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Special Interest Tourism Report
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Special Interest Tourism Report Reference details: Australian Bureau of Statistics 2006, online, 9502.0.55.001 - framework for Australian tourism statistics, 2003, viewed 14 August 2012. Source: Statistical information. Access to item: Easy – Available online.
Furthermore, the site defines tourism in various concepts in order to evaluate the preferences of the travellers. Moreover, the three prime elements associated with tourism, namely, consumer, product and supplier are discussed and classifications are provided where relevant. In addition, the site provides certain measures which should be taken care of by the tour operators especially while conducting adventurous tours such as wildlife tourism. Thus, the discussion can provide valuable insight to certain pertinent aspects related to wildlife tourism. Reference details: Allman, T. L. & et. al. 2009, ‘Exploring the motivations of base jumpers: extreme sport enthusiasts’, Journal of Sport & Tourism, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 229-247. Source: Journal article. Access to item: Easy – Journal held on campus. Relevance to this form of Special Interest Tourism: The article will evaluate the motivational factors which persuade an individual’s desire to participate in adventurous sports. The researchers approached the participants of ‘Base jumping’ for evaluating the motivational factors. The sport includes activities such as parachuting from buildings, bridges and high cliffs, in which the participants’ lives are at risks. In other words, they voluntarily take risks in performing the activities. The study will thus evaluate the tendencies of the participants in taking such life-challenging risks. ...
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