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TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Motivation, Expectancy Theory, Personal Development

Lecture 5, - October 16, 2018 Tourists motivation Motivation and tourists What is motivations? Motivation theories in Tourism studies Definition of Motivations Motivations o Is result...

Tourism Studies
TOUR 2P31
Atsuko Hashimoto
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Unit Testing, Academic Integrity, Consumer Behaviour

Lecture 4: October 2, 2018 Social Representation of tourism How community sees tourism Shared, publicly communicated, everyday belief systems about large-scale topics More than attitudes and values ...

Tourism Studies
TOUR 2P31
Atsuko Hashimoto
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dogma, Ecotourism, Intellectualism

TOUR 2P31 Tourist Behaviour Lecture 2 September 18, 2018 Demographics o Age o Income o Education o Job status Psychographics: o Needs ...

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TOUR 2P31
Atsuko Hashimoto
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Upper Class, Decision-Making, Psychographic

TOUR 2P31 Tourist Behaviour Lecture 1 September 11, 2018 Foci of this course: Demographics Stereotypes Psychographics Characteristics Decision making other factors motivation Attitudes Reflections Perceptions Cruise Touris...

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TOUR 2P31
Atsuko Hashimoto
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Creative Destruction, Idyll, Commodification
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Lecture 11 Evolution Model of Historic City Stage 1 original city Containing CBD (central business district), residential and tourist functions Stage 2 growth in the city Separation of CBD and tourist functi...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Gentse Feesten, Creative Cities Network, Uluru
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 10 Creative Tourism Destinations are replacing or supplementing culture-led development strategies with creative development Culture alone is not enough to create a distinction betwe...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cape Coast Castle, Educational Entertainment, Age 12
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TOUR 2P30 Lecture 8 March 8 th Continued from last week Niagaras Freedom Trail How would you market the underground railway? Who is your target market? Ontarios Underground Railroad OTMP Market Development Proposal Purpose...

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Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Llechwedd Slate Caverns, Dark Tourism, Stilton Cheese
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TOUR 2P30 Lecture 9 March 15 th Continuation from last week Participatory, incremental and collaborative (PIC) development model (Timothy and Tosun 2003) model on sakai Elements of a Mission Statement Conservation o Safegu...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Waterton Lakes National Park, Great Northern Peninsula, Ninstints
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 7 MARCH 1 ST CanadianUS Shared World Heritage Sites Klauane national park reserve (Yukon) and Tatshenshini o Unbroken ecological unit that covers 97,00 swaure kilometres Waterton Glacier international pea...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Prambanan, World Heritage Site, Royal Ontario Museum
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 4 FEBRUARY 1 ST Types of Authenticity in tourist situations Authentic people in authentic environments Authentic people in inauthentic environments (back stage people in a front stage situation) Inauthent...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jorvik Viking Centre, Scandinavian York, Heritage Tourism
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 2 JANUARY 18 TH Objects have not a single past but an unbroken sequence of past times leading backward from the present moment. Moreover, there is no ideal spot on the temporal continuum that inherently d...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Destination Canada, Psychographic, Thematic Relation
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 3 JANUARY 25 TH Destination Canada Explorer Quotient Market segmentation tool used based on psychographics Information on: o Characteristics o Most likely to be seen at: o Travel values: Destination Canad...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: National Civil Rights Museum, Phytophthora Infestans, New Denver
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 5 FEBRUARY 8 th Difficulties with Atrocity Atrocity is highly sensitive and emotionally charged Concern for this course use of heritage of atrocity, relict artefacts, buildings, sites and place associatio...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture 6: TOUR/GEO 2P30 lecture 6
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Need to Conserve the Past The impacts of Tourism Social and Cultural Impacts Conflicting use of space Cultural change o Values, religion, demonstration effect Cultural commodification Cultural theft Forced displacement Mig...

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TOUR 2P31
Hashimoto Atsuko
TOUR 2P31 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Heritage Tourism, Babylon
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TOUR 2P30 LECTURE 1 JANUARY 11 , 2018 Early Heritage Travel Early travel for pilgrimages Early leisure travel can be traced to the Babylonian and Egyptian Empires Early Greek guide books had reviews of the Pyramids of Giza...

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Hashimoto Atsuko

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