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Leisure: measure of time (usually the time left over after w_____, S____, and H___ C____ have been completed.

Enfoced: loss of a j__
Serious: v____ or p_____

Choice invovled is a reflection of a_____, l__c___ and or p_____

I___ R_: had influence on this time
work, sleep, household chores

job
volunteer or parenting

attitude, lifecycle, personality

Industrial Revolution
Recreation: variety of a_____ undertaken during leisure time; r____ persons strength and s_____ and can include diverse activities-
TV, S___, A____, C____, E____
activities
refreshens
spirit

Ex: TV, sports, arts, culture, entertainment, etc.
Tourism: one type of r_____, type of temporary or l____ m_____; can be c____ to home or f___ a___.

Excursionist: visits for less than ____ hours and does not stay o___ night; they use all tourism f_____ except for a_____ and put pressure on the h____ community and the e____!
recreation
leisure mobility
close or far away

24 hours, over
facilites
accomodations
host
enviornment
Two ways to approach definition of tourism!

Demand Side: person who is t_____- the activities or persons t_____ to and staying outside their usual enviornment for not more than ____ consecutive y___ for leisure, business, and other purposes!
tourist
traveling

1- year
Supply Side: recieved by c___, p___ etc. community r_______tourist: Disentangling tourism businesses and jobs from the rest of the economy. TSA measure demands for g___ and s_____ generated by visitors to a destination--- how this c____ to the economy!
community, people, etc.
RECIEVING

Goods/Services
contributes
Key Concepts: 3 Major concepts to consider
1.) S_____ S____
a.) W____ distribution of c____ zones. b.) R_____ assesment of tourism r______. c.) L____ landscapes of resorts!

G___ c___ of tourism system:
a.) tourist-g_____ areas = (___ or tourist): Demand, geo l_____, socioeconmoic, and d____ all important!

b.) Tourist-R______ areas: a____ tourist to stay temporarily and have f____ of attraction not found at h____ (i___ of tourism occur at this point)

c.) T___ R____: l___ between two above areas: ef_____ and c____ are key!

E____ Issues also affect tourism system: p___, s____ of homs and visiting nations
Spatial Scale
world, climatic
Regional, resources
Local

Geographical Components:
generating- home
locations, demgraphics

Recieving: attract, features, home
impact

Transit Routes
link
effectiveness, characteristics

External: politics, security
Spatial Interaction between components of tourist system!

Tourist F____- form a spational interaction between two areas- destination area containing a s____ of c________: and generating area having a d___ of that c____!

push factor: stage of economic develop. in g___ area (affluence, m____, h____ entitlement, c____)

Pull factor: a____ of destination, accessibility, a____: (cost, marketing, promition come into play)!!!
Flows
surplus, commodity
deficit, commodity

generating (mobility, holidy, climate)

ammenities, attractions
Explaining Tourist Flows:
Factors-
D_____ between countires: g____ d____= smaller v_____

In____ Con____: s____ business or cultural ties- larger p____ = g____ flow

General A_______ of one c____ to another

Types of Flows:
P2P: there and back
Point to Point with touring _____
C_______ tour
H__ and S___(itineraries)
Distance
greater distance= volume

International Connectivity: shared
population= greater

Attractivness= country

Point to Point
circuit
Circular
Hub and Spoke
Measuring Tourist Flows: Why Stats are IMP. (3 reasons)

M____ or tourist flows
P____ for future of tourism
M____ for public and private

Categories of tourism stats:
Stats of v____: h___ m___ tourists and l___ of stay.

Tourist C___: q___ of flow- d___ or b____!

Ex____ stats: flow of m____ e____ in one place, s____ in another!

Very d___ to produce a___ tourist stats
Magnitude
Plans
Marketing

Volume: how many, length

Characteristics: quality- demogrpahics, behaviors

Expenditure: money earned, spent

Difficult, accurate
Forms of Tourism:
Type of Destination-
D_____: w____ o___ country
I_____: travel t__ a_____ country (non-r____)
a.) In____: non-residents t____ in another country
b.) o_____: residents of another country traveling a____

S_____ of country affects I___ tourism
Domestic: within own
International: to another, resident
a.) inbound: traveling
b.) abroad

SIZE, INTERNATIONAL
Forms of Tourism:
Characterisitics of tourism system:
R____, U___, S___, H____ (family background), C____( learning about others), S____, or even E______

Eco__: in gernerating area- will be r___ c____, and above average e____

in destination area- n____ is main attraction, and they are en____ friendly

Transit Zone: will use l___ companies, minimize i___ on enviornment
Rural, Urban, Heritage, Cultural, Sport, Ecotourism

tourist: responsible consumer, education

nature, enviornmentally

local, impact
Forms of Tourism-
The Market
- H____: sun, s__, t___, sightseeing, c____, etc.
- Co___ I____: f___, r__ religion, h____, education
- Bus___ and P____: t____, c___,
Holiday: sea, toursin, culture
Common Interest: friends, relative, health
Business and Professionals: tradeshow, conventions, etc.
Market Segments:
N____ of tourism
Type of travel a_____:
a.) i____ tour
b.) i_________ arranged
c.) D____ traveled

long haul= over ____ KM
medium haul= ____-____KM
short haul= less than ____ KM
Nature

Arrangements
a.) inclusive
b.) independantly
c.) distance

3000
1000-3000
1000