Understanding And Managing Tourism Impacts

Author: Colin Michael Hall
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0415771331
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It then goes on to examine the tourism system concept and its relevance to
understanding impacts and change. ... Impact studies emerged in the nineteenth
century in response to the industrial revolution and the rapid growth in population
that accompanied it. ... In the United States, for example, railroad mileage grew
from 23 miles in 1830 to 2,818 miles in 1840, and as a result of industrial
revolution-driven European migration, the US population grew 17-fold from 1800
to 1900.

Sociological Abstracts

Author: Leo P. Chall
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... Societal Reaction Perspective; SA 16444 Systems Approach to Analysis of
Public Opinion Monitoring; SA00051 Social Relations and Social Capital in
Vietnam: Findings from the 2001 World Values Survey; SA 15925 Terrorism and
the 1mage of the United States in Latin America; SA10324 Tourism and Popular
Perceptions: Mapping ... Strategies and Practice of an Election Campaign, The
CDU/ CSU Example; SA 10585 What Were the 1mplications of the September 1
1th Attacks?;

Social Tourism

Author: Lynn Minnaert
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317967011
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By linking social tourism to sustainable development, the EC sets priorities for
future policies to foster mobility within the community. Yet, most European
countries have different approaches, priorities and diverse ideological
interpretations of the role of the state in tourism provision. Consequently, systems
and practices vary strongly between nations and seem to put the ideal of a
common approach a very distant prospect. This paper outlines the context of
these approaches to social ...

Tourism And Climate Change

Author: Susanne Becken
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
ISBN: 1845410661
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Studies. of. the. Tourism. Á. Climate. System. Key Points for Policy and Decision
Makers, and Tourism Operators . Two case studies Á small island states and
Alpine Europe Á take a geographic approach, whereas the two other case
studies Á ... Increasing air conditioning as a response to hotter temperatures is an
example of an unsustainable adaptation measure, whereas the conservation of
water (when facing a drier climate) is likely to reduce the carbon footprint as an
ancillary ...

Tourism And Economic Development

Author: R. N. Ghosh
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
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Case Studies from the Indian Ocean Region R. N. Ghosh, Muhammed Abu B.
Siddique, Rony Gabbay. environment that is relatively better than that of the
tourist generating areas of Europe and North America, tourism development
would not take place. This makes it critically important to develop an
understanding of the tourism development process that transforms the economic,
social and environmental structures of island states in the development process.
The systemic approach ...

Dividends From Space

Author: Frederick Ira Ordway
ISBN: 9780690241341
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housing projects "utilizing new housing technologies." It would seem that ...
Nevertheless research involving the systems approach to mass housing has
been conducted in the United States as well as Europe. For example, a study by
General Electric Company's Missiles and Space Division of the problems of
producing housing for dependents of the armed forces resulted in a solution that
would be equally applicable to building mass housing for expanding urban or
suburban areas.

The Geographical Magazine

Author: Michael Huxley
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Nations of Western Europe by R. E. H. Mellor WESTERN EUROPE: A
SYSTEMATIC HUMAN GEOGRAPHY. By Brian W. llbery. 180pp. Oxford
University Press. £12.50 hardback, £5.95 paperback. A new regional geography
is a rather rare event nowadays and this book is consequently to be particularly
welcomed. It is organized as a collective but comparative study of the nation
states of a broadly defined Western Europe. The author considers his approach
as a core-periphery issue, ...

The Oxford Handbook Of Environmental History

Author: Andrew C. Isenberg
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199394474
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Hal Rothman, Devil's Bargains: Tourism in the TwentiethCentury West (Lawrence
: University Press of Kansas, 1998); William Jordan, “Ten Thousand Thoreaus,”
Ecological Restoration 18 (Winter 2000): 215. For a variation on ... Guha
overstates the case, but only slightly. See Guha, How Much Should ... I: Capitalist
Agriculture and the Origins of the European WorldEconomy in the Sixteenth
Century (New York: Academic Press, 1974); The Modern WorldSystem, vol. II:
Mercantilism and ...

After The Moscow Summit

Author: Norton T. Dodge
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The system will process six million messages a month and will be in operation by
the end of 1973. Compu ter assisted systems would appear to have a wide
application throughout the Soviet economy. The many Soviet managerial service
specialists studying in the United States may stimulate Soviet interest in this area.
European experience suggests that the field is one in which the United States not
only has the leadership, but seems able to maintain and expand on its