Our everyday life is entwined with the material way of thinking present in the various aspects of society, pushing aside the quality features of life. Quality, as a philosophic concept is the entirety of essential features that characterise a thing. Quality represents a certain positive value, and this positive shift makes the difference between certain ways of life, the way we live According to the World Health Organisation, by 2022 tourism and the health industry will have been the largest industries. The available money is increasing in certain classes, while health and physical wellbeing is becoming a priority to consumers at the same time. As the number of the elderly is growing, the need for quality life, for living the everyday life in good health is becoming more relevant. Tourism products on the supply side change accordingly, they become wider and more varied. This tendency is good both for health and sport tourism. The relationship between culture and tourism has gained ground primarily with the increase of leisure time. The right to rest and leisure (UN General Assembly, 10 December 1948), as well as the need for a change of environment and the facilities available due to the technical development make the active participation in tourism possible. In parallel appears our national consciousness, the representation of our nationality and culture, along with the due respect for and acceptance of the culture of the destination country. This fact also reflects, that besides its financial potential, tourism plays an immense role in the representation of the national culture. In other words: it is becoming a product in the market of tourism. In our research we were looking for the answer to what extent the conscious improvement of the mental and physical aspects of health, that is the sport element of health culture is present in a market segment, namely among the guests of Bük Spa.

The use of the calorimetric system to measure factors related to the competence of teachers of primary school

CARLOMAGNO, Nadia
2011

Abstract

Our everyday life is entwined with the material way of thinking present in the various aspects of society, pushing aside the quality features of life. Quality, as a philosophic concept is the entirety of essential features that characterise a thing. Quality represents a certain positive value, and this positive shift makes the difference between certain ways of life, the way we live According to the World Health Organisation, by 2022 tourism and the health industry will have been the largest industries. The available money is increasing in certain classes, while health and physical wellbeing is becoming a priority to consumers at the same time. As the number of the elderly is growing, the need for quality life, for living the everyday life in good health is becoming more relevant. Tourism products on the supply side change accordingly, they become wider and more varied. This tendency is good both for health and sport tourism. The relationship between culture and tourism has gained ground primarily with the increase of leisure time. The right to rest and leisure (UN General Assembly, 10 December 1948), as well as the need for a change of environment and the facilities available due to the technical development make the active participation in tourism possible. In parallel appears our national consciousness, the representation of our nationality and culture, along with the due respect for and acceptance of the culture of the destination country. This fact also reflects, that besides its financial potential, tourism plays an immense role in the representation of the national culture. In other words: it is becoming a product in the market of tourism. In our research we were looking for the answer to what extent the conscious improvement of the mental and physical aspects of health, that is the sport element of health culture is present in a market segment, namely among the guests of Bük Spa.
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