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3rd International Research conference on Ecotourism & Environment (Souvenier)

Ashwani Kumar Dubey
2018 International Journal of Tourism & Hospitality Reviews  
National and World Heritage: Heritage and Tourism, Importance of tourist, Tourist need, Eco-Tourism.  ...  Ecotourism and Environment, which are understood as dynamic, self-organizing systems humans have evolved within, must remain 'healthy' if humans are to thrive.  ...  The visit should strengthen the eco tourist's appreciation and dedication to conservation issues in general, and to the specific needs of the local.  ... 
doi:10.18510/ijthr.2018/july.ews fatcat:bl7wp2aswvb3fce37p37p2hysm

Report on the most appropriate indicators related to the basic concepts

Lidija Petrić, Ante Mandić, Smiljana Pivčević, Blanka Škrabić Perić, Marko Hell, Blanka Šimundić, Vinko Muštra, Davorka Mikulić, Josip Grgić
2020 Zenodo  
tourism destinations.  ...  The conclusions of the TALC analysis will have an important role in the delivery of further tasks within this WP.  ...  The research showed that in the diversified and essentially culturally based tourism destination of Lancaster County, different sectors of tourism have combined to create what is now a mature industry  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5336693 fatcat:rddb5ctarfcnxdnuyjje3vkt34

Creative Tourism on Islands: A Review of the Literature

Alexandra Baixinho, Carlos Santos, Gualter Couto, Isabel Soares de Albergaria, Leonor Sampaio da Silva, Pilar Damião Medeiros, Rosa Maria Neves Simas
2020 Sustainability  
Our aim is to provide a critical overview of creative tourism experiences at island destinations worldwide, addressing the plurality of empirical contexts and methodological approaches found in academic  ...  In the last two decades, creative tourism has evolved as a burgeoning field, encompassing a wide range of concepts and practices, in different places around the world.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su122410313 fatcat:rjtoul5q65anbgs3wpp3lbkora

Journal of Geography of Geology, Vol. 1, No. 2, November 2009, all in one file

Editor JGG
2009 Journal of geography and geology  
Many people and companies use the address range of the TIGER files with the geocoding package within a Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  ...  Finally, this study examines whether there are individual patterns in each spatial data by comparing the spatial pattern of the inaccuracies of the road and hydrography shape file.  ...  and Development of the Competences.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jgg.v1n2p0 fatcat:qzyuxikrsjhzrn2hwk3iwwel6e

Volume 18 : 2020 Issue 4

MIP Malaysia
2020 PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL  
Also grateful to all parties that have a contribution to the completion of this research, especially the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, and the Institute of Research and Community Service at  ...  Planning and the problem of evil. Planning Theory, 10(2), 103-123. Cohen, L.  ...  most importantly the strength of the applicable spatial planning regulations.  ... 
doi:10.21837/pm.v18i14.814 fatcat:wzyk2odtizge7bl73vuyonwhqm

Tourists' visual perceptions of forests and forest management in Vancouver Island and Tasmania

Kyle W. Hilsendager
2014
What impact does forestry have on the perception of tourists in region's that promote natural landscapes?  ...  At each destination visitors were surveyed at three types of attractions to understand differences in forestry perceptions between user groups.  ...  Both qualitative and quantitative research methods have unique characteristics, as well as inherent strengths and weaknesses.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0167314 fatcat:43cyfkrdpjebdfwqlnmv2m6jb4

Volume 18 : 2020 Issue 3

MIP Malaysia
2020 PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL  
The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of MIP. This journal is a refereed journal.  ...  The study uses the qualitative and quantitative methods such as allocation of development intensity in defining the growth of an urban centre in Kuala Lumpur.  ...  On the other hand, in the DeLone and McLean (2003) IS success model, they have reconceptualised user participation within the scopes of 1) intention to use and 2) use, based on DeLone and McLean (1992  ... 
doi:10.21837/pm.v18i13.798 fatcat:7ippapuzwbgsnlidzvvrsj6ix4

Volume 19 : 2021 Issue 2

MIP Malaysia
2021 PLANNING MALAYSIA JOURNAL  
The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of MIP. This journal is a refereed journal.  ...  Therefore, it is suitably used for determining tourist's spatial behaviour and tourist movement patterns through a tourist perspective.  ...  Secondly, results from the analysis at Abu Suradi trail within Fraser Hill and Brinchang Trail within Cameron Highland have a higher average of aluminium and iron concentration.  ... 
doi:10.21837/pm.v19i16.946 fatcat:ca75sw4n5ncdtpi54djoqdf4ty

Best Practices in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing and Management [article]

AAna María Campón-Cerro José Manuel Hernández-Mogollón José Antonio Folgado-Fernándezna María Campón-Cerro José Manuel Hernández-Mogollón José Antonio Folgado-Fernández Editors
2019 Zenodo  
According to the importance that quality of life (QOL) in tourism research is acquiring, we propose a literature review on QOL in hospitality and tourism marketing and management by considering the published  ...  works in top journals listed in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR) in the category of "Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism" in 2016.  ...  In particular, the degradation in quality of the destination devalues the quality of the tourist's experience.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5607169 fatcat:nkiwdtq3nraw5nt5mwahda2iii

Senderismo como Modalidad Turística: Una Oportunidad Competitiva para Brasil

Christina De Oliveira-Matos, Adriana Fumi Chim-Miki, Pino Mediana-Brito, Rosa María Batista-Canino
2017 Podium  
Quantitative calculation of eco-tourist's landscape perception: Strength, and spatial variation within ecotourism destination. Ecological Informatics, 10, 73-80. Lin, L. Z., & Yeh, H. R. (2013).  ...  The effects of local ecological knowledge, minimum-impact knowledge, and prior experience on visitor perceptions of the ecological impacts of backcountry recreation.  ... 
doi:10.5585/podium.v6i4.217 fatcat:s4dyuuiq2fcpnkboruqr4ckitu

Restarting tourism, travel and hospitality [article]

Evangelos Christou, Anestis Fotiadis
2022 Zenodo  
Edited Book, titled "Restarting tourism, travel and hospitality" First published 2022 by the School of Economics and Business, International Hellenic University P.O.  ...  The research sample consists of 314 people of different sex, age, education, and professional status, who moved to and from Albania during the examined periods -Christmas -New Year 2019-2020 and summer  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the Brazilian Ministry of Tourism and the Brazilian Tour Operators Association (Braztoa) for their support in data collection.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6428311 fatcat:wny52lqewngcdichzwonk3dmd4

Understanding (eco) tourism from the bottom-up : a case study of Tofino, Clayoquot Sound, in British Columbia

Annemarie De Andrade
2002
The concepts of ecotourism and sustainable tourism at the local level refer to the processes within which tourism can foster and contribute to sustainable development at tourist destinations.  ...  It also brings to light the perspectives of the local community on tourism development. I conclude that for the destination to move towards sustainability, barriers must be acknowledged and overcome.  ...  Overall Perception Towards Ecotourism in TofinoThe perception of the state of development of ecotourism varies.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0090392 fatcat:cgdk32seyfc2zfmjbnztguuu44

Canada [chapter]

2012 OECD Tourism Trends and Policies 2012  
These issues concern competitiveness, price levels, productivity, Denmark's strength and weaknesses as a tourist destination, the tourist's satisfactions level with the Danish tourist-product, etc.  ...  Perceptions are measured based on 72 attributes of the United States as a travel destination.  ...  The programme provides the only comprehensive, comparable estimates of the states and cities visited by overseas travellers, as well as international destinations visited by US residents. • International  ... 
doi:10.1787/tour-2012-10-en fatcat:lz3e7wyn2ne3da5ikvtgpy2fz4

Virtual reality in support of sustainable tourism. Experiences from Eastern Europe

Sergey Kask, Tiiu Kull, Kati Orru
2019
Travel often means transportation and need for place change, but travelling to a destination gives this sense of place change, and a VR facility in that place could provide tourist's experiences that local  ...  Research questions: • How tourism managers' perceptions of sustainable tourism affect sustainable tourism and sustainable tourism planning?  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge Professor Tiiu Kull's contribution to the development of the questionnaire used at the Piusa Caves Nature Reserve and Dr Liina-Mai Tooding for consultation  ... 
doi:10.15159/emu.35 fatcat:cc75kspyubdwlgvwrm2earwkly

The construction of 'Nature' in the virtual worldSecond Life

Joseph S. Clark
2015 Environmental Education Research  
A charmed circle of warm, friendly, funny, and smart graduate students shared the journey with me and accepted this mid-lifer as one of their own. Faculty in FSU'  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS My doctoral advisor Andy Opel green-lit the genesis of this project in 2007 while I was taking his class in Media and the Environment.  ...  Hovardas and Stamou (2006) examined the perceptions of a Greek forest preserve among local inhabitants and found them to share a tourist's perspective, regarding the preserve as a "hedonistic experience  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2015.1118754 fatcat:ohecewoajrgrfoc5lai23afbn4
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