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Abstract

Factors influencing holiday romances for female tourists, especially when travelling in Developing Countries, are described. Power relationships and freedom of choice are also discussed.

Author(s)
Schausberger, B.
Publisher
Respect - Institut fur Integrativen Tourismus und Entwicklung, Wien, Austria
Citation
Integra, 2005, No.3, pp 21-23
Abstract

The reasons for girls and young women to enter the sex industry, especially in Developing Countries, are described. Working conditions and sexual development of girls are discussed in order to outline the psychological and physical effects of sexual exploitation.

Author(s)
Pulfer, I.
Publisher
Respect - Institut fur Integrativen Tourismus und Entwicklung, Wien, Austria
Citation
Integra, 2005, No.3, pp 24-29
Abstract

Over the past decade, there has been a growing recognition of the involvement of the home in several public health and hygiene issues. Perhaps the best understood of these issues is the role of the home in the transmission and acquisition of foodborne disease. The incidence of foodborne disease is...

Author(s)
Scott, E.
Publisher
Pulsus Group Inc., Oakville, Canada
Citation
Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 2003, 14, 5, pp 277-280
Abstract

An examination is presented of the links between poverty, structural adjustment policies (which may increase poverty for those who already have the least income), the development of tourism, and the exploitation of tourism by people who wish to engage in sexual acts with minors. The paper discusses ...

Author(s)
Beddoe, C.
Citation
Development Bulletin, 1998, 44, January, pp 51-53