The role of weather and sea-ice information in Arctic Expedition Cruising [Student report]
Duske, Paula \ 2016
The economic and social impact of a 16-day trip to India [Student report]
Lee, Sandra van der \ 2016
The 'unpaved' roads to development : change and continuity in the tourism development trajectory of Lake Sandoval [Student report]
Eichhorn, Anne \ 2016
The complementing value of consumer travel exhibitions as information and distribution channels : a case study of the Vakantiebeurs in Utrecht [Student report]
Hermans, Dennis \ 2016
Wildlife and the visitor-experience in Dutch national parks [Student report]
Leeuw–Welleweerd, H. de \ 2012
natural areas - national parks - visitor behaviour - fauna - landscape experience - outdoor recreation - salland

Because of major subsidy cuts by the Dutch government, management of nature areas aims to generate more income out of the visitor by developing the nature experience. Wildlife is a valuable asset of national parks in the Netherlands but the visi ...

Implementation of audiovisuals in tourism studies: theories and practices [Student report]
Timmers, W. \ 2012
tourism research - methodology - audiovisual aids

This document is part of a research triptych conducted by research colleague Ilja Kok and me, W. Timmers. The production of the documentary Framing the Other plays a central role in this research, serving as a pilot project in identifying the ro ...

Tourist motives : predictors of tourist behavior? [Student report]
Dijk, L. van \ 2012
tourists - tourism theory - behaviour - psychology
Interpreting the effectiveness of whale watching : experimenting with intentions [Student report]
Harms, M. \ 2011
whales - observation - wildlife conservation - nature conservation - behavioural changes - attitudes

Given the on-going and current state of endangerment that whales are facing, it is strongly recommended that the fast growing whale watching industry should maximize benefits accruing to the sustainable use of whales. The whale watching experien ...

A lion for some cows: policy arrangements in the payment for environmental services at Mbirikani, Kenya [Student report]
Anyango, N.M. \ 2012
wildlife conservation - lions - compensation - livestock - ecosystem services - kenya
Framing of resource use conflicts in Loliondo game controled area Tanzania : wildlife tourism, conservation and pastoralism interface [Student report]
Rurai, M. \ 2012
resource utilization - wildlife management - nature tourism - tourism development - pastoralism - land use - conflict management - tanzania
Hotel management beyond economic responsibilities: an exploratory research into CSR views and practices among the hotel sector in Malta [Student report]
Bausch, L. \ 2012
corporate social responsibility - tourist industry - hospitality industry - hotels - sustainable tourism - malta
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): an exploration of chained and non-chained hotels in Ghana [Student report]
Bill, D.A. \ 2012
corporate social responsibility - hotels - sustainable tourism - tourist industry - hospitality industry - ghana
Tourism as alternative livelihood: grassroots perspectives and experiences : on the livelihood impacts on local community members around Honda Bay (Puerto Princesa) Palawan, Philippines [Student report]
Boer, I. de \ 2012
ecotourism - livelihoods - community participation - sustainable development - sustainable tourism - philippines
"Rewilding" and tourism : analysis of an optimistic discourse on nature onservation [Student report]
Margaryan, L. \ 2012
nature conservation - wildlife management - nature tourism - discourse analysis
Visitor interests towards bird habitats seen as virtual landscapes : a photo & sound based experiment [Student report]
Aranyosi, A. \ 2012
birds - habitats directive - experiential value - landscape - virtual reality

The MSc thesis has aimed to establish a new categorization of visitor motivations from the aspect of visitor interests’ direction. Besides, it has aimed to disperse the confusion of the research field of motivation and to synthesize the existing ...

Sustainable tourism transport and the economic crisis in Iceland : a critical discourse analysis [Student report]
Sytsma, J. \ 2012
sustainable tourism - transport - discourse analysis - economic crises - tourism policy - iceland
De landgoederenzone van de gemeente Renkum: een onderzoek naar de meervoudige ideeën die er bestaan over de toekomst van het landgoederengebied in de gemeente Renkum aan de hand van de discourse theorie van Foucault en de daarbij horende machtsverhoudingen [Student report]
Brinkman, R. \ 2012
estates - cultural landscape - aesthetic value - veluwe - gelderland - landscape elements

De landgoederenzone gelegen op de zuidelijke Veluwezoom ligt op de grens van het Veluwemassief en de dalen van de Rijn en de IJssel en wordt vanaf ruwweg de zeventiende eeuw gekenmerkt door een structuur van landschapsparken. Dit gemeentegrensov ...

The impact of affective visual stimuli on people’s intentions to conserve nature [Student report]
Jong, I. de \ 2012
nature conservation - attitudes - citizens - social interaction

A behavioral change is needed to safeguard our natural environment for the future. It might be the case that not only rational arguments account as motives to perform pro-conservation behavior. People’s affective bond with nature seems to accoun ...

I ka wā mamua, ka wā mahope : the future is in the past [Student report]
Pijnappels, S. \ 2010
tourism - tourist industry - history - data representation - hawaii
Towards a framework for effective codes of conduct in the tourism industry : a comparative and analytical study of codes of conduct in the tourism and textile industry [Student report]
Frieling, F. \ 2011
tourist industry - code of practice - textile industry
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