By Chris Gibson, John Connell
Fairs have burgeoned in rural components, revitalising outdated traditions and inventing new purposes to have a good time. How do fairs give a contribution to tourism, group and a rural experience of belonging? What are their cultural, environmental and monetary dimensions? This e-book solutions such questions - that includes contributions from top geographers, historians, anthropologists, tourism students and cultural researchers.
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