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Tourism industry offers citizens travel services as well as provides employment opportunities and makes foreign exchange. Tourism industry for the global is similar to the economic development in a single country. Apparently, it plays a critical role in the future. With on-site questionnaire distribution and collection, customers of Caesar Park Hotel are sampled for the investigation. A total of 360 copies of questionnaires were distributed, and 257 valid copies were retrieved, with the retrieval rate of 71%. Each retrieved copy stands for a valid sample. SPSS is utilized for the data analysis and hypothesis test. The research results are concluded as below. 1. Moving Experience reveals partially positive effects on Efficiency in Operating Performance. 2. Moving Experience appears to have significantly positive effects on Growth in Operating Performance. 3. Moving Experience presents remarkably positive effects on Profitability in Operating Performance. 4. Population attributes show effects on the correlations between Moving Experience and Operating Performance.

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– 248 . Balaguer , J. and Cantavella-Jorda , M. ( 2002 ). Tourism as a long-run economic growth factor: the Spanish case . Applied Economics , 34 ( 7 ), 877 – 884

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, development and management of tourism: The case of Dangjia, an ancient village in China , Tourism Management , Vol. 56 , 2016 , pp. 52 ‒ 62 . [3] Yang G

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Orthodox kosher mass culture?

Food industry, hospitality industry, children’s holidays and open-air baths in the weekly paper of orthodox Jewry in Hungary, 1925–1944

Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Author:
Norbert Gleszer

Orthodox Jewry in Hungary received the trends to modernity with reservations. It subjected the phenomena trickling into the urbanising, modernising communities to strong community control. Nevertheless, it adopted many customs of the bourgeois and later the mass society. A special example of this alternative integration is the question of the Orthodox kosher adaptation of mass catering and the cult of the body. This involved keeping pace with new industrial technologies, creating a market for kosher food industry products, community supervision and the provision of food to suit the changed way of life of urban Orthodox Jewry. The cult of the body provides an example of mass culture that was to be incorporated or excluded: while children’s holidays and holidays were a religiously re-interpreted phenomenon, fashion in clothing and mixed-sex open-air bathing were to be sanctioned. Behind this lay the subordination of natural science to religion and the suppression by the community of modernity affecting religious life. Through the example of Orthodox Jewry in Hungary we can observe an alternative strategy for dealing with the emergence of mass society.

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The Hungarian terminology of wellness. The aim of this study is showing examples for interpreting the terms of Hungarian terminology of the wellness domain as it evolved during one decade. The domain of wellness provides an excellent model for the research of terminological problems, because it has developed from more traditional disciplines and professions (medicine, recreation, physiotherapy, etc.), and the necessary terminological harmonization has not been realized. Detailed examples will be shown for the national differences, the consequences of missing interpretation, the possibilities of ordering, and the necessity of harmonization. The results can be used in other fields of linguistics, for example in the study of theoretical and practical questions of translation.

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International Review of Applied Sciences and Engineering
Authors:
Norbert Novák
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Péter Miklós Kőmíves
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Mónika Harangi-Rákos
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Károly Pető

fejlesztési tervek tükrében ,” DETUROPE – Cent. Eur. J. Reg. Dev. Tourism , vol. 6 , no. 3 , pp. 97 – 111 , 2014 . [59] M. Harangi-Rákos and G. Szabó , “ The economic and social role of private farm sin Hungarian agriculture ,” Appl. Stud. Agribus

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Conflicts in the Work-Family Interface with the Selected Job Outcomes of Frontline Employees. Tourism Management , 28: 238–252. Kilic H. Relationships of Supervisor Support and Conflicts

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Tourism Sector as a Determinant of Reducing the Balance of Payments Deficit in the Republic of Serbia . Menadžment u Hotelijerstvu i Turizmu , 10 ( 2 ): 137 – 151 (in Croatian) . Kock , N. ( 2015 ): A Note on How to Conduct a Factor-Based PLS

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors:
M. Aloudat
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A. Papp
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N. Magyar
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L. Simon Sarkadi
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A. Lugasi

): Ínyencségek a múltból és a jelenből. A BGE-KVIK legjobb receptjei. (Delicacies from the past and the present. Best recipes from Budapest Business School Faculty of Commerce, Hospitality and Tourism), Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem, Kereskedelmi, Vendéglátóipari

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