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The Phenomenology of Tourism Space

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The Diversification of Tourism Space in Central Pomerania

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Although it is among the most frequently used notions in the study of tourism, the concept of tourism space is understood in a variety of ways. Similar to the term ‘geographical space’, it is often used intuitively, often in quite dissimilar contexts. This paper provides an analysis of the concept of ‘tourism space’ from the perspective of geography, based on a phenomenological approach.

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Selected Modern Methods and Tools for Public Participation in Urban Planning – A Review

the issue of representativeness. There is also an issue of not considering human body in space. This perspective on who participates and in what way, draws from the phenomenology of perception, urban sociology and sensuous geography supported by thematic cartography. Hence, there is a need to contextualize the embodiment of experience and meaning in the realities of urban space. Emplacement creates certain association and understanding. One can think of ethnographic methods (walks, observations, collecting oral histories, etc.), design thinking with prototyping, and

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Between acceptance and dislike: the intricacy of cross-cultural contacts while travelling

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‘Bikes are Such a Nuisance’ - Visually Impaired People Negotiating Public Space in Groningen

References ALLEN, C. (2004a), ‘Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology and the Body-in-Space Encounters of Visual Impaired Children’, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space , 22 (5), pp. 719-735. ALLEN, C. (2004b), ‘Bourdieu's Habitus, Social Class and the Spatial Worlds of Visually Impaired Children’, Urban Studies , 41 (3), pp. 487-506. ALLEN, P. (1994), ‘Getting Back to Biking’, Geographical , 66 (6), pp. 46-48. BLOEMKOLK, M. and HUIS in't VELD, L. (2001

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Urban Nature Between Modern and Postmodern Aesthetics: Reflections Based on the Social Constructivist Approach

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The Impact of the Perception of Leisure on Recreational and Tourism Spaces in an Urban Area

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Defining And Managing The Historic Urban Landscape: Reflections On The English Experience And Some Stories From Liverpool

REFERENCES ALLEN, C. (2008), Housing Market Renewal and Social Class , Abingdon: Routledge. ALLEN, C. and CROOKES, L. (2009), ‘Fables of the Reconstruction: A Phenomenology of “Place Shaping” in the North of England’, Town Planning Review , Vol. 80, No. 4/5, pp. 455–480. ASHWORTH, G. J. (1997), ‘Conservation as Preservation or as heritage: two paradigms and two answers’, Built Environment , Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 92–102. BOOTH, P. (2010), ‘Sheffield: a miserable disappointment no more?’, [in:] PUNTER, J. (ed.), Urban Design and the

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Viticultural landscapes in transition: permanence and change

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Discovering extinct water bodies in the landscape of Central Europe using toponymic GIS

, K. (2016): Projection of drought-inducing climate conditions in the Czech Republic according to Euro-CORDEX models. Climate Research, 70(2–3): 179–193. T. G. MASARYK WATER RESEARCH INSTITUTE (2017): Delineation of regions at risk of droughts [cit. 29.01.2018]. T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute. Available at: http://vuv.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=7ac53a5a1316423b9e09ab7afe2b4fba TILLEY, C. (1994): A phenomenology of landscape: places, paths, and monuments. Explorations in anthropology. Oxford/Providence, Berg. TIMÁR, G

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