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Author: Tony Nankervis,Ian Kelly
ISBN: 0471421871
Language: English
Pages: 80 pages
Category: Industries
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (August 23, 2002)
Rating: 4.8
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Series: Studies in the History & Philosophy of Mathematics.

Ian Kelly, Swinburne University of Technology Anthony Nankervis, Swinburne University of Technology. Series: Studies in the History & Philosophy of Mathematics.

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It was established in 1970 as a single journal, and was split into two sections–Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A and Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part B: Studies in History and Philosophy of Modern Physics–in 1995

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Visitor Destinations. An International Perspective (Studies in the History & Philosophy of Mathematics). by Ian Kelly, Tony Nankervis. Published August 23, 2002 by Wiley. Foreign Visitors, Tourism. Each chapter commences wit;h a list of learning objectives, areas of competence that you should acquire as you work through the text.

Category theory is now pari and parcel of contemporary mathematics, theoretical computer science and even mathematical physics. And it is here to stay, for good reasons. However, these reasons are not clear to everyone, even within the mathematical community. The point is that not only is it mathematically rich, deep and profound, but it is more generally conceptually rich, deep and profound. What does it take to see this? Understanding a specific important case is a place lo start. Nowadays, no one would deny the importance of group theory in mathematics, physics, chemistry and science in general.

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Developing a tourist destination that will be successful in attracting tourists and tourist spending requires sound strategic planning, management and marketing. The following key questions must be addressed with respect to visitor destination management and these are among the foci of the text: How can locational advantages be developed? What must be taken into account in the exploitation of tourism resources? What measures may be taken to enhance visitor satisfaction? How can destinations be marketed most effectively? How can destination organisations encourage the equitable distribution of benefits from tourism? How can the negative impacts of tourism be avoided or minimised? Visitor Destination Management discusses fundamental concepts, principles and processes relating to the evolution of destination regions, visitor management, and innovative destination development. Economic, social and environmental impacts, positive and negative, are examined and guidance is provided on measures required to ensure sustainability of the host community environment. The coordination role of destination managers is emphasised, and users of the text are encouraged to take a holistic view of destination regions.