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A New Challenge: The Content And The Accessibility On The Spanish Tourist Web

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  • Domínguez Vila, Trinidad
  • Fraiz Brea, José Antonio

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The Internet has become a basic tool today, both labour and management relationships. If we speak about the tourism, the possibilities are lot. Internet can’t act only as an information tool but also as a channel manager and recruitment of diverse tourism products. I get to expand the segment of the market able to offer more specific products and according to specific needs. A part of these new beneficiaries are the disabled, temporarily restricted mobility and communication and the elderly people. They have depleted their capacity and therefore need a range of adjustments, specifications or changes related to tourism products to be consumed. It would be useful to the various official tourism websites of the different Autonomous Communities in Spain. They are the largest representative body with a diverse set of destinations and tourism products. Through analysis of access to the content and accessibility of the content of these pages. We reference to the action plan is being implemented with respect to the implementation of the National Plan of Accessibility 2004-2012.

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  • Domínguez Vila, Trinidad & Fraiz Brea, José Antonio, 2009. "A New Challenge: The Content And The Accessibility On The Spanish Tourist Web," Revista Galega de Economía, University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business., vol. 18(1).
  • Handle: RePEc:sdo:regaec:v:18:y:2009:i:1_8
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