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The Use of Network Analysis to Assess Relationships Among Stakeholders Within a Tourism Destination: An Empirical Investigation on Costa Smeralda-Gallura, Italy
Giacomo Del Chiappa and Angelo Presenza

Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Tourism: A Differential Passage Out of a Sociocultural Bubble to the “Open Space”
Yoel Mansfeld and Lee Cahaner

Community Case Study Research: Researcher Operacy, Embeddedness, and Making Research Matter
Dianne Dredge, Rob Hales, and Tazim Jamal

Assessing Visitors Preference of Various Roles of Tour Guides in the Himalayas
Surya Poudel, Gyan P. Nyaupane, and Dallen J. Timothy

Service Quality Perception and Satisfaction in a New Zealand Festivalscape: Buying Behavior Effects
Johan Bruwer

Leisure Travel Patterns of Zimbabwe’s Urban Population and Their Predictors
Oliver Chikuta, Njabulo Nkomazana, and Cleopas Njerekai

Reviewing the Web Features of Travel Agents in Singapore
Wai Mun Lim, Mohamed Abou-Shouk, and Phil Megicks

Research Notes

Tourism and the Services Sector Growth in Singapore
Sajid Anwar and Abbas Valadkhani

Does Size Really Matter? An Investigation of Cruise Ship Size
Scott Lee

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Book Review

Slow Tourism: Experiences and Mobilities (Simone Fullagar, Kevin Markwell, and Erica Wilson, Editors)
Rodanthi Tzanelli

VOLUME 17, NUMBER 6

Rural Tourism Production and the Experience-Scape
Jean-Christophe Dissart and David W. Marcouiller

A Model of ICDT Internet Flows on Mobile Devices for the Travel and Tourism Consumer
Stephen Burgess, Carmine Sellitto, and Stan Karanasios

Efficiency of the Malaysian Hotel Industry: A Distance Function Approach
Ali Salman Saleh, A. George Assaf, and Hong Son Nghiem

Domestic Nature-Based Tourism: A Case Study of Norway
Nina K Prebensen and Aaron Tkaczynski

Preferences for Heritage Tourism Development Using a Choice Modeling Approach
Jason Draper, Chi-Ok Oh, and Rich Harrill

Cultural Differences in Tourism Web Communication: A Preliminary Study
Sangwon Park and Yvette Reisinger

Strategies and Challenges of Tourist Facilities Management in the World Heritage Site: Case of the Maritime Greenwich, London
Azizul Hassan and Katia Iankova

Machismo–Marianismo and the Involvement of Women in a Community-Based Tourism Project in Ecuador, South America
Lauren N. Duffy, Rasul A. Mowatt, H. Charles Chancellor, and David A. Cárdenas

Research Notes

Understanding Constraints and Their Impact on School Excursion Tourism
Naomi F. Dale, Brent W. Ritchie, and Byron W. Keating

Tourism, Conventional Wisdom, and the News Media
Rich Harrill and Ryan R. Peterson

Book Review

The British on Holiday—Charter Tourism, Identity and Consumption (Hazel Andrews)
Sotiroula Liasidou

Volume 17 Subject and Author Index

VOLUME 17, NUMBER 5

Measuring the Economic Impact of Migration-Induced Tourism
Peter Forsyth, Larry Dwyer, Neelu Seetaram, and Brian King

The Impact of TV Drama Attributes on Touristic Experiences at Film Tourism Destinations
Sangkyun (Sean) Kim

Examining a Supply-Side Predictive Model in Tourism Using Partial Least Squares Path Modeling: An Empirical Analysis at the Country Aggregate Level
Guy Assaker and Rob Hallak

Second-Home Ownership and Place Attachment: Drivers of Visitation, Word-of-Mouth Promotion, and Hosting
Brumby McLeod and James A. Busser

Experience Quality in the Different Phases of a Tourist Vacation: A Case Study of Northern Norway
Nina K. Prebensen, Eunju Woo, Joseph S. Chen, and Muzaffer Uysal

Organizational-Level RFID Technology Adoption in the Hospitality Industry
Ahmet Bulent Ozturk, Radesh Palakurthi, and Murat Hancer

To What Extent Do Wineries Study Their Consumers and Visitors? Implications for Wine Tourism Development
Abel Duarte Alonso, Alessandro Bressan, Michelle O’Shea, and Vlad Krajsic

Casino Development and Visitor Satisfaction: A Case of Korea
Woo-Hee Byun, Bon-Ki Koo, and Timothy Jeonglyeol Lee

Research Notes

Eilat Syndrome: Deviant Behavior Among Temporary Hotel Workers
Yaniv Belhassen

Applications of Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling in Tourism Research: A Methodological Review
Guy Assaker, Songshan (Sam) Huang, and Rob Hallak

Book Review

Polar Tourism: Human, Environmental and Governance Dimensions (Patrick Maher, Emma Stewart, and Michael Lück)
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We decided to concentrate on four phenomena of which two each were related across the disciplines: texts with a more or less obvious graphological significance ( and the poems by McGough and Carroll) and texts with a more ambiguous nature of the signs involved (logos and cummings' "In Just-"). We started by going , discussing the structure and effect of . The ad lends itself to identifying the typical elements of an advertisement, and therefore presents a good opportunity to discuss the relation between linguistic and paralinguistic message. Thus we had reviewed and applied the first part of the information from the textbook and could go on to transfer that knowledge to poems. This is relatively unproblematic for the McGough poem. After a short lecture on graphical poems aided by the and some remarks on e.e. cummings we proceeded to the more complicated analysis of "In Just-", with its specific spacing, its contractions and unusual capitalisations. Since this was only the second session, we still worked a lot with instructor-led discussions in which we gave a lot of input, asked closed questions, and recorded results carefully on the blackboard. We also did not want to switch back and forth too much between disciplines at this early point in the course, so we continued with poetry and looked at Carroll's "Mouse's Tale". This is a poem which again is more openly graphological, but the graphic message is more ambiguous than in McGough's poem as: the mouse may disappear and, by implication, die, it may leave a trail of flight and survive, or the form of the poem may stand for a question mark implying an open ending. This gave us a chance to talk about iconicity and to review Peirce's categorisation of signs which students had already encountered in their reading assignment. Finally, this exploration of signs in terms of how they signify served as a transition to the discussion of logos which generated debate about whether logos can be regarded as indices, symbols or icons.

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