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As the final day of the Second Test between England and India gets underway at Lord's cricket ground, it looks almost certain that England will lose,...
While investigating the implementation of community-based tourism in least-developed countries (LDCs), the critical role of stakeholders in sustainable tourism development became apparent. External stakeholders, in particular, develop theory models and define policy for translation into the field...
This paper outlines a brief analysis of the Bangladesh tourism policies as a case. A proper set of policies is required to develop any sector systematically. Tourism as an important part of economy of any country cannot be an exception. Bangladesh as a potential ground of both domestic and...
Amenity resources are significant to the development of the rural areas economy and tourism along with population migration and income distribution. For this reason, many government officials have adopted these amenities as main resources of regional planning and development strategies, and...
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The effect of ethical climate, work alienation and organizational identification on the turnover intentions of the employees is investigated in this study. Ethical climate, which is a concept that expresses how the business in the organization is done ethically, can lead to many psychological...
The purpose of this study is to investigate tourists' decision-making process of re-attending the ceremony in the context of religious tourism. In the research, for evaluating tourists' decision making process, the Model of Goal-Directed Behavior which is a socio-psychological approach was used....
Senior people, whose share in the world population and power of purchasing are gradually increasing, have become an important market segment for tourism sector. Nowadays, senior tourists are the people who more active than the generations before themselves; have higher quality of life and consumer...
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