This book is not what you think it is. At least it is not as heavy as the title suggests. The title may even be a bit “unjust” for it sounds like a heavy, pedantic, typically “academic” text awaits you. Yet, as you turn the pages, a storied landscape emerges, exploring facets of travel and tourism from a few different perspectives on justice and ethics. A narrative style calls the reader to join this quest, which draws on my own work and experiences as well as the voices and research of other contributors from around the world. A treasure trove of photos accompanies their insights to make the subject come alive. After all, in exploring what appears to be such a daunting topic, we cannot forget the magic of travels ...

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