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The growth of adventure tourism in New Zealand has contributed to its image as an activity destination, reflected in the growth of the adventure tourism sector since 1992. There has also been a growing concern over the safety and management of these activities within the New Zealand government...
With the 1990 passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the earlier Air Carrier Access Act, US marketers began to pay some attention to one of the most important but overlooked of all market segments. This article discusses the importance to the travel and tourism industry of the...
Tourism is undergoing significant change and facing new challenges—that call for new perspectives. At least two dimensions of the change can be identified: • new forms of tourism, characterized by the tendency to depart from mass tourism; • the diffusion of information and communication...
The Djabugay people live near Cairns, a tourist destination in North Queensland, Australia, on land to which they “belong” and which traditionally “belongs” to them. Their community is an equity partner in the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park that features Djabugay culture. Some...
The purpose of this study was to compare existing crowding models and extend the concept of perceived crowding to the frontcountry environment. Models based on three theories, expectancy theory, stimulus-overload theory and social interference theory, were tested using path analysis. Specific...
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