Implications Of The Social Tourism On Quality Of Life
Appeared in the realization of convergence concerns of the collective welfare - as a necessary, but not sufficient - with the political process of asserting fundamental human rights, in which was included the right of resting and leisure, social tourism emerged as a distinct form of tourism, conducted by well-defined social measures to facilitate the vacation of those with the most limited access to relaxation, the extent of this participation is conditional on economic development and the importance that each country attaches social life in order to increase its quality. This paper tries to analyze several attempts to define social tourism to submit its specificity and show how this form of tourism participating in quality of life.
Volume (Year): XVIII/Supplement (2012)
Issue (Month): (November)
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