By Joseph S. Chen
Advances in Hospitality and relaxation, a brand new peer-review serial, grants fresh insights from a bunch of medical reviews within the domain names of hospitality, rest, and tourism. It offers a platform to provoke options on modern matters and rising developments necessary to conception development in addition to specialist practices from an international point of view. the focus of this serial is to go beyond the cutting edge tools of inquiry with a view to motivate new examine subject matters which are very important and feature been in huge missed. The serial is eager to deal with the desires of the population having pursuits in disseminating principles, thoughts and theories derived from scholarly investigations. strength readers could retrieve necessary texts to stipulate new learn agendas, recommend achievable subject matters for a dissertation paintings, and increase the information of the themes of curiosity.
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This underlines the highly individual character of such an aggregated product (Dietvorst, 1993). The consequences of this fragmentation at the destination level for quality are spelled out by Augustyn (2001, p. 7): When confronting the expectations of contemporary tourists with the fragmented nature of the local tourism destination product, one can easily realise that a tourism business that operates in isolation from other tourism/tourism-related businesses/organisations within a given local tourism destination will hardly be able to meet the widespread expectations of today’s tourists.
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Advances In Hospitality And Leisure by Joseph S. Chen