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Understanding Partnerships for Protected Area Tourism: Learning from the Literature

As demand grows for tourism opportunities within Australian protected areas, partnerships are increasingly seen as the way forward in dealing with the variety of interests involved and ensuring that sustainability goals are pursued. Previous tourism partnership research has not made the most of opportunities to consult related literature from a broad range of disciplines and use associated theoretical developments as a basis for analysis. This technical report addresses this gap through a multi-disciplinary review of partnerships research to reconcile the often multifarious definitions of partnership and allied concepts, such as collaboration and cooperation, and the various meanings given to success, as well as to identify factors which might impact upon partnership success or failure.

by Jennifer Laing, Aggie Wegner, Susan Moore, Betty Weiler, Sharron Pfueller, Diane Lee, Jim Macbeth, Glen Croy and Michael Lockwood

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