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  • Coastal waters ; Defence ; Diet ; Fishing zone ; Food ; Food product ; Geopolitics ; Malta ; Political geography ; Reception capacity ; Security ; Self-sufficiency in food ; Settlement ; Settlement history ; Tourism ; Tourist flow ; Water ; Water
  • 1997
  • Tourism ; Tourist flow
  • Classic tourism, ecotourism and community tourism may be the three stages in tourism development. Community tourism tells us how we can do to get sustainable tourism development. The A. analyses the mechanism of formation of tourist resources
  • , and he investigates classification, stability, and evolution of tourist commmunities. The four types of communities : natural resource based, policy oriented, economy based and history sediment tourist communities, have different stabilities. The feedback
  • mechanism and relationship among tourist flows is described.
  • 1997
  • Picturing practices : research through the tourist gaze
  • Using the example of popular photography, the A. suggests that a focus on representation of landscape misses some important processes and reproduces some social ideologies. He insists on the subtle forms of time involved in touristic practices
  • through the idea of future perfect experience. He suggests the spatialization of time through the juxtaposition of tourist spaces through pictorial technologies.
  • 1997
  • Brand image ; Competition ; Graubünden ; Mountain ; Summer ; Switzerland ; Tourism ; Tourist facilities ; Tourist region ; Touristic behaviour
  • 1997
  • Atlas ; Attendance ; Economic impact ; France ; Holidays ; Hotel facilities ; Leisure ; Lodging ; Period of stay ; Reception capacity ; Regional disparities ; Second home ; Thematic mapping ; Tourism ; Tourism area ; Tourist flow ; Tourist site
  • Cet atlas propose une première approche géographique du tourisme et des loisirs. Il rassemble et confronte des données dispersées, souvent peu connues. Il identifie les touristes, mesure l'apport de la richesse et différencie les activités
  • 1997
  • Geographer ; Geographer's role ; Regional geography ; Scientific publication ; Tourism ; Tourist guide
  • Les guides touristiques et les ouvrages de géographie régionale se recoupent souvent. Cependant, ils constituent deux marchés littéraires bien distincts. Cet article plaide pour une plus grande insistance sur la cible des touristes. Il tente de
  • 1997
  • Revisiting time-space diaries : an exploratory case study of tourist behaviour in Cornwall, England
  • 1997
  • Ecology ; Ecotourism ; Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Golf course ; Impact ; Island ; Malaysia ; Sports ; Tourism ; Tourist resort ; Touristic planning
  • 1997
  • Attendance ; Coastal environment ; Ecotourism ; France ; Hinterland ; Hotel trade ; Lodging ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Research technique ; Seasonal variation ; Sporting activity ; Tourism ; Tourism area ; Tourist facilities ; Tourist region
  • 1997
  • Carbon dioxide ; Carbonate rock ; Cave ; China ; Human impact ; Karst ; Moisture ; Temperature ; Tourism ; Tourist flow ; Weathering
  • Because of the development of tourist activities and the facilities in the show cave, the closed system of show cave has been changed into the complicated open system. The great number of the visitors and the landscape lights give great deal
  • 1997
  • Author analyses the spatial and social effects of tourism on the example of Budapest. The question of tourist attractions (monuments etc.) and their importance, the main travel routes and directions are examined as well as the image formed
  • 1997
  • Alps (The) ; Environmental degradation ; France ; Mountain ; Perception ; Pyrénées ; Tourism ; Tourist facilities ; Tourist site ; Touristic planning ; Wasteland
  • 1997
  • tourism promotion. Both communities started in the late 1800s as Mormon lumber towns, but today the more diversified Pinetop-Lakeside seeks rapid tourist development while Heber-Overgaard pursues appropriate development that will not overwhelm its
  • 1997
  • the imagination and interests of international tourists, and they fulfill local objectives such as providing Singaporians a sense of national identity and selfhood. Imaging policies embody economic goals and sociopolitical functions.
  • 1997
  • Geographer's role ; Market ; Publishing ; Tourism ; Tourist guide
  • 1997
  • Attendance ; China ; Economic reform ; International tourism ; Origin-destination ; Tourism ; Tourism policy ; Tourist flow
  • 1997
  • Attendance ; Origin-destination ; Regulation ; Russia ; Russians ; Tourism ; Tourism potential ; Tourist flow
  • 1997
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Canyon ; China ; Discoveries ; Ecosystem ; Exploration ; Natural resources ; Nature conservation ; Qinghai ; Scientific expedition ; Stream ; Tourist site ; Water resources
  • 1997
  • Attendance ; Carrying capacity ; Coastal environment ; Country of origin ; International tourism ; Sustainable development ; Tourism ; Tourism area ; Tourism industry ; Tourism policy ; Touristic planning ; Tunisia
  • 1997
  • Ecological equilibrium ; Ecotourism ; Environmental conservation ; Environmental degradation ; Environmental perception ; France ; Landscape ; Landscape esthetics ; Middle mountain ; Mountain ; Planning project ; Tourism ; Touristic planning
  • 1997