Research Into Tourism Space In Poland At The “Geographical Centre” In Łódź
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The study of tourism space as a whole has become the domain of tourism geographers. As a matter of fact, it can be put forward that tourism space as a functionally distinctive part of geographical space (Liszewski 1995) is the basic object of study in this discipline. Due to their comprehensive approach to the problem, geographers are best prepared for studying spatial phenomena such as tourism. The original features of tourism space, distinguishing it from other functional spaces, should be reflected on. In this case, the first things that come to mind include hospitality, organisation, safety etc. (Kaczmarek J. et al. 2008, 2010, Kaczmarek S. and Kaczmarek J. 2011). Due to the fact that they are difficult to define and study, these features have not been thoroughly discussed in academic publications. Tourism space as a particular “complex construction” should undergo a dual analysis. One aspect is a structural study of (with the use of the “planes” described above) its constituents. There has been a lot of research into tourism assets and attractions, tourism management (infrastructure) and tourism, which allow researchers to delimit and define some of its characteristic features. However, only studying the relations among space constituents will let us fully define the nature of tourism space.
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