Search results: 18,512 results (approx.)

1. Events and festivals.

This chapter is dedicated to the study of garden-related events and festivals. Most gardens have festivals and events to drive attendance, with the secondary reason to bring in new visitors and perhaps cater to, or attract new, membership. The chapter highlights a selection of these events and...

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book chapter : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.98-115

2. Contested narratives in the domain of world heritage.

This chapter focuses primarily on how 'heritage' is interpreted by various social actors, either individually or collectively. It is indicated that what is 'natural' is contested, heritage is a performance, and debates occur as to what is genuine, authentic or fake. Memories, too, are selective:...

Author(s) : Harrison, D.

Book chapter : Tourism, tradition and culture: a reflection on their role in development 2021 pp.123-131 ref.36

3. Non-invasive brain stimulation targets and approaches to modulate gambling-related decisions: a systematic review.

Introduction: Despite intense neuroscience research on the neurobiological underpinnings of Gambling Disorder (GD) and gambling-related decision-making, effective treatments targeting these dysfunctions are still lacking. Non Invasive Brain Stimulation (NIBS) techniques, such as transcranial Direct ...

Author(s) : Pettorruso, M.; Miuli, A.; Natale, C. di; Montemitro, C.; Zoratto, F.; Risio, L. de; D'Andrea, G.; Dannon, P. N.; Martinotti, G.; Giannantonio, M. di

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Addictive Behaviors 2021 Vol.112 ref.many

4. Decision-making (in)flexibility in gambling disorder.

Background: Behavioral flexibility -the ability to dynamically readjust our behavior in response to reward contingency changes- is often investigated using probabilistic reversal learning tasks (PRLT). Poor PRLT performance has been proposed as a proxy for compulsivity, and theorized to be related...

Author(s) : Perandrés-Gómez, A.; Navas, J. F.; Timmeren, T. van; Perales, J. C.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Addictive Behaviors 2021 Vol.112 ref.many

5. Sustainable development of industrial heritage tourism - a case study of the industrial monuments route in Poland.

The main goal of our research was to identify, characterize and discuss the main types of business models that can be found in touristic heritage sites that have been transformed into such from former industrial facilities or were newly created to pass on the heritage values. The research is a...

Author(s) : Szromek, A. R.; Herman, K.; Naramski, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

6. Factors influencing the co-occurrence of visits to attractions: the case of Madrid, Spain.

Large destinations such as cities usually offer multiple and diverse attractions, a selection of which will be visited by tourists during their stay. This study analyses the factors influencing the probability of the co-occurrence of visits to attractions in the city of Madrid (Spain). On the basis ...

Author(s) : Hernández, J. M.; Santana-Jiménez, Y.; González-Martel, C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

7. Roughness: unveilings to tourism urbanization and built heritage.

This paper discusses the concept of "roughness" as the driving principle in the analysis of the relationship between tourism development and built cultural heritage. It's a theoretical reflection of an exploratory and descriptive nature that aims at synthesizing existing knowledge while providing...

Foreign Title :Rugosidades: desvelamentos sobre urbanização turística e patrimônio edificado.

Author(s) : Minasi, S. M.; Talaska, A.; Tricárico, L. T.

Publisher : Universidad de la Laguna, La Laguna, Spain

Journal article : PASOS: Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural 2021 Vol.19 No.1 pp.73-84 ref.50

8. Learning patterns of tourist movement and photography from geotagged photos at archaeological heritage sites in Cuzco, Peru.

The popularity of media sharing platforms in recent decades has provided an abundance of open source data that remains underutilized by heritage scholars. By pairing geotagged internet photographs with machine learning and computer vision algorithms, we build upon the current theoretical discourse...

Author(s) : Payntar, N. D.; Hsiao WeiLin; Covey, R. A.; Grauman, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.82 ref.many

9. Tourists versus pilgrims: dichotomy of visits to Auschwitz-Birkenau.

This chapter explores how a recent upsurge in tourism at Auschwitz-Birkenau has produced a problematic and unhelpful distinction between two types of visitors to the site that supposedly sit at distinct ends of the ethical spectrum of worthiness. The 'pilgrim' and the 'tourist' are the two...

Author(s) : Dalton, D.

Book chapter : Pilgrims: values and identities 2021 pp.201-211 ref.36

10. The effect of authenticity orientation on existential authenticity and postvisitation intended behavior.

This study puts to empirical test the existence of three attitudes toward object-based authenticity that have been theorized in the literature as realist, constructivist, and postmodernist. We examine the relationship between an individual's orientation toward object-based authenticity and the...

Author(s) : Stepchenkova, S.; Belyaeva, V.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2021 Vol.60 No.2 pp.401-416

11. Risk and vulnerability assessment in coastal environments applied to heritage buildings in Havana (Cuba) and Cadiz (Spain).

In this paper, diagnostic tools are utilized to conduct a vulnerability analysis of monuments located in a coastal environment in accordance with a raft of standards drawn up by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 31000, in order to identify the main risks for Cultural Heritage ...

Author(s) : Rodríguez-Rosales, B.; Abreu, D.; Ortiz, R.; Becerra, J.; Cepero-Acán, A. E.; Vázquez, M. A.; Ortiz, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.750 ref.many

12. The relationship between push-pull motivation, destination image, and stage of visit intention: the case of Belitung Island.

Belitung Island is a blessed island that obtains a popularity after a 2008 Indonesian box office film took shots there. Up to now, thousands of national and international tourists visit this island annually. This study aims to examine two models. The first one tests the impact of travel motivation...

Author(s) : Suhud, U.; Allan, M.; Willson, G.

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.9-20

13. Gastrodiplomacy in tourism: capturing hearts and minds through stomachs.

Gastrodiplomacy, the strategic use of food as a powerful tool for achieving diplomatic goals, is linked well to tourism, and the concepts function symbiotically. Like soft power and cultural diplomacy, gastrodiplomacy is present through tourism which is catalysed by the country's international...

Author(s) : Nair, B. B.

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.30-40

14. A PROMETHEE-GAIA method-based appraisal of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India.

Evaluation of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites (WHSs) in India has become a challenging activity for the tourism planners, policy makers and managers to create effective management strategies for them. In this paper, a combined application of preference ranking organization method for enrichment...

Author(s) : Shankar Chakraborty; Ramakrishnan, K. R.; Prasenjit Chatterjee

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.51-66

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Search results: 18,512 results (approx.)

1. Events and festivals.

This chapter is dedicated to the study of garden-related events and festivals. Most gardens have festivals and events to drive attendance, with the secondary reason to bring in new visitors and perhaps cater to, or attract new, membership. The chapter highlights a selection of these events and...

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book chapter : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.98-115

2. Contested narratives in the domain of world heritage.

This chapter focuses primarily on how 'heritage' is interpreted by various social actors, either individually or collectively. It is indicated that what is 'natural' is contested, heritage is a performance, and debates occur as to what is genuine, authentic or fake. Memories, too, are selective:...

Author(s) : Harrison, D.

Book chapter : Tourism, tradition and culture: a reflection on their role in development 2021 pp.123-131 ref.36

3. Non-invasive brain stimulation targets and approaches to modulate gambling-related decisions: a systematic review.

Introduction: Despite intense neuroscience research on the neurobiological underpinnings of Gambling Disorder (GD) and gambling-related decision-making, effective treatments targeting these dysfunctions are still lacking. Non Invasive Brain Stimulation (NIBS) techniques, such as transcranial Direct ...

Author(s) : Pettorruso, M.; Miuli, A.; Natale, C. di; Montemitro, C.; Zoratto, F.; Risio, L. de; D'Andrea, G.; Dannon, P. N.; Martinotti, G.; Giannantonio, M. di

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Addictive Behaviors 2021 Vol.112 ref.many

4. Decision-making (in)flexibility in gambling disorder.

Background: Behavioral flexibility -the ability to dynamically readjust our behavior in response to reward contingency changes- is often investigated using probabilistic reversal learning tasks (PRLT). Poor PRLT performance has been proposed as a proxy for compulsivity, and theorized to be related...

Author(s) : Perandrés-Gómez, A.; Navas, J. F.; Timmeren, T. van; Perales, J. C.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Addictive Behaviors 2021 Vol.112 ref.many

5. Sustainable development of industrial heritage tourism - a case study of the industrial monuments route in Poland.

The main goal of our research was to identify, characterize and discuss the main types of business models that can be found in touristic heritage sites that have been transformed into such from former industrial facilities or were newly created to pass on the heritage values. The research is a...

Author(s) : Szromek, A. R.; Herman, K.; Naramski, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

6. Factors influencing the co-occurrence of visits to attractions: the case of Madrid, Spain.

Large destinations such as cities usually offer multiple and diverse attractions, a selection of which will be visited by tourists during their stay. This study analyses the factors influencing the probability of the co-occurrence of visits to attractions in the city of Madrid (Spain). On the basis ...

Author(s) : Hernández, J. M.; Santana-Jiménez, Y.; González-Martel, C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.83

7. Roughness: unveilings to tourism urbanization and built heritage.

This paper discusses the concept of "roughness" as the driving principle in the analysis of the relationship between tourism development and built cultural heritage. It's a theoretical reflection of an exploratory and descriptive nature that aims at synthesizing existing knowledge while providing...

Foreign Title :Rugosidades: desvelamentos sobre urbanização turística e patrimônio edificado.

Author(s) : Minasi, S. M.; Talaska, A.; Tricárico, L. T.

Publisher : Universidad de la Laguna, La Laguna, Spain

Journal article : PASOS: Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural 2021 Vol.19 No.1 pp.73-84 ref.50

8. Learning patterns of tourist movement and photography from geotagged photos at archaeological heritage sites in Cuzco, Peru.

The popularity of media sharing platforms in recent decades has provided an abundance of open source data that remains underutilized by heritage scholars. By pairing geotagged internet photographs with machine learning and computer vision algorithms, we build upon the current theoretical discourse...

Author(s) : Payntar, N. D.; Hsiao WeiLin; Covey, R. A.; Grauman, K.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.82 ref.many

9. Tourists versus pilgrims: dichotomy of visits to Auschwitz-Birkenau.

This chapter explores how a recent upsurge in tourism at Auschwitz-Birkenau has produced a problematic and unhelpful distinction between two types of visitors to the site that supposedly sit at distinct ends of the ethical spectrum of worthiness. The 'pilgrim' and the 'tourist' are the two...

Author(s) : Dalton, D.

Book chapter : Pilgrims: values and identities 2021 pp.201-211 ref.36

10. The effect of authenticity orientation on existential authenticity and postvisitation intended behavior.

This study puts to empirical test the existence of three attitudes toward object-based authenticity that have been theorized in the literature as realist, constructivist, and postmodernist. We examine the relationship between an individual's orientation toward object-based authenticity and the...

Author(s) : Stepchenkova, S.; Belyaeva, V.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Travel Research 2021 Vol.60 No.2 pp.401-416

11. Risk and vulnerability assessment in coastal environments applied to heritage buildings in Havana (Cuba) and Cadiz (Spain).

In this paper, diagnostic tools are utilized to conduct a vulnerability analysis of monuments located in a coastal environment in accordance with a raft of standards drawn up by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 31000, in order to identify the main risks for Cultural Heritage ...

Author(s) : Rodríguez-Rosales, B.; Abreu, D.; Ortiz, R.; Becerra, J.; Cepero-Acán, A. E.; Vázquez, M. A.; Ortiz, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.750 ref.many

12. The relationship between push-pull motivation, destination image, and stage of visit intention: the case of Belitung Island.

Belitung Island is a blessed island that obtains a popularity after a 2008 Indonesian box office film took shots there. Up to now, thousands of national and international tourists visit this island annually. This study aims to examine two models. The first one tests the impact of travel motivation...

Author(s) : Suhud, U.; Allan, M.; Willson, G.

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.9-20

13. Gastrodiplomacy in tourism: capturing hearts and minds through stomachs.

Gastrodiplomacy, the strategic use of food as a powerful tool for achieving diplomatic goals, is linked well to tourism, and the concepts function symbiotically. Like soft power and cultural diplomacy, gastrodiplomacy is present through tourism which is catalysed by the country's international...

Author(s) : Nair, B. B.

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.30-40

14. A PROMETHEE-GAIA method-based appraisal of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India.

Evaluation of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites (WHSs) in India has become a challenging activity for the tourism planners, policy makers and managers to create effective management strategies for them. In this paper, a combined application of preference ranking organization method for enrichment...

Author(s) : Shankar Chakraborty; Ramakrishnan, K. R.; Prasenjit Chatterjee

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.51-66

15. Tourism service in India: a model for identifying niche tourism products in view of foreign tourists.

The Indian Government, has been initiating to identifying, diversifying, developing and promoting the 'Niche tourism products', namely Cruise, Adventure, Medical, Wellness, Golf, Polo, Meetings Incentives Conferences & Exhibitions (MICE), Eco-tourism, Film Tourism, etc. (Annual Report-2018 p....

Author(s) : Ramakrishna Bandaru; Kumar, J. R.

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2021 Vol.14 No.1 pp.121-127

16. Creating 'Confederate pioneers': a spatial narrative analysis of race, settler colonialism, and heritage tourism at the Museu da Imigração, Santa Bárbara d'Oeste, São Paulo.

Local history museums are important to heritage tourism, often presenting interconnected local, regional, national, and transnational histories. This article explores the settler colonial narrative presented at the Museu da Imigração (Museum of the Immigration), in Santa Bárbara d'Oeste, São Paulo, ...

Author(s) : Brasher, J. P.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Heritage Tourism 2021 Vol.16 No.1 pp.20-42 ref.95

17. Comparing cultural world heritage sites and globally important agricultural heritage systems and their potential for tourism.

Similar to UNESCO's World Heritage Site (WHS), the FAO's Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System (GIAHS) certification has the potential to draw large numbers of tourists. In the literature, however, there has been no comprehensive assessment of the GIAHS's contribution to rural development ...

Author(s) : Yotsumoto, Y.; Vafadari, K.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Heritage Tourism 2021 Vol.16 No.1 pp.43-61 ref.48

18. A photo-elicitation study of the meanings of a cultural heritage site experience: a means-end chain approach.

Historical heritage sites are often reminded of some events, which are sensitive to visitors, thus challenging to manage. Understanding the meanings visitors ascribed to these heritage sites helps tackling this challenge. Through the process of photo-elicitation (i.e. visitor-employed photography...

Author(s) : Bapiri, J.; Esfandiar, K.; Seyfi, S.

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Heritage Tourism 2021 Vol.16 No.1 pp.62-78 ref.66

19. Dialectical emotions in a dark heritage site: a study at the Auschwitz death camp.

This study was designed to explore the emotional experience during the visit to the Auschwitz Death Camp, and its relationship to the perceptions of benefits gained from the visit as well as the quality of the experience. A mix method approach was adopted. Following a qualitative study,...

Author(s) : Oren, G.; Shani, A.; Poria, Y.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2021 Vol.82 ref.many

20. Music-based intervention to reduce aggressive behavior in children and adolescents: a meta-analysis.

Background: We aimed to evaluate the effect of music-based intervention on the aggressive behavior in children and adolescents, and made a comparison of music medicine and music therapy. Methods: We searched PubMed (MEDLINE), Ovid-Embase, and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials...

Author(s) : Ye PeiJie; Huang ZhaoHui; Zhou Huan; Tang QiShou

Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc., Hagerstown, USA

Journal article : Medicine (Baltimore) 2021 Vol.100 No.4 ref.49

21. New directions in garden tourism.

This book provides an update on the statistics and growth of the global phenomenon of garden visitation. It delves into new themes and contemporary trends, from art and culture, to psychographic profiling of visitors and how social media and semiotics are used to enrich visitor experience and fuel...

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.ix+ 206 pp.

22. New directions in gardens.

This chapter examines new directions in garden tourism by selecting seven major research, product development, and marketing innovations that have characterized gardens in the preceding seven years. They are: (1) gardens and wildlife; (2) art and gardens; (3) gardens and music; (4) Levy walk...

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book chapter : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.33-53

23. Gardens and historic homes; new directions in historic garden tourism.

This chapter focuses on historic garden tourism and the current management and development of historic gardens. Here the focus is on landscape, which is a more holistic approach to historic sites, and marks innovation in historic garden tourism. In this chapter, examples are presented of the four...

Author(s) : Benfield, R. W.

Book chapter : New directions in garden tourism 2021 pp.145-155

24. Cultural heritage as rural economic development: batik production amongst China's Miao population.

Cultural heritage has become a development resource for many rural areas in China driven by developmentalism and capitalism. This article takes handcrafts revival as a case study to demonstrate that how cultural heritage as rural economic development involves various power entanglements and...

Author(s) : Chen ZhengFu; Ren XiaoDong; Zhang ZaiJie

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Rural Studies 2021 Vol.81 pp.182-193

25. Mapping the susceptibility of UNESCO world cultural heritage sites in Europe to ambient (outdoor) air pollution.

Air pollution, particularly in urban areas, is a concern for its negative effects on the materials of the built environment. Cities are also home to a large part of our cultural heritage. Air pollution accelerates the natural processes of deterioration of the materials of historic buildings and...

Author(s) : Spezzano, P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.754