Social sustainability of hunting tourism in Scotland

David Watts, Colin J Hunter

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Abstract

The aim of this study was to map out the opinions of the critical stakeholder groups towards hunting tourism. The aim is to estimate what kind of social concerns influence the sector, how the future potential of hunting tourism is seen by different actors and under what conditions can both sector development and social sustainability be achieved.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe social sustainability of hunting tourism in northern Europe
EditorsAnne Matilainen, Susanna Keskinarkaus
Place of PublicationHelsinki, Finland
PublisherRuralia Institute, University of Helsinki
Pages74-101
Number of pages18
Volume59
ISBN (Electronic)978-9521054211
Publication statusPublished - 2010

Publication series

NameReports
PublisherRuralia Institute, University of Helsinki
Number59

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Social sustainability
Tourism
Scotland
Hunting
Stakeholders

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Watts, D., & Hunter, C. J. (2010). Social sustainability of hunting tourism in Scotland. In A. Matilainen, & S. Keskinarkaus (Eds.), The social sustainability of hunting tourism in northern Europe (Vol. 59, pp. 74-101). (Reports; No. 59). Helsinki, Finland: Ruralia Institute, University of Helsinki.

Social sustainability of hunting tourism in Scotland. / Watts, David; Hunter, Colin J.

The social sustainability of hunting tourism in northern Europe. ed. / Anne Matilainen; Susanna Keskinarkaus. Vol. 59 Helsinki, Finland : Ruralia Institute, University of Helsinki, 2010. p. 74-101 (Reports; No. 59).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Watts, D & Hunter, CJ 2010, Social sustainability of hunting tourism in Scotland. in A Matilainen & S Keskinarkaus (eds), The social sustainability of hunting tourism in northern Europe. vol. 59, Reports, no. 59, Ruralia Institute, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland, pp. 74-101.
Watts D, Hunter CJ. Social sustainability of hunting tourism in Scotland. In Matilainen A, Keskinarkaus S, editors, The social sustainability of hunting tourism in northern Europe. Vol. 59. Helsinki, Finland: Ruralia Institute, University of Helsinki. 2010. p. 74-101. (Reports; 59).
Watts, David ; Hunter, Colin J. / Social sustainability of hunting tourism in Scotland. The social sustainability of hunting tourism in northern Europe. editor / Anne Matilainen ; Susanna Keskinarkaus. Vol. 59 Helsinki, Finland : Ruralia Institute, University of Helsinki, 2010. pp. 74-101 (Reports; 59).
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