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The Resource Coping with locational advantage : tourism and economic development at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula, J.C. Altman

Coping with locational advantage : tourism and economic development at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula, J.C. Altman

Label
Coping with locational advantage : tourism and economic development at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula
Title
Coping with locational advantage
Title remainder
tourism and economic development at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula
Statement of responsibility
J.C. Altman
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the impact of tourism on the Torres Strait Islander community of Seisia; Indigenous views of tourism; history of study; area description and access; regional polity; community and regional goals; socioeconomic structure; population and demographic structure; employment and income; tourism infrastructure; commercial linkages and economic impacts; land use rights; states that the Seisia community aims to be economically independent of government by the year 2000
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ANL
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1954-
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Altman, Jon C.
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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James Cook University of North Queensland
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  • Business enterprises, Aboriginal Australian
  • Torres Strait Islanders
  • Tourist trade
  • Cape York Peninsula (Qld.)
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Coping with locational advantage : tourism and economic development at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula, J.C. Altman
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71)
Extent
p. 58-71
Isbn
9780731517725
Label
Coping with locational advantage : tourism and economic development at Seisia community, Cape York Peninsula, J.C. Altman
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71)
Extent
p. 58-71
Isbn
9780731517725

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