Spiritual Tourism

Author: Alex Norman
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441150447
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Spiritual Tourism from the Author: Alex Norman. First volume exploring spiritual tourism as a phenomenon in Western cultures of travel, discussing the relationship between contemporary tourism and secular approaches to religious practices.

Spiritual Tourism

Author: Veronika Šustáková
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Spiritual Tourism from the Author: Veronika Šustáková.

India Travel Guide

Author: Adwaita P. Ganguly
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India Travel Guide from the Author: Adwaita P. Ganguly.

Religion Pilgrimage And Tourism Critical Concepts In Religious Studies

Author: Carole M. Cusack
ISBN: 9781138786615
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Religion Pilgrimage And Tourism Critical Concepts In Religious Studies from the Author: Carole M. Cusack. "For as long as human beings have existed they have been interested in travel. Their homelands and cultural norms have always been constructed with reference to, or contrasted with, the lands and habits of 'the Other'. Implicit in this statement is the notion that some places are more special (perhaps sacred) than others, and this is the core of the intimate relationship between human beings, place and travel, and religion"--

The Spiritual Tourist

Author: Mick Brown
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 158234034X
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The Spiritual Tourist from the Author: Mick Brown. A spiritual adventurer chronicles his most interesting travel experiences in search of bliss, from a pilgrimage to the Himalayas to see the Dalai Lama; to Germany, where an Indian girl is rumored to be the "the Divine Mother"; to a famous ashram, where miracles are still possible. Original.

Handbook Of Islamic Marketing

Author: Özlem Sandıkcı
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 0857936026
Size: 50.94 MB
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Handbook Of Islamic Marketing from the Author: Özlem Sandıkcı. ÔThis is an especially timely publication, given the current metamorphosis of politics in the Middle East and North Africa. ...zlem Sandõkcõ and Gillian Rice are to be congratulated for having sensed the need for a Handbook that will alert marketers to the vast market opportunities offered by Muslim consumers. It is essential to become attuned to the values and principles of Islamic cultures that will drive consumption, product and service choices, brand preference, and brand loyalty in coming years. The scholars who have contributed to this Handbook come from many different backgrounds to offer a kaleidoscope of research and recommendations on how best to serve this previously overlooked segment of consumers who make up a quarter of world markets.Õ Ð Lyn S. Amine, Saint Louis University, US ÔThis ambitious and timely collection will be enormously valuable to readers in the practice and study of the growing field of Muslim marketing and branding. Essays range expertly across key sectors (notably finance, food, and fashion) and territories (of Muslim majority and minority population). Contributors elaborate the diversity of Muslim experiences, beliefs, and practices that must be taken into account by marketing professionals seeking to exploit this newly recognized market. Academic authors provide helpful postscripts for marketers, making clear the links between their nuanced historicized understanding of contemporary transnational, global, and local forms of Muslim identity and practice. This book provides an essential guide to those who study and those who participate in Muslim branding and marketing.Õ Ð Reina Lewis, London College of Fashion, UK The Handbook of Islamic Marketing provides state-of-the-art scholarship on the intersection of Islam, consumption and marketing and lays out an agenda for future research. The topics covered by eminent contributors from around the world range from fashion and food consumption practices of Muslims to retailing, digital marketing, advertising, corporate social responsibility and nation branding in the context of Muslim marketplaces. The essays offer new insights into the relationship between morality, consumption and marketing practices and discuss the implications of politics and globalization for Islamic markets. This comprehensive Handbook provides an essential introduction to the newly emerging field of Islamic marketing. It is invaluable for researchers and students in international marketing who are interested in the intersection of Islam and marketing as well as those from anthropology and sociology studying Muslim consumers and businesses. The book also supplies vital knowledge for Muslim and non-Muslim business leaders generating commerce in Islamic communities.

Trends And Issues In Global Tourism 2008

Author: Roland Conrady
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540777984
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Trends And Issues In Global Tourism 2008 from the Author: Roland Conrady. This book offers insight into important trends in the global travel and tourism industry and analyzes developments in the aviation and hospitality industry and destination management. The most recent developments in marketing and sales as well as in travel technology and business travel are of key importance for managing travel and tourism companies. The articles are based on presentations and panel discussions presented at the world ́s largest tourism convention, the ITB Convention Market Trends & Innovations.

Philosophical Issues In Tourism

Author: Prof. John Tribe
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 9781845412494
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Philosophical Issues In Tourism from the Author: Prof. John Tribe. Despite the geometric expansion of tourism knowledge, some areas have remained stubbornly underdeveloped and a full or comprehensive consideration of the philosophical issues of tourism represents one such significant knowledge gap. A key aim of this book therefore is to provide an initial mapping of, and fresh insights into this territory. In doing so it discusses key philosophical questions in the field such as What is tourism? Who is a tourist? What is wisdom? What is it to know something? What is the nature of reality? Why are some destinations considered beautiful? Why is tourism desirable? What is good and bad tourism? What are desirable ends? These and similar topics are addressed this book under the headings of truth, beauty and virtue.

Tourism Religion And Spiritual Journeys

Author: Dallen Timothy
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134257562
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Tourism Religion And Spiritual Journeys from the Author: Dallen Timothy. Religion and spirituality are still among the most common motivations for travel - many major tourism destinations have developed largely as a result of their connections to sacred people, places and events. Providing a comprehensive assessment of the primary issues and concepts related to this intersection of tourism and religion, this revealing book gives a balanced discussion of both the theoretical and applied subjects that destination planners, religious organizations, scholars, and tourism service providers must deal with on a daily basis. Bringing together a distinguished list of contributors, this volume takes a global approach and incorporates substantial empirical cases from Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Roman Catholicism, Mormonism, New Ageism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and the spiritual philosophies of East Asia. On a conceptual level, it considers, amongst other topics: contested heritage the pilgrim-tourist dichotomy secularization of pilgrimage experiences religious humanism educational aspects of religious tourism commodification of religious icons and services. A vibrant collection of essays, this outstanding book discusses many important practices, paradigms, and problems that are currently being examined and debated. It raises an array of significant and interesting questions and as such is a valuable resource for students, scholars and researchers of tourism, religion and cultural studies.

Transformational Tourism

Author: Yvette Reisinger
Publisher: CABI
ISBN: 1780642091
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Transformational Tourism from the Author: Yvette Reisinger. This book deals with the issue of how travel and tourism, if developed in a proper form, can contribute to human transformation, growth and development, and change human behaviour and our relationship with the world. The volume investigates the experiences offered by travel and tourism that can change travellers as human beings and their relationships and interactions with natural, socio-cultural, economic, political and technological environments. The book has been published in two volumes. This first volume focuses on the tourist perspective and the tourist self. It consists of 16 chapters covering different types of tourism, including: wellness, retreat, religious and spiritual tourism; extreme sports, backpacking and cultural tourism; WWOOFing and ecotourism; and volunteer and educational tourism. This book is primarily intended for tourism students and tourism programmes in business and non-business schools. However, it could also appeal to students, academics and professionals from disciplines that deal with human development and behavioural changes.