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The different ways in which the UK population chooses to spend its leisure time are discussed. Home-based leisure tends to be dominated by watching television, although playing computer games and listening to music seem to be increasing in popularity, particularly amongst the young. Pub-going is...

Author(s)
Greer, S.
Citation
Leisure Management, 1997, 17, 11, pp 34-36
Abstract

A report is presented on the Montreal Biodôme in Quebec, Canada, a new and unique type of nature museum which opened its doors to the public in 1992. The report includes a review of its functions and objectives, activities, technical aspects of its operation, visitor profiles and trends, and...

Author(s)
Richez, G.
Citation
Cahiers Espaces, 1998, No. 58, pp 67-78
Abstract

The ways in which visitors respond to the media at the Discovery Point Visitor attraction in Dundee, UK, are the focus of this study. Respondents were interviewed on a next to pass basis and 418 interviews were completed. Attentional, affective, cognitive and compensatory processes are evaluated in ...

Author(s)
Prentice, R.; Guerin, S.; McGugan, S.
Citation
Tourism Management, 1998, 19, 1, pp 5-23
Abstract

A bagged clustering approach was used to identify behavioural market segments among 5365 summer tourists visiting Austria (1997). 12 variables were used for segmenting the tourists: cycling; swimming; going to a spa; hiking; going for walks; organized excursions; excursions; relaxing; shopping;...

Author(s)
Dolnicar, S.; Leisch, F.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Elmsford, USA
Citation
Tourism Analysis, 2000, 5, 2/4, pp 163-170