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  • Author:
    Valene L. Smith,Maryann Brent
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Introduction Valene L. Smith and Maryann Brent. Anthropology and Tourism. Definig Tourist Destinations: Guests Versus Hosts. Negotiating a Definition of a Tourist Destination. Lake Balaton: The Hungarian Sea. Early History

Introduction Valene L. Indigenous Peoples and the Ethnographic Present. The Study of Tourism. Economic Growth and Impacts of Tourism. Tourism Needs More Respect": The Statistical Dimension. Economic Value Versus Sustainability. Section 1: stone age to star trek. Early History. The Beginning of Balaton Tourism. From the Adriatic sea to the Hungarian Sea. Balaton From the 1980s.

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Smith, Valene L. and Brent, Maryann (eds) (2001) Hosts and Guests Revisited: Tourism Issues of the 21st Century, New York: Cognizant Communication Corp.

These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Smith, Valene L. Swick, Thomas (1997) ‘On the Road without a Pulitzer’, The American Scholar, 6., pp. 423–29.

This work has recently been revisited (Smith and Brent 2001) and examines continuing, and new, issues for anthropology and tourism in the 21 st century. The tourism is dynamic. Anthropology and Tourism: Past Contributions and Future Theoretical Challenges. At the present time, the tourists want nature and culture, not only sun and beach. New tourists and new products (Cultural tourism) appear.

Wellness and Tourism: Mind, Body, Spirit, Place, by R. Bushell and . New York, Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2009

Wellness and Tourism: Mind, Body, Spirit, Place, by R. New York, Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2009. ISBN: 978 1 882 345 51 7.

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Anthropologists studying tourism traditionally focus on the relations . In Hosts and Guests Revisited: Tourism Issues of the 21st Century, V. Smith an. .

Anthropologists studying tourism traditionally focus on the relations between hosts and guests. The chapter defines them as the mediator between hosts and guests, situated between the demand and the supply sides of tourism (Smith 2001: 276–277). Smith and M. Brent, ed. p. 75-282.

The thematic exhibition "Tourism in the 21st century: sustainability and .

The thematic exhibition "Tourism in the 21st century: sustainability and development timed to the World Tourism Day runs in the Official documents department (room 207), from 6 September to 18 October. According to the decision taken at the 21st session of UNWTO, official celebrations on the occasion of the World Tourism Day in 2017 will be held in Qatar under the slogan Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for Development. Currently, tourism is the third largest export-oriented industry in the world after the chemical and fuel industry. It has become a powerful sector of economy, becoming a transformative force that improves the lives of millions of people.

Valene L. Next: Consumer behaviour in tourism. Previous: The tourist experience. Library availability. Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading.

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