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«Tourism Education Studies and Practice» (Туризм: образование исследования и практика) – international scientific Journal.

E-ISSN 2409-2436

Издается 1 раз в год.
Издается с 2014 года.

1 May 26, 2017

Articles and Statements

1. Petr Bujok, Eva Hrabinová, Martin Klempa, Martin Bláha, Michal Porzer
Industrial Heritage of Baťa Company in the city Zlín – the Czech Republic

Tourism Education Studies and Practice, 2017, 4(1): 4-17.
DOI: 10.13187/ tesp.2017.1.4CrossRef

One of the newer trends in tourism are constantly growing range of specific forms of tourism. These include industrial tourism, which in the Czech Republic and consequently in Europe there is experiencing a boom. It is a new phenomenon that occurs in connection with industrial heritage, which can be used for tourism purposes. The main purpose and idea of industrial tourism is to give the visitor a comprehensive view to the industrial development of regions. In the region for locals is common, the visitor becomes extraordinary and enticing. Industrial tourism is also one of the ways to maintain a link of the industrial era, which affected not only Europe but the entire world. The Czech Republic in the current geographic configuration located in the center of Europe. Mainly due to its location, the history of the country there is almost always conditioned by European development stages. One of the major milestones differing time periods within the technical progress was definitely the era of the industry, which started the industrial revolution in the 18th century. Period of industrialization in the territory of the present Czech Republic preserved a diverse range of industrial buildings, which are for example plants of all kinds, mines, metallurgical plants, and transport or storage buildings including preserved workers' colonies.

URL: http://ejournal10.com/journals_n/1495813995.pdf
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2. Jelisavka Bulatović, Goran Rajović
Some Aspects of the Sport Tourism with the Review of Montenegro: Overview

Tourism Education Studies and Practice, 2017, 4(1): 18-28.
DOI: 10.13187/ tesp.2017.1.18CrossRef

"In today's globalised, fast-paced society, we all want to be more efficient at work, but also want to enjoy life longer & in good shape. Some of us love to discover new horizons by traveling, sightseeing, enjoying different cultures. Some of us reach happiness are efficiency & health through the practice of sports" (www.lm-sport-tourism.com). Such reaction, although its existence dates as far back as the ancient Greek Olympics, is the phenomenon of sport tourism. In our world, sport is one of the largest social phenomena, while tourism is the largest industry; recognizing the potential capacities of sport and tourism, it was just evident that these two would eventually be married, and would form an industrial couple that may someday become greater than the sum of its parts. The relationship between the two social sectors is far older than the attempts of binding them together from a scholarly aspect; and it was not until the 1970s that the common use of the term sport tourism started, in attempts for this special form of human travelling to be described (www.sport-tourism.com). In this paper, we point to some aspects of sports tourism with focus on Montenegro.

URL: http://ejournal10.com/journals_n/1495815492.pdf
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3. A. Kazhdan
Perspectives and Problems of Place Branding Development (the Case of Saint Petersburg)

Tourism Education Studies and Practice, 2017, 4(1): 29-34.
DOI: 10.13187/ tesp.2017.1.29CrossRef

This research project is devoted to investigation of the process of territory branding. Firstly, it reviews existing resources presenting mainstream theoretical concepts on the topic. Then, the observation of the real cases, as well as conducted comparative case study analysis contributes in identifying the current problems in the field of place branding and assists in putting forward proposals for its elimination in the context of St. Petersburg. The main conclusion is that the application of the systematic approach to the branding policy is the first step towards successful implementation of branding strategy.

URL: http://ejournal10.com/journals_n/1495814120.pdf
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4. Elizaveta D. Kruglikova
Competitiveness as the Basis of Economic Development of a City (the case of St. Petersburg)

Tourism Education Studies and Practice, 2017, 4(1): 35-40.
DOI: 10.13187/ tesp.2017.1.35CrossRef

In the Russian Federation, the meaning and the use of the term “city competitiveness” has evolved significantly in recent times. However, the lack of consensus among Russian scholars about this concept partially explains the economic situation in last decades, and has become the core problem in urban policy. This paper proposes the ways to assess competitiveness, and clarifies its complex signification. Firstly, it reviews existing resources from the extensive literature on the topic. Then, some advices are given on how to achieve competitiveness. The main conclusion is that this set of actions could be considered as a first step towards generating more testable propositions.

URL: http://ejournal10.com/journals_n/1495814173.pdf
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5. Gayane Tovmasyan
Evaluating Tourism Impact on the Economy of Armenia

Tourism Education Studies and Practice, 2017, 4(1): 41-48.
DOI: 10.13187/ tesp.2017.1.41CrossRef

Tourism plays a principal role in the development of countries. It has an economic, social, cultural, environmental and political impacts. The article discusses the essence and the main impacts of tourism in the economy, presents the statistics of the sphere, evaluates tourism impact in Armenia by calculating tourism multiplier effect, the linear correlation coefficient R of Pearson between the number of incoming tourists and the GDP of the country. The balance of payments of travel account and its sub accounts, tourism competitiveness index are analized in the article and, as a result, several suggestions are made towards tourism enhancement in Armenia.

URL: http://ejournal10.com/journals_n/1495814217.pdf
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Letters to the Editor

6. Tamar Zubitashvili
The Tourist Potential of Imereti Region

Tourism Education Studies and Practice, 2017, 4(1): 49-55.
DOI: 10.13187/ tesp.2017.1.49CrossRef

Imereti is one of the most important historical, economic, cultural, and intellectual areas of Georgia. Geographically occupies the central part of Georgia. The region's geographical location, landscape, historical-cultural and natural monuments, agriculture, rich national traditions of hospitality create the preconditions for rural tourism development. There are many historical monuments, which covers the period from late antiquity until the beginning of XX-th century. These monuments give an idea to the visitor about the rich culture and history of Georgia. In Imereti has huge potential for adventure tourism, agro-tourism and eco-tourism. It is rich in resorts and resort places, which is a necessary condition for the success of medical tourism and leisure, each of them has some potential for tourism development in different directions. Rich terrain allows you to develop climbing and Cycling. Karst caves and interesting geomorphologic formations contribute to the development of climbing and speleotourism. Beautiful nature with diverse flora and fauna – those conditions that can develop in the region Hiking, camping, horse and eco-tours. The article considers the potential of tourism in Imereti region, which is not explored more fully, both local and foreign visitor.

URL: http://ejournal10.com/journals_n/1495814279.pdf
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