2 edition of Alpinism and tourism and other problems of the geography of tourism found in the catalog.
Alpinism and tourism and other problems of the geography of tourism
IGU Working Group, Geography of Tourism and Recreation.
by Im Selbstverlag Instituts für Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeograp[h]ie der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität in Frankfurt/Main
Written in English
|Series||Frankfurter wirtschafts- und sozialgeographische Schriften,, Heft 41|
|LC Classifications||G154.9 .I37 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||280 p.,  folded leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||83123185|
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In: Alpinism and tourism and other problems of the geography of tourism. The article considers the distribution of skiing resorts in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, the USA, Canada and Japan.
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Barbier. In: Alpinism and tourism and other problems of the geography of tourism. In Japan, travel involving lodging for the purpose of amusement and recreation had its beginnings in the s. Urbanization and the growth of a middle class led to a gradual increase in travel to countryside areas for : J.
Yamamura. PUBLICATION Alpinism and Tourism-And Other Problems of the Geography of Tourism. Johann Wolfgang GoetheUniversitat (Fachbereich 18 Geographie, Institut fur Wirtschaftund Sozialgeographie, Frankfurt am Main, W. Germany), Proceedings of the meeting of the IGU Working Group: Geography of Tourism and Recreation ( August Vol.
41,pp. DM The article details visitor characteristics in two sections: Arrivals, analyzing number and purpose of visit, nationality, monthly flow of foreign visitors; and, Travel route, covering place of visit, tour route, and, impressions and comments on the : S.
Shirasaka. This text provides a concise introduction to new and established geographies of tourism. Using worldwide examples it examines the differing economic, environmental and sociological impacts that tourism has on destinations. It looks to the future by considering how planning for tourism can assist in furthering development and sustainable tourism.
The book concludes with a detailed investigation of the potential and pitfalls of ecotourism, sustainable tourism and community-based tourism, as examples of what is sometimes termed 'ethical.
The Development of the Geography of Tourism Tourism has been the direct subject of geographical analysis since the s and has developed into a significant area of applied human geography as well as other social scientific fields. In that time methodologies and File Size: KB. If you are adventurous in your travel or are interested in knowing more than what is found in travel brochures, this book makes for interesting reading.
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Tourism is an astonishingly complex phenomenon that is becoming an ever-greater part of life in today's global world. This clear and engaging text introduces undergraduate students to this vast and diverse subject through the lens of geography, the only field with the breadth to consider all of the aspects, activities, and perspectives that constitute tourism.
TOURISM IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. tion of a tourist atlas and other problems that came to bear at that time (Jack- well established aspects of tourism geography. The first book is The. Andy Cave was born into a mining family and is now a cutting-edge Alpinist with several formidable first ascents to his credit.
Learning to Breathe, his first book, was joint winner of the. The impacts of tourism can be sorted into seven general categories: 1. Economic 2. Environmental 3.
Social and cultural 4. Crowding and congestion 5. Services 6. Taxes 7. Community attitude Each category includes positive and negative impacts. Not all impacts are applicable to every community because conditions or resources differ. Community. Stephen Williams is Emeritus Professor of Human Geography at Staffordshire University, UK.
His extensive interests in recreation and tourism are reflected in his publications, which include Outdoor Recreation and the Urban Environment (Routledge), Tourism and Recreation (Prentice Hall) and a four-volume edited work Tourism: critical concepts in the social sciences (Routledge).Cited by: The paper highlights a wide range of problems that need serious consideration to overcome Indonesia's drawback of an adequate and skilled tourism workforce.
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However, through the example of tourism in Shtip, we identify two historical periods: the preturism and the period ofthe first period lasts until the appearance of the first hotel.
In: Alpinism and tourism and other problems of the geography of tourism. An attempt is made to highlight some of the distinctive features of the sacred city, Varanasi, with the aim of emphasizing the perceptive ideas of the tourists and their : R.
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Types of tourist areas and types of tourism On the basis of distance, tourism can be divided into two types. (a) Long-distance tourism is generally taken to be journeys of over 3, kms (b) Short-distance tourism is below that Size: 1MB.BOOKS: Tourism Geography: Critical Understandings of Place, Space and Experience Tourism Geography: Critical Understandings of Place, Space and Experience Authors Stephen Williams, Alan A.
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