The Holiday Makers is thought-provoking and profound in its analysis of the present and future patterns of work and leisure.
The author analyses the different forms of tourism, examines the effects on the indigenous countries and their people, and outlines positive steps to reconcile people's holiday requirements with the world's economic and social structures.
`He has a whole range of gentle proposals which will be derided or co-opted by the travel trade, but they are all sensible.' New Society `Students of tourism and government representatives, in particular, will find this book enlightening and refreshing.' Tourism Management `...a revolutionary work.' The Sunday Times