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Record number 376615
Title Landscape, Leisure and Tourism; Socio-spatial Studies in Experiences, Practices and Policies
Author(s) Haan, H.J. de; Duim, V.R. van der
Source Delft : Eburon - ISBN 9789059722996 - 257
Department(s) Cultural Geography
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2008
Keyword(s) milieu - landschap - toerisme - vrije tijd - gebruik van ruimte - toeristisch onderzoek - cultureel erfgoed - cultuursociologie - ruimte - natuurbeheer - natuur - landschapsbeleving - landschapsbeheer - environment - landscape - tourism - leisure - space utilization - tourism research - cultural heritage - cultural sociology - space - nature management - nature - landscape experience - landscape management
Categories Leisure, Recreation, Tourism (General)
Abstract This book is dedicated to Jaap Lengkeek, being appointed professor chairman from 2002 till his retirement. The book explores the relationship between people and space in everyday environments, leisure environments and tourist environments. The book consists of four parts. Part One: Experiencing nature, landscape and heritage; Part Two: Leisure practices and public space; Part Three: The state of the art of tourism research; Part Four: Landscape policies, management and design. The authors of the book are all associated with the Chairgroup Sociospatial Analysis of Wageningen University in The Netherlands.
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