Research Studies on Tourism and Environment

José Mondejar-Jimenez (Editor)
University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

Series: Tourism and Hospitality Development and Management, Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: SOC000000

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Special issue: Resilience in breaking the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities
Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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The potential of environmental resources as tourist resources and the impact of tourism on these resources are an open research area and, because of its social and economic impact, arouse great interest among the social stakeholders. It is necessary to understand and measure their mutual influence in order to achieve positive mutual links between tourism and the environment. This new book addresses the interaction between tourism and the environment through several disciplines, a multidisciplinary perspective, and different theoretical and methodological approaches. In addition, this book presents a wide range of current research and promotes debate and analysis on this research. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface pp,ix-xvi

Chapter 1. APPLICATION OF ULTRASONIC WAVE IRRADIATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT EMPHASIS ON COST BENEFIT IN DAIRY WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
(N. Merdadi, A. Zahedi, A. Aghajani Yasini, A. R. Karbassi and A. Mohamadi Aghdam, University of Tehran, Iran)pp,1-12

Chapter 2. ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION AS A TOOL TO MEASURE AND PROMOTE ECO-INNOVATION IN THE TOURIST SECTOR
(Lluís Miret-Pastor, María-del-Val Segarra-Oña and Ángel Peiró-Signe, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain)pp,13-26

Chapter 3. ANALYSIS OF THE SPENDING OF PEOPLE ATTENDING A CULTURAL FESTIVAL: THE CUENCA RELIGIOUS MUSIC WEEK
(Juan-Antonio Mondéjar-Jiménez, María Cordente-Rodríguez, María-Leticia Meseguer-Santamaría, José Mondéjar-Jiménez and Manuel Vargas-Vargas, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)pp,27-42

Chapter 4. LOOKING FOR A NORTHERN REGION: ATTRIBUTES OF CHOICE
(Normand Bourgault, Patrice Leblanc, Judy-Ann Connelly and Ann Gervais, Universite de Quebec en Outaouais, Canada, and others)pp,43-56

Chapter 5. VISITORS PROFILE OF A MEDITERRANEAN GREEN CORRIDOR. CASE STUDY OF THE PARC FLUVIAL DEL TÚRIA (VALENCIA, SPAIN)
(María José Viñals, Zeina Halasa and Mireia Alonso-Monasterio, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain)pp,57-68

Chapter 6. SEGMENTATION OF TOURISTS AND DAY-TRIPPERS IN CASTILLA-LA MANCHA (SPAIN). MAIN DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES
(Águeda Esteban-Talaya, Carlota Lorenzo-Romero and María-del-Carmen Alarcón-del-Amo, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)pp.69-88

Chapter 7. TOURISTIC SECTOR COMPANIES AT THE WARSAW STOCK EXCHANGE
(Krzysztof Kompa and Dorota Witkowska, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland)pp,89-110

Chapter 8. OVERBOOKING AS A DOUBLE-SELLING PRACTICE IN THE TOURIST INDUSTRY: A BRIEF VIEW FROM SPANISH JURISPRUDENCE
(María Valmaña Ochaíta, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
pp,111-118
Chapter 9. HUNTING AND THE ENVIRONMENT
(Pilar Domínguez Martínez, University of Castilla-LaMancha, Spain)
pp,119-132
Chapter 10. MONUMENTAL TREE HERITAGE AS URBAN TOURIST ATTRACTION
(Francisca Ramón-Fernández, Lourdes Canós-Darós and Cristina Santandreu-Mascarell, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain)
pp,133-144

Chapter 11. MODELING DIMENSIONS OF THE TOURIST SATISFACTION: THE CULTURAL/HERITAGE CASE OF TOLEDO
(Gema Fernández-Avilés, José-María Montero Lorenzo and Jean Pierre Lévy-Mangin, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain and others)
pp,145-156
Chapter 12. LUXURY RESORTS AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN THE MALDIVES
(Blanca de-Miguel-Molina, María de-Miguel-Molina and Mariela Rumiche-Sosa, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain)
pp,157-168
Chapter 13. TOWARDS AN EXPLANATORY MODEL OF INNOVATION IN THE CULTURAL TOURISM DISTRICTS
(Pedro M. García-Villaverde, Dioni Elche-Hortelano, María J. Ruiz-Ortega, Gloria Parra-Requena, Pilar Valencia-De Lara, Ángela Martínez-Pérez, Job Rodrigo-Alarcón and Miguel Toledo-Picazo, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)pp,169-188

Chapter 14. YOU ARE AN ORDER CITIZEN, ARE YOU? THEN, WHY DON’T YOU SEPARATE SELECTIVELY YOUR TRASH? AN EXPERIMENTAL TEST
(Marta Magadán and Jesús Rivas, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain)
pp,189-200
Chapter 15. ADVERTISING, UNFAIR COMMERCIAL PRACTICES AND CONSUMER PROTECTION IN SPAIN
(María Ángeles Zurilla Cariñana, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)pp,201-210

Chapter 16. SOME ISSUES ABOUT THE INVIOLABILITY OF THE HOTEL ESTABLISHMENT IN SPANISH LAW
(Silvia Valmaña Ochaíta, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
pp,211-222
Chapter 17. A HISTORICAL VIEW ABOUT THE LIABILITY BY SAFEKEEPING IN THE PARKING BUSINESS
(Alicia Valmaña Ochaíta, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
pp,223-236
Chapter 18. ECOTOURISM CAPABILITY IN SENSITIVE WETLAND CONSERVATION, CASE STUDY: CHEQAKHOR WETLAND, CENTRAL IRAN
(Homa Irani Behbahani, Hassan Darabi and Zhale Shokouhi, Tehran University, Iran) pp,237-252

Chapter 19. VINEYARD SITE QUALIFICATION AS A STRATEGY FOR VALUE CREATION IN WINE TOURISM: THE CASE OF “D.O. DE PAGO” PRODUCERS IN THE SPANISH REGION OF CASTILLA-LA MANCHA
(Ricardo Martínez Cañas and Pablo Ruiz Palomino, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)pp,253-268

Chapter 20. THE UNIFORM SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS FOR THE LODGING INDUSTRY AND XBRL: DEVELOPMENT AND EXCHANGE OF HOMOGENEOUS INFORMATION
(Adelaida Ciudad Gómez, University of Extremadura, Spain)pp,269-280

Chapter 21. TOURISM: ACCESSIBLE DESTINATION?
(Isabel Mª Ferrandiz Vindel, Jose Luis González Geraldo and Ana Mª Bordallo Jaén, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)pp,281-288

Chapter 22. THE TEACHING OF SPANISH AS A SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE FOR TOURISM
(Pilar Taboada-de-Zúñiga Romero, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spainpp,289-312

Chapter 23. CONNECTING URBAN AND RURAL AREAS THROUGH A GREEN CORRIDOR. CASE STUDY OF TURIA FLUVIAL PARK (VALENCIA, SPAIN)
(María José Viñals, Maryland Morant and Pau Alonso-Monasterio, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain)pp,313-324

Chapter 24. SUSTAINABLE FOREST MANAGEMENT IN THE LAW 3/2008 OF CASTILLA LA MANCHA AND ADJUSTMENT TO STATE LAW AND THE EUROPEAN UNION ON THE MATTER
(Jose Antonio Moreno Molina, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
pp,325-334
Chapter 25. RECOGNITION OF THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE LOCAL SPANISH IN CASES OF NOISE
(A. Patricia Domínguez Alonso, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain) pp,335-342

Index pp,343-356

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