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This introduction provides the background and motivation for this research, followed by a description of its aim and objectives. The scope, theoretical context, and contributions of the research are also discussed. The chapter concludes with an outline of the thesis structure.
KeywordsResidential Development Travel Plan Economist Intelligence Unit Implementation Theory School Travel
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