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Influence of lodging tax network to promote tourism in Mexico City

Tomas Cuevas-Contreras Laura Carrillo (2021)

This document reviews the implementation of lodging tax to promote tourism in the Mexican capital, considering their management through the Fondo Mixto de Promoción Turística (Mutual Fund of Tourism) of Mexico City by exploring relational stakeholders. The methodology considers deskwork and the quali-quantitative approach to the phenomenon of study. To do various approaches to management assessment, it´s benefits in promoting and branding the destination support are explored. The analysis is by visualization of networks that show the interrelationship of factors influence among the actors and stakeholders in the tourism dynamics, this representing the reticularity perspective regarding extraordinary taxation and it is influence in image promoting

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Branding tourism lodging tax reticularity turismo impuesto hotelero reticularidad CIENCIAS SOCIALES CIENCIAS SOCIALES

The public-private confluence of interests between urban and real estate marketing. The case of the Mitikah Ciudad Viva project

Ana Paula Montes Ruiz (2021)

The shift from a managerial to an entrepreneurial approach establishes a new form of urban governance based on a broader coalition of forces in which public-private partnerships have taken place. The Xoco-Mitikah urban conflict shows that the confluence of interests between the real estate and urban tourism industry embraces the common goal of designing an urban experience that makes the competitive advantages of Southern Mexico City profitable for both. Mitikah’s real estate marketing analysis showed that, through the promotion highlights of the South, the conflictive socio-territorial relationships that emerge along with the construction of real estate megaprojects are emotionally and affectively mediated.

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urban conflict real estate marketing social media urban tourism conflicto urbano marketing inmobiliario redes sociales turismo urbano HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS DE LA CONDUCTA HUMANIDADES Y CIENCIAS DE LA CONDUCTA

The construction of tourism in new destinations: Lights and shades. A case study: La Rioja (Spain)

Sergio Andrés Nuria Esther Pascual Bellido (2021)

In the last two decades, almost any place has become a tourist destination, reflecting the value of their resources, whatever they are (nature, rural, mountain, cultural, gastronomic, industrial, etc.). Yet, neither all of them were prepared for such purpose, nor the results that were expected have been achieved, with regard to developers and administration prospects. The aim of this paper is to analyze the evolution of tourism in La Rioja (Spain), a region which joined this sector very late, specifically, from the second half of the 1990s. To carry out this paper, secondary sources have been used. The literature on this subject is really sparse so, we have based the research on statistical sources, as well as, on the policy of institutional agencies and the actions taken by tourism stakeholders.

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Wine tourism cultural tourism rural tourism nature tourism La Rioja (Spain) Enoturismo turismo cultural turismo rural turismo de naturaleza La Rioja CIENCIAS SOCIALES CIENCIAS SOCIALES

Tourism constraints on transgender individuals in Mexico

JUAN CARLOS MONTERRUBIO CORDERO MARTHA MARIVEL MENDOZA ONTIVEROS Sheilla Rodriguez FRANCISCO JAVIER PEREZ FLORES (2020)

Artículo de investigación

Transgender or trans people are deeply affected by social stigma in a wide range of forms and contexts including family, school, neighbourhood, work and clinical settings. Studies have rarely focused on how stigmatisation affects trans individuals’ experiences of travel and tourism. This research sought to critically explore the constraints that prevent trans people from engaging in tourism in Mexico. We conducted in-depth interviews with 15 trans participants. Experiences related to intrapersonal, interpersonal and structural constraints on tourism were explored during interviews. The findings include that trans men and women do not experience tourism constraints equally, and interpersonal constraints are closely related to social stigma that in turn influence these individuals’ fear of being discriminated against, abused or killed while travelling or engaging in leisure activities. The results are discussed in light of leisure and tourism constraints theory. Managerial implications include ways that the tourism industry can contribute to reducing constraints for trans travellers.

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Trans tourism Tourism constraints Social stigma CIENCIAS SOCIALES

Indicadores de Sustentabilidad Turística en Comunidades Rurales Costeras.

CESAR DANIEL AGUILAR BECERRA (2020)

Tourism in Coastal Rural Communities (CRC's), has had significant growth around the world in the last 30 years. These types of communities are in different transformation processes according to the level of appropriation of the tourist activity as a new way of life. The evaluation of tourism sustainability is often carried out through the design, implementation, and monitoring of indicators. However, in rural areas, destinations regularly do not have statistical information to analyze the evolutionary process of tourism.

Doctoral thesis

Tourism development Social Network Analysis Ventura Beach Mexico Tourism in Rural Areas CIENCIAS SOCIALES GEOGRAFÍA GEOGRAFÍA REGIONAL GEOGRAFÍA RURAL

Nota técnica sobre la multidimensionalidad de las cadenas de valor en turismo: aspectos teóricos y conceptuales

ROSIO ALFONSINA FRIAS VARGAS (2015)

108 páginas. Maestría en Economía.

El presente documento tiene como propósito estudiar las cadenas de valor en turismo, identificar y describir los eslabones principales, características de sus actores, beneficios para las comunidades, los vínculos de las cadenas y las restricciones y oportunidades que posee la cadena en su conjunto. La cadena de valor se refiere a la gama de actividades que se requieren para que un producto o un servicio lleguen al consumidor final, con todas las etapas de producción, diseño y mercadeo que este conlleva. En el turismo, la cadena de valor se puede definir como la transferencia de los productos turísticos, lo que incluye a la gama de productos turísticos, intermediarios turísticos (tradicionales o de comercio electrónico) y los turistas, desde los suplidores hasta los consumidores, es decir, que los recursos turísticos, los canales de distribución y los turistas constituyen los eslabones de la cadena de valor del turismo.

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Master Degree Work

Tourism--Economic aspects. Turismo. Ciudades y pueblos -- Crecimiento. G155.A1 CIENCIAS SOCIALES CIENCIAS ECONÓMICAS ECONOMÍA SECTORIAL ECONOMÍA SECTORIAL. TURISMO

Desarrollo turístico, TLC y cambio social en la frontera sur de México: el caso de Quintana Roo

EDUARDO JOSE TORRES MALDONADO (1994)

En este trabajo analizo el caso de Quintana Roo, y particularmente Cancún, para estudiar un caso de crecimiento económico, sin precedentes en México, ocurrido durante la gestación y madurez de la "crisis económica" crisis que, a partir de los 80, fue un tema recurrente para contextualizar cualquier análisis, En realidad, lo que intentaremos demostrar es que, precisamente por la existencia de un proceso de crisis. se produjeron diversas transformaciones estructurales que propiciaron el crecimiento económico y la reincorporación a la economía internacional de diversas regiones y actividades productivas y de servicios, en el esquema descrito de la nueva división internacional del capital y el trabajo (NDICT).

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Tourism--Mexico--Quintana Roo (State). Tourism--Mexico--Cancún. Quintana Roo (Mexico : State)--Economic conditions. Quintana Roo (Mexico : State)--Social conditions. Turismo. Economía regional. G155.M6 CIENCIAS SOCIALES CIENCIAS ECONÓMICAS ECONOMÍA SECTORIAL ECONOMÍA SECTORIAL. TURISMO