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Content available Sports tourism: An attempt to define the concept
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2016
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tom 26
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nr 1
96-97
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2015
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tom 25
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nr 1
19-27
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The article presents an outline of the evolution of the geography of disability (since the 1930s) taking into account significant issues in the creation of theoretical foundations as well as practical action in ‘accessible tourism’. It may be considered a review. Based on an analysis of literature, the first section presents a definition of ‘accessible tourism’ and the development of the geography of disability, the result of which is the geographical model of disability. The second section is a synthetic presentation of the effect of geographical research on the development of theoretical accessible tourism concepts and their implications in practice. The final conclusions highlight the need to identify the level of detail in universal design principles applied to buildings, spaces, services, which are to fulfil the criteria of accessibility for people with various types of disability.
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2014
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tom 24
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nr 1
45-50
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The accessibility of tourism space is becoming an increasingly significant issue in geographical research due to, amongst other things, demographic changes (an ageing population, growing numbers of people with disabilities) alongside guaranteeing a universal right of access to tourism. The nature of geographical research (physical, socio-economic) allows this issue to be viewed systemically. Drawing on the fields of geography and accessible tourism, this article presents the assumptions of a model which makes a systemic analysis of the factors conditioning the accessibility of tourism space possible. It also highlights the need for further research into the optimal level of detail in universal design principles which can be applied in tourism.
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Content available Turystyka sportowa – próba zdefiniowania pojęcia
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Turyzm
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2016
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tom 26
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nr 1
103-105
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Content available USING SOCIAL MEDIA DATA TO PLAN FOR TOURISM
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The purpose of the article is to present the concept of using social media (SM) as data sources and communication tools, useful at the various stages of planning, implementing and monitoring the effects of tourism development on a local level. The first part discusses the stages of planning, then presents the characteristics of SM, along with a discussion of the issues presented in the literature to this date. The next part presents data sources and methods of research on SM and functions that they can perform in tourism. The concept presented, on the one hand, reviews the perspectives of practical use of SM as a communication tool and source of data and, on the other hand, the challenges related to the need to further deepen research on tourism planning methods that are adequate to the continuously changing environment.
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Content available remote Tourism Activities of Deaf Poles
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The chief aim of the research was to identify tourism activities of Deaf Poles. The study was conducted in 2007, and it included 191 Deaf adult Poles. The research data was collected mainly on the basis of questionnaire surveys conducted with the assistance of a sign language interpreter, individual interviews, and participant observation during tourist trips. The results were used as a basis for developing a conceptual framework for creating databanks for analyzing the data. The following statistical methods were employed: statistical significance level (p) and Tourist Information Systems (TIS), adapted to the needs of sign language users. The conceptual framework is based on the idea of active participation of Deaf individuals in creating Tourist Information Systems, cooperation networks (clusters), and the potential of Information Communications Technologies (ICTs).
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nr 1
17-32
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The chief aim of the research was to identify tourism activities of Deaf Poles. The study was conducted in 2007, and it included 191 Deaf adult Poles. The research data was collected mainly on the basis of questionnaire surveys conducted with the assistance of a sign language interpreter, individual interviews, and participant observation during tourist trips. The results were used as a basis for developing a conceptual framework for creating databanks for analyzing the data. The following statistical methods were employed: statistical significance level (p) and Tourist Information Systems (TIS), adapted to the needs of sign language users. The conceptual framework is based on the idea of active participation of Deaf individuals in creating Tourist Information Systems, cooperation networks (clusters), and the potential of Information Communications Technologies (ICTs).
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