Read by Peter Johnson. Peter Johnson is a television producer and writer as well as a comic book writer. Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this name. Books by Peter Johnson
Read by Peter Johnson. Books by Peter Johnson.
Coping with Tourists: European Reactions to Mass Tourism.
Coping with Tourists: European Reactions to Mass Tourism. ed. Oxford, England: Berghahn Books, 1996. 264 p. nternational Tourism: Identity and Change. Marie- Frangoise Lanfant, John B. Allcock. and Edward M. Bruner.
by Peter Johnson (Author), Barry Thomas (Author).
This work highlights key aspects of choice and demand in tourism, such as different types . Johnson, Barry Thomas.
This work highlights key aspects of choice and demand in tourism, such as different types of tourists, their motivation, factors which affect their choice of activities, and demand and forecasting models. The analysis of tourism demand is of considerable relevance in most countries around the world and tourist activity is increasingly significant from an ecomic point of view, with implications for employment, transportation and regional development .
Peter Robert Johnson, is a Birkenhead-based businessman and football investor. The son of a butcher, Johnson helped run a family-owned business Park Foods, a supplier of Christmas hampers in the early 1990s. During this time, Johnson was an investor in Tranmere Rovers football club, during which time they rose from the foot of the Football League to the Championship, and was chairman of Everton .
Choice and Demand in Tourism. Learn More at LibraryThing. Peter Johnson at LibraryThing. ISBN 9780720121636 (978-0-7201-2163-6) Softcover, Thomson Learning, 1993. Find signed collectible books: 'Choice and Demand in Tourism'. The Economics of Small Firms.
Johnson, Peter and Barry Thomas. Choice and Demand in Tourism. London: Mansell Publishing, 1992. Middleton, Victor, Alan Fyall, and Michael Morgan. Marketing in Travel and Tourism. A. Pritc hard, and R. Piggot, Destination Branding and the Role of the Stakeholders: The Case of New Zealand.
I purchased the book to prepare myself for a degree in cultural and literary studies. The book is excellent as a beginners book. The only problem is that it is too small for the range it covers. The informations are short and almost encyclopedic. The author usually connects only one person with a (cultural) period or an idea (for example Barthes with Post-structuralism or Derrida with Postmodernism). However, as I said, there is no better book for beginners.