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Cross-border Shopping Tourism: A Switzerland-Germany Case Study

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Motivations and attitudes toward domestic tourism in Saudi Arabia

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Motivations for Tourism Shopping in Department Stores: An Exploratory Research about Tourists’ Profiles Visiting El Corte Inglés Gaia

References [1] Brochado, A., Oliveira, C., Rita, P. & Oliveira, F. (2018). Shopping Centres Beyond Purchasing of Luxury Goods: A Tourism Perspective. Annals of Leisure Research, 22(4), 484–505 [2] Cai, L. A., & Combrink, T. E. (2007). Japanese Female Travelers Ȉ a Unique Outbound Market. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 5(1), 16–24 [3] Casais, B. & Sousa, B. (2019). ‘Portugal, the Best Destination’: The Case Study of a CSR Communication That Changed Mentalities and Increased Business Performance. World Review of Entrepreneurship

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Sports Tourism

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Social Tourism Support in the Czech Republic

References Abacotaxes web portal. Subsidised holidays in Spain. Retrieved from http://www.abacotaxes. com/subsidised-holidays-spain-imserso (13/7/2013). Beskydy cz. Retrieved from <> (20/10/2013). Doublet, M. (2010). Calypso study on Social Tourism, France. National Contact Point. The European Commission web portal. Social Tourism European Exchanges Platform (STEEP) Retrieved from <

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Towards a Theory of Stakeholders’ Perception of Tourism Impacts

References Aas, Ch., Ladkin, A., & Fletcher, J. (2005). Stakeholder Collaboration and Heritage Management. Annals of Tourism Research , 32(1), 28–48. DOI: 10.1016/j.annals.2004.04.005. Alavi, J., & Yasin, M. M. (2000). A Systematic Approach to Tourism Policy. Journal of Business Research , 48(2), 147–157. DOI: 10.1016/S0148–2963(98)00096–4. Andereck, K. L., Valentine, K. M., Knopf, R. C., & Vogt, Ch. A. (2005). Residents‘ Perceptions of Community Tourism Impacts. Annals of Tourism Research , 32(4), 1056–1076. DOI: 10.1016/j.annals.2005

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Spa, Spa Tourism and Wellness Tourism in the Czech Republic

References Attl, P. (2006a). Fenomén jménem wellness (Phenomenon Wellness). Vademecum zdraví , 2(Summer), 64–66. Retrieved from . Attl, P. (2006b). Nové lázně v Česku (New Spa in the Czech Republic). Vademecum zdraví , 2(Autumn), 70–72. Retrieved from . Bailey, T. C., & Gatrell, A. C. (1995). Interactive Spatial Data Analyis. In C. M. Hall (2012), Spatial Analysis: A critical tool for tourism geographies. In J. Wilson (Ed.), The Routledge

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The Role of Lodz Festivals in Promoting Adventure Tourism

References Cudny, W. (2006). The Four Cultures Dialog Festival as an example of a strategic tourism product for the city of Lodz. Turystyka i Hotelarstwo 10, 117-128. [in Polish] Cudny, W. (2011). Film Festivals in Łódź as a main component of urban cultural tourism. Bulletin of Geography, Socioeconomic Series. 15, 131-141. DOI: 10.2478/v10089-011-0009-6. Kowalczyk, A. (2001). The Geography of Tourism (1 st edition). Warsaw: PWN. [in Polish] Kaczmarek

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Network Analysis of Cooperation in Tourism Destinations

References Baggio, R. (2008). Network Analysis of a Tourism Destination (Doctoral dissertation). Queensland: University of Queensland. Retrieved from Baggio, R., Scott, N., & Cooper, C. (2010). Network Science. A Review focused on Tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 37(3), 802 - 827. Beritelli, P. (2011). Tourist Destination governance through local elites - Looking beyond the stakeholder level (Cumulative Postdoctoral Thesis). St. Gallen: University of St

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Tourism and Local Governments in Hungary: The Position of Tourism in Local Council Committees of Local Governments
Tourism and local governments in Hungary

References 1. Michalkó, G. (1999). The theory and practice of urban tourism (1 st edition). Budapest, Hungary: MTA Fôldrajztudományi Kutatóintézet. [in Hungarian] 2. Michalkó, G. (2007). The foundations of tourism theory (1 st edition). Székesfehérvár, Hungary: Kodolányi János Fóiskola. [in Hungarian] 3. Maitland, R. (2006). How can we manage the tourist-historic city? Tourism strategy in Cambridge, UK, 1978-2003. Tourism Managemen 127(6), 1262-127 3. 4. Russo, A. (2002). The „vicious

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