Metoda punktowej wyceny wartości stanowisk. Pamiętnik Puławski, 14,. Yates F. zasobności i bonitacji gleb. Annales UMCS, Sec. E, vol. XXIII, administrative districts of the region are set well. Keywords. cele strategiczne; powiaty Lubelszczyzny; bonitacja punktowa; wskaźniki aktywności turystycznej. ). Bonitacja punktowa z powodzeniem stosowana jest także do oceny atrakcyjności geoturystycznej obszarów i geostanowisk. (Reynard i in. , Pereira i.
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The increase in the popularity of eating out and the related trips has enhanced the number of studies on determining the relationship between food and tourism.
After the necessary information is given in the theoretical part of the study, the data to be analyzed in the study will be obtained via a questionnaire. In this context, the study includes a series of practical applications for both public and private organizations supporting the development of tourism in the city and tourism enterprises.
Territorial attractiveness in EU urban and spatial policy: The paper introduces the concept of territorial assets and discusses their role for regional development. Focusing on European societies and taking into account different strands of the literature on place and territorial capital, we Tourist destination perception and well-being: What makes a destination attractive? Data were collected in a self-administered survey from Data were collected in a self-administered survey from respondents in three Austrian tourism destinations.
Factor analysis and structural equation modeling Mplus 7. Results provide empirical evidence that tourists perceive destination settings holistically and will report higher levels of psychological well-being if a destination provides an adequate combination of sensemaking i.
Most importantly, an indirect-only mediation of well-being on the relationship between both sense-making and exploratory attributes and behavioral outcomes was found. An integrated view of the results can provide important considerations for tourism research and fruitful suggestions for destination management organizations.
A tal fin, se proponen diversos indicadores que tratan de reflejar la competitividad de los Second-home owners’ intention to purchase nature-based tourism activity products — A Norwegian case study. Numbers of students participating in Erasmus Exchange Programme are constantly increasing. Although the motives associated with this programme have been studied extensively, relatively little is known about academic attractiveness of The findings have implications for those who are responsible for creating the exchange programme and for policy-makers involved in higher education process.
Attracting Value Flows to Branded Hubs. New Urban Management discusses how the logic of economic flows poses a challenge to local governments throughout the world.
The book argues that the increased fluidity in economic life must have its reflection in local economic The book argues that the increased fluidity in economic life must have its reflection in local economic development policy. The analysis begins with the idea of space of flows, but this goes much further than available literature in urban political analysis.
The starting point is the observation that metropolitan governments’ ability to maintain their economic vitality bonjtacja on their ability to attract flows of values through their assets.
Such assets are, however, symbolic rather than physical, which implies the relevance of city branding. On that basis, this book builds a coherent picture of how flow analysis can be utilised in brand-oriented economic development policy. Customer satisfaction in tourist destination: The case of tourism offer in the city of Naples. This paper investigates the main elements that can influence customer satisfaction in tourist services, with specific reference to tourism industry.
Indeed, satisfaction with travel experiences contributes to destination loyalty.
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Although predominant literature has adopted a demand-side perspective, this paper analyses tourist satisfaction according to an overlapping perspective that contemplates both the demand and the offer side where this latter, in the wider meaning, also includes the systemic perspective.
More precisely, this paper aims to identify the principle competitive strategies that the variety of stakeholders, cooperating together in a destination, has to implement in order to increase tourist satisfaction and loyalty. Indeed, the point of view gonitacja this paper is to understand how destination attributes and services affect the tourist satisfaction.
In order to study the link between destination attributes and tourist satisfaction, the paper collects cross-sectional data via questionnaire, from May to May The adopted approach allows to individuate the factors that can influence tourist bonitscja, their positive or negative direction and their magnitude.
This paper uses 14 tourist satisfaction indicators in order to measure the global satisfaction.
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Furthermore, this study allows to identify the current strengths and weaknesses of the tourist offer. In particular, the study paid attention to the phase of service delivery since it is the time when customer bonitacjaa is bonitacna. From this study, it comes out that tourist satisfaction depends on a complex process punmtowa the role of each actor is fundamental and it must be in tune with all the other ones.
Findings show that tourists visiting Naples are not completely satisfied, pnuktowa that Naples has not a clear destination image.
Bonigacja factors that matter most. With the increased international competition facing hotel chains, it is essential that the next destination they enter is the most attractive option possible.
The host destinations too have a keen interest in strategically positioning The host destinations too have a keen interest in strategically positioning themselves in order to attract international hotels since their presence has several positive effects.
Using, for the first time, actual on-location data we investigate the factors that matter most for international hotels when selecting host destinations. Specifically, we identify 23 factors that make a destination an attractive boniitacja unattractive location for international hotels. We then rank these. The results show that welcomeness, infrastructure, and crime rate are the three most important factors that influence the location of international hotels in host destinations.
Globalisation is dramatically changing the context of urban communities and the premises for urban development policy. In the context of global intercity competition, cities’ major goal is to increase their competitiveness, in which the In the context of global intercity competition, cities’ major goal is to increase their competitiveness, in which the positioning and attractiveness of a city have a critical function.
Attraction-oriented development strategies aim at effective absorption of external resources from the global space of flows. At the core of attraction strategy are business promotion activities with appealing incentives, but it is assumed that such a competition is risky and may lead to a race to the bottom. This paper proposes a city attraction hypothesis that states that global intercity competition is essentially about a city’s ability to attract the highest possible value from global flows of values in order to promote urban development.
The result of such a global intercity competition determines cities’ functions and positions in the global division of labour and thus in the global urban hierarchy, and ultimately determines their ability to increase prosperity and welfare in urban communities.
Athens as an international tourism destination: The aim of this thesis is to identify the role of DMOs in promoting Athens as a tourist destination, as well as to evaluate their effectiveness in terms of marketing and managing the tourist product of Athens, its popularity and imagery.
For that purposes, 6 personal interviews were conducted with executives who were working in 6 famous local DMOs operating both generally in Greece and specifically in Athens.
The result of this study indicated that DMOs are playing a crucial role for the promotion of Athens as a tourist destination. DMOs key responsibilities include: Athens is a destination with great potential for future growth and for that reason DMOs have designed certain plans for the next three years in order to exploit the opportunities which are presented.
Besides, DMOs will focus in five forms of tourism which can be developed successfully in Athens, namely: The majority of these problems are related with the business environment in Greece which has become less competitive due to the crisis. Besides, the city as a destination faces the problems of seasonality as well as missing infrastructures.
Finally, the research showed that DMOs have established strong and long term relationships with DMOs in foreign countries. These partnerships allow the Greek DMOs to be updated concerning the trends of the global tourism market as well as enhance the movement of tourists between cooperating countries. Nevertheless, the promotion of Athens as a tourism destination requires a more concerted effort between the public and the private stakeholders which are involved in the tourism industry.
The benefits will be multiplied for businesses, the state and the society in general. Tourism destination attractiveness and loyalty: Why do some tourism destinations engender more loyalty than others, especially in the face of adverse publicity?
Such is the importance of tourism to national economies, credibility and image that this question needs to be Such is the importance of tourism to national economies, credibility and image that this question needs to be explored and some conclusions suggested.
This paper will address destination attractiveness, or the criteria by which potential tourists select holiday destinations. It will also consider the issue of loyalty, or repeat visitation and, in particular, why some destinations seem to do better in this regard than others. Following the literature review a model of destination loyalty is proposed, to be tested against a case study of Thailand. Was this the result of external world factors or due to the intrinsic nature of the destination and its people?
This paper proposes a response to these interesting questions and seeks to generalise the conclusions to augment the debate on destinations attractiveness. Analysing the competitiveness of tourism regions in Hungary: Second-home owners’ intention to purchase nature-based tourism activity products – A Norwegian case study. Tourism is acknowledged to be an important business sector in rural areas.
This paper argues that second-home owners constitute an important market segment for businesses that offer nature-based tourism activities. Previous research has shown that a number of factors influence tourist behaviour. This study examined how motivation and demographic variables affect second-home owners’ intention to purchase three different types of activity products: We found substantial variations in the purchase intentions for these products among second-home owners.
These intentions were influenced by push and pull motivations, age, income and educational level. Second-home owners with a high intention of purchasing nature-based tourism activity products tend to be young, high-income, and socially oriented risk takers.
Businesses offering nature-based tourism activity products should use a combination of demographic and psychographic variables when they segment the second-home market.
Cultures and Histories of Tourism, Bloomington, A Travel Career Approach. The main purpose of this study was to conceptualize backpacker motivation within the framework of the travel career pattern TCP theory of travel motivation. An online survey was administered to backpackers targeted in An online survey was administered to backpackers targeted in backpacker-specific online communities in order to obtain a diverse sample.
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