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Researches on Utilization Contexts

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Research on Present-Day Tourism

Cases of Specific Tourist Practices

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Research on present-day tourism
Cases of specific tourist practices
The case of a European piace: Varese

In present day tourism researches are generally consisting society's cultural model or as typologies in which behaviors of a particular current structure.

It should be considered to psychological and social profile of a particular current situation.

There are three main specific cases of tourist practices
Sea side places
Camping Practice
Case of a European place
Beach Opportunities
The quality of beach facilities
Cleanliness of beach areas
Availability of parking spaces
Availability of space on the beach
The cost of vacationing
The cost of general goods and services
Quality of goods and services relative to price
Willingness of residents to aid tourists
Willingness of employees to aid tourists
General friendliness of employees toward tourists
Courtesy of residents toward tourists
General hospitality of residents

Eating and Drinking Facilities
Accommodation Facilities
Campground Facilities
Scenery and natural attractions
Quality of enviroment
Extent of Commercialization
It means that converting a natural place as profit center

Factors of tourist satisfaction with the seaside resort of Cape Cod in Massachusetts according to Pizam A. and others (1978)
Campers are chiefly young people
Prefer natural beauty rather than commercialized tourism
'Consumer-against' consumers
Two Main Camper Typologies
Low cost, financially low income, students, middle class.
Upper- middle class and upper class who prefer to spend less money rather than an expensive destination.
Visitors are usually adults,employed with children. However, there are also students and pensioners.
High socioeconomic status.

Research on Utilization Contexts
Ezgi Çelebi
Yavuz Şakir Çelik

Pizam A., Neuman Y., Reichel A. (1978), "Dimension of tourist satisfaction with a destination area", Annals of Tourism Research, 314-322.
Perussia F. (1989), "An introduction to the social psychology of tourism", 201-203.
Liang (Rebecca) Tang (2014), "The application of social psychology theories and concepts in hospitality and tourism studies:
A review and research agenda", International Journal of Hospitality Management
, 188-196.
Research Techniques
Review of Literature
Conclusuion & Suggestions
10 Weird Tourist Attractions
Liang (Rebecca) Tang (2014),
The application of social psychology theories and concepts in hospitality and tourism studies: A review and research agenda
A Research on Utilitazion Concept
The case of European place:Varese
Varese is a lake area located in the ltalian region of Lombardy.
Tourist style in the Varese area has a family connotation.
Tourists come mainly from areas in the surroundings (especially that of Milan).

According to Hollender J.W. (1964)
According to Burch W.R: Jr. (1965)
Burch W.R. Jr., "The play world of camping: Research into the social meaning of outdoor recreation", Sociology and Social Research, 49(1), 1964, p. 76-89
Hollender J.W., "Motivational dimensions of the camping experience", Journal of Leisure Research, 1977, p. 133-141
innovative amenities
ensuring cabins
safari tents
yurts and other unique accommodations
Joppe M.,Trends in camping and outdoor hospitality – an international review, 2013
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