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The Psychology of Travel, Paperback / softback Book

Paperback / softback

Description

• There are currently no collections or volumes bringing together psychological research relating to travel, despite the universality and popularity of the topic. • The book covers key contemporary concepts such as migration, acculturation, wellbeing, intercultural encounter, slow travel and nostalgia, which are all being brought into sharp focus by issues such as globalisation and climate change. • Will be of interest to general readers with an interest in topics relating to mobility and travel, as well as psychology students in cognitive, cultural, social, phenomenological and methodological psychology.

£12.99

 
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