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Travelling to and staying in Tehran, the capital of Iran, is fraught with difficulties and risks which are both the result of the Gulf War and associated with the prolonged procedures involved with travel to and from the country. Social rules and regulations introduced into Iran after the 1978/79...

Citation
Geschäftsreise, 1988, 21, 8, pp p.13
Abstract

Antiques collecting as a form of ethnic art is a tangential tourist activity, usually confined to knowledgeable and well-to-do travellers and to geographically restricted areas with ancient traditions, such as Iran. Increased tourism heightens demand for a limited, dwindling product and may lead to ...

Author(s)
Loeb, L. D.
Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Citation
Hosts and guests. The anthropology of tourism., 1989, Ed. 2, pp 237-245
Abstract

Papers, speeches and declarations are presented from the 34th Meeting of the WTO Commission for South Asia, and the 13th Joint Meeting of the WTO Commission for South Asia and the WTO Commission for East Asia and the Pacific. They focus on the need to develop a sustainable tourism policy. Part I...

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Tourism 2000: building a sustainable future for Asia-Pacific: final report. Conference Bandos Island Resort, Maldives 16-17 February 1997., 1997, pp vii + 198 pp.
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The Constant Market Share model is used to analyze two sets of actual data related to tourist arrivals (1988-91 and 1991-95) to Iran. The growth in tourist arrivals to Iran is calculated from 6 different regions (Africa, Americas, Eastern Asia, Europe, Southern Asia and Western Asia) and compared...

Author(s)
Alavi, J.; Yasin, M. M.
Publisher
Haworth Hospitality Press, Binghamton, USA
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2000, 9, 3, pp 1-20
Abstract

This book explores the issue of tourist visa facilitation and travel formalities in 17 Silk Road countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, China, Egypt, Georgia, Iran, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Russia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan). It has 2 main parts....

Publisher
World Tourism Organization (WTO), Madrid, Spain
Citation
Study on visa facilitation in the Silk Road countries, 2001, pp 129 pp.
Abstract

This paper explores the role of risk in tourist experiences by focusing upon an escorted tour to the Islamic Republic of Iran. The study is an attempt to understand the nature of tourist risk and how it is understood, perceived and managed through the various tour stages (pre-tour to post-tour) by...

Author(s)
Johnson, P.
Publisher
ANZALS (School of Leisure, Sport Tourism), Lindfield, Australia
Citation
Annals of Leisure Research, 2001, 4, pp 38-57
Abstract

The study of geographical extent of precipitation pattern is important because of its impact on agriculture, water resources, tourism, industry, dams, and irrigation. The principal component analysis (PCA), as an elegant mathematical tool, was applied for the regionalization of winter precipitation ...

Author(s)
Nazemosadat, S. M. J.; Baigi, B.; Amin, S.
Publisher
Colleges of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran
Citation
Journal of Science and Technology of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 2003, 7, 1, pp 61-72
Abstract

This article explores the role of science and technology in the development process of leisure and tourism as it affects the quality of life in Iran. The changing socio-economic circumstances that enhance leisure and tourism are also examined. Leisure activities are highly related to income, and...

Author(s)
Sheykhi, M. T.
Publisher
World Leisure and Recreation Association, Okanagan Falls, Canada
Citation
World Leisure Journal, 2004, 46, 4, pp 59-67
Abstract

The Arabian Gulf coastline covers eight political entities. Relatively small in geographical dimension, this semi-enclosed basin reduces exclusive economic zones (EEZs) into constrictive juxtaposed boundary areas. These zones are substantially smaller than the familiar "200 mile limit" EEZs...

Author(s)
Hoolihan, J.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Management of shared fish stocks. International approaches to management of shared stocks - problems and future directions, symposium held at the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS), Lowestoft, UK, July 2002, 2004, pp 339-349
Abstract

The article reviews the effects of socio-political instability on tourism throughout the world, and assesses the links between tourism, politics and democracy. It studies in detail the case of a few countries: Tunisia, Algeria, Corsica, Spanish Basque country, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Iran, Saudi...

Author(s)
Lanquar, R.
Publisher
Téros, Université de Québec à Mondréal, Montréal, Canada
Citation
Téoros, Revue de Recherche en Tourisme, 2004, 23, 1, pp 58-63

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