T. 61.3, s. 27–49

Zagospodarowanie turystyczne strefy brzegowej jezior na potrzeby żeglarstwa – przykład Wielkich Jezior Mazurskich

Shore facilities for sailing – the example of Great Masurian Lakes

Sylwia Kulczyk
Uniwersytet Warszawski, Wydział Geografii i Studiów Regionalnych
e-mail: skulczyk@uw.edu.pl
Marta Derek
Uniwersytet Warszawski, Wydział Geografii i Studiów Regionalnych
Edyta Woźniak
Polska Akademia Nauk, Centrum Badań Kosmicznych

Słowa kluczowe: turystyka wodna, jeziora, zagospodarowanie turystyczne

Key words: water tourism, lakes, tourism facilities

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T. 68.1, s. 83-98

Research trends in film tourism: A bibliometric analysis using the WoS database

Trendy w badaniach nad turystyką filmową: analiza bibliometryczna z wykorzystaniem bazy danych Web of Science

Kartal Doğukan ÇIKI
Faculty of Economics, Administrative and Social Sciences
Istanbul Gelisim University (Turkey)
ORCID: 0000-0002-8307-8561
email: kdciki@gelisim.edu.tr
Ramazan İNAN
Department of Tourism Guide
Istanbul Gelişim University (Turkey)
ORCID: 0000-0002-9970-5718
Çilem BULŞU
Istanbul University (Turkey)
ORCID: 0000-0002-7805-5517

Abstract: Although the film tourism literature has grown significantly, no scientific landscape review of the subject has yet been conducted. The current article aims to fill this gap by providing an overview of the film tourism literature through the utilization of bibliometric analysis. To accomplish this objective, the authors utilized a publication dataset on film tourism obtained from the Web of Science database, without applying any publication year criterion. During the compilation of this dataset, certain inclusion criteria were established, such as considering articles published in English and limiting the dataset to articles of the publication type. Consequently, a total of 144 articles focusing on film tourism were included in the sample. The authors conducted the analyses using VOSviewer in December 2022, adhering to the predefined parameters. The first article on film tourism published in WoS was in 2005, and the most articles were published in 2021 (n=17). Upon examining the most cited articles, it was observed that four of them surpassed 150 citations. In terms of authors, it was seen that six authors
had more than 200 citations. Four of the top five articles with the highest citations were published in Tourism Management. Australia emerged as the prominent country in the field of film tourism, with Flinders University, an Australian institution, making the most substantial contributions. As a result of the research, some suggestions were presented to the researchers. Future studies may focus on issues such as the effects of the film tourism on local people, destination sustainability, and the potential for new tourism and economic impacts that may occur in the region with film tourism. Furthermore, future bibliometric studies could explore and compare document types and/or film tourism studies acquired from different databases, augmenting the scope of analysis.

Key words: film tourism, film tourism papers, bibliometric analysis, WoS database, VOSviewer

Zalecany sposób cytowania / Cite as: Çiki K.D. i in., 2023, Research trends in film tourism: A bibliometric analysis using the WoS database, Prace i Studia Geograficzne, 68.1, Wydział Geografii i Studiów Regionalnych Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warszawa, 83–98, DOI: 10.48128/pisg/2023-68.1-05

Wpłynęło: 29.12.2022
Zaakceptowano: 15.07.2023

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T. 68.1, s. 65-82

Polish-Lithuanian Tourist Cross-Border Functional Area – a new concept for the development of a cross-border tourist destination

Litewsko-Polski Turystyczny Transgraniczny Obszar Funkcjonalny – nowe narzędzie rozwoju transgranicznej destynacji turystycznej

Tomasz STUDZIENIECKI
Gdynia Maritime University
Faculty of Management and Quality Science
ORCID 0000-0002-1272-0908
email: t.studzieniecki@wznj.umg.edu.pl
Andrzej JAKUBOWSKI
Maria Curie-Skłodowska University
Institute of Social and Economic Geography and Spatial Management
ORCID 0000-0003-2368-7426
email: andrzej.jakubowski@mail.umcs.pl
Joanna KUROWSKA-PYSZ
WSB University
The Research Institute on Territorial and Inter-Organizational Cooperation
ORCID 0000-0002-3967-9263
email: jkurowska@wsb.edu.pl

Abstract: The development of tourist function in cross-border areas requires appropriate instruments supporting cross-border cooperation. One such instrument is the Cross-Border Functional Area (CBFA). This paper presents pioneering works leading to the creation of the Tourist Cross-Border Functional Area (TCBFA) in the Lithuanian – Polish borderland. Its main aim is to answer the question whether the CBFA instrument is applicable in the development of cross-border tourist destinations, and if so, to what extent. An additional goal is to identify the attributes of a TCBFA on the example of the Lithuanian – Polish borderland. The study debates the relevance of the CBFA in the development of a cross-border tourist destination. It shows that establishing a flexible destination management structure enables the intensification of cooperation between key stakeholders across the border, the implementation of cross-border projects and the promotion of tourist products.

Key words: cross-border functional area, cross-border cooperation, destination, tourism, European Union, Lithuanian – Polish borderland

Zalecany sposób cytowania / Cite as: Studzieniecki T. i in., 2023, Polish-Lithuanian Tourist Cross-Border Functional Area – a new concept for the development of a cross-border tourist destination, Prace i Studia Geograficzne, 68.1, Wydział Geografii i Studiów Regionalnych Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego, Warszawa, 65–82, DOI: 10.48128/pisg/2023-68.1-04

Wpłynęło: 19.10.2022
Zaakceptowano: 21.06.2023

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