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The purpose of the research was to test the hypothesis that international tourism promotes international understanding, based on a study of the interaction between hotel employees in Barbados and their guests from the USA. Specifically, it focuses on the question of whether Barbadian tourist...

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Mings, R. C.
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Journal of Travel Research, 1988, 27, 2, pp 33-38
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Because of both the proximity to Hong Kong and the ethnic and kinship affinity, tourists from the British colony have always formed the majority of China's tourist arrivals. The paper attempts to analyse the changes in tourism between Guangdong Province and Hong Kong before and after the Open...

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Chow, W. S.
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Annals of Tourism Research, 1988, 15, 2, pp 205-218
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The Scan-Thai Travellers' Club in Norway is one of the growing numbers of organizations in Northern Europe and Japan which organizes sex-tours to Thailand. At present, a legal battle is going on between this particular operator and the women of the Norwegian Anti-Porno movement. The women are...

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Women in Action (Rome), 1988, No. 2, pp 17-19
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The number of overseas tourists to New Zealand continues to increase although the 15.6% annual growth rate of the 1960s is no longer achievable, having fallen to 7.55% in the 1980s. Examining tourism in its economic context as New Zealand's second largest export in 1987, the article considers how...

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Page, S.
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Tourism Management, 1989, 10, 4, pp 337-341
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Higher incomes, more free time and a relaxed attitude to leisure are some of the reasons why the Japanese outbound travel market is highly lucrative and fast expanding. The government's new philosophy on 'internationalization', the desire to foster international understanding through travel and to...

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Walsh, B.
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British Travel Brief, 1989, No. 10, pp 8-9
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The paper reviews the interfaces between international and domestic tourism and explores a number of associated issues. Within the origin the interface is between domestic tourism and the outbound component of international tourism. Questions arise relating to the different propensities for...

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Pearce, D. G.
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Geojournal, 1989, 19, 3, pp 257-262
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The primary objective of the exploratory study was to investigate the relationship between communication competence and acculturation. The Communication Competence Scale (Wiemann (1975)) and the Behavioural Acculturation Scale (Szapocznic, Scopetta, Kurtines, and Aranalde (1978)) are employed. A...

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Thongprayoon, B.
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Dissertation Abstracts International. A, Humanities and Social Sciences, 1989, 50, 4, pp p.992
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The article identifies a cultural logic gap between the people of the USA and Japan in the context of tourism and travel marketing. In this area of activity the gap dictates a global marketing approach modified by localized elements embracing cultural values inherent in the target population. To...

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Ziff-Levine, W.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1990, 11, 2, pp 105-110
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1989 proved a successful year for tourism in Austria. Income was 10% higher than in 1988 at 143 000 million sch. German, Dutch and Italian tourists dominated visitor numbers. An account is given of Austrian travel agencies and hotels and the activity of the International Tourist Agency in Vienna....

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Czeglédi, J.
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Kereskedelmi Szemle, 1990, 31, 6, pp 49-53
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Established in 1948, the European Commission for Tourism (ECT) has 24 member countries which collaborate in promoting tourism to European destinations from overseas. Italy's contribution to this effort is noted. Different types of promotion are undertaken in different markets; these may be aimed at ...

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Hollier, R.
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QUADERNI DELL'ANIEST, 1990, No. 10, pp 75-80

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