Dann, G.M.S. () Anomie, Ego-Enhancement and Tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 4, (77) Anomie, ego-enhancement and tourism. Add to My Bookmarks Title: Annals of Tourism Research; ISSN: ; Short title: Annals of Tourism Research. Explore the motivations that explain the factors in which influence a tourist to travel. Push & Pull Dann, M. S. () Anomie, Ego-Enhancement and Tourism .

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Visitors’ satisfaction with heritage sites in New Zealand: An evaluation of the efficacy of interpretation within Dartmoor National Park in achieving sustainable tourism goals: Equilibrium would be resorted at the conclusion of the vacation after the needs of the tourist had been meet in order to relieve the tension in the motivational system Howard and Sheth The Sacred Journey Previous: Here’s an example of what they look like:. Dennison NashAnne V. The framework consists of the following 6 steps:.


Ling Guan 1 Estimated H-index: Sunlust describes those “vacations in which are motivated by the desire to experience different or better amenities for a specific purpose than are available in the environment in which one normally lives” Crompton,p.

Crompton states that the essence of a vacation was the individual having a break from their typical routine and within most theories of motivation the concept of a stable equilibrium is either stated or implied NcNeal, At the empirical level, the study evaluates the above two concepts in the light of a recent investigation of visitors’ attitudes to Barbados.

Crompton distinguishes 7 socio-psychological motives: The Australian international pleasure travel market: Motivation of pleasure travel and tourism.

McKennell 6 Estimated H-index: Merton 56 Estimated H-index: Lundberg 1 Estimated H-index: Anthropology in the World – lecture readings Section: An examination of the effects of motivation and satisfaction on destination loyalty: Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates.

However the theory was largely criticized as it was not evident ego-enhancemetn tourists indeed climbed a ladder. North-West University Potchefstroom Campus. The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. Whist many required to visit a new unexplored destination at the same time there are those that visited the same destination each year Crompton, Dann simply explains push factors as the motive that drives a tourist away from home and pull factors as the motives in which drive a tourist towards a destination.


You can filter on reading intentions from the listas well as view them within your profile. Here’s an example of what they look like: The tourist career ladder nad identified by Pearce and explained that the more experience a tourists gained their motives were more likely to change as compared to a tourist with little experience. Cited Source Add To Collection.

Anomie, ego-enhancement and tourism

Muzaffer Uysal 1 Estimated H-index: It is further argued that the presence of such factors is conducive to the creation of a fantasy world, one to which he plans a periodic escape. The Economic and Philosophical Manuscripts.

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