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  • China ; Custom ; Economic impact ; Tourism ; Tourist site ; Xinjiang
  • Chine ; Fréquentation ; Impact économique ; Site touristique ; Tourisme ; Xinjiang
  • Survey of the tourist cities and sites in this autonomous region where more than half of the inhabitants are not ethnic Chinese. Between 1980 and 1988, the number of visitors increased six times and tourist revenues four times.―(DWG)
  • 1992
  • Sacred space and touristic development at Jebel Musa (Mt. Sinai), Egypt
  • Conflict ; Economic impact ; Egypt ; Religion ; Sinai ; Tourism ; Tourist site
  • Conflit ; Egypte ; Impact économique ; Religion ; Sinaï ; Site touristique ; Tourisme
  • Since 1967 tourism has overwhelmed the Monastery of St. Catherine in the Sinai peninsula. The sacredness of the place and its monastic life have been compromised by hordes of secular tourists. The Egyptian government views this site as having large
  • 1992
  • China ; Custom ; International tourism ; Regional disparities ; Tourism ; Tourist site ; Touristic behaviour
  • Chine ; Comportement touristique ; Disparités régionales ; Fréquentation ; Site touristique ; Tourisme ; Tourisme international
  • 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
  • 1992
  • Cultural geography ; Cultural identity ; Land;Real estate ; Maoris ; New Zealand ; Tourism ; Tourist site ; Value system
  • Culturel ; Foncier ; Identité culturelle ; Maoris ; Nouvelle-Zélande ; Site touristique ; Système de valeurs ; Tourisme
  • As a way of increasing New Zealand's market share of international tourists, the Maori people and their sacred sites offer one possibility. The A. discusses Maori concepts of heritage, their world view and notion of land claims in the general
  • 1992
  • The A. documents landscape change around Lake Tahoe straddling the Nevada-California border by rephotographing scenes taken at an earlier time. Once the site of extensive logging operations, mining and fishing, Lake Tahoe is now primarily a tourist
  • 1992
  • Auvergne ; City;Town ; Clermont-Ferrand ; Cultural geography ; France ; Patrimony ; Tourism ; Touristic site
  • Auvergne ; Clermont-Ferrand ; Culturel ; France ; Patrimoine ; Site touristique ; Tourisme ; Tourisme culturel ; Ville
  • 1992
  • Bouches-du-Rhône ; Cultural landscape ; France ; Landscape ; Mountain ; Nature conservation ; Perception ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Territorial identity ; Tourist site
  • Bouches-du-Rhône ; France ; Identité territoriale ; Montagne ; Paysage ; Paysage culturel ; Perception ; Protection de la nature ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Sainte-Victoire ; Site touristique
  • 1992
  • 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
  • 1992
  • Czechoslovakia ; Slovakia ; Tourism ; Tourism potential ; Tourist region
  • It is shown that Slovakia turned out one of the prominent touristic attractions in the postwar period in Central Europe. Some major possibilities of a touristic development in Slovakia are mentioned. - (MS)
  • 1992
  • Discussion of recent attempts in Cuba to become a tourist mecca in the context of a deteriorating economic situation. In 1989, Canada was the leading source of tourists visiting Cuba. - (DWG)
  • 1992
  • Tourist developers on Koh Samui, Thailand
  • 1992
  • Albania ; Economic environment ; Economic impact ; Forecast;Prediction ; Tourism ; Tourist flow
  • Albanian tourism began in the 1920s, but during the communist period 1944-1990, it was highly controlled and tourists from western countries were not encouraged. In the post-communist era, mass tourism looms as a major future element of the Albanian
  • 1992
  • A partir de la littérature sur le tourisme dans le monde, l'A. distingue cinq thèmes liés à la montagne : l'accessibilité, les dimensions temporelles, les types de touristes, les changements dans les communautés rurales tels qu'ils sont perçus par
  • les touristes, l'évolution des structures socio-culturelles des touristes. Grande diversité des schémas de développement.
  • 1992
  • In southern Baja California, the strong North American tourist presence since the 1980s has resulted in the use of English by tourist industry workers and the presence of signs in English. Language is used to reveal the evolution of the hybrid
  • 1992
  • Modifications du paysage provoquées par le tourisme, selon l'opinion des touristes
  • Cognitive space ; Landscape ; Landscape esthetics ; Mountain ; Switzerland ; Tourism ; Tourism area ; Tourist facilities
  • 1992
  • Nature park ; Rwanda ; Tourism ; Touristic planning ; War
  • 1992
  • Custom ; Hotel facilities ; International tourism ; Thailand ; Tourism ; Touristic planning ; Transport
  • 1992
  • Published in a popular collection this book deals, in a first chapter, with the geographical general conditions and, in the second chapter, with the touristic potential of the mountains. - (M. Vârlan).
  • 1992
  • The paper discusses the possibilities of revitalising declining cities through tourism development. The main question is whether obsolete or declining industrial land uses in or around the city can be transformed into successful tourist land uses.
  • 1992
  • Core-periphery ; Cultural geography ; Economic impact ; Environment ; Mountain ; Nepal ; Spatial system ; Tourism ; Tourist flow
  • 1992