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The influence of tourism on the development of the Rogaška Slatina health resort
Uroš Horvat, 2001, original scientific article

Abstract: Avtor na primeru zdraviliškega kraja z dolgoletno tradicijo obravnava učinke turizma na razvoj in ustroj naselja, ki se je sredi 19. stoletja razvilo v enega najpomembnejših turističnih krajev v Sloveniji, nato pa z razvojem industrije in drugih mestotvornih dejavnosti še okrepilo svojo vlogo v razmeroma manj razviti pokrajini. V prvem delu so prikazane faze razvoja zdravilišča ter značilnosti turističnega obiska v Rogaški Slatini. Povdarjena je odvisnost od turističnega povpraševanja in ponudbe, pa tudi od spreminjajočih se ekonomskih, socialnih in političnih razmer. V drugem delu je predstavljen demografski, gospodarski in prostorski razvoj naselja. Ker je Rogaška Slatina gospodarsko polifunkcionalen turistični kraj, je povdarjen vpliv zdraviliško-turistične in industrijske dejavnosti na razvoj in sestavo delovnih mest, dinamiko prebivalstvene rasti ter ekonomsko sestavo prebivalstva in gospodinjstev. Opredeljene so posamezne funkcijske cone v Rogaški Slatini, zlasti tiste, v katerih sta turizem in rekreacija poglavitni obliki rabe prostora.
Keywords: geography, geography of tourism, tourism, tourist development, tourist sites, health resorts, Rogaška Slatina, Slovenia
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 612; Downloads: 17
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Sustainable development of careers in tourism
Mitja Gorenak, 2016, original scientific article

Abstract: Developing sustainable careers in the tourism sector is just as hard as achieving sustainable tourism in general. Our objective was to determine tour guides' attitude to the sustainable development of their careers by tourist agencies as those engaging them. We conducted a survey among representatives of tourist agencies (N = 34). The research showed that the economic pillar of sustainable development is perceived to be the most important when it comes to the sustainable development of careers, followed by the environmental pillar as the second and the social pillar as the least important. In order to achieve the truly sustainable development of careers, the focus must be on the social pillar of development.
Keywords: tourism, career, development, human resources
Published: 29.11.2018; Views: 205; Downloads: 15
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Development harmonisation of mountain resorts ropeway and tourist infrastructures in the Republic of Slovenia
Drago Sever, 200, short scientific article

Abstract: Operation efficiency of mountain resort systems depends largely on harmonious operation of the most important and therefore most influential elements of ropeway transportation and tourist subsystems. Within the framework of a tourist subsystem, the extent and quality of tourist offer for long-staying guests plays an essential role. Harmonised development of the above-mentioned elements ensures major utilisation and better economic management of the entire system so that it may offer quality services. First of all, the system enables permanent and environmentally friendly development of the systems that are as a rule in an absolutely sensitive alpine region. The article deals with some results of in-depth research on the ropeway transportation system and the results of know-how transfer into the actual environment of the Slovenian mountain resorts.
Keywords: traffic, transportation, ropeways, infrastructure, mountain tourism, mountain resorts, development, Slovenia
Published: 02.06.2017; Views: 236; Downloads: 38
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Influence of security threats on tourism destination development
Bojan Kurež, Boris Prevolšek, 2015, review article

Abstract: The aim of the paper is to analyze the modern security environment and its impact on tourism destination development. Contemporary security environment is a result of historical events affected by the elements of the contemporary safety and political environment. Ground security concepts, which dominate contemporary security environment, are pointed out and further linked to the development of the modern security threats shaping tourism destination development. We are pointing out how the major security threats influence the tourism destination development. Methodology is based on secondary analysis of literature. Several current case studies are made to support conclusions on relationship between security and tourism destination developments.
Keywords: safety, security, tourism destination, development
Published: 03.08.2017; Views: 420; Downloads: 168
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Sapard programme and its implementation in tourism development in Bistriţa-Nǎsǎud county, Romania
Pompei Cocean, Oana-Ramona Ilovan, 2009, original scientific article

Abstract: Our analysis focused on emphasizing the manner of attracting the financial resources in the sector of tourism in a particular territorial entity (Bistriţa-Năsăud County, situated in northern Romania, in the Northwest Development Region), where small private initiatives were representative for Romania’s approach to this sector. Sustainable rural development was partly triggered by the implementation of the SAPARD programme during the pre-accession period of Romania to the European Union. Focusing on sustainable tourism in the countryside and Bistriţa-Năsăud County was another such example.
Keywords: recent tourism development, impact, feedback
Published: 20.03.2018; Views: 154; Downloads: 38
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New challenges for the organic farmers in India
Ana Firmino, 2010, review article

Abstract: Organic Farming can offer the Indian farmers the possibility to get an added value to their products. Those operating in the Ponda region/Goa benefit from an historical background and highly preserved biodiversity that may entitle them in the future for a GIAHS (Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems) project which will prevent these scenic landscapes to be destroyed. The spice plantations are a live Natural Sciences and History lesson for everybody and an attraction for the tourists who find here a pleasant environment, rich flora and fauna, rural tourism, ayurvedic medical care and an array of leisure activities in contact with Nature.
Keywords: organic farming, spice plantations, sustainable development, rural tourism, India
Published: 29.03.2018; Views: 125; Downloads: 29
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Role of rural tourism and agriculture for development of rural, protected areas
Olga Baranyai, Gábor Baranyai, 2013, original scientific article

Abstract: The main challenge in rural areas currently is facing migration and unemployment. Inhabitants of the traditional Őrség region also face this serious problem. The aim of this paper is to reveal problems in the region highlighting the two pillars of local rural development solutions; the current situation and opportunities for tourism and agriculture development. The opinion of local inhabitants acquired through questionnaires bare a special role in this search for solutions. Given its geographic location, success of the region’s rural development may also be achieved through cross-border initiatives and cooperation.
Keywords: rural development, borderlands, sustainable development, sustainable agriculture, rural tourism, ecotourism, Őrség
Published: 10.04.2018; Views: 336; Downloads: 41
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Sociological survey of the current status and nature conservation in relation to the development of tourism in the cadastral of Tatranská Lomnica
Michaela Ližbetinová, 2014, review article

Abstract: The main part of the cadastral of Tatranská Lomnica belongs to the Tatra National Park. The activity of humans is limited there because nature is protected by law. This is the first time there will be building of new accommodation and sport facilities, especially after November 2004 when was severe wind damage in the Tatra region. In this thesis we focus on the opinions of respondents on the current state of the environment and its protection in the municipalities of the cadastral Tatranská Lomnica in relation to the present tourist business development.
Keywords: Slovakia, Tatra, national parks, nature protection, regional development, tourism
Published: 16.04.2018; Views: 179; Downloads: 40
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