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BTA/ETB Research Services, London, UK
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Denmark: visitor traffic to the UK, a market summary: international passenger survey 1993., 1993, pp 16pp.
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BTA/ETB Research Services, London, UK
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Norway: visitor traffic to the UK, a market summary: international passenger survey 1993., 1993, pp 16pp.
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BTA/ETB Research Services, London, UK
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Sweden: visitor traffic to the UK, a market summary: international passenger survey 1993., 1993, pp 16pp.
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One of the most significant and far-reaching contemporary changes in land use in many parts of the industrialized world is amenity-driven. In North America, Europe, and other areas too, values such as scenery, recreation and privacy are playing increasingly large roles in shaping rural land...

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Hecock, R. D.
Citation
Tourism Recreation Research, 1993, 18, 1, pp 45-50
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This paper discusses the role played by national and regional tourism offices in the provision and distribution of destination information. Issues in the structure and design of destination information systems using computer technology are discussed and contrasted with commercial computer...

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Sheldon, P. J.
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Annals of Tourism Research, 1993, 20, 4, pp 633-649
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Serologically confirmed cases of dengue fever among 24 Swedish tourists were studied retrospectively. Dengue fever was found to be the most commonly diagnosed imported arbovirus disease in Sweden during the period December 1989-November 1990. The geographical epidemiology showed that 17 of 23 who...

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Wittesjö, B.; Eitrem, R.; Niklasson, B.
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Scandinavian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 1993, 25, 6, pp 699-704
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The report, the product of a Nuffield Farm Scholarship, studies leisure facilities in rural areas of Europe with a view to assessing their adaptation to the British farming situation. Areas of particular interest include attractions which remain or enhance the aesthetic qualities of the rural...

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Williams, P.
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Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust, Uckfield, UK
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Farm based tourism and leisure: a step further., 1994, pp 25pp.
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The underlying assumption of this study is that differences in value systems will influence activity preferences of tourists visiting a destination. Personal values have long been considered an important variable for market segmentation. Single values may be grouped on the basis of their importance ...

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Madrigal, R.; Kahle, L. R.
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Journal of Travel Research, 1994, 32, 3, pp 22-28
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This paper examines sustainable rural tourism in Sweden and directs its attention to conceptual frameworks which link tourism demand and supply to sustainable tourism. It uses the concept of a 'meeting place' as a way of examining the encounters between tourist demand (in the sense of people's...

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Aronsson, L.
Citation
Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 1994, 2, 1/2, pp 77-92
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The nine papers in this section begin with an overview of key environmental concerns, placing the debate in the context of tourism industry growth and, in particular, the airlines sector. The second paper outlines some of the current issues and reservations on the tourism/environment debate. Three...

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Somerville, H. (et al.)
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Tourism: the state of the art., 1994, pp 635-719

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