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Tourism Function as an Element of Regional Competitiveness

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Drug Tourism: General Overview, Case Studies and New Perspectives in the Contemporary World

References [1] Araujo, T. (2014). Almanaque das drogas (2nd ed.). LeYa: Sao Paulo, 324 [2] Belhassen, Y., Santos, C.A., & Uriely, N. (2007). Cannabis usage in tourism: A sociological perspective. Leisure Studies, 26(3), 303-319 [3] Bieleman, B., Nijkamp, R., & Bak, T. (2012). Coffeeshops in Nederland 2011. Available at: (Accessed July 14, 2014) [4] EMCDDA - European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction, 2008 (2008). Annual report: The state of the drugs problem in Europe. Available at

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Education Related to Tourism Received by Polish Tourism and Recreation Students in Childhood and Adolescence and its Impact on their Tourism Activity

Literature 1. Krzymowska-Kostrowicka A. (1997). Geo-ecology of tourism and recreation. Warsaw: PWN. [in Polish] 2. Pritchard A., Morgan N., Ateljevic I. (2011). Hopeful tourism. A New Transformative Perspective. Annals of Tourism Research 38(3), 941-963. 3. Kawula S., Brągiel J., Janke A., (1997). Issues in family pedagogy. Toruń: Wydawnictwo Adam Marszałek. [in Polish] 4. Kowalczyk-Anioł J., Włodarczyk B. (2011). Family tourism – definition and scope. In J. Śledzińska, B. Włodarczyk (eds), Family tourism and prosocial behaviour

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Anthropology of Tourism: Researching Interactions between Hosts and Guests

References Andrews, H. (2000). Consuming Hospitality on Holiday. In C. Lashley & A. Morrison (Eds.), In Search of Hospitality: Theoretical Perspectives and Debates (pp. 235–254). Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann. Aramberri, J. (2001). The Host Should Get Lost: Paradigms in the Tourism Theory. Annals of Tourism Research , 28(3), 738–761. DOI: 10.1016/S0160–7383(00)00075-X. Boissevain, J. (1996). Introduction. In J. Boissevain (Ed.), Coping with Tourists : European Reactions to Mass Tourism (pp. 1–26). Oxford: Berghahn Books. Brotherton

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Outbound Tourism Demand of Turkey: A Markov Switching Vector Autoregressive Approach

References Aslan A., Kaplan M., & Kula F. (2008). International Tourism Demand for Turkey: A Dynamic Panel Data Approach. MPRA – Munich Personal RePEc Archive, Paper No. 10601. . Binder, M., & Gross, M. (2013). Regime-Switching Global Vector Autoregressive Models. Working Paper Series , No 1569, August. Frankfurt, Germany: European Central Bank. . Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey. (2015). Electronic data delivery system . Retrieved 1 February

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Children’s Camps as a Tourism Product – A Case Study

References Alexandris, K., & Kouthouris, C. (2005). Personal incentives for participation in summer children’s camps: Investigating their relationships with satisfaction and loyalty. Managing Leisure , 10(1), 39-53. Backer, E., Yeoman, I., & Schanzel, H. (2012). Family tourism: multidiciplinary perspectives . Bristol: Channel View Publishing. Benckendorff, P., Moscardo, G., & Pendergast, D. (2010). Tourism and Generation Y . Wallingford: CABI Carr, N. (2011). Children´s and Families´ Holiday experieces . London/New York: Routledge

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Does tourism contribute significantly to the Greek economy? A multiplier analysis

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Sport and Tourism Between Modernity and Postmodernity

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The State of Development of Equestrian Tourism in the Lublin Region in the Context of Environmental Conditions
Equestrian tourism in the Lublin Region

References 1. Grzybowski, M. (2005). Chances and perspectives of devel- opment of equestrian tourism in Poland. Rocznik Naukowy Wyższej Szkoły TUrystyki i Rekreacji w Warszawie 3, 61-63. (in Polish) 2. Adamowicz, M. & świtek I. (2009). Equestrian Tourism in tlie świętokrzyskie Mountains region. In K. Chmiel (Ed.), The horse in tourism and recreation (pp. 113-148). BialaPad- laska: PSW. (in Polish) 3. Jasiński, N., Prus K. & Pięta W. (2006). Equestrian tourism on the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. In D

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Differentiation of the Demand for the Hunting Tourism in the Czech Republic

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