy Officer

    • Business, Economics & Law
      October 2018


      Betriebswirtschaftliches Lehr- und Handbuch

      by Roland Conrady, Frank Fichert, Rüdiger Sterzenbach

      Dieses Werk erklärt die Grundstrukturen der Luftverkehrsbranche, stellt Konzepte und Methoden des Airlinemanagements vor und gibt Einsichten in Marktphänomene und Branchentrends. In der vorliegenden Auflage werden Veränderungen bei Geschäftsmodellen der Airlines, neue Herausforderungen für Flughäfen, veränderte Anforderungen an Umweltschutz, Safety/Security und IT beleuchtet.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      May 2018

      Business Ethics 3.0

      The New Integral Ethics from the Perspective of a CEO

      by Erhard Meyer-Galow

      The reputation of business managers is declining due to their disregard for moral decisions and ethical practices. Business students are currently taught only technical knowledge without concern for being compassionately and holistic engaged. However, when entering the business sector these graduates encounter a world which necessitates difficult, personally challenging decisions, ones for which technical knowledge is insufficient. Successful, sustainable resolutions can only be expected to result from a holistic, sustainable approach which accommodates the difficulty in balancing ethical practices with the demands for ever-increasing profits. This unique graduate textbook addresses the issue of business ethics from the perspective of an individual’s internal growth facilitated by a consideration of the principles of depth psychology, spiritual wisdom, meditation, and quantum physics, written by a CEO with an enormous business background. It not only promotes a new ethical approach, but also addresses the implementation of this new approach in the most important business sectors as a replacement for previous ineffective codes of conduct which have failed. It’s a must read for business students with aspirations of becoming managers or entrepreneurs in the economic sector as well as for all young professionals, managers and entrepreneurs to improve their ethical performance and sustainable success. Message from the author This book creates an impetus for change in a business world where unethical practices are rampant by providing a suggested a New Integral Ethics for the economy, an ethical approach based upon inner psychological and spiritual development arising from a serious consideration of Depth Psychology. Readers will learn how adoption of specific Practices, which lead to inner growth and spiritual maturity, will result in ethical, morally sound business practices not because they are mandated, but because once the SELF is actualized, you cannot do otherwise. Laws, appeals and directives which have never successfully resulted in ethical practices become unnecessary, replaced by intrinsically ethical individuals who collectively influence corporate ethical behaviour. This is a giant leap into a new dimension in our globalized, digitized economy.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2018

      Revenue Management im Hotel

      Kennzahlen - Prozesse - MICE-Management

      by Barbara Sensen

      Das Lehrbuch erklärt die Grundlagen und Feinheiten der Ertragssteuerung im Hotel: Zusammen mit drei Studenten, die ein Hotel übernehmen, lernt der Leser die wichtigsten Kennzahlen inklusive deren Berechnung, Bedeutung und Interpretation kennen und begleitet den Prozess von Forecast, Budget, Preisgestaltung, Segmentierung im Hotel. Ein eigenes Kapitel beschäftigt sich mit dem sehr jungen Thema des Revenue Managements für den Event-(MICE)-Bereich.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      May 2018

      Kanzleigründung und Kanzleimanagement

      by Geertje Tutschka

      Wie gründe ich eine Rechtsanwaltskanzlei? Wie entwickle ich sie? Wohin entwickelt sich der Rechtsdienstleistungsmarkt? Wie kann ich die Digitalisierung und „LegalTech" für mich nutzen? Dieses Buch bietet die Antworten. Es hilft damit bei der Entscheidung, wann der richtige Zeitpunkt ist, die eigene, neue Kanzlei zu gründen oder eine bereits vorhandene Kanzlei umzustrukturieren, um sie neu auszurichten - und damit zukunftsfähig zu sein.

    • The Arts
      November 2017

      Kunst durch Kredit

      Die Berliner Museen und ihre Erwerbungen von der Dresdner Bank 1935

      by Lynn Rother

      Am 15. August 1935 kaufte das Land Preußen zugunsten der Berliner Museen für die enorme Summe von 7,5 Millionen Reichsmark mehr als 4.000 Kunstwerke von der Dresdner Bank. Dieses in seiner Konstellation und Dimension einmalige Geschäft ist kaum bekannt und wird hier zum ersten Mal aus kunst- und bankhistorischer Sicht erforscht. Bis heute befinden sich zahlreiche Kunstwerke mit der Provenienz »Dresdner Bank« in öffentlichen und privaten Sammlungen; sie zirkulieren wissentlich oder unwissentlich im Kunstmarkt. Dieses Buch ist grundlegend für die historische Aufarbeitung von Kunstwerken im Zusammenhang mit Kreditgeschäften. Die erstmalige Veröffentlichung der Herkunft der Kunstwerke ist Voraussetzung für die Provenienzforschung heutiger Eigentümer.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      November 2018

      Lang/Weidmüller Genossenschaftsgesetz

      Gesetz, betreffend die Erwerbs- und Wirtschaftsgenossenschaften. Mit Erläuterungen zum Umwandlungsgesetz und zur Europäischen Genossenschaft

      by Johann Lang, Ludwig Weidmüller, Dirk Lehnhoff, Jan Holthaus

      Die Neuauflage dieses Standardwerks erläutert neben dem Genossenschaftsgesetz das Umwandlungsgesetz und die Rechtsgrundlagen der Europäischen Genossenschaft (SCE) sowie des Kartellrechts der eingetragenen Genossenschaft. Die neuesten Änderungen (u.a. zur Pflichtprüfung) werden praxistauglich erklärt. Aktuelle Entwicklungen in Rechtsprechung und Literatur sind bis Mai 2018 berücksichtigt.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      April 2018


      Beteiligung der Arbeitnehmer im Unternehmen auf der Grundlage europäischen Rechts

      by Bernhard Nagel, Gerhild Freis, Georg Kleinsorge

      Die Ausführungen zur Societas Europaea (SE) bilden den Schwerpunkt dieser Kommentierung. Die SE findet insbesondere in Deutschland vermehrt Zuspruch; nicht nur bei Großunternehmen, sondern auch in der mittelständischen Wirtschaft. Die Kommentierung der Bestimmungen des SEBG wird ergänzt durch Erläuterungen der spezifischen Regelungen im SCEBG und MgVG. Die Neuauflage berücksichtigt u.a. das FührposGleichberG und die AÜG-Reform 2017.

    • Business, Economics & Law
      May 2018

      Tourism and Animal Welfare

      by Neil Carr, Donald M Broom

      "This text is long overdue and timely. Carr and Broom have placed the issues firmly in the broader context of the relationship between our species and the others which share this planet with us...As they argue it is possible for tourists and the travel and tourism sector to take and exercise responsibility to drive change, Carr and Broom's text helps us to understand the issues and the context and to make better-informed choices." Harold Goodwin Responsible Tourism Partnership Animals are among the most sought after tourist attractions and the impact on them is a matter of concern to an increasing number of people. Tourism and Animal Welfare uniquely addresses the issue of animal welfare within the tourism experience. It explores important foundations such as the meaning of 'animal welfare' and its relation to ethics, animal rights and human obligations to animals. It also explores the nature and diversity of the position and role of animals within tourism. 'Tales from the front line' is the section of the book that provides the reader with the views and experiences of animal welfare organisations, individual leaders, tourism industry organisations and operators, and academic experts. These case studies and opinion pieces will encourage the reader to consider their own position regarding animals in tourism and their welfare. The book: · is written by an authoritative author team that draws from the fields of tourism studies (Neil Carr) and animal welfare science (Donald Broom); · contains 14 case studies written by internationally recognised experts and iconic individuals in the field of animal welfare; · is written in an engaging style and features full colour illustrations. From students and academics to vets and those working within the tourism industry, this book will provide an engaging and thought-provoking read. It will also appeal to those with an interest in animal welfare, particularly in relation to the tourism industry.

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