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Developing the Travel Career Approach to Tourist Motivation
The purpose of this study lies in the conceptual adjustment of the travel career ladder (TCL) approach to travel motivation. In this context, the study examined the relationship between patterns ofExpand
Tourist Behaviour: Themes and Conceptual Schemes
Tourism is an inherently social phenomenon Tourists travel with others and experience places and cultures through interacting with both familiar and unfamiliar others. This volume presents a thoroughExpand
Young budget travelers: Backpackers in Australia
This paper examines young budget travelers in the context of the “backpacker” phenomenon in Australia. The origin of this form of travel is discussed and a contemporary social definition ofExpand
The Ulysses Factor: Evaluating Visitors in Tourist Settings
1: Tourism Studies in Context.- 2: Conceptual Approaches to Visitor Evaluation.- 3: Methodological Issue in Tourist Research.- 4: The Theme Parks.- 5: Museums and Visitor Centres.- 6: Historic SitesExpand
Perceived changes in holiday destinations
Abstract Small samples of tourists visiting Greece and Morocco were studied intensively to see whether tourists' post-travel images of these countries were different from pre-travel images. AnExpand
Understanding ethnic tourists.
Abstract Much of the discussion of ethnic tourism has concentrated on the impact of guests onhosts. This paper examines ethnic tourism from the perspective of the guests and is particularlyconcernedExpand
Tourism community relationships
Acknowledgements. Why do we need to understand and manage the tourism--community relationship? What are social representations? Social representations and the tourism--community relationship. SocialExpand
Developing a Typology for Understanding Visiting Friends and Relatives Markets
This study seeks to classify visiting friends and relatives (VFR) travel and to explore the linkage between VFR travel types and commercial tourism in an empirical study. The VFR phenomenon isExpand