- Author:Jonathan A. Blackie,David Overton
- Publisher:Capital Planning Information Ltd; 2nd edition (September 1988)
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A Guide to information sources (or a bibliographic guide, a literature guide, a guide to reference materials, a subject gateway, et. is a kind of metabibliography. Ideally it is not just a listing of bibliographies, reference works and other information sources, but more like a textbook introducing users to the information sources in a given field (in general).
or a tourist guide (European) is a person who provides assistance, information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage to people on organized tours and individual clients at educational establishments, religious and historical sites, museums, and at venues of other significant interest, attractions sites. In 18th-century Japan, a traveler could pay for a tour guide or consult guide books such as Kaibara Ekken's Keijō Shōran (The Excellent Views of Kyoto).
North America: A Tourism Handbook. David A. Fennell (e. sive guide to information sources for al. True to its title, North America: A Tourism. Handbook, serves its readers as a clear. Clevedon, UK: Channel View Publications, 2006. sive guide to information sources for all. three countries. For each country, Fennell. provides full contact information for. government agencies and industry asso-. indb 217 07/02/2007 09:46:07.
A guide book or travel guide is "a book of information about a place designed for the use of visitors or tourists". It will usually include information about sights, accommodation, restaurants, transportation, and activities. Maps of varying detail and historical and cultural information are often included.
3 Table of Contents Preface. xi 1 An Introduction to Destination Management Defining a Tourism Destination Introduction The Basic Elements of the Tourist Destination Defining Destination Management The Destination Management Organisation (DMO) What is Destination Management? How Does Destination Management Work?
A Guide to information sources (or a bibliographic guide, a literature . Cultural anthropology; a guide to reference and information sources. 2nd ed. Westport, Conn.
Tourism guides are written for tourists. If you can, take a tourism and hospitality English class. Textbooks work better when you have a teacher to help you understand the information. Skim before you read. They describe the best places to visit, the best hotels to stay in and other useful information for someone traveling in a new place. Many tourism guides also include historical information and give tips on the best times to visit popular place. hey are like having a native friend giving you inside information, or information from someone who lives in the place you are visiting. Which type of book you choose depends on your study style.