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The growth in the Italian tourist trade has up to the present been restricted mainly to the coastal districts and some favoured health resorts in the alpine area; there has been no widely extended 'popular tourism' in the rural areas making use of peasant farmer landlords, with the exception of the ...

Publisher
Franco Angeli., Milan, Italy
Citation
Per una sociologia del turismo., 1979, pp 153pp.
Abstract

Contains 24 papers (15 in English) presented at the symposium, and 5 abstracts. The papers are: The interest to the Slovenian economy of the intensity of the tourist flow over the open Yugoslavian borders. A tourist traffic perspective. (in German) R. Babic; Influence of tourism on changes in the...

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Frankfurter Wirtschafts- und Sozial Geographische Schriften, Wirtschaftsgeographie der Johann Wolfgang Goethe- Universitat, 1979, No. 31, pp 353pp.
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Aspects of leisure trends in Denmark are reviewed under the following headings: Leisure time and employment; The use of free time outside the home including holidays, day trips, clubs, adult education and sport; Radio and television; Reading and library use; Cultural interests covering visits to...

Author(s)
Kuhl, P. H.
Citation
Meddelelse, Socialforskningsinstituttet, 1980, No. 27, pp 70pp.
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Three basic objectives which should guide the development are proposed: to create recreation facilities for everyone; to safeguard land resources for the future for recreation; and to contribute towards favourable development of tourism as a commercial field and thereby achieve regional political...

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Publication, Recreation Drafting Committee, Statens naturvacircle overrdsverk, 1980, No. 6, pp 17pp.; 25pp.
Abstract

In December 1980, Sweden had 2057 establishments offering accommodation, corresponding to about 66 000 rooms and about 147 288 beds. Of the hotels (41% of total beds), motels (11%) and pensions (23%) mentioned here, 55% had under 50 beds and accounted for 20% of the hotel industry's total bed...

Author(s)
Olsson, G.
Citation
Statistiska Meddelanden, Statistiska Centralbyran, Sweden, 1980, No.H 1980:4.4, pp 25pp.
Abstract

The object of the study-tour was to evaluate the development and impact of the tourist industry in Denmark, both in terms of its relationship to Government, to the tourist trade, and to the environment. Marketing and publicity were considered in relationship to the provision of facilities. An...

Author(s)
Travis, A. S.; Hamblin, J.
Citation
Research Memorandum, Centre for Regional Urban and Local Government Studies, University of Birmingham, 1981, No. 89, pp 126pp.
Abstract

The seven volumes cover the following countries D-1, Volume 1, France, 43pp., 40.00 F; D-2, Volume 2 and 3, Germany and Austria, 41pp., 40.00 F; D-3, Volume 4, The Low countries, 38pp., 40.00 F; D-4, Volume 5, Switzerland, 36pp., 40.00 F; D-8, Volume 6, Italy, 38pp., 40.00 F; D-9, Volume 7, Norway, ...

Author(s)
Baretje, R.
Citation
Cahiers du Tourisme, Centre des Hautes Etudes Touristiques, 1981, No. D-1,2,3,4,7/8,
Abstract

This is a listing of over 200 official Swedish publications on tourism and recreation arranged according to the responsible publishing authority. One section, however, is arranged into the headings: mountains, coast, forest. There is a brief international section on bibliographies, magazines,...

Citation
Information fran Rekreationsberedningen, Sweden, 1981, No.7, pp 27pp.
Abstract

The private holiday cabin has received much attention in Norway over the past two decades as a political and practical planning challenge. The article compares the situation in the 1960's and 1970's.

Author(s)
Svalastog, S.
Citation
Plan og Arbeid, 1981, 4, pp 254-262
Abstract

New technology has wide implications for the marketing of travel and tourism. If communication media and retail selling mechanisms change, new methods of marketing will emerge. Four papers are presented on how new technology can be used effectively. The first paper presents the results of an...

Publisher
British Tourist Authority., London, UK
Citation
Technology in the world of travel. A report of the seminar held at the 1981 World Travel Market, London., 1982, pp 23pp.

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