Sensory Dimensions Of Tourism

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Perception is being aware to the things through the physical senses especially sight. The way in which something is regarded, understood, or interpreted. This is someone’s ability to notice and own opinion on a thing. This is all about awareness, appreciation and understanding in a thing or event. Perception is a process where sensory information was translated into usable information (Funk and Wagnall’s New World Encyclopedia, 2016). In the assessment of the Perception of the Sensory Dimensions of young people regarding tourist products, the people in Targu Jiu, Romania focus on the tourist products that can help the consumer to better understand what will be the product that they will choose. They focus on the development of product even…show more content…
This impact is not always positive, thus new forms of tourism have developed, which tolerate a larger degree of sustainability and through which tourism can become a supportive and useful factor for the cultural heritage individuality of the area where tourism activities are performed. This section of the article looks into the two main features which are connected to the paper the cultural heritage and the tourism competitiveness. Cultural heritage signifies the combination of physical, tangible and intangible attributes of a group or society. The cultural heritage includes elements of tangible culture like buildings, works of art, landscapes, and gastronomy and intangible culture like traditions, language, folklore, music. The idea of heritage has not stopped to improve on new meanings and include new areas. This article aimed for satisfying a gap met in the scientific research and in the specialized literature. The cultural heritage in terms of tourism activities is of great importance, which goes beyond the simple social significance (Nica,…show more content…
In this article, it presents a market segmentation study of domestic and foreign tourists in Norway founded on their spoken preferences for new facilities in an alpine national park region. The planned facilities include a diversity of types and sizes, all possibly with different influences on the natural habitat. The shaping of national parks was from the very beginning of the 19th century, to a large amount justified by the parks’ social functions. The national parks in Norway have usually had a wilderness character of little importance of active management and care for facilities and services. Market segmentation is the division of a heterogeneous market into a number of smaller and more homogeneous sub markets. There are numerous methods of post hoc segmentation, with factor and clustering techniques used frequently. One exact method to post hoc segmentation is two-stage clustering. An important research mission for the tourism business is locating the most suitable and real basis for market segmentation (Veisten, Haukeland, Baardsen, Degnes-Odemark, & Grue,

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