Revista de turism - studii si cercetari in turism

REVISTA DE TURISM (RDT) - is a biennial publication of tourism studies and researches within the Economics, Business Administration and Tourism Department of Economic Sciences and Public Administration Faculty - "Stefan cel Mare" University of Suceava, Romania.

The emerged necessity of a journal with a tourist's profile in the publishing space of Suceava County and Romania is obvious if we take into account, besides the notoriety of the tourist's area of Bucovina, the existence of a higher education institution with a consolidated tradition within "Stefan cel Mare" University of Suceava.

The tourism journal is conceived and edited by the members of Economics, Business Administreation and Tourism Department within the Faculty of Economic Sciences and Public Administration - "Stefan cel Mare" University of Suceava.

The tourism journal aims to be an analytic instrument of presentation for both of the realities from the practice corresponding to the tourist's sector and of the theory rediscovered in the specialized literature of this field. RDT provides a forum for academics and practitioners to contribute to the body of knowledge on hospitality. Taking into account the dynamic change in industry and consumers with ever more demanding expectations, RDT aims to develop the platform where new theoretical and practical topics are presented. 

Our proposal is to reveal the tourism issue from a disciplinary point of view by presenting works with scientific and publishing quality that bring up theories, models and researches, but also analyses concentrated on some phenomena of interest from the tourism area, in a national, European and international perspective.

We will approach and discuss upon different aspects of interest both for the ones who consider the events of the tourism area from an observable perspective and a scientific analyze and for the ones directly concerned in the tourism sector.

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No 22 (2016)

Table of Contents

DOES SOCIAL CAPITAL INFLUENCE RESIDENT’S ATTITUDES TOWARDS TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN SRI LANKA? PDF
Lin LI, Sisira Kumara NARADDA GAMAGE, Alexandru Mircea NEDELEA, Ihtisham ul HAQ
Antecedents of perceived value and its impact on tourist satisfaction: A Bangladesh perspective study PDF
Mohammed ALAMGIR, Alexandru Mircea NEDELEA
CONSIDERATIONS REGARDING THE EMPLOYEE SATISFACTION FROM SOME HOTEL UNITS. AN ECONOMETRICS APPROACH PDF
Manuela GOGONEA, Marian Zaharia
An overview on the negative impacts of tourism PDF
Cristi Frent
HUMAN ACTIVITIES AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AT CULTURAL HERITAGE SITES: FOCUS ON GREAT ZIMBABWE PDF
Forbes Kabote, Pamela Chipungu, Patrick Walter Mamimine, Zororo Muranda
Residents’ Attitudes, Intentions and Actual Engagement in Conservation of Built Heritage: Examining the Moderating Effect of Level of Tourism Development in Tanzania PDF
Noel Biseko Lwoga
THE CURRENT TRENDS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE INDUSTRY OF MEDICAL TOURISM PDF
Ionel BOSTAN, Teodora ROMAN, Cristina LAZAR, Adriana MANOLICA
CHALLENGES FOR ROMANIAN ECOTOURISM DESTINATIONS PDF
Ruxandra BEJINARU, Angela Nicoleta COZORICI
EXTREME TENDENCIES WITHIN THE TOURISM PHENOMENON PDF
SLUSARIUC GABRIELA CORINA
ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL COMPETITIVENESS PILLARS’ INFLUENCE UPON THE ROMANIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY PDF
Mihai COSTEA, Cristian Valentin HAPENCIUC, Ruxandra BEJINARU


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ISSN: 1844-2994