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Title Tourism and leisure behaviour in an ageing world
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by Ian Patterson
Author(s) Patterson, Ian Robert
Publisher Wallingford, Oxfordshire : CABI
Publication year 2018
Description 1 online resource
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Tourism and leisure needs of older travellers
Socio-demographic variables associated with tourism, leisure and ageing
Motivations and constraints to tourism and leisure for older travellers
Changing technological trends and the travel behaviour of older tourists
Modes of leisure travel by older adults
Types of travel experiences : group package tours (GPT) and independent leisure travellers
Different travel markets : adventure tourism and the older traveller
Different travel markets : educational tourism and the older traveller
Different travel markets : cruise tourism and the older traveller
Different travel markets : cultural and heritage tourism and the older traveller
Different travel markets : health and wellness tourism and older travellers
Conclusions and recommendations
ISBN 9781786390967; 1786390965; 9781786390974; 1786390973
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Keyword(s) Older people Recreation / Older people Travel / Tourism Management / Tourism Planning
Publication type Monograph
Language English
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