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A Study on Exploring the Tourism Potential of Altınköy As A Rural Tourism and Recreational Activity Area

Yıl 2022, Cilt 4, Sayı 1, 46 - 57, 30.06.2022
https://doi.org/10.48119/toleho.980360

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This study aims to explore the tourism potential of Altındağ in the light of the tourism values embraced by Altınköy which is one of both rural and recreational tourism areas, and to reveal the perspectives of local community and visitors on the rural tourism area in the region. In addition, to reveal in which leisure timeframe the visitors and staff in Altınköy are involved within the framework of the Theory of Leisure time by Dumazedier, who is one of the leisure-time theorists, is among the recreation-based purposes of the current study. The study was conducted in Altınköy located in Altındağ, Ankara, which is considered to be one of the potential rural tourism areas in Turkey, a qualitative interview technique, with 103 individuals in total. The findings obtained as a result of the analyses point to important results supported by the suggestions in the conclusion section on the contribution to the development of rural tourism in the region, the promotion and branding of the region. According to research results, the staff in Altınköy are “half-free time” users according to Dumazedier's leisure time theory. On the other hand, Altınköy visitors meet the four basic characteristics highlighted in Dumazedier’s leisure time theory and acts following the characteristics of “free time” user during recreational activities.

Kaynakça

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Yıl 2022, Cilt 4, Sayı 1, 46 - 57, 30.06.2022
https://doi.org/10.48119/toleho.980360

Öz

Kaynakça

  • Adeyinka-Ojo, S. (2018), A strategic framework for analysing employability skills deficits in rural hospitality and tourism destinations. Tourism Management Perspectives, 27, pp.47-54.
  • Adeyinka-Ojo, S. F. and Khoo-Lattimore, C. (2013), Slow food events as a high yield strategy for rural tourism destinations. Worldwide Hospitality Tourism Themes, 5(4), pp.353-364.
  • Adeyinka-Ojo, S. F., Khoo-Lattimore, C. and Nair, V. (2014), A framework for rural tourism destination management and marketing organisations. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 144, pp.151-163.
  • Ahipasaoglu, S. and Çeltek, E. (2006), Sürdürülebilir Kırsal Turizm. Ankara: Gazi Kitabevi, pp.87.
  • Amir, A. F., Ghapar, A. A., Jamal, S. A. and Ahmad, K. N. (2015), Sustainable tourism development: A study on community resilience for rural tourism in Malaysia. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 168, pp.116-122.
  • Ashley, C. (2000). The Impacts of Tourism On Rural Livelihoods: Namibia’s Experience, Overseas Development Institue (ODI), Working Paper, No. 128. London, pp. 1-31.
  • Ashworth, G. and Page, S. J. (2011), Urban tourism research: Recent progress and current paradoxes. Tourism Management, 32(1), pp.1-15.
  • Aytuğ, H. K., & Mikaeili, M. (2017), Evaluation of Hopa's Rural Tourism Potential in the Context of European Union Tourism Policy. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 37, pp.234-245.
  • Bălan, M. and Burghelea, C. (2015), Rural tourism and its implication in the development of the Fundata Village. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 188, pp.276-281.
  • Barkauskas, V., Barkauskienė, K. and Jasinskas, E. (2015), Analysis of macro environmental factors influencing the development of rural tourism: Lithuanian case. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 213, pp.167-172.
  • Bravi, M. and Gasca, E. (2014), Preferences evaluation with a choice experiment on cultural heritage tourism. Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management, 23(4), pp.406-423.
  • Campón-Cerro, A. M., Hernández-Mogollón, J. M. and Alves, H. (2017), Sustainable improvement of competitiveness in rural tourism destinations: The quest for tourist loyalty in Spain. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 6(3), pp.252-266.
  • Carr, N. (2017). Re-thinking the relation between leisure and freedom. Annals of Leisure Research, 20(2), 137-151.
  • Cawley, M. and Gillmor, D. A. (2008), Integrated rural tourism: Concepts and Practice. Annals of Tourism Research, 35(2), pp.316-337.
  • Christou, P. and Sharpley, R. (2019), Philoxenia offered to tourists? A rural tourism perspective. Tourism Management, 72, pp.39-51.
  • Christou, P., Farmaki, A. and Evangelou, G. (2018), Nurturing nostalgia?: A response from rural tourism stakeholders. Tourism Management, 69, pp.42-51.
  • Cosma, S., Paun, D., Bota, M. and Fleseriu, C. (2014), Innovation–a useful tool in the rural tourism in Romania. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 148, pp.507-515.
  • Cucari, N., Wankowicz, E. and De Falco, S. E. (2019), Rural tourism and Albergo Diffuso: A case study for sustainable land-use planning. Land Use Policy, 82, pp.105-119.
  • Daugstad, K. (2008), Negotiating landscape in rural tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 35(2), 402-426.
  • Démurger, S., Fournier, M. and Yang, W. (2010), Rural households’ decisions towards income diversification: Evidence from a township in northern China. China Economic Review, 21, pp.S32–S44.
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  • Dursun, C., Demirel M., Zengin, B. and Batman O. (2017), Considering Rural Tourism in the Context of 2023 Turkey Tourism Strategy. Uluslararası Kırsal Turizm ve Kalkınma Dergisi, 1(1), pp.8-12.
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  • Fons, M. V. S., Fierro, J. A. M. and Patiño, M. G. (2011), Rural tourism: A sustainable alternative. Applied Energy, 88(2), pp.551-557.
  • Gao, J. and Wu, B. (2017), Revitalizing traditional villages through rural tourism: A case study of Yuanjia Village, Shaanxi Province, China. Tourism Management, 63, pp.223-233.
  • George, E. W. (2010), Intangible cultural heritage, ownership, copyrights, and tourism. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 4(4), pp.376-388.
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  • Guzman-Parra, V. F., Quintana-García, C., Benavides-Velasco, C. A. and Vila-Oblitas, J. R. (2015), Trends and seasonal variation of tourist demand in Spain: The role of rural tourism. Tourism Management Perspectives, Vol. 16, pp.123-128.
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  • Hernández, J. M., Suárez-Vega, R. and Santana-Jiménez, Y. (2016), The inter-relationship between rural and mass tourism: The case of Catalonia, Spain. Tourism Management, 54, pp.43-57.
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  • Irvine, W. and Anderson, A. R. (2004), Small tourist firms in rural areas: Agility, vulnerability and survival in the face of crisis. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research, 10(4), pp.229–246.
  • Işık, C., Sirakaya-Turk, E., & Ongan, S. (2020). Testing the efficacy of the economic policy uncertainty index on tourism demand in USMCA: Theory and evidence. Tourism Economics, 26(8), 1344-1357.
  • Jesus, C. and Franco, M. (2016), Cooperation networks in tourism: A study of hotels and rural tourism establishments in an inland region of Portugal. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 29, pp.165-175.
  • Karagöz, D., et al., (2021). Solo female travel risks, anxiety and travel intentions: Examining the moderating role of online psychological-social support. Current Issues in Tourism, 24(11), 1595-1612.
  • Kelliher, F., Reinl, L., Johnson, T. G. and Joppe, M. (2018), The role of trust in building rural tourism micro firm network engagement: A multi-case study. Tourism Management, 68, pp.1-12.
  • Kelly, J. R. (2019). Leisure identities and interactions. Routledge.
  • Kiper, T. (2006), Safranbolu Yörükköyü Peyzaj Potansiyelinin Kırsal Turizm Açısından Degerlendirilmesi, Doktora Tezi, Ankara Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Ankara, pp.36.
  • Komppula, R. (2014), The role of individual entrepreneurs in the development of competitiveness for a rural tourism destination–A case study. Tourism Management, 40, pp. 361-371.
  • Koščak, M., Knežević, M., Binder, D., Pelaez-Verdet, A., et al., (2021). Exploring the neglected voices of children in sustainable tourism development: A comparative study in six European tourist destinations. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 1-20.
  • Leco, F., Pérez, A., Hernández, J. M. and Campón, A. M., (2013), Rural Tourists and Their Attitudes and Motivations Towards the Practice of Environmental Activities such as Agrotourism, Int. J. Environ. Res., 7(1), pp. 255-264.
  • Li, P., Ryan, C. and Cave, J. (2016), Chinese rural tourism development: Transition in the case of Qiyunshan, Anhui.–2008–2015. Tourism Management, 55, 240-260.
  • Lombard, M., Snyder‐Duch, J. and Bracken, C. C. (2002), Content analysis in mass communication: Assessment and reporting of intercoder reliability. Human Communication Research, 28(4), pp.587-604.
  • Macdonald, R., and Jolliffe, L. (2003), “Cultural Rural Tourism: Evidence From Canada”. Annals of Tourism Research, 30(2), pp.307-322.
  • Marshall, M. N. (1996), Sampling for qualitative research. Family Practice, 13(6), pp.522-526.
  • Mitchell, C. J. and Shannon, M. (2018), Exploring cultural heritage tourism in rural Newfoundland through the lens of the evolutionary economic geographer. Journal of Rural Studies, 59, pp.21-34.
  • Nastasi, B. (1998), Study notes: qualitative research: sampling & sample size considerations. Adapted from a presentation by Dr. Bonnie Nastasi, Director of School of Psychology Program.
  • Neulinger, J. (1981). To leisure: An introduction. To leisure: an introduction. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, Inc.
  • Northcote, J. and Macbeth, J. (2006), Conceptualising yield: Sustainable tourism management. Annals of Tourism Research, 33(1), pp.199-220.
  • Paresishvili, O., Kvaratskhelia, L. and Mirzaeva, V. (2017), Rural tourism as a promising trend of small business in Georgia: Topicality, capabilities, peculiarities. Annals of Agrarian Science, 15(3), pp.344-348.
  • Prabhakaran, S., Nair, V. and Ramachandran, S. (2014), Community participation in rural tourism: Towards a conceptual framework. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 144, pp.290-295.
  • Randelli, F., Romei, P. and Tortora, M. (2014), An evolutionary approach to the study of rural tourism: The case of Tuscany. Land Use Policy, 38, pp.276-281.
  • Reeder, R. J. and Brown D. M. (2005), Recreation, Tourism, and Rural Well-Being. United States Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Report, 7.
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Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Otelcilik, Konaklama, Spor ve Turizm
Bölüm Peer-reviewed Articles
Yazarlar

Ayşe ATAR> (Sorumlu Yazar)
ondokuz mayıs üniversitesi
0000-0002-9060-6684
Türkiye


Seda Ozdemir AKGÜL Bu kişi benim
SELCUK UNIVERSITY
0000-0003-4482-4119
Türkiye


Muharrem TUNA>
ANKARA HACI BAYRAM VELİ ÜNİVERSİTESİ
0000-0001-5526-7122
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Haziran 2022
Başvuru Tarihi 15 Ağustos 2021
Kabul Tarihi 14 Ekim 2021
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2022, Cilt 4, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA Atar, A. , Akgül, S. O. & Tuna, M. (2022). A Study on Exploring the Tourism Potential of Altınköy As A Rural Tourism and Recreational Activity Area . Journal of Tourism Leisure and Hospitality , 4 (1) , 46-57 . DOI: 10.48119/toleho.980360

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