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Cod Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Asli Di Kupang 081393039100 Top Cher, Ferri Farma 2019 University of California, San Francisco

Cod Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Asli Di Kupang 081393039100 Top Cher, Ferri Farma

Ferri Farma

Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Asli Di Kupang Obat Kuat Tahan Lama Terampuh Termanjur No 1 Di Indonesia

Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Asli Kupang Call/WA: 081393039100 ANTAR GRATIS, Obat Kuat Setamina Pria Terampuh No 1 Di Kupang, Jual Soloco Obat Kuat Tahan Lama Di Kupang, Permen Soloco Kupang, Obat Kuat Soloco Di Kupang, Jual Soloco Chocolate Kupang, Chocolate Soloco Obat Vitalitas Pria Di Kupang Dengan Bahan Herbal Dan Berkhasiat Tinggi.
Alamat Toko Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Kupang, Call/WA: 081393039100 Jl. Murbey No. 59 Oeba, Kec. Kota Lama. Kupang .NTT. Jam Buka: 09.00 - 22.00 WIT Melayani Pesan Antar ...


Cod Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Di Jakarta Pusat Kwalitas Top Cher, Ferri Farma 2019 University of California, San Francisco

Cod Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Di Jakarta Pusat Kwalitas Top Cher, Ferri Farma

Ferri Farma

JUAL PERMEN SOLOCO ASLI DI JAKARTA PUSAT PERMEN COKLAT TAHAN LAMA TERAMPUH TERMANJUR NO 1 DI INDONESIA

Jual Permen Soloco Asli Di Jakarta Pusat Call-WA: 081393039100 Obat Kuat Vitalitas Pria Paling Manjur No 1 Di Jakarta Pusat, Jual Soloco Jakarta Pusat, Permen Coklat Soloco Jakarta Pusat, Soloco Obat Kuat Pria Tahan Lama Di Jakarta Pusat, Alamat Toko Soloco Di Jakarta Pusat, Permen Soloco Stamina Pria Di Jakarta Pusat Dengan Bahan Herbal Pilihan Tanpa Menimbulkan Efek Samping Sama Sekali.

Alamat Toko Jual Permen Coklat Soloco Di Jakarta Pusat, Call/WA: 081393039100 Jl. Senen Raya No. 82 Jakarta Pusat. Jam Buka: 09 ...


Generational Cohort Differences In Types Of Organizational Commitment, April Lavette Jones 2019 Walden University

Generational Cohort Differences In Types Of Organizational Commitment, April Lavette Jones

April Jones

In hospitals in the United States, the ratio of nurses to patients is declining, resulting in an increase in work demands for nurses. Consequently, organizations face challenges with nurses' organizational commitment. Studies have revealed generational differences, as determined by birth year, in employee levels of organizational commitment in a number of organizational settings. However, there is a gap in the literature regarding the impact of generational cohorts on the organizational commitment of nurses. The purpose of this quantitative, nonexperimental, cross-sectional design was to address whether generational cohorts of nurses differed in their levels of organizational commitment, and to investigate whether ...


Preserving Traveller’S Memory In Religious Destinations, Polyxeni Moira, Dimitrios Mylonopoulos, Anastasia Parasxi 2019 University of West Attica

Preserving Traveller’S Memory In Religious Destinations, Polyxeni Moira, Dimitrios Mylonopoulos, Anastasia Parasxi

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

Preserving memory from the visit of a tourist destination plays an important role in tourist activity. In pilgrimage in particular, and in religious tourism in general, the preservation of this memory constitutes a spiritual process associated with the sanctity of the place. Obviously, the degree of spirituality varies according to the traveller’s personality and religious beliefs. Following the return home, the religious memorabilia and ‘souvenirs’ play an important role in the ‘confirmation’ of the trip or the fulfilment of the vow, as well as in the preservation of the memory. At first one could claim that religious souvenirs serve ...


Religious Tourism And Emotional Experiences: An Emotional Cartography Of Jerusalem, Ion Gil Fuentetaja, Marina Abad-Galzacorta 2019 Department of Tourism, University of Deusto, Spain

Religious Tourism And Emotional Experiences: An Emotional Cartography Of Jerusalem, Ion Gil Fuentetaja, Marina Abad-Galzacorta

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

An increasingly important segment of cultural tourism relates to ‘religious travel’, tourism motivated by spiritual reasons or associated with religious heritage sites. Thus, travel agencies are offering extensive journey packages to ancient places of worship, sacred destinations and pilgrimage sites. In this sense, according to data offered by the Ministry of Tourism of Israel, around one fifth of tourists to the country expressed religious tourism or pilgrimage as the main purpose of their visit. Additionally, tourism is greatly founded on the consumption of experiences. Understanding the ways in which tourists experience the places is, therefore, fundamental to the study of ...


A Conceptual Model For Assessing The Level Of Development Of Pilgrimage Routes, Vitor Ambrósio, Carlos Fernandes, Adília Cabral, Goretti Silva 2019 IPC

A Conceptual Model For Assessing The Level Of Development Of Pilgrimage Routes, Vitor Ambrósio, Carlos Fernandes, Adília Cabral, Goretti Silva

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

This paper proposes an innovative conceptual model based on a hierarchical structure for the assessment of pilgrimage routes, establishing and weighting the different associated elements. Based on a holistic approach, a Diagnostic Matrix was created which structures the surveying of predefined variables and enables the evaluation of pilgrimage routes. This tool allows an understanding of both, material and immaterial elements that comprise part of pilgrimage experiences, and of the respective routes as tourism products. Based on the case of the Portuguese Camino de Santiago, the proposed matrix enables the diagnosis of the entire route, as well as partial analysis, which ...


The Effect Of Religious Tourism Experiences On Personal Values, Bona Kim, Seongseop (Sam) Kim 2019 Singapore Institute of Technology

The Effect Of Religious Tourism Experiences On Personal Values, Bona Kim, Seongseop (Sam) Kim

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

For humans, happiness can be a consequence of positive behaviours and regarded as their ultimate goal (Seligman, 2004). Since the late 1990s, happiness has been a prominent topic in the field of positive psychology, which seeks, from a psychological perspective, to understand how to make people happier and help them lead more satisfactory lives (Peterson et al., 2005; Seligman, 2004). According to Authentic Happiness Theory (AHT), developed by positive psychologist Martin Seligman (2004), seeking life satisfaction is a long-lasting life concept. As the understanding of tourism experience has evolved to see it as a life-changing event for profound intra-transformation of ...


‘Know Thyself And Change The World’: The Western Pilgrimage Narrative And South Asia, Dorothy Lane 2019 University of Regina (Canada)

‘Know Thyself And Change The World’: The Western Pilgrimage Narrative And South Asia, Dorothy Lane

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

This paper summarises recurring elements of contemporary pilgrimage narratives related to South Asia and their role in neo-colonial ‘globalisation.’ While sacred sites are visited by both local and international pilgrims, their recreation as story cannot be regarded as innocent, interwoven as it is in historical domination and appropriation. The paper focuses on two contemporary narratives that draw on the motif of odyssey. It explores, in part, the increasing role of social media and technology in the most recent incarnations of the paradigm.


Accessibility On The Santiago Ways: The Portuguese Central Way, Maria de Fátima Matos Silva, Isabel Borges 2019 Universidade Portucalense, Porto

Accessibility On The Santiago Ways: The Portuguese Central Way, Maria De Fátima Matos Silva, Isabel Borges

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

In this article the authors discuss the accessibility of religious architectural heritage, using the case of Santiago de Compostela and one of its routes: the Portuguese Central Way between Porto and Valença. The discussion includes a comparison with results obtained in a study of the itinerary between Tui and Santiago, made by Xunta de Galicia (2015), the only existing study to the best of our knowledge. The historical and theoretical framework draws on the extant literature and its critical review, related to religious and cultural tourism, with special emphasis on accessible tourism. Accessible Tourism must comprise a set of products ...


Pilgrimage Of The Virgin Of Nazaré (Portugal): Religious And Cultural Itineraries, isilda Leitão, Carlos Fernandes 2019 Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel Studies (ESHTE) - Portugal

Pilgrimage Of The Virgin Of Nazaré (Portugal): Religious And Cultural Itineraries, Isilda Leitão, Carlos Fernandes

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

In Portugal, the Estremadura Círios (Candles pilgrimages) constitute one of the strongest surviving traditions of popular religiosity that are still present in the traditional and religious calendar of some Portuguese regions. Deriving from the tradition of religious devotion to Mary during the Middle Ages, sites such as the Shrine of Our Lady of Cabo Espichel, and prior to that the Shrine of Our Lady of Nazaré (Nazareth), generated a particular level of devotion by the 17th century, based on miracles which the Virgin of Nazaré granted to a local inhabitant. Since the 18th century, and the establishment of the Brotherhood ...


Motivations Of Pilgrims On The Portuguese Inner Way To Santiago De Compostela, Carlos Gomes, Nieves Losada, Xerardo Pereiro 2019 University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro, Portugal

Motivations Of Pilgrims On The Portuguese Inner Way To Santiago De Compostela, Carlos Gomes, Nieves Losada, Xerardo Pereiro

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

Undertaking the way to Santiago today is characterised by being multi-motivational, not only attending to religious motivations (Amaro et al., 2018; Lois-González and Santos, 2014). In fact, the differences between the pilgrim and the tourist are increasingly smaller, because both travellers are motivated by the experience of realising the way and are looking for the same type of services (Amaro et al., 2018; Collins-Kreiner in Lois-González and Santos, 2014). The objective of this study is to make a comparison between the motivations of the Portuguese touripilgrims (Pereiro, 2017) and the foreign touripilgrims on the Portuguese Inner Way of Santiago de ...


Determinants Of Intentions To Use A Pilgrimage App: A Cross-Cultural Comparison, Suzanne Amaro, Paulo Alexandre O. Duarte, Angela Isabel Lopes Antunes 2019 Polytechnic Institute of Viseu, Portugal

Determinants Of Intentions To Use A Pilgrimage App: A Cross-Cultural Comparison, Suzanne Amaro, Paulo Alexandre O. Duarte, Angela Isabel Lopes Antunes

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

The main aim of this study is to examine which features pilgrims from six nationalities walking the Camino de Santiago most value in a pilgrimage app and to determine which ones most influence intentions to use it. Data were collected through an online questionnaire. The 911 responses were analysed using ANOVA and PLS-SEM. The features related to general information are the strongest predictor of intentions to use a pilgrimage app and there is only one significant difference among nationalities regarding the determinants of intentions to use it. The findings of the study are useful for the development of pilgrimage apps.


Biographical Motivations Of Pilgrims On The Camino De Santiago, Christian Kurrat 2019 FernUniversität in Hagen (Germany)

Biographical Motivations Of Pilgrims On The Camino De Santiago, Christian Kurrat

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

The question of what leads people from a biographical perspective to go on pilgrimage has been a research object in the Department of Sociology at the FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany. This qualitative study examines the biographical constellations which have led to the decision to go on pilgrimage and therefore a typology of biographical motivations was developed. To achieve the aim of a typology, methods of qualitative research were used. The database consists of narrative interviews that were undertaken mostly with German pilgrims. The life stories of the pilgrims were analysed with Grounded Theory Methodology and made into a typology of ...


In Defense Of The Pure Pilgrim: De Re Defensionibus Peregrini Castiori, Stephen F. Haller, Dane Munro 2019 Wilfrid Laurier University-Brantford campus

In Defense Of The Pure Pilgrim: De Re Defensionibus Peregrini Castiori, Stephen F. Haller, Dane Munro

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

Does the pure pilgrim exist? Probably not as a person, but the idea of a pure pilgrim is very much alive, although under threat. John Muir (2002), environmentalist and mountaineer, argued that there is a proper way to climb a mountain. By analogy, there is a virtuous way, allowing for meaningful, spiritual experiences which can be applied to proper peregrination. The early medieval ascetic understanding of pilgrims (St Jerome c. 347-420), was that of wandering monks, forsaking the bustling cities as to immerse themselves in the mercy of Christ in the solitude of the country (Webb, 2002). In modern times ...


Volume 7(Ii) Table Of Contents, Xose Santos, Lucrezia Lopez, Kevin Griffin, Razaq Raj Dr. 2019 Univerisity of Santiago de Compostela

Volume 7(Ii) Table Of Contents, Xose Santos, Lucrezia Lopez, Kevin Griffin, Razaq Raj Dr.

International Journal of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage

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Back Cover, 2019 Vocational Training Council

Back Cover

AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute

Pani Puri, created by students of ICI

國際廚藝學院學員用心烹調的印度街頭小吃Pani Puri


Class Acts 學院消息, ICI Editorial Team 2019 Vocational Training Council

Class Acts 學院消息, Ici Editorial Team

AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute

Recipes for success 成功之道

The International Culinary Institute (ICI) and its sister institutions, the Hotel and Tourism Institute (HTI) and the Chinese Culinary Institute (CCI), provide students with an array of fun and educational opportunities

國際廚藝學院及與其相輔相成的酒店及旅遊學院和中華廚藝學院,積極為學員提供各種學習機會,讓學員透過校內課程增長知識之餘, 更可與專家交流及參加特別活動和比賽,開拓視野


Day In The Life 餐飲人生, Vivian Mak 2019 Vocational Training Council

Day In The Life 餐飲人生, Vivian Mak

AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute

Angela Ling 凌頴芬

Graduate of ICI's Bakery Course and Pastry Chef at Supreme-Pacific Confectionery Limited

國際廚藝學院西式包餅課程畢業生,現為卓越太平洋糖果有限公司的餅廚


Plat Du Jour 名菜解構, Rachel Duffell 2019 Vocational Training Council

Plat Du Jour 名菜解構, Rachel Duffell

AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute

Signature showcase

示範作

Finnish chef Jaakko Sorsa imbues his creations with a sense of his culinary culture

芬蘭大廚Jaakko Sorsa喜歡在菜式裡融入自己的烹調文化


Is Fine Dining Dying? 高級餐飲輓歌高唱?, Anna Cummins 2019 Vocational Training Council

Is Fine Dining Dying? 高級餐飲輓歌高唱?, Anna Cummins

AMBROSIA 客道 : The Magazine of The International Culinary Institute

Starched linens, portentous waiters and three-month waiting lists are no longer the automatic hallmarks of haute cuisine. With restaurants offering bar seating, no reservations and sharing plates, and removing airs and graces from the high-end eating experience, can the old guard survive the casual fine dining revolution?

高級餐廳不再等同於平滑無縐的枱布、高傲的侍者和長達三個月的訂座名單。吧枱座位、無需訂座、共用餐桌的休閒高級餐廳的興起,會否令氣氛拘謹的傳統高級餐廳奏起輓歌?


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