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The concept of reception: acknowledgement, hospitality and mothering


, : The concept of reception: acknowledgement, hospitality and mothering. Cahiers Espaces 1996(48): 134-141

The article examines theoretical, psychological and sociological aspects of the three components of the concept of tourist reception: acknowledgement or recognition, hospitality, and mothering or pampering. The first constitutes the basis of the act of reception. Tourists expect and want to be acknowledged or recognized as human beings, with feelings and desires.

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