Tours-Operators/Agences de Voyage et Distribution Bibliographique

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Tours-Operators/Agences de Voyage et Distribution Bibliographique
time, since it
covers a
wide range of updated references
on
retirement travel.
Tourisme de Congres et Tourisme d’Affaires. R.
Baretje. Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, Universite
de Droit, d’Economie et des Sciences, 18, rue de l’Opera,
13100. Aix-en-Provence. France. February 1980. 50p.
This second edition lists the new sources on conference
and business travel, an important staple of the travel market.
Entries are listed on planning and marketing for these two
sectors. Entries on motivation and incentives for conference
and business travel are also included. Entries are listed by
countries and include listings from American, French, German, and Canadian sources.
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Tours-Operators/Agences de Voyage et Distribution
des Voyages Organises: Essai Bibliographique. R.
Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, Universite
de Droit, d’Economie et des Sciences, 18, rue de l’Opera,
13100. Aix-en-Provence. France. November 1981. 44p.
This booklet lists sources on travel agents, travel agencies, and organized tours. Sources are mainly European, with
French, German, Spanish, British, and Swiss entries;
however, there are other entries, such as Polish, Mexican
and American ones. Content ranges from Asia to the United
States, with entries grouped by geography.
Baretje.
Tourisme, Emploi, Formation Professionnelle:
Bibliographie Internationale.
R.
Baretje
and
N.
Almonte. Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, Universite de Droit, d’Economie et des Sciences, 18, rue de l’Opera,
13100, Aix-en-Provence, France. November 1981. 52p.
This third edition lists sources on training for a tourism
career: courses, curricula, and job outlook for the graduate.
Sources on training and promotion of the tourism employee
are also listed. Another area considered is the impact of
tourism on an area, both economic and social. There is a
wide range of sources, with entries grouped geographically.
References in this edition are entirely new.
Tourisme et
Hydrome: Tourisme Balneaire: Essai
Bibliographique. R. Baretje. Centre des Hautes Etudes
Touristiques, Universite de Droit, d’Economie et des
Sciences, 18, rue de l’Opera, 13100, Aix-en-Provence,
France. November 1981. 60p.
This bibliography lists references on coasts and beaches
around the world, including entries on beach environment
conservation, aesthetics of a coastline, and the potential of
beach tourism. It contains entries about shore erosion, coastal
management, and the relationship between tourism and the
environment. Entries are also included on public access to
ocean beaches, boating surveys, manmade artificial reefs,
and underwater state parks.
Environmental
ment. John J.
Implications of Tourism DevelopPigram. Annals of Tourism Research, vol.
7, no. 4, 1980, pp. 554-583. Department of Habitational
Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie,
Wisconsin 54751. $7.50.
This report describes the interdependence between the
environment and tourism, since the viability of tourism,
rather than conflicting with the environment, actually
demands it. Tourism can either lead to environmental
degradation and be self-destructive, or contribute to substantial enhancement of the environment. The best tourism set44
tings grew out of natural forces and social conditions and
are complementary and compatible with them. The proposed
Japanese tourist complex on the Queensland coast of Australia, is discussed in this paper as an example for demonstrating the mutual benefits which can be gained from such
a harmonious relationship.
Integrating Tourism with Rural Development. Willard
T. Chow. Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 7 no. 4, 1980,
pp. 584-607. Department of Habitational Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, Wisconsin 54751.
$7.50.
This article argues that, with proper planning, tourism
play a stronger role in stimulating rural development than
it has in most regions. However, to achieve this objective,
more careful integration of visitor marketing and rural development strategies will be required. Also, what is good for
a region as a whole may be good for its rural periphery.
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European Tourism:
Future
Prospects 1980-1990.
Leonard J. Lickorish. Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 7,
no. 4, 1980, pp. 613-615. Department of Habitational
Resources, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie,
Wisconsin 54751. $7.50.
This article details the study completed by the Institute
of Air Transport for the European Travel Commission in
1980. It found that Europe claims 73 % of all the world’s
tourism arrivals, and 67 % of their expenditure. Also, Europe
is significant as the region of origin of international travelers,
representing 70% of all world trips. The study pointed to
important economic and social benefits resulting from the
continued growth of tourism, the creation of 4-8 million new
jobs in Western Europe, and a stabilizing effect in both
European Economic Community (EEC) and Western
Europe’s individual member countries’ balance of payments
with redistribution of spending power from richer to poorer
regions.
Attitudes Toward Investment in Tourism. World
Tourism
Organization, Captain Haya 42, Madrid-20, Spain.
No date. 22p.
This report attempts to define the extent to which state
and private institutions and enterprises continue to interest
themselves in tourism investments, and to determine present
investment policy trends. Topics covered include sources of
finance, lending activity, loan conditions and procedures,
place of tourism in development plans, state incentives for
private investment in tourism, and attitude of private investors
toward the hotel sector. Conclusions and recommendations
are
given.
Recreation and Resource Management Bulletin. Vol.
1, no. 3, Fall 1981. Department of Parks and Recreation,
Rock State College, Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
16057.
Articles in this issue include &dquo;Motorcycling on Public
Lands,&dquo; &dquo;A Full Spectrum of Visitor Services: A Special
Populations Training Manual,&dquo; and &dquo;Legislation, Impact,
Response: Access in Parks.&dquo;
Slippery
Tourism
Images.
World Tourism
Organization, Captain
Haya 42, Madrid-20, Spain. No date. 26p plus appendices.
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study is intended for tourism authorities and tourism
industries, particularly in developing countries. It provides
subjects for study aimed at correcting the present tourist
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