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Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/09669582.2020.1755295

Beyond accessibility: exploring the representation of people with disabilities in tourism promotional materials

04 Mar 2021-Journal of Sustainable Tourism (Routledge)-Vol. 29, pp 295-313
Abstract: Globally, over one billion people experience some form of disability. The number of people with disabilities (PWDs) continues to rise due to an ageing population, the spread of chronic diseases, an...

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Topics: Tourism (52%), Population ageing (51%)
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Open access
01 Jan 2016-
Abstract: Thank you for downloading tourism promotion and power creating images creating identities. Maybe you have knowledge that, people have search numerous times for their favorite books like this tourism promotion and power creating images creating identities, but end up in malicious downloads. Rather than enjoying a good book with a cup of coffee in the afternoon, instead they are facing with some infectious bugs inside their computer.

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Topics: Promotion (rank) (59%), Tourism (57%)

79 Citations


Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.3390/SU12229722
21 Nov 2020-Sustainability
Abstract: Accessibility constitutes one important consideration in the field of scholarship relating to inclusive tourism development because it is fundamentally about the inclusion of people with disabilities in tourism and in society. This conceptual paper maps how accessible tourism is currently positioned against an established framework of inclusive tourism development and gives examples of relevant accessible tourism studies to recommend a future agenda for more inclusive outcomes that move towards sustainability. The seven elements of Scheyvens and Biddulph’s (2018) conceptual framework for inclusive tourism development form an appropriate and useful tool upon which to examine the current state of accessible tourism. The application of this framework reveals that we still have some way to go. We conclude this paper with a future agenda that posits attention to all seven elements of the inclusive tourism framework for accessible tourism, notably, to increase the involvement of people with disabilities as tourism producers and consumers; increase their self-representation and participation in decision-making; transform power relations; reimagine tourism places and people; and break down social barriers. We especially urge researchers to examine the dominant ableist discourse, to consider how our inquiry can be more participatory and inclusive, and to seek to bridge inquiry, industry and community.

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Topics: Accessible tourism (68%), Tourism (66%), Conceptual framework (52%)

15 Citations


Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/15470148.2020.1814470
Soyoung Boo1, Miyoung Kim2Institutions (2)
Abstract: While the percentage of the population with disabilities is growing, little research has been reported to date on documenting disability accommodations at meetings and events. By using a combined a...

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Topics: Population (55%)

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.51359/2526-7884.2021.246110
01 Jan 2021-
Abstract: O uso do Marketing sensorial vem se disseminando pela capacidade de criar experiencias marcantes aos consumidores, que com o estimulo adequado, reagem ou criam memorias a respeito da marca. No entanto, nem todos os consumidores podem receber informacoes ou estimulos por meio de todos os sentidos, o que, em muitos casos pode significar alienacao e falta de interacao com as marcas. O objetivo deste trabalho foi analisar como estrategias de marketing sensorial sao percebidas por consumidores com deficiencia auditiva e visual. A metodologia foi classificada como descritiva e exploratoria, com abordagem qualitativa na coleta e analise de dados. Realizou-se uma pesquisa de campo e a entrevistas semiestruturadas. A analise dos dados se deu por analise de conteudo. Pode-se observar que os deficientes sensoriais sao limitados nas suas escolhas, por falta de acessibilidade, principalmente quando a comunicacao da marca nao consegue atingir completamente os publicos, ja que um aspecto sensorial diferente poderia ser usado para pessoas que possuem alguma limitacao. Por mais que o marketing sensorial aproxima-se estrategicamente das pessoas, sozinho nao consegue comunicar-se plenamente com este publico. Os deficientes sensoriais conseguem realizar compras, mas poucos desenvolvem preferencias pessoais, e quando possuem, baseaim-se em influencia de familiares, amigos e conhecidos.

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1108/WHATT-07-2020-0068
Abstract: Inclusive tourism has the potential to counter balance some of the disadvantages relating to tourism development and effectively exert positive impacts on society at large and specifically on tourist destinations. However, there is a research gap in studies on inclusiveness related to the promotional efforts of national destination management organizations.,Data science-based methods, mainly text mining and image mining, were used to analyze both the explicit and implicit content in text and images in the English brochures published by nine European official destination management organizations.,Results highlighted that the countries' attitudes towards inclusion were aligned with what the countries’ destination management organizations were promoting, especially in the case of highly ranked countries on an inclusiveness index. However, there were differences between their explicit content (what they write in text) and their implicit content (what they show in images).,The combined analysis of text and image content allowed for a complete understanding as to how national’s destination management organizations are promoting inclusion, showing that destination management organizations should make an effort in improving their promotional material and above all the images they use.

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Topics: Tourism (55%)

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Open accessBook
Johnny Saldaña1Institutions (1)
05 Mar 2009-
Abstract: An Introduction to Codes and Coding Chapter Summary Purposes of the Manual What Is a Code? Codifying and Categorizing What Gets Coded? The Mechanics of Coding The Numbers of Codes Manual and CAQDAS Coding Solo and Team Coding Necessary Personal Attributes for Coding On Method Writing Analytic Memos Chapter Summary The Purposes of Analytic Memo-Writing What Is an Analytic Memo? Examples of Analytic Memos Coding and Categorizing Analytic Memos Grounded Theory and Its Coding Canon Analytic Memos on Visual Data First-Cycle Coding Methods Chapter Summary The Coding Cycles Selecting the Appropriate Coding Method(s) Overview of First-Cycle Coding Methods The Coding Methods Profiles Grammatical Methods Elemental Methods Affective Methods Literary and Language Methods Exploratory Methods Forms for Additional First-Cycle Coding Methods Theming the Data Procedural Methods After First-Cycle Coding Chapter Summary Post-Coding Transitions Eclectic Coding Code Mapping and Landscaping Operational Model Diagramming Additional Transition Methods Transitioning to Second-Cycle Coding Methods Second-Cycle Coding Methods Chapter Summary The Goals of Second-Cycle Methods Overview of Second-Cycle Coding Methods Second-Cycle Coding Methods Forms for Additional Second-Cycle Coding Methods After Second-Cycle Coding Chapter Summary Post-Coding and Pre-Writing Transitions Focusing Strategies From Coding to Theorizing Formatting Matters Writing about Coding Ordering and Re-Ordering Assistance from Others Closure Appendix A: A Glossary of Coding Methods Appendix B: A Glossary of Analytic Recommendations Appendix C: Field Note, Interview Transcript and Document Samples for Coding Appendix D: Exercises and Activities for Coding and Qualitative Data Analytic Skill Development References Index

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20,106 Citations


Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.17265/2159-5313/2016.09.003
28 Sep 2016-Philosophy study
Abstract: There has been a shift from the general presumption that “doctor knows best” to a heightened respect for patient autonomy. Medical ethics remains one-sided, however. It tends (incorrectly) to interpret patient autonomy as mere participation in decisions, rather than a willingness to take the consequences. In this respect, medical ethics remains largely paternalistic, requiring doctors to protect patients from the consequences of their decisions. This is reflected in a one-sided account of duties in medical ethics. Medical ethics may exempt patients from obligations because they are the weaker or more vulnerable party in the doctor-patient relationship. We argue that vulnerability does not exclude obligation. We also look at others ways in which patients’ responsibilities flow from general ethics: for instance, from responsibilities to others and to the self, from duties of citizens, and from the responsibilities of those who solicit advice. Finally, we argue that certain duties of patients counterbalance an otherwise unfair captivity of doctors as helpers.

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Topics: Nursing ethics (83%), Medical ethics (65%)

9,859 Citations


Open accessBook
01 Jan 1990-
Abstract: Introduction - Disability Definitions: The Politics of Meaning - The Cultural Production of Impairment and Disability - Disability and the Rise of Capitalism - The Ideological Construction of Disability - The Structuring of Disabled Identities - The Social Construction of the Disability Problem - The Politics of Disablement: Existing Possibilities - The Politics of Disablement: New Social Movements - Postscript: The Wind is Blowing - Bibliography - Index

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2,257 Citations


Journal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/02674649266780451
01 Jan 1992-

1,570 Citations


Open accessBook
26 May 1983-
Abstract: Preface.- Introduction: Setting the Scene.- Social Work and Disability: Old and New Directions.- Impairment, Disability and Research.- Relationships and Families.- Independent Living and Personal Assistance.- Independent Living: The Wider Social Policy and Legal Context.- Independent Living: Vulnerability and Safeguarding.- Conclusion - Future Directions.

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Topics: Independent living (62%), Social work (58%), Social policy (56%) ... show more

759 Citations


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