Psychological and pedagogical aspects of niche tourism in the system of additional education

Автор: Arpentieva Mariam R., Gasanova Renata R., Menshikov Petr V.

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Рубрика: Туризм

Статья в выпуске: 1 т.15, 2021 года.

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The problem of the psychological and pedagogical meaning of tourist activity and its possibilities and limitations as an educational and psychotherapeutic activity is just beginning to become the subject of special attention. This movement is associated both with the development of tourism and psychology and pedagogy, the need for professional personnel with interdisciplinary competencies that guarantee the success of professional efforts. This movement is also associated with the development of the practice of additional education: for the (re) training of specialists in the field of tourism, its psychological and pedagogical models are important, for educational tasks in pedagogy and psychology, specialists are needed who possess innovative methods of work, knowledge and skills of assistance in human development and correction. developmental disruptions in various fields, including (niche and others types of the) tourism. Niche tourism is special interest tourism. Its appearance is connected both with the tasks of diversification and quality assurance of tourism products to ensure their competitiveness, and with the fact that tourism practice, changing and developing, is accompanied by the development of customers...

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IDR: 140253891   |   DOI: 10.24411/2413-693X-2021-10104

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