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Contribution to the drafting of a charter for cultural tourism (tourism and the environment)
|Statement||prepared by ECTARC, April 1989, authors Mark Dixon ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Dixon, Mark., European Centre for Traditional and Regional Cultures., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General Environment, Consumer Protection and Nuclear Safety.|
Recognizing that tourism can afford the opportunity to travel and to get to know other cultures, and that the development of tourism can help promote closer ties and peace among peoples, creating a conscience that is respectful of the diversity of culture and life styles. In recognition of economic and social cohesion among the peoples of the world as a fundamental principle of sustainable development, it is urgent that measures be promoted to permit a more equitable distribution of the benefits and burdens of tourism. This approach fits better with postmodern approaches to consumption, but the problem is that every cultural need such as the need to learn can be expressed in thousands of individual wants and desires associated with a basic cultural need. Visits to cultural and historical sites are influenced by many factors including: the peculiarities of the interests of tourists; the degree of their own general knowledge and educational level; preliminary knowledge about the country or parts of it, as well as its cultural and historical heritage; financial opportunities; psychological perceptions of their religion; customs and way of life, etc.
University of Pensylvania Press, Philadelphia, pp. This approach implies that all those responsible must take upon themselves a true challenge, that of cultural, technological and professional innovation, and must also undertake a major effort to create and implement integrated planning and management instruments. Cultural tourism and cultural attractions have also become central to much of the regional economic development activity financed by the European Commission. Richards and J. Tourists who can choose to construct their own versions of local identity become themselves involved in the staging process, which therefore slips into the background. Wiley and Sons.
In this regard, a special role for the integration links between cultural heritage and tourism acquire the historical territory: the part of the earth's surface regardless of its territorial scope or topographic homogeneity has overall cultural and historical coherence and identity, including binding traces of the past, remarkable in its historical, archaeological, artistic, scientific, social or technical interest. Van Halewijck, Leuven. Runyan Ecology and tourism. Byztrzanovski ed.
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Dieley, M. According to Littrellculture can be viewed as comprising what people think attitudes, beliefs, ideas and valuesContribution to the drafting of a charter for cultural tourism book people do normative behaviour patterns, or way of life and what people make artworks, artefacts, cultural products.
Google Scholar Miller, M. BITS Information12— For example, Bywater distinguished between visitors who were culturally interested, culturally motivated and culturally inspired. For example, the biography gives attractions the potential to link together a storyline that may contain a wide variety of different types of objects or attractions.
Google Scholar Urry, J. People undertake an increasing diversity of leisure activities in an increasingly short amount of leisure time. These essential questions are still very difficult to answer, which indicates that the market is still not very well understood.
Before moving onto the question of definition, however, it is important to consider why cultural tourism has grown in recent decades, because the way in which cultural tourism has developed has arguably coloured the question of definition.
The number of people entering higher education in Europe is about three times as high today as it Contribution to the drafting of a charter for cultural tourism book 30 years ago.
The Conference recommends State and regional governments to draw up urgently plans of action for sustainable development applied to tourism, in consonance with the principles set out in this Charter. It should be fully integrated into and contribute positively to local economic development.
The most practical approach, therefore, seems to be to choose the definition that is most suited to the task at hand. Environmental Sociology 37, 5— This approach fits better with postmodern approaches to consumption, but the problem is that every cultural need such as the need to learn can be expressed in thousands of individual wants and desires associated with a basic cultural need.
The active contribution of tourism to sustainable development necessarily presupposes the solidarity, mutual respect, and participation of all the actors, both public and private, implicated in the process, and must be based on efficient cooperation mechanisms at all levels: local, national, regional and international.
A similar approach is adopted in the Toerdata report on Noord Nederland, Consumentenonderzoek Toerisme None of these organizations did register generic statistical information on cultural tourism.
Each Government pledges itself to cooperate with the Governments signatory hereto and not to make a separate armistice or peace with the enemies. This makes it increasingly necessary for individuals to piece these discrete fragments of experience together into a coherent story which contributes to their identity.tourism in a region, including tourism contribution to the economic development of an area.
To measure the economic impact of tourism various methods are used, from the simple estimation of its contribution to complex mathematical models. One important tool to estimate the economic effect of tourism in an economy is the Input-Output Analysis. 2. Abstract.
The present paper aims at presenting and analysing the problems and implications arising from the use and management of environmental and cultural resources in tourist areas — two groups of resources which directly affect the particular demand and supply characteristics in Cited by: 1.
Cultural tourism is a sub-category of tourism: it refers to the forms of art (culture) in the urban and rural area of a region or country, and it is defined as a movement of people to cultural attractions far from their normal place of residence aiming at assimilating information and cultural experiences.
According to some authors, cultural tourism identifies with urban tourism; we need to say Cited by: 2.Pdf TOURISM pdf Aims and objectives In this lesson students will: • discuss what ‘culture’ means to them • read about cultural tourism • study the use of linking words.
Speaking. WHAT IS CULTURAL TOURISM? FACT FILE. heritage: the traditional beliefs, values, customs, etc. of a family, country, or society. Exercise 1, page The main aim of this paper is to analyze cultural tourism in Italy and its relationship with the territory (that is considered the principal driver of the analysis) and to provide a tool to policy Author: Greg Richards.CULTURAL TOURISM PRODUCTS: A CASE STUDY IN Ebook XI’AN CITY 5.
Part Two Literature Review Introduction. In order to develop an understanding of what cultural tourism products are, we will begin by exploring its basic definition. Cultural tourism is another form of tourism by involving cultural elements.