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Since 1973, the European Leisure and Recreation Association Advisory Group 5 'Training of workers in leisure facilities' has been in operation. This volume is intended to provide a general view of the present situation in Europe. A general review 'Training and further education of workers in...

Publisher
Verlags GmbH., Dusseldorf, German Federal Republic
Citation
Freizeitpaedagogik und Animation in Europa. Aus- und Weiterbildung von Mitarbeitern in Freizeiteinrichtungen (Freizeitpadagogen/Animatoren) als neue europaische Aufgabe., 1977, pp 212pp.
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The purpose of the Convention Concerning the Protection of the World Cultural and National Heritage was to 'set up a system whereby the international community can participate actively in protecting those parts of the cultural heritage and the national heritage which are of outstanding universal...

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Parks, 1978, 3, 3, pp 12-14
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The value of the tourism sector as a regional economic development tool is reviewed on the experience of Canada and the German Federal Republic. Findings from German studies suggest that a regional incentive programme may assist the outmigration of higher salary industries to more economical...

Author(s)
Romsa, G.; Johnson, R.
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Recreation Research Review, 1982, 9, 2, pp 15-21
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The special issue opens with a brief review of the World Assembly on Aging held in Vienna, Austria, 26 July to 6 August, 1982 and includes the recommendations of the Assembly which focus on leisure. Summaries follow of papers presented at the World Leisure and Recreation Symposium, November 17,...

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WLRA Journal, 1982, 24, 6, pp 6-25
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B. Duron (pp.53-57) describes the methods used to finance research by the Metropolitan Toronto Convention and Visitor Association, Canada. Some of the highlights of that research are mentioned and a description provided on how it is used to direct marketing strategies. A detailed paper by D.A....

Author(s)
Duron, B.; Syrnyk, D. A.; Taylor, G. D.
Publisher
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Graduate School of Business, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Citation
Travel research: the catalyst for worldwide tourism marketing. Travel and Tourism Research Association Fifteenth Annual Conference, Wyndham Franklin Plaza, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, June 24-27, 1984., 1984, pp 53-75
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This report provides a comparative perspective on financial support for the arts in six western European countries, the USA, and Canada. It was designed so that American support for the arts could be compared with government support for the arts in other countries, whose philosophies and government ...

Author(s)
Schuster, J. M. D.
Citation
Resources in Education, 1985, 20, 10, pp p.139
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The extent to which fluctuations in exchange rates and differences between rates of inflation in different destinations have affected geographical patterns of holiday travel is identified. Statistically, the report isolates price factors from non-price factors, notably political developments,...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Publisher
Economist Intelligence Unit, London, UK
Citation
Choosing holiday destinations: the impact of exchange rates and inflation., 1987, pp 173pp.
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Travel from the 5 most important tourist originating countries in Europe (France, GFR, Netherlands, Switzerland and the UK) plus travel to Europe from Canada and the USA is projected. Forecasts cover summer and winter seasons, show trips to and nights spent in each destination (and in total) by...

Author(s)
Edwards, A.
Citation
Special Report, Economist Intelligence Unit, UK, 1989, No. 2000, pp 141pp.
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The study focuses on Japan, UK, Germany and France in the attempt to identify and describe travel segments that are prime targets for travel to Canada and the USA. Other objectives include providing broad based marketing information on the long haul pleasure travel market; describing elements of...

Citation
Pleasure travel markets to North America: United Kingdom, France, West Germany and Japan: highlights report., 1989, pp 52pp.
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In 1988 a questionnaire survey was conducted among all German hunters who hunted in Canada in the period 1985-87. The objective was to determine the demographic and psychological characteristics of hunting tourists and the number and species of harvested game as well as to assess the costs. German...

Author(s)
Schulz, W.
Citation
Zeitschrift für Jagdwissenschaft, 1990, 36, 1, pp 43-56

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