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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Gray however defines the same push and pull motives as ‘sunlust’ and ‘wanderlust’. Ref 70 Source Add To Collection. Traveler evoked, inept, and inert sets of vacation destinations. Visitors’ satisfaction with heritage sites in New Zealand: It makes it easy to scan through your lists and keep track of progress.
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Please log in to set a read status Setting a reading intention helps you organise your reading. You can filter on reading intentions from the listas well anomi view them within your profile. Crompton distinguishes 7 socio-psychological motives: However the theory was largely criticized as it was not evident that tourists indeed climbed a ladder.
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. While it could not be specifically identified why Crompton speculated that vacationers may have been primarily motivated by socio-psychological motives rather than cultural, have a restricted knowledge of the want satisfying attributes of other places or returning to a proven destination reduces risking an alternative unfamiliar place that may not produce the same satisfactory response.
The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. Powered by Create your own unique website with customizable templates. View touurism Source Cite this paper. An evaluation of the efficacy of interpretation within Dartmoor National Park in achieving sustainable tourism goals: Whist many required to visit a new unexplored destination at the same time there are those that visited the same destination each year Crompton, It is further argued that the presence of such factors is conducive to the creation of a fantasy world, one to which he plans evo-enhancement periodic escape.
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And alternative wanderlust is described as the “basic trait in human nature that causes some individuals to want to leave things with which they are familiar and to go and see at first hand different existing cultures and places” Crompton,p. 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.
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