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Ada Acovitsióti-Hameau

Bio: Ada Acovitsióti-Hameau is an academic researcher. The author has co-authored 1 publications.

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01 Jan 2019
TL;DR: The terracing of sloping, rocky, and hilly land is man's answer to the physical environment's potentialities and constraints as mentioned in this paper, and it sets up singular territories where nature and culture are tightly linked.
Abstract: The terracing of sloping, rocky, and hilly land is man’s answer to the physical environment’s potentialities and constraints. It sets up singular territories where nature and culture are tightly linked. The places of action and life thus created report a high level of symbiosis between inhabitants/users and used time/spaces. This symbiosis defines the quality of the areas where humans live, the ecoumene as explained by Augustin Berque (Berque in Ecoumene, Introduction a l’etude des milieux humains. Belin, Paris, 2000). Acquainted to a put in writing of the relief, these arrangements tangibly mark the way users—permanent, seasonal, or passers-by—perceive the territory. Expressed by tracing and by artifacts widely executed in dry stone, this “writing on the soil” conforms and orders space and establishes a network of relationships concerning family; neighborhood; production; cooperation; and structuring societies, land property, and technical systems. Functional efficiency and aesthetics create another register of shared perceptions, which gives meaning to forms of the landscape, to constructed works, and to modes of building, conferring an identity recorded by the collective memoirs. These perpetual comings and goings established between the territory’s reality and its representation, this fertile trajectivity —to paraphrase Gerard Chouquer—between the material and the mental, justify and legitimize attention to and care for terraced lands because, beyond the universe of forms and production of goods, these sets help us appreciate lifestyles and think about man’s way of being in the world.

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TL;DR: In this paper , the results obtained by correlating the cognitive states of individuals resulting from the "natural sociability-social experience-social environment" approach in touristic travel with the cruise tourism type in the Black Sea basin are examined with empirical methods.
Abstract: Cruise tourism and tourism routes directed to the natural and cultural landscape areas of the region constitute the paradigm of this study, which is considered as an alternative tourism type in the Black Sea basin. With this paradigm developed for international port cities that have coasts on the Black Sea basin, each dynamic of the cultural, social, and economic values of the cities at national and international levels are approached as a phenomenon in this study. In this study, the results obtained by correlating the cognitive states of individuals resulting from the "natural sociability-social experience-social environment" approach in touristic travel with the cruise tourism type in the Black Sea basin are examined with empirical methods. In addition to correlation and regression analysis, landscape planning and design criteria are also used in route planning to reveal the causal relationships between cruise tourism experiences and people's destination loyalty. Both the sustainability of the attraction of natural and cultural landscape areas in destination loyalty and the positive conscience gained from the tourism experiences the people are examined with proactive solution suggestions in this study. In this context, with cruise tourism, which is suggested as an alternative tourism type for cities on the coast of the Black Sea basin, a management model for touristic routes is developed by providing opportunities both for the people to experience different tourism activities and the development of regional tourism.

2 citations

Journal ArticleDOI
31 Dec 2022
TL;DR: In this article , the results obtained by correlating the cognitive states of individuals resulting from the "natural sociability-social experience-social environment" approach in touristic travel with the cruise tourism type in the Black Sea basin are examined with empirical methods.
Abstract: Cruise tourism and tourism routes directed to the natural and cultural landscape areas of the region constitute the paradigm of this study, which is considered as an alternative tourism type in the Black Sea basin. With this paradigm developed for international port cities that have coasts on the Black Sea basin, each dynamic of the cultural, social, and economic values of the cities at national and international levels are approached as a phenomenon in this study. In this study, the results obtained by correlating the cognitive states of individuals resulting from the "natural sociability-social experience-social environment" approach in touristic travel with the cruise tourism type in the Black Sea basin are examined with empirical methods. In addition to correlation and regression analysis, landscape planning and design criteria are also used in route planning to reveal the causal relationships between cruise tourism experiences and people's destination loyalty. Both the sustainability of the attraction of natural and cultural landscape areas in destination loyalty and the positive conscience gained from the tourism experiences the people are examined with proactive solution suggestions in this study. In this context, with cruise tourism, which is suggested as an alternative tourism type for cities on the coast of the Black Sea basin, a management model for touristic routes is developed by providing opportunities both for the people to experience different tourism activities and the development of regional tourism.

1 citations

Journal ArticleDOI
31 Dec 2022
TL;DR: In this article , the results obtained by correlating the cognitive states of individuals resulting from the "natural sociability-social experience-social environment" approach in touristic travel with the cruise tourism type in the Black Sea basin are examined with empirical methods.
Abstract: Cruise tourism and tourism routes directed to the natural and cultural landscape areas of the region constitute the paradigm of this study, which is considered as an alternative tourism type in the Black Sea basin. With this paradigm developed for international port cities that have coasts on the Black Sea basin, each dynamic of the cultural, social, and economic values of the cities at national and international levels are approached as a phenomenon in this study. In this study, the results obtained by correlating the cognitive states of individuals resulting from the "natural sociability-social experience-social environment" approach in touristic travel with the cruise tourism type in the Black Sea basin are examined with empirical methods. In addition to correlation and regression analysis, landscape planning and design criteria are also used in route planning to reveal the causal relationships between cruise tourism experiences and people's destination loyalty. Both the sustainability of the attraction of natural and cultural landscape areas in destination loyalty and the positive conscience gained from the tourism experiences the people are examined with proactive solution suggestions in this study. In this context, with cruise tourism, which is suggested as an alternative tourism type for cities on the coast of the Black Sea basin, a management model for touristic routes is developed by providing opportunities both for the people to experience different tourism activities and the development of regional tourism.