Adromischus by John Pilbeam, Chris Rodgerson, Derek Tribble

By John Pilbeam, Chris Rodgerson, Derek Tribble

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Paris: La documentation Française, RECLUS, DATAR. Burton, I. (1971) The social role of attitude and perception studies. D. Sewell and I. Burton (eds) Perception and Attitudes in Resource Management (pp. 37–54). Ottawa: Information Canada. Perceptions from the Periphery 37 Collinge, M. (1989) Tourism and Urban Regeneration. Vision for Cities Conference. London: English Tourist Board. Commission of the European Communities (1976) Council Directive of 8 December 1975 concerning the quality of bathing water (76/160/EEC).

It] is a unique joint venture involving more than 30 public and private organisations which are concerned with the environment … Green Sea will protect a national asset of incalculable value, ensuring the highest environmental standards around the coast. Green Sea has evolved from Dðr Cymru-Welsh Water’s commitment to improving coastal sewerage treatment (1995–2000) to a level where water quality at Welsh bathing beaches complies with EC Guideline Standards, some 20 times more stringent than the legally required EC Mandatory Standards under the European Bathing Water Directive (FEEE, 1996; Green Sea, 1997).

The choice of methodology and analytical focus has been made with a view to achieving the following objectives: · to identify and interpret signs of Rhyl’s status as a tourist destination, and the prevailing tenets which fashion the experiences and practices of its visitors – furthermore, to extend this analysis historically, accounting for variations in the material and symbolic existence of Rhyl as evidence of sociocultural change; · to ascertain the direction and extent of local authority involvement in the provision and promotion of the elements which comprise the Rhyl product; and · to compare the identity, or physical reality, of Rhyl with the image depicted in the written, visual and verbal discourse of those charged with promoting the resort to would-be tourists, explaining any differences that may exist between referent and sign.

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