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The Contribution Of The Geography Of Disability To The Development Of ‘Accessible Tourism’

, Navigation for the visually impaired: Going beyond tactile cartography, Swansea Geographer , 31, pp. 53-59. J acobson D., 2013, Geography of disability, http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com ; 20.03.2015. J ózefowicz I., 2006, Bydgoszcz – przyjazne miasto? Dostępność przestrzenna wybranych funkcji dla potrzeb osób niepełnosprawnych, [in:] H. Ochonczenko, M.A. Paszkowicz (eds.), Potrzeby osób niepełnosprawnych w warunkach globalnych przemian społeczno-gospodarczych, vol. II, Oficyna Wydawnicza „Impuls”, Kraków. J ózefowicz I., 2007, Sport dla

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Outbound Tourism by the Physically Disabled Inhabitants of Kraków: Current Situation and Future Needs

i sport inwalidów w świetle teoretycznych podstaw kultury fizycznej, „Biuletyn Informacyjny Rehabilitacji Zawodowej Inwalidów”, 67. FURMANEK M., 2010, Dostępność oferty krakowskich biur podróży dla osób niepełnosprawnych, [in:] J. Łuczak, S. Bronowicki (eds.), Zdrowotne aspekty aktywności fizycznej, Wielkopolska Wyższa Szkoła Turystyki i Zarządzania, Poznań, pp. 503-512. FURMANEK M., 2013, Turystyka wyjazdowa niepełnosprawnych ruchowo mieszkańców Krakowa - stan i potrzeby, doctoral thesis written under the direction of Prof. D

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New urban recreational spaces. Attractiveness, infrastructure arrangements, identity. The example of the city of Łódź

, – constitute a thought-through continuation of the environment, taking into account the local heritage, – have an individual functional programme, – have easy and subtle access for people with disabilities, – be divided into leisure zones for various social groups, – be activating – provide the opportunity for developing various forms of psychological and physical activity, – be interestingly designed in terms of architecture, urbanism and aesthetics (including layout, surface, colours, lighting, and elements of

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Geo-caching for wheelchair users: A pilot study in Luhačovské Zálesí (Czech Republic)

polytechnická Jihlava. BLICHFELDT, B. S., NICOLAISEN, J. (2009): Disabled travel: not easy, but doable. Current Issues in Tourism, 14(1): 79–102. CAMERON, L. (2004): The Geo-caching Handbook: Foreword by Dave Ulmer. Connecticut, Falcon. CEEOVÁ, Z. (2008): Geo-caching. In: Geodny Liberec 2008: Výroční mezinárodní konference České geografické společnosti: Liberec 25.–29.8., Česká republika. Sborník abstraktů. Liberec, Technická univerzita v Liberci. CRPD – Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities [online]. [cit. 11.09.2017]. Available at

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How Musical Actors Construct Their Labour-Market Vulnerability and Resilience

clearly manifested in the case of musical actors. We expected to encounter institutional arrangements that protect the integrity of the body, such as health and accident insurance or occupational disability insurance. Moreover, we saw public social security as possibly providing safeguards against unemployment and the professional risks of aging. However, the interviews show that such institutional safeguards are barely relevant to musical actors because they rest on assumptions about a normality that for this group is at best achievable in phases. The interviews

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When dreams come true – urban land use and management trends desired by residents and participatory budgeting – a case study in Toruń

typology of desired changes in the area covered by the city of Toruń. The following types were distinguished: 1) safety, security and order – projects related to the improvement of security (e.g. by introducing additional lighting, adapting space to people with disabilities) and introducing a new arrangement of space (e.g. new rubbish bins); 2) road infrastructure – projects including the modernisation of roads, pavements, etc.; 3) culture and education – all projects that concern cultural and educational facilities as well as cultural and educational events; 4

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The application of new technologies in promoting a healthy lifestyle: selected examples

system showing the direction, distance and time of access to public transport combined with lighting components, smartphone recharging slots and free access to the Internet, and a system of elevation-mounted single seats for older people enabling them to rest while out for a walk. It is highly desirable to use ICT to support the mobility of people with physical disabilities. A Responsive Street Furniture project is a good example ( Responsive Street Furniture… 2017 ). This uses the correlation of mobile devices (e.g. smartphones, iPads) with existing elements of

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Spatial analysis and urban land use planning emphasising hospital site selection: a case study of Isfahan city

of service provision in medical service centres, especially in emergency wards, is essential in reducing mortality and disabilities (Zohoor and Pilevarzadeh, 2003: 413). It is vital for patients to reach healthcare centres quickly, which reduces the probability of casualties ( Azizi, 2004 : 133). One of the major issues in social welfare is the provision of appropriate and equal healthcare for different classes of society. In addition to its importance, this issue is complex due to the multiplicity of its dimensions and effects, so administrators and managers are

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