Using a variety of search terms will greatly enhance your research. Try combining some of these terms in MultiSearch with AND, e.g. ethics AND "dark tourism".
These are only a few suggestions. Keep a note of any additional terms you come across and try searching with them in MultiSearch;
|environment||"aboriginal heritage"||"social responsibility"|
|"dark tourism"||"environmental decision making"||tourism|
|identity||"social justice"||"heritage sites"|
Top tip: use quotation marks to search for phrases - this will keep the words together when searching!
Browsing the Library shelves can be a very effective way of finding relevant resources. Try browsing around the call numbers below to find interesting titles to extend your research.
|Call Number||Subject Area|
|CC1-960||Archaeology (including Preservation, Restoration, and Conservation of Antiquities)|
|G149-180||Travel, Voyages, Tourism|
|GF1-900||Human Ecology. Anthropogeography (including Human Influences on the Environment)|
|HT51-395||Communities. Classes. Races (including Human Settlements, City Planning, Recreation, City Promotion)|
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