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Brazil is an exceedingly large country with all the tourist attractions; beaches, climate, culture, sophistication, ethnic interest etc. The Brazilian government is attempting to promote and invest in tourism but the response is not commensurate with the efforts being made. The cost of travel and...

Citation
International Tourism Quarterly, 1978, 2, pp 16-37
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Publisher
Rio de Janeiro., Brazil
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Plano de ordenamento turistico/Rio., 1978, pp 203pp.
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Tourists do not always directly descend upon the host culture but, in some cases, may find it more expedient to only contact a people or an area indirectly. Data for the Mamainde Indians, studied in 1968-71, illustrate that tourists could show they "visited the Indians" without ever bothering them...

Author(s)
Aspelin, P. L.
Citation
Studies in Third World Societies, 1978, 6, pp 1-17
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The Federal body charged with organizing Brazil's tourism programme, Embratur (Empresa Brasileira de Turismo) is now implementing an ambitious plan to increase the inflow of tourists to Brazil, to promote Brazil's image abroad as a hospitable nation, and to stimulate internal tourism as an option...

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Brazil, Fundacao Visconde de Cabo Frio, Ministerio das Relacoes Exteriores, 1979, 1, 9, pp 32-34
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As an integral part of regional planning in a developing nation, promotion of inland tourism must be orientated towards the need to keep native tourists in their own country and, at the same time, by means of reasonably priced facilities to put holidays within the reach of new strata of the native...

Author(s)
Belfort, M.; Lang, H. R.; Teuscher, H.
Citation
Applied Geography and Development, 1980, 16, pp 92-104
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Discussions on the doubtful effects of international tourism on developing countries tend to lose sight of the fact that some developing countries such as Argentine, Brazil, Korea, Malaysia or Taiwan have made sufficient progress to need to develop their own internal holiday and recreation...

Author(s)
Ferreira, J. L.; Lang, H. R.; Machado, C.
Citation
Zeitschrift fur Wirtschaftsgeographie, 1981, 25, 1, pp 20-21
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The study of the environment, developed by the Commerce Social Service (SESC) of Sao Paulo, Brazil, is a non-formal education programme for school children which uses recreation for perception and understanding of the environment. The activites take place in the SESC Rural Center located on the...

Publisher
World Leisure and Recreation Association., New York, N.Y., USA
Citation
Non-formal education through recreation. Proceedings of the first Latin American Regional Symposium, Venezuela, December 1979,, 1981, pp 63-65
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The impact of tourism on the indigenous and poorer population of Brazil is examined. Tourism and change in a Brazilian fishing village (A.C.G.M. Robben, pp.18-19) describes the profound cultural changes triggered by regional tourism in Coqueiral, Northeast Brazil. In many respects, tourism has been ...

Author(s)
Robben, A. C. G. M.; Phillips, M.; Aspelin, P.
Citation
Cultural Survival Quarterly, 1982, 6, 3, pp 18-19; p.19; 20-21
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The socio-cultural consequences of long-distance tourism is in most developing countries critically judged. The development of domestic tourism is suggested as an alternative. The economic and social advantages of promoted domestic tourism in developing countries and the required preconditions are...

Author(s)
Teuscher, H.; Lang, H. R.
Citation
Tourist Review, 1982, 37, 2, pp 2-5
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The first section of the book is a scientific analysis of the field of tourism describing both the institutions involved in the field and the direction of the research presently being conducted. It also portrays the attitudes, motives and social conditions of tourism in industrial countries,...

Author(s)
Wirtz, S.
Citation
Phanomen: Tourismus: Uberlegungen zur Problematik von transkontinentalem Tourismus dargestellt anhand des UNESCO Projekts Jesuitenstrasse in Lateinamerika., 1982, pp 495pp.

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