The special issue of the Journal of Sustainability and Resilience (ISSN: 2744-3620) argues that the world needs a positive psychology movement to ensure a deeper understanding of the tourism industry and its impacts on destinations and hosts, both in the short-term and long-term.Journal-of-Sustainability-and-Resilience_Issue_1_Volume_1_SRINZ
- Post author:Sustainability and Resilience Institute New Zealand
- Post published:20 January 2021
- Post category:Awareness / Development / Domestic Tourists / Economy / Environment / International Tourists / Journal of Sustainability and Resilience / Marketing / New Zealand / News / Newsletter / Planning / Policy / Research / Resilience / Sustainability / Tourism
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