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Tanzania contains some of the world's greatest natural wonders. Following major reforms in its foreign tourism policies in the mid-1980s, tourism has increased to become the nation's second leading foreign exchange earner. Tanzania is a less developed nation than its East African neighbours, and...
Maori tourism accounts for little more than 1 per cent of tourism turnover in Aotearoa/New Zealand. As the new millennium approaches, the important role that Aotearoa's unique Maori culture plays in attracting international visitors needs to be recognised. Accommodation operations now make up 30...
This paper addresses two interrelated issues in tourism development: horizontal integration within tourism's component sectors and attempts at vertical integration between them. The paper employs a conceptual framework adapted from regulation theory, to assess the dynamics of these processes,...
The canons of good praxis in the social sciences are changing. Along with the linguistic and hermeneutic (interpretive) challenges to ontology and epistemology exerted by continental philosophers and social theorists in the 20th century, have come dynamic changes in travel and tourism. We start...
The performance of a company may be legitimately measured by the consumer voice. Satisfaction is one measure of that voice. This paper reviews the theoretical antecedents of satisfaction derived from research into consumer behaviour and then checks the theory against the reality of a business...
The purpose of this paper is to investigate the strategic alliances forming along the Niagara Wine Route. Key informant interviews conducted at 25 local wineries document the importance of working collaboratively to successfully develop a region as a wine tourism destination. Formal and informal...
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