Douglas G Pearce, Victoria University of Wellington, Nueva ZelandaNoviembre 2020 | 248pp Destination research today has become increasingly fragmented as studies become more specialized. This book provides a systematic examination and combines the spatial and organizational structure of destinations from the national to the local scale to produce a comprehensive understanding of destinations and a complete integrative framework of destinations.Destinations
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About the Program While almost every industry has experienced a slump this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, few have struggled with the economic impacts related to COVID-19 like the hospitality and tourism industry. Countless hotel bookings, spa experiences, theme park trips, performing arts evenings, and dinners out have been canceled as a result of the pandemic – all taking
On August 26th, the 3rd International Meeting on Science Tourism was held with great success. This event was organized by the National Tourism Service (Sernatur), Aysén Region and the Center for Research on Patagonian Ecosystems (CIEP), and its objective was to address the issue of science tourism as a valuable tool to enhance and value tourism in our country. On
In 2020, the streets were emptied by a virus; in 2019, the same streets were occupied and people were demonstrating. The yellow (the yellow jaquets) was about to leave behind the red (of the communists)… Because after the rather bitter reminder of the May ’68 period, which was in the limelight in France in 2018, it was already difficult to
Note by Fabien Bourlon, Geographer of the CIEP. Several studies have shown that COVID 19, like SARS in 2006, was transmitted to humans through a wild animal. Covid-19, or the new coronavirus, has never before been identified in humans. Professor Gozlan of the Institut de Recherche et Développement in Montpellier, France, states: “The lower the biological diversity of animals, the
The area of the General Carrera Lake – Lake Buenos Aires has a great patrimonial heritage. Giving it value has been one of the key aims of the tourism stakeholders of the area called “Chelenko Territory”. However, the name “Chelenko” that is given to area in 2008 is a regional creation. Several studies question whether it is or not an
The following is a report of the activities carried out within the framework of the Tourism Research and Development Network in the month of April 2019 in Chile. Activities co-organized by the Center for Research in Patagonian Ecosystems and the Universidad Austral de Chile and co-financed by the Universidad Austral de Chile, Universidad de Magallanes, Consulate of France in Chile, Ministère de Relations Internationales à la Francophonie de Québec, Canada.
Discussions raised: – Definition of Science Tourism: an activity at the interface between the creation of knowledge and its dissemination through a formal mediation process? – What is mediation for Science Tourism? What is mediation, how and why, and how to support the research process? – The selection of scientific topics: for what and for whom? What are the prioritization