Corpus ID: 166425995

Marketing spirituality : a tourism perspective

  title={Marketing spirituality : a tourism perspective},
  author={Farooq Haq},
...................................................................................................................................... 4 Table of 
Examining the religious tourism potential of Manisa, Turkey with a marketing perspective
Purpose – This paper aims to, by having a marketing perspective, assess the potential of Manisa for religious tourism and shed some light on the ways of increasing that potential and to add to theExpand
Factors influencing travel to Islamic destinations: an empirical analysis of Kuwaiti nationals
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyze the influence of travel motivation, Muslim-friendly amenities and lifestyle, cognitive and affective destination image and quality of service onExpand
Towards Sustainable Spiritual Tourism at the Egyptian Heritage Sites: Applied To the Red Sea Monasteries
People all over the world are facing many problems, challenges and pressures. Therefore, they need to take spiritual vacations because this helps them to think better, make the right decisions andExpand
Muslim perspectives on spiritual and religious travel beyond Hajj: Toward understanding motivations for Umrah travel in Oman
Abstract For decades, religious tourism has played a major part in attracting travellers to sacred sites for the performance of rituals. Within the Muslim World, there are two types ofExpand


External factors in spiritual tourism segmentation: a three country exploratory study
This paper presents a combination of theory and practical application of consumer behaviour and market segmentation of spiritual tourists. The Moutinho consumer behaviour model for tourists wasExpand
Spiritual Tourism – The Church as a Partner in Tourism?
“No attentive observer of the contemporary cultural scene can fail to recognize the breadth and power of the “spirituality phenomenon” in virtually every part of the world”, wrote Schneiders in 1989Expand
Marketing spiritual tourism : qualitative interviews with private tourism operators in Pakistan
This paper presents a study on marketing of spiritual tourism based upon in-depth interviewing of a sample of the tourism operators in Pakistan. A qualitative approach was adopted; in-depthExpand
The Sociology of Tourism: Approaches, Issues, and Findings
This article reviews the body of sociological and anthropolog ical literature on tourism. Following a historical survey of the field, the principal concepts and approaches to the study of tourism areExpand
The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Documents about the work The structure of scientific revolutions (1962) / Thomas Samuel Kuhn (1922-1996) . . . . . . . . .Expand
Rural tourism: A spiritual experience?
It has long been suggested that (post)modern societies are characterised by a decline in the perceived significance of traditional religious institutions and practices and, as a consequence, peopleExpand
Tourism Marketing in an Era of Paradigm Shift
The present article synthesizes the latest discussion on the future paradigm of marketing. Three alternative marketing perspectives are discussed: relationship marketing, the network approach, andExpand
Culture, identity and tourism representation: marketing Cymru or Wales?
Abstract This article attempts to contribute to the development of a critical analysis of tourism representations through an investigation of destination branding strategies. Based on an analysis ofExpand
Holistic Holidays: Tourism And The Reconciliation of Body, Mind and Spirit
This paper will explore on the current trend towards spiritual tourism, focusing on the quest for the enhancement of self through physical, mental and creative activities. This will include, forExpand
Spiritual journey to Hajj: Australian and Pakistani experience and expectations
This paper explores and examines the interesting and important phenomenon of Hajj from a marketing strategy and ethnographic perspective. There has been little academic qualitative research from aExpand