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Tourism as a factor in national and regional development

Meeting of the International Geographical Union"s Working Group on the Geography of Tourism and Recreation (1974 Trent University)

Tourism as a factor in national and regional development

proceedings ojf a meeting of the International Geographical Union"s Working Group on the Geography of Tourism and Recreation, September

by Meeting of the International Geographical Union"s Working Group on the Geography of Tourism and Recreation (1974 Trent University)

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Published by Dept. of Geography, Trent University in Peterborough, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tourism -- Congresses.,
  • Tourism -- Canada -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesTrent University. Dept. of Geography. Occasional paper -- 4
    ContributionsInternational Geographical Union, Working Group.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG155.C3 M44 1974
    The Physical Object
    Format[1 to 8] 1974. :
    Pagination107 p. :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19808975M

    tourism. Most national tourism administrations agree, however, that it is a growth sector. Experience in individual rural regions provides further testimony. In the American states of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho ranch and farm hospitality enterprises have increased from five in to 90 in INTERNATIONAL TOURISM: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE World Tourism Organization in cooperation with WTO Education Network at University of Hawaii at Manoa, U.S.A.

    Regional Economic Development: A Review Andrea Ascani, Riccardo Crescenzi, Simona Iammarino Department of Geography and Environment London School of Economics and Political Science Email: @ Abstract This review offers an analysis of the main concepts explored in the regional and local economic development literature. • National Parks • ATTA Market Studies / • The Center for Hospitality Research • ITB World Travel Trends Report • UNEP’s Green Economy Report • Outdoor Industry Foundations Report • APEC • Recent books including: Sustainable Tourism and .

      Greater Augusta Regional Tourism, comprised of the Staunton, Augusta, and Waynesboro tourism offices, has been awarded a $50, grant through the GO Virginia Economic Resilience and Recovery program. The role of culture in development should be treated as multi-layered: on the one hand as an intrinsic value, on secondly as a real factor of regional development leading to increased attractiveness of regions for tourists, residents and investors, thirdly, as an active factor of social development based on knowledge, tolerance and creativity.


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Tourism as a factor in national and regional development by Meeting of the International Geographical Union"s Working Group on the Geography of Tourism and Recreation (1974 Trent University) Download PDF EPUB FB2

This publication lays the foundation for tourism development of a country and its regions. It establishes the principal guidelines for preparing tourism development plans at the national and regional levels with emphasis on the integrated approach, balancing economic, environmental, and socio-cultural factors achieving sustainable tourism.

IGU Working Group, Geography of Tourism and Recreation. Tourism as a factor in national and regional development. Peterboroug, [Ont.]: Department of Geography, Trent University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: IGU Working Group, Geography of Tourism and Recreation.

OCLC Number: Description. It is recognised that tourism must be managed in a controlled and sustainable manner and planning is carried from international to site level. This book introduces the concept of national and regional planning and is divided into two parts. The first introduces concepts and methodologies, with the emphasis on an integrated approach that balances economic, environmental and socio-cultural factors.

that same country. Internal tourism can relate to a region within a country, while national tourism considers all forms of tourism within one particular nation or country.

Motivations for travel In any tourism trip, there are likely to be a number of reasons which, when com-bined, can be considered as the motivational factors for the Size: KB. Due to the fact that tourism has strong influences on regional development, many undeveloped and developing countries have detected it as a chance for economic prosperity.

Downloadable. Fast growing tourism industries have provided a focus for policymakers and academics concerned with regional and national economic development in periphery areas. General and, in the context of this paper, event tourism, comprise an important development platform for both periphery rural areas facing a bleak future due to depressed agriculture.

Introduction Tourism Planning and Development To have an in-depth understanding of key concepts related to tourism planning and development To emphasize the importance of tourism planning in a destination To understand the framework and process flow of designing a tourism.

I would like to know something about factors of regional development. I found a lot of articles and publications concerning various factors (eg. tourism as a factor of regional development. evolving from tourism are manifold.

First of all, the tourism industry is very resource and land intensive. Consequently, the interest of the tourism sector will often be in conflict with local resource and land use practices.

The introduction of tourism will imply an increased stress on resources available. The regional plan is also capable of regulating the timing and sequence of execution for specific projects and programs; and projects national linkages and inter-relationships among them.

Thus, it may help to bridge the gap between “national development” in terms of “objectives” and. Reasonable spatial organization of the tourism industry can improve the utilization efficiency of regional tourism industry elements.

Taking Dalian City in China as an example, this paper collects various types of tourism industry data and introduces GIS network analysis technology into tourism studies to determine the location, scale, and number of tourism nodes in Dalian.

Tourism is an industry with enormous economic impacts. It is also an industry that has many social and cultural or physical consequences. Tourism like many other industries is often used as a national or regional development tool.

In general, tourism development within a host community often has impact. Tourism, fast becoming the largest global business, employs one out of twelve persons and produces $ trillion of the world's economy.

In a groundbreaking book, Elizabeth Becker uncovers how what was once a hobby has become a colossal enterprise with profound impact on countries, the environment, and cultural heritage. Every industry has trends and innovations — the tourism industry is no exception.

In a rapidly-evolving landscape, new trends are appearing and taking hold all the time. Changing demographics, advances in technology, shifting social mores: these influences and others all help give rise to important new tourism trends. Tourism Planning & Development. Search in: Advanced search.

Submit an article. New content The Regional Impact of Tourism when Data is Scarce. An Application to the Province of Salta. Books; Keep up to date. Register to receive personalised research and resources by email.

PHYSICAL/ SPATIAL Underlying assumptions and related attitudes tourism as a resource user ecological basis to development tourism as a spatial and regional phenomenon environmental conservation development defined in environmental terms preservation of genetic diversity Definition of the tourism planning problem physical carrying capacity.

CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. ) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by.

reverberate down a destination’s long tourism value chain. Because of this unique capability, DMOs prove invaluable for supporting tourism development, especially in developing destinations where tourism is an important economic driver and mechanism for equitable social capacity building.

They are satisfied with the service, with a small number of complaints mainly related to the quality of accommodation in the rural homes. Discussion Rural tourism and regional development Rural tourism in it has just recently become an important part in comprehensive economic development.

government, in consultation with the private and public sector, that tourism is a desirable development option to be expanded in a planned manner. In order successfully to design a development plan, it is necessary to have a clear understanding of the development objectives to be achieved at national, regional or local levels.

THE ROLE OF NATIONAL TOURIST ORGANIZATIONS IUOTO Geneva t Switzerland Rapidly growing awareness of the economic t financial and social advantages of tourism develpment, together with the recognition that such advantages can best be achieved through systematic efforts to expand tourism, has led States in the 20th century to extend and enlarge their direct interest in tourism.Given tourism’s position as a top export sector and creator of employment, UNWTO advocates the need for responsible growth.

Tourism has, therefore, a place at the heart of global development policies, and the opportunity to gain further political recognition and make a real impact as the Decade of Action gets underway, leaving just ten years.Regional planning deals with the efficient placement of land-use activities, infrastructure, and settlement growth across a larger area of land than an individual city or al planning is related to urban planning as it relates land use practices on a broader scale.

It also includes formulating laws that will guide the efficient planning and management of such said regions.