Tourism in a peripheral capitalist economy : the case of Fiji
This thesis has two central aims: to test, at the empirical level, certain aspects of underdevelopment theory; and to demonstrate the utility of using an holistic approach for the investigation of 'geographic problems'. In particular, an attempt is made to investigate the processes and manifestations of linkages that render peripheral economies subordinated to, and dependent upon, metropolitan countries. The spatial manifestations of this form of development are investigated by...[Show more]
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