Attractions have a lot of complicated parts, both intangible and tangible. They have a wider impact that many realize. A whole mess of questions in a complicated world. Attractions evolve from the three environments: socio-cultural, economic, and physical (natural and man-made). They take many…
Category: business, Business Environment, carrying capacity, definition, economic, environments, exchange, history, landscape, man-made, motivation, motivators, natural landscape, place, products, resources, service, services, sociocultural, stakeholders, stewardship, tourism, Tourism, tourism education, Tourism Goods, tourism life cycle, Tourism Services, travel, value, value, value chainTags: attractions, definitions, forms of travel, management, motivations, movement, multiplier effect, tourism clusters, tourism education
The Johnstown Flood Memorial/ St. Michael, PA #SouthForkFishingHuntingClub #SouthForkDam #JohnstownFloodof1889 Border (s) exist on a map, in different geographic markings, and man-made signs to denote a boundary. In tourism, boundaries are blurred more today than 100 years ago. As tourist we are constrained only…
Category: acculturation, border, carrying capacity, cultural homogenization, Cultural Intelligence, culture, definition, economic, environments, landscape, man-made, management, motivations, natural landscape, quality of life, resources, sense of self, sociocultural, spatial segregation, Tourism, tourism education, tourism life cycleTags: borders, definitions, development, economic environment, impacts, migration, movement, natural/man-made environment, socio-cultural environment, tourism, travel
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