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Present state and perspectives of spa tourism development in Serbia
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0804003j
Abstract: Apart from very contaminated spatial areas, there are places with attractive and non-polluted environment, that are suitable for tourism and recreation. Such places are spa resorts, characterized by numerous and various natural elements having significant health and recreative functions (thermo-mineral springs, rare gases, favorable climatic conditions, rich vegetation, etc.), which attract attention of ample tourist demand. Serbia is welknown as a 'country of spa resorts', because of a great number of thermo-mineral springs, long tradition and their significance for tourism economy. Official statistical service keeps records of tourist flows only at 30 spa resorts (approximately), having participation at 95% of the total tourist trade in Serbia's spas. The topic of this paper is devoted to estimation of the present state and perspectives of spa tourism in Serbia. Special attention is focused on: analysis of resources for spa tourism, discussion of key factors for tourist valorization of Serbia's spas, investigation of structural features of spa tourism, comparison of Serbia's experiences in domain of spa tourism with contemporary trends in certain spa resorts in other European countries, and, finally, defining the most important tasks for spa tourism improvement.
The necessity of having Knowledge on knowledge“ in tourism
Stefanovi? Vidoje,JoviiDobrica
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1003053s
Abstract: Knowledge, as the most productive factor of production and international competitiveness, represents an area of the biggest interest for every country, because with its increasing and spreading, numerous strategically important goals are achieved. However, there's always open question of fullness, depth, resource, direction, intensity etc. of state regulations so sensitive and very important area of work such as a production of knowledge (research work), its dispersion, transfer and usage, but also misusage. Following that, it's important to point at the existence of international (global) mechanism of control, not so much of creation, because it's not so possible, but applying of some knowledge's (nuclear armament control, toxic waste control, radioactive material control etc.). By that, the humanity is actually, defending itself from himself, from its irresponsible members. Considering that tourist activity is actively enhanced and dynamic, the use of knowledge is necessary in all tourist offices extension modalities. A high quantum of knowledge is also requireable at a tourist market with high competitiveness.
Indicators of sustainable tourism
JoviiDobrica,Ili? Tatjana
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2010, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1001277j
Abstract: The indicators, precisely describing the linkages between tourism and the environment, social and cultural base, are not easily available. How ever, some relevant organizations (WTO, EU, OECD, etc.), institutions and experts, have been hardly working to create the indicators of sustainable tourism. Whereas the economic objectives are easily defined by the use of the traditional indicators used in national and business economics, it is very difficult to identify widely applicable environmental, social and cultural indicators. In order to stimulate and alleviate the process of sustainable tourism development, EU created the list of comparative indicators of sustainable tourism. In preparing this list, special attention is paid to identification of valid indicators of real tourism impacts on the social and cultural environment (the entire set of traditions, customs, history, hospitality and culture that characterize a given area), that is a very complex task. Assuming the fact that the related indicators have been analyzed in many European countries, this paper is focused on applying the related indicators in research of tourism development in villages of the Kosjeri community. .
Tourism attractions: Key elements of tourism resource base
JoviiDobrica,Brankov Jovana
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd0901003j
Abstract: There is no doubt that theory of tourism lags behind increased tourism practice. In order to decrease such gap, theoretical work in tourism must be intensified and permanently reconsidered in future period. Consequently, it is necessary to pay attention to complex analysis and explicit interpretation of important notions that are integral parts of tourism practice, as well as objects of scientific investigations. The subject of this paper is analysis of complex structure of tourism resource base. Specially are focused two relevant tourism notions - tourist resources and tourist attractions (tourist motives). Analysis of their meaning, interrelationship and differences is made, relying on basic tourismological principles and critical review of contemporary experts opinions in this domain. Correct interpretation, setting the correlation and distinction between tourism relevant notions, at the same time require great responsibility and duty of tourismologists, tourism geographers, economists and other experts in the field of tourism to contribute to strengthening of tourism theory, adequately influencing on growing tourism practice.
Tourism and international business: The theoretical approach and practical experiences
JoviiDobrica,Stojiljkovi? Marko
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1103019j
Abstract: The paper discusses the relationships between tourism and international business. The research is based upon combining various theoretical concepts, significant empirical experiences and own attitudes of the authors. The key conclusion of the paper is that, despite of the partial progress in understanding tourism businesses, the relationships between tourism and international business need additional stimulus. In other words, more complete research in the related domains is needed in future. Any understanding of tourism is inadequate without appreciating the contributions that international business might bring, yet at the same time international business is incomplete in its coverage of international trade unless tourism is considered. The consumption-driven agenda of much tourism research has been favoured over supply-side discourses of the production process it self. That is why the role of major transnational companies, setting the trends that other types of firms in the tourism sector follow is focused in the paper.
Selective forms of tourism in Montenegro
Da?i? Nedica,JoviiDobrica
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1101135d
Abstract: Today, the economy of many countries, particularly the Mediterranean ones, can not be imagined without a developed tourism industry, having in mind its multiplier effects. Thanks to the Mediterranean maritime position, which marked the historical trends and cultural development of Montenegro, as well as numerous attractions of nature and extreme tourism complementarity between the sea and mountains, one can not overestimate the importance of tourism industry in its future development. In this regard, today, tourism industry represents a strategic industry and the backbone of socio-economic development of Montenegro. Problems of its potential for tourism development have been considered by the authors of numerous scientific papers, strategic development documents, as well as spatial plans. Achievements of previous researches should be applied in practice of tourism and hotel industry in Montenegro.
Significance and challenges of the tourism policy in the modern world
JoviiDobrica,Mirkovi? Andrijana,Sibinovi? Mikica
Glasnik Srpskog Geografskog Dru?tva , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/gsgd1203069j
Abstract: Raising awareness in expert circles and the general public about the heterogeneity of effects caused by tourism (economic, social, cultural, ecological), imposed the need for organized guidance of development of this activity and its placement under the framework of public (government) policy. Accordingly, today in almost all developed tourist countries are being used different instruments to control the development of this complex phenomenon of the modern age. In this paper, special attention is paid to the analysis of the role, importance, models, processes of development and implementation of tourism policy, in the context of the general policy and other sectoral policies brought by governments in developed tourist countries and countries trying to become such. Tourism policy today is the starting point of the thinking process in the tourism industry. It is focused on directing the development of tourism at all levels (international, national, regional, local), that is, it must create a long-term and integral development perspective.
Milun Babi?,Dobrica M Milovanovi?,Neboj?a M Jovii,Du?an R Gordi?
Thermal Science , 2010, DOI: tsci100427064b
Abstract: This paper presents a methodology development and the results achieved in the process of establishing energy management system in the City of Kragujevac (Serbia) and in its public services. The paper is an overview of influential factors in the field of energy management, analyzing their impact on raising the energy efficiency of individual utility service and the city of Kragujevac, as a whole. The paper also presents the most interesting scientific and research projects realized in the cooperation of several actors which were coordinated by Regional Euro Energy Efficiency Center Kragujevac. The municipal companies together with the city administration are the direct beneficiaries of the results realized in the following areas: -Development of energy management in municipalities and the establishment of energy planning at the local level; -Improvement of municipal services by applying energy efficiency measures in public enterprises: "Energetika" (heating), "Cistoca" (communal waste management), and "Vodovod i kanalizacija" (water and waste water management).
Biohemijski Aspekti, Laboratorijska Dijagnoza I Pra enje Povi ene Koncentracije Holesterola: Preporuke NCEP ATP III
Sne ana Jovi i
Journal of Medical Biochemistry , 2008, DOI: 10.2478/v10011-007-0044-2
Abstract: The Third Report of the expert panel on detection, evaluation and treatment of high blood cholesterol in adults (Adult Treatment Panel III, ATP III) constitutes the National Cholesterol Education Program's (NCEP's) updated clinical guidelines for cholesterol testing and clinical management of patients with high blood cholesterol. While ATP III maintains attention to intensive treatment of patients with coronary heart disease (CHD), its major new feature is a focus on primary prevention in persons with multiple risk factors. ATP III continues to identify elevated LDL cholesterol as the primary target of cholesterol lowering therapy. A basic principle of prevention is that the intensity of risk reduction therapy should be adjusted to a person's absolute risk. Risk assessment requires measurement of LDL cholesterol as part of lipoprotein analysis and identification of accompanying risk determinants (presence or absence of CHD, other clinical forms of atherosclerotic disease, diabetes, cigarette smoking, hypertension, low HDL cholesterol, family history of premature CHD, age). The category of highest risk consists of CHD and CHD risk equivalents - persons with absolute 10-year risk for major coronary events (death and myocardial infarction) >20%. The second category consists of persons with multiple (2+) risk factors in whom 10-year risk for CHD is ≥20%. Absolute risk is estimated from Framingham risk scores. The third category consists of persons having 0-1 risk factor. The LDL cholesterol goal for each category is defined and it can be achieved with dietary changes and/or drug therapy. European guidelines on cardiovascular disease (CVD) prevention in clinical practice recommend using the SCORE (Systematic COronary Risk Evaluation) Risk Charts in order to assess the risk for development of CVD, which is defined in terms of the absolute 10 year probability of developing a fatal cardiovascular event. The aim of this paper is to introduce parts of the NCEP's ATP III and European guidelines important for their implementation in laboratory practice.
Privatization effects on labour market in Serbia: Bottlenecks of the transition process
Jovii? Milena
Economic Annals , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/eka0567055j
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