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  • Effects of market fluctuations on the Sri Lankian tourist industry: resilience and change, 1981-1991
  • Attendance ; Development strategy ; Economic impact ; International tourism ; Regional disparities ; Sri Lanka ; Tourism ; Tourist flow
  • An investigation of market fluctuation within the Sri Lankan tourist industry over the last decade, in particular that of the rapid reduction in tourist arrivals during the period of political instability between 1982 and 1989, and the impressive
  • recovery of the tourist market since 1989, is examined. The progress of Sri Lanka's tourist experience over time is assessed in the light of Butler's evolutionary model of tourist development.
  • China ; Custom ; International tourism ; Regional disparities ; Tourism ; Tourist site ; Touristic behaviour
  • Recent tourist trends in China with analysis of the sources (Japan and the USA are the two major markets) and centers (Guangshou, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Shanghai received more than 500 000 tourists in 1989), a notable decrease from 1988 before
  • the political events of Tianenmen Square. - (DWG)
  • Sviluppo turistico e criminalita Tourist development and criminality
  • The province of Zeeland is one of the most important tourist regions in the Netherlands. The A. examines the stages in development, with the stagnation and accelerated growth in the eighties, and the impact of the tourist development with particular
  • reference to socio-cultural aspects (impact of so-called recreation criminality). The conclusions are about prevention and demarketing politics. - (AGD)
  • Administrative structure ; Army ; Burma ; Conflict ; Ethnic community ; History ; Political life ; Tourist site
  • The AA. present the book as an alternative guide to the ubiquitous Lonely Planet. 3 Burmese Divisions (out of 7) and 4 States (out of 7) are described with their main tourist attractions. Moreover 66 p. are added on : the Hidden Reality; the Opium
  • and the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners founded in 1989 and 2000 in Mae Sot by Cynthia Aung. - (GL)
  • Becoming tourist : renegociating the visual in the tourist experience
  • The paper seeks to renegociate the role of visuals and visual practice within the tourist experience. The A. explores the ways in which visuals (photography) enliven tourists' becoming through a multiplicity of fluid and dynamic performances
  • , practices and processes. The emerging dynamics of visual practice renegociate new understandings between tourists and place to establish a series of conceptual moments.
  • Zum Entwicklungspotential des Kleinstgewerbes: der informelle Sektor in thailändischen Fremdenverkehrsorten.. (On the development potential of small trade: the informal sector in tourist centres of Thailand)
  • , handicraft production and trade, prostitution, rental of small boats, etc.) suggest that they are prospering only as long as they don't conflict with local economic and/or political powers. Therefore, more small scale geographical studies seem necessary
  • An analysis of differences between the travel attitudes and demand patterns of diverse visitor groups and their reaction to political-military conflicts: the Republic of Ireland as a case study in Beiträge zur Fremden-verkehrsgeographie| II. Teil
  • Comportement ; Conflit ; Conflit politique ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Nationalité ; Northern Ireland ; Royaume-Uni ; Tourisme ; Touriste ; Type de tourisme
  • A partir de leur origine nationale, de leur comportement de voyageur et de leur réaction vis-à-vis du conflit politique en Irlande du Nord, on peut classer les touristes qui séjournent dans ce pays en trois groupes.
  • The Caribbean region is difficult to define. It was affected by political-geographical changes following the Cuban revolution. Main problems include: monoculture in agriculture, dependence on American tourists, and chronic insufficiency of energy
  • Tourist trade in Orissa
  • Tourists as colonizers in Quintana Roo, Mexico
  • Colonialism ; Hotel trade ; Ideology ; International tourism ; Mexico ; Political geography ; Power ; Quintana Roo ; Territorialisation ; Tourism ; Tourist flow
  • traditionnel et démontre qu’en fait, le touriste est un colonisateur inconscient. Elle conclut que les pratiques prédatrices du tourisme s’inscrivent dans un processus qui concerne aussi les autres pays de la région qui doivent composer avec de semblables
  • Place representation in tourist guideboods : an example from Singapore
  • Attraction ; City;Town ; Cognitive space ; Perception ; Singapore ; Tourism ; Tourist guide ; Touristic behaviour ; Urban area
  • Perception of tourists and tour guides in Singapore
  • Perception ; Perception of the urban environment ; Singapore ; Tourism ; Tourist guide
  • A survey of English-speaking tour guides in Singapore revealed that they place high value on the modern city and on certain selected sights. Tourists, however, see things differently. Out of this example, the A. develops the idea of « insideness
  • English speaking tourists and the attractions of Singapore
  • Comportement ; Divertissement ; Géographie de l'Asie ; Loisir ; Satisfaction ; Singapour ; Touriste anglophone ; Ville
  • Estimation par les touristes anglophones des types d'attractions offerts à Singapour. - (OC).
  • An evaluation of the tourist potential of the climate in Catalonia (Spain) : a regional study
  • This study of the spatial and temporal variations of the climate-tourist potential in Catalonia is based on the classification of daily weather situations according to the main combinations of climatic variables in the study area, and is adjusted
  • to reflect bioclimatic criteria and tourist perceptions. The results reveal major differences in the climate-tourist aptitudes of the region and, in general, a high tourist potential. However, the tourist aptitudes of the Catalan climates are not fully
  • 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.
  • Efforts for regional development assistance in Czech tourism - Czech Tourist Authority projects
  • Deconcentration and decentralization of the tourist activity development in Czechia is very important. Main resources helping with regional tourist development are given. Discussion is devoted to a critical approach to the present system
  • of marketing tourist regions from geographic point of view. Further opportunities for tourism development on regional and central levels are outlined. - (MS)
  • Maputaland is widely recognised as a prime tourist destination because of its unique natural characteristics and cultural attractions, yet tourism development has hitherto been very limited. The failure to develop tourism opportunities is deeply
  • rooted in the area's political past. A local community consultation process provides insight into perspectives on future directions in order to create tourism developments. - (AJC)
  • Discourse ; Ho Chi Minh City ; Museum ; Nationalism ; Political geography ; Role of the State ; Tourism ; United States of America ; Vietnam ; War
  • and postimperial context is generated through tourism, specifying how the Communist Party communicates Vietnam to lay international tourist audiences. Tourism's political instrumentality for the party is highlighted here. Second, it shows how the United States
  • International tourism ; Namibia ; Regional disparities ; Rural tourism ; Tourism ; Tourist facilities ; Tourist flow ; Tourist region ; Touristic behaviour
  • En 1991, la Namibie a accueilli 213 000 touristes et, en 1995, 310 000. C'est pourquoi il y a de polus en plus de débats pour savoir comment orienter les touristes vers des lieux moins fréquentés. La demande des touristes en ce qui concerne les
  • villes par les touristes individuels et les groupes. - (D. Rouvière).
  • Tourist development in Spain : growth versus conservation on the Costa Brava