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Tetrabiblos

Tetrabiblos four books, also known in Greek as the Apotelesmatika "effects," and in Latin as Quadripartitum "four pieces" is the text on the philosophy and practice of astrology, written in the 2nd century ad Alexandrian scholar Claudius Ptolemy. ...

                                               

Tibet House US

Tibet house US, the Tibetan cultural heritage and education, a nonprofit organization founded in 1987 in new York by a group of Westerners, as the fourteenth Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, has stated his desire to create a cultural institution with t ...

                                               

Transculturalism

Transculturalism is defined as "seeing oneself in the other." Transcultural is in turn described as "extending through all human cultures" or "involving, in particular, combines elements of more than one culture."

                                               

Trompenaars' model of national culture differences

The trompenaars model of national culture differences is a framework for cross-cultural communication applied to General business and management, developed by Fons trompenaars and Charles Hampden-Turner. This was a large-scale survey 8.841 manage ...

                                               

Turkology

Turkology-a complex of Humanities Sciences studying languages, history, literature, folklore, culture, and Ethnology of people speaking Turkic languages and Turkic peoples in chronological and comparative context. This includes ethnic groups from ...

                                               

Uncertainty management theory

Control theory of uncertainty developed by Dale Brashers, discusses the concept of management uncertainty. Several theories have been developed in an attempt to determine the uncertainty, identify its consequences and develop strategies to manage ...

                                               

Urban acupuncture

Urban acupuncture is a socio-environmental theory that combines contemporary urban design with traditional Chinese acupuncture, using small-scale activities to transform large urban environments. Sites are selected based on analysis of the social ...

                                               

Values (heritage)

The values embodied in cultural heritage are identified in order to assess significance, prioritize resources, and inform the decision of problems of preservation. It is recognized that values may compete and change over time, and that heritage m ...

                                               

Visual culture

Visual culture is an aspect of culture expressed in visual images. Many scientific fields to examine this question, including cultural studies, art history, critical theory, philosophy, media studies, deaf studies, and anthropology. Research visu ...

                                               

Vortextuality

Vortextuality is a concept developed in the work of Garry Whannel, scientist and philosopher working in the field of cultural analysis of media sport. Whannel uses this concept in their work to analyse and consider the ways in which some news to ...

                                               

Women warriors in literature and culture

The image of women warriors in literature and popular culture is the subject of the study of history, literature, film studies, history, folklore and mythology. The archetypal figure of the woman warrior is an example of a normal that happens in ...

                                               

Culture-bound syndrome

In medicine and medical anthropology, cultural-syndrome, culture-specific syndrome or folk illness is a combination of mental and somatic symptoms that are considered to be recognizable disease only within a specific society or culture. There are ...

                                               

Amafufunyana

Amafufunyana is a vague "culture-" a syndrome called traditional healers of Xhosa with regard to the requirements of the possession to the members of the Xhosa people exhibiting deviant behavior and psychological problems. After research, it was ...

                                               

Anorexia mirabilis

Anorexia mirabilis, also known as Holy anorexia, or inedia prodigiosa or colloquially the post girls, is the eating disorder, similar to anorexia that was common, but not only in the Middle ages in Europe, greatly influencing Catholic nuns and re ...

                                               

Anorexia nervosa

Anorexia nervosa, often referred to simply as anorexia is an eating disorder characterized by low weight, food restriction, fear of gaining weight, and a strong desire to lose weight. Many people with anorexia consider themselves to be overweight ...

                                               

Ataque de nervios

Attack de nervios is a psychological syndrome mostly associated in the United States, with Spanish-speaking people from the Caribbean, although usually detected among all Iberian-happened cultures. Attack de nervios is translated into English as ...

                                               

Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder

Avoidant / restrictive food intake disorder, previously known as selective eating disorder, is a type of eating disorder in which people eat only within an extremely narrow repertoire of products. This avoidance may be based on appearance, smell, ...

                                               

Bouffee delirante

Bouffee Delirante is a cultural syndrome in West Africa and in Haiti, sudden release of aggression, confusion and agitation, possibly including visual and auditory hallucinations and paranoia.

                                               

Brain fag syndrome

Syndrome fag brain was described by RH Prince in 1960. It was first discovered in Nigeria, describing students with symptoms including somatic, sleep-related and cognitive complaints, headache, neck pain, difficulties in concentration and memoriz ...

                                               

Bulimia nervosa

Bulimia nervosa, also known simply as bulimia nervosa, an eating disorder characterized binge eating subsequent purging. Overeating refers to eating large amounts of food in a short period of time. Purging refers to attempts to get rid of the foo ...

                                               

Bullerby Syndrome

The Bullerby syndrome is a term that refers to the idealization of Sweden, which may occur in German-speaking Europe. It consists of the stereotype image of Sweden with typically positive associations, including wooden houses, clear lakes, green ...

                                               

Couvade syndrome

Couvade syndrome, also called sympathetic pregnancy, is a condition in which a partner experiences the same symptoms and behavior of expectant mothers. These are often large weight gain, changes in hormone levels, morning nausea, disturbed sleep. ...

                                               

Daughter from California syndrome

"The daughter from California syndrome" is a term used in the medical profession to describe a situation in which a long-lost relative arrives at the hospital to which a dying elderly relative is being treated, and insists that the medical team c ...

                                               

Dhat syndrome

Dhātā syndrome is a condition found in the cultures of South Asia, in which patients report that they suffer from premature ejaculation or impotence, and believe that they are passing semen in urine. The condition has an organic cause. In traditi ...

                                               

Dorian Gray syndrome

Dorian gray syndrome refers to a cultural and social phenomenon characterized by a mans extreme pride in his appearance and fitness of his physique, which is accompanied by difficulties with the psychological demands of maturation and aging of hi ...

                                               

Exercise bulimia

Exercise bulimia is a subset of the psychological disorder called bulimia in which a person is compelled to exercise in an effort aimed at burning the calories of food energy and fat reserves to an excessive level that negatively affects their he ...

                                               

Falling-out

Quarrel is culture-the syndrome is primarily reported in the southern United States and the Caribbean. It is described as a constricted consciousness as a psychological response to anxiety and specific stressors. Sudden collapse characterizes epi ...

                                               

Ghost sickness

Ghost illness is a cultural belief among some traditional indigenous peoples of North America, in particular, the Navajo, and some Muscogee and plains cultures, and also among the Polynesian peoples. People who are anxious and / or consumption of ...

                                               

Glass delusion

The glass delusion is an external manifestation of mental disorder recorded in Europe mainly in the late middle Ages and early modern times. People were afraid that they were made of glass "and therefore likely to shatter into pieces." One famous ...

                                               

Grisi siknis

Grisi siknis is a contagious, culture-a syndrome that occurs predominantly among the Miskito people of Eastern Central America and affects mainly young women. It is also known as "grisi munaia", "Chipil siknis" and "nil siknis". In recent cases o ...

                                               

Hi-wa itck

Hi-WA itck a legend about love mainly associated with Mohave American Indians. This syndrome is associated with separation of a loved one symptoms such as insomnia, depression,loss of appetite, and possibly suicide. Hi-WA itck is usually faced by ...

                                               

Hwabyeong

Hwabyeong or Hwabyung is somatization disorder, a mental illness which arises when people are unable to confront their anger as a result of conditions which they consider unfair. Hwabyung is a colloquial and somewhat inaccurate name, As it relate ...

                                               

Hypergymnasia

Anorexia athletica, also called hypergymnasia is an eating disorder characterized by excessive and compulsive exercise. An athlete suffering from sports anorexia usually exercises to give yourself a sense of control over her own body. Most often, ...

                                               

Jerusalem syndrome

Jerusalem syndrome is a group of mental phenomena associated with the presence of religious themed obsessive ideas, delusions or other psychosis-like experiences that are triggered by a visit to the city of Jerusalem. Its not endemic to any one r ...

                                               

Jumping Frenchmen of Maine

Jumping Frenchmen of Maine were a group of 19th-century lumberjacks who exhibited a rare disorder of unknown origin. The syndrome entails an excessive startle reflex, which can be described as an uncontrollable "jump", people with this condition ...

                                               

Juramentado

Juramentado, in Philippine history, refers to a male Moro swordsman who attacked and killed the target occupying and invading police and soldiers, expecting to be killed himself, the martyrdom undertaken as a form of Jihad, considered in the form ...

                                               

Karoshi

Karōshi, which can be translated literally as "death by overwork" in Japanese, professional sudden mortality. Major medical causes of karōshi death are heart attack and stroke due to stress and starvation rations. This phenomenon is widespread in ...

                                               

Kayak angst

Kayak angst or nangierneq is a condition that is likened to a panic attack, which has historically been associated with Inuit from Greenland. It is specifically described as an episode of intense anxiety among the hunters of fishing for one perso ...

                                               

Koro (medicine)

Koro is a culture-syndrome, a delusional disorder in which a person has an overwhelming belief that the genitals are retracting and will disappear, despite the lack of any true longstanding changes to the genitals. Koro is also known as shrinking ...

                                               

Latah

Lata, from South-East Asia, is a condition in which the result of abnormal behavior of a person experiencing sudden shock. When surprised, the victim is usually involved in such behaviors as screaming, cursing, dancing movements and uncontrolled ...

                                               

Little emperor syndrome

Little Emperor syndrome is an aspect / view of the mainland China policy of "one child", where children of modern upper-class and wealthy Chinese families to gain seemingly excessive amounts of attention from their parents and grandparents. In co ...

                                               

Locura

Locura, which translates as "the madness" in Spanish, is a mental disorder characterized as a severe chronic psychosis. This term refers to the cultural-syndrome, found mostly in the countries of Latin America and Latinos in the United States. Al ...

                                               

Clinical lycanthropy

Clinical lycanthropy is defined as a rare psychiatric syndrome that involves a delusion that the affected person can transform into, has transformed into, or an animal. His name is associated with the mythical condition of lycanthropy, a supernat ...

                                               

Medical students' disease

Medical students disease is a condition that often students who perceive themselves to experience the symptoms of the disease they are studying. The condition associated with the fear of Contracting the issue. Some authors have suggested that the ...

                                               

Muscle dysmorphia

Muscle Dysmorphia is a type of obsessive mental disorder, dysmorphic disorder, and are often grouped with the eating disorders. In muscle dysmorphia, sometimes referred to as bigorexia ", "megarexia" or reverse anorexia ", delusional or exaggerat ...

                                               

New World Syndrome

New world syndrome is a set of non-communicable diseases caused by the consumption of unhealthy food and a sedentary lifestyle, particularly amongst indigenous peoples "New world". Indigenous peoples of Oceania and polar peoples, and, perhaps, ot ...

                                               

Nowhere girls

"Nowhere girls" or "Mei nu" is a neologism coined to describe women who have no money, no job, no education, no prospects, no looks, no friends, not sophistication. In the transcription and pronunciation of "nowhere girls" is the same as "beautif ...

                                               

Opsophagos

Opsophagos was an ancient Greek prototype of a person who exhibited a seemingly uncontrollable desire for opson or seasonings. The lack of opsophagos was opsophagia, for which the closest English equivalent gourmandise. However, because fish / se ...

                                               

Orthorexia nervosa

Orthorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by excessive healthy food. This term was introduced in 1997 by the American doctor Steven Bratman, M. D. He suggested that some peoples dietary restrictions designed to promote health can, pa ...

                                               

Paris syndrome

Paris syndrome is a condition exhibited by some individuals when visiting or going on vacation to Paris, the strongest shock to discover that Paris is different from their expectations. The syndrome is marked by mental symptoms such as acute delu ...

                                               

Pasma

Pasma refers to a "folk illness" unique to the Filipino culture that is considered to be the most commonly caused by exposure of "cold" and water in many forms: water is believed to facilitate the unhealthy coldness that enters the body in the Fi ...

                                               

Piblokto

Piblokto, also known as pibloktoq and Arctic hysteria, is a condition often appears in the society of the Inuit living in the Arctic circle. Piblokto a culture-specific hysterical reaction in Eskimos, especially women, who may perform irrational ...

                                               

Princess sickness

Princess disease, also known as Princess syndrome or the disease of the Princess, a neologism used colloquially in Eastern Asia, to describe the condition of narcissism, egocentrism and materialism in women, or "Princess" behavior. Conversely, bu ...

                                               

Pro-ana

Pro-Ana refers to the promotion of behavior related to the eating disorder anorexia nervosa. This is often referred to simply as Ana. A less used term Pro-MIA refers to bulimia and is sometimes used interchangeably with Pro-Ana. Pro-Ana organizat ...

                                               

Puppy pregnancy syndrome

Syndrome puppy pregnancy is a psychosomatic disease in humans caused by mass hysteria. The syndrome is considered to be localized to villages in several States of India including West Bengal, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand, Orissa and Chhattisgarh, and ...

                                               

Resignation syndrome

The retirement syndrome is a dissociative syndrome, which causes a strange condition, first described in Sweden in the 1990-ies. The condition affects mostly psychologically traumatized children and adolescents in a tense and lengthy process of m ...

                                               

Retired husband syndrome

Syndrome of her husbands pension is a psychosomatic, stress-related illness, which is estimated to occur in 60% of Japanese elderly women. This is the condition when a woman begins to exhibit signs of physical illness and depression as their husb ...

                                               

Running amok

Out of control, sometimes referred to as simply amok or crazy, also spelled amuck or Amuk, from the South-East Asian Austronesian languages, "an episode of sudden mass attacks on the people or items, usually for one person after a period of incub ...

                                               

Scrupulosity

Thoroughness is characterized by pathological guilt about moral or religious issues. It is personally distressing, objectively dysfunctional, and often accompanied by significant impairment in social functioning. It is typically conceptualized as ...

                                               

Shenkui

Shenkui culture bound syndrome native to China and existing in a world in which people suffer withdrawal like symptoms, including painful brainfog, chills, nausea, and even flu like symptoms of the anxiety believed to be caused by loss of semen a ...

                                               

Sudden arrhythmic death syndrome

The syndrome of sudden arrhythmic death-is the sudden unexpected death of adolescents and adults, mainly during sleep. One fairly common type known as Brugada syndrome. Sudden infant death syndrome is rare in most parts of the world. This syndrom ...

                                               

Susto

Susto-cultural illness primarily among Latin American cultures. It is described by Razzouk et al. as the state of fear and "chronic somatic suffering due to emotional trauma or witnessing traumatic experiences lived by others". Susto is classifie ...

                                               

Suudu

Suudu is a culture-specific syndrome of painful urination and pelvic "heat" familiar in South India, especially Tamil culture. It occurs in men and women. It is popular to explain the increase in "inner heat" from the body often due to dehydratio ...

                                               

Taijin kyofusho

Taijin kyofusho is a Japanese culture-specific syndrome. The term taijin kyofusho translates into the disorder of fear of interpersonal relations. Those who have taijin kyofusho are likely to be extremely confused about yourself or the fear of di ...

                                               

Tanning dependence

Tanning addiction or tanorexia is a syndrome in which the individual is represented in physical or psychological dependence on sunbathing or the use of ultraviolet tanning beds. Compulsive tanning may satisfy the definition of a behavioral addict ...

                                               

Ufufunyane

Ufufunyane is a cultural syndrome, as described in the culture as a curse and obsession. Seen in Zulu and Xhosa-speaking communities in South Africa. In Kenya, it is called Saka. This state of alarm attributed to the effects of magical potions, o ...

                                               

Usog

Installation usog or Balis topic in psycho-medicine in Filipino psychology where an illness or mental disorder is due to greeting a stranger, or the evil eye hex. It usually affects an unsuspecting child, usually an infant or toddler who meets a ...

                                               

Wannarexia

Wannarexia, or anorexic yearning, is a label with those who argue that anorexia, or willing, but unable. These individuals are also called wannarexic," I want to be Ana ” or anorexic wannabe ". The neologism wannarexia is a hybrid of the last two ...

                                               

Wechuge

In wechuge is man-eating creature or evil spirit that appears in the legends of the Athabaskan people. In beaver mythology, he is said to be a person who was possessed or the illusion of one of the ancient giant totem animals - related to become ...

                                               

Wendigo

A wendigo is a mythological man-eating creature or evil spirit from the folklore of the first Algonquin tribes of the United Nations based in the Northern forests of Nova Scotia, on the East coast of Canada and the Great lakes of Canada and the U ...

                                               

Wild man syndrome

Syndrome wild man, also known as syndrome wild pigs, is a cultural syndrome that affects mental health-New Guinea men in which they become hyperactive, clumsy, kleptomaniacal and convenient amnesia". He is known in various languages of New Guinea ...

                                               

Zou huo ru mo

Zou Ho ru, MO or qigong deviation, the concept of Chinese culture is traditionally used to indicate that something went wrong in the spiritual or martial arts. Community qigong uses this term to describe a physiological or psychological disorder ...

                                               

Bibliography of tourism

This is the bibliography of works related the subject of tourism. Tourism is travel for recreation, leisure or business purposes. The world tourism organization defines tourists as people who "travel to and stay in places outside their usual envi ...

                                               

Outline of tourism

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to management: Tourism is traveling for pleasure or business, as well as the theory and practice of tourism, attraction, accommodation and entertainment of tourists, and servic ...

                                               

Allotment (travel industry)

Allotments in the tourism industry are used to refer to a specific unit at a predetermined carrier seats or hotel rooms that were purchased and held travel organizer with a huge buying power like a wholesaler, tour operator or hotel consolidator, ...

                                               

Amaala

Amaala is one of the potential mega projects in Saudi Arabia. In the framework of the project it is planned to create in the North-Western coast of the red sea. The project was called" the Riviera of the Middle East”. Public investment Fund of Sa ...

                                               

Jorn Bjorn Augestad

bjørn Augestad is a Norwegian citizen, whose plans caused wide discussion. Augestad runs a blog called "201 country" to document his efforts to visit every country in the world before he turns thirty years old. Security experts outlined their pla ...

                                               

Bierbach an der Blies

Bierbach an der-B is located, is a small village oversight of the characteristic Bliestal meadows. It was built on the right Bank B is located and is part of the Bliesgau I. As a consequence, the territorial and administrative reform of 1974, Bie ...

                                               

Brimmer Hall

Brimmer hall is a Jamaican great house and 642 acres of plantation, located near port Maria, Saint Mary, Jamaica. In Brimmer hall of the eighteenth century belonged to Zachary Bailey in several adjacent sugar cane plantations. They consisted of a ...

                                               

Destination image

Destination image is one of the most popular research topics in the tourism literature. For any given travel situation, the consumers are spoiled for choice of direction and destination images play a crucial role in making purchasing decisions. T ...

                                               

Destination management

Company is a professional services company with local knowledge, experience and resources, working in the development and implementation of events, tours, transportation and logistics programs. There are very few organizations for management purp ...

                                               

Dynamic packaging

Dynamic packaging is a method used in the holiday package orders, to give consumers the ability to build your own package of flights, accommodation and car rental instead of purchasing a pre-determined package. Dynamic packages differ from tradit ...

                                               

East Bay (Rhode Island)

Narragansett Bay divides the state of Rhode island into two parts. The term East Bay refers to communities on the East side of the Bay, including Bristol, Warren, Barrington, Tiverton, little Compton, Newport, Middletown, Portsmouth and Jamestown ...

                                               

Einod

The village Einod, Ehnedd in the local dialect-the County town Homburg. It is part of the Saar-Palatinate district and is located in Saarland. It includes three municipal factions: Einod, Ingweiler and Schwarzenacker. The first documentary mentio ...

                                               

Environmental impact of recreational diving

Environmental impacts of recreational diving is the effects of diving tourism on the marine environment. Usually they are considered to be side effects, and include damage to reef organisms is incompetent and ignorant divers, but can also be posi ...

                                               

Heritage commodification

Commercialisation of heritage is the process by which cultural themes and expressions come to be evaluated primarily from the point of view of their exchange value, in particular, in the context of cultural tourism. These cultural expressions and ...

                                               

Impacts of tourism

The impact of tourism includes the impact of tourism on the environment and communities of destination and its economic contribution. It was part of the discourse of tourism since the 1970s years, with a growing in recent years due to disputes ab ...

                                               

International tourism advertising

International tourism advertising is tourism-related marketing by private or public organizations, directed to the audience abroad, and can influence potential tourists and non-tourists. Fully private firms such as travel agencies, hotel chains, ...

                                               

Leakage effect

In a study of tourism leakage is the way in which income from tourism is lost to other countries. Leakage may be so significant in some developing countries, which partially neutralizes the money generated from tourism.

                                               

Opaque travel inventory

An opaque inventory is the market of selling unsold travel inventory at a discounted price. The inventory is called "opaque" because the specific suppliers remain hidden until after the purchase was completed. This is done to prevent sales of uns ...

                                               

Overtourism

Overtourism it is perceived congestion or overcrowding from an excess of tourists, which led to conflicts with local residents. The term is often used, starting in 2015, but now the most frequently used expressions to describe the negative impact ...

                                               

Scuba diving tourism

Diving tourism-a sector based on servicing the needs of recreational divers to other areas where they live. It includes aspects of training, equipment, Sales, rental and service, guided by experience and environmental tourism. Motives to travel f ...

                                               

Sightsmap

Sightsmap sightseeing popularity heatmap overlaid on Google maps, based on crowdsourcing: the number of Panoramio photos taken at each place in the world. The website aims to find and explore interesting places for tourism and sightseeing. The mo ...

                                               

Smart tourism

Smart tourism is an important component of smart cities. Tourism is one of the most important components of economic growth for the entire population. A key requirement of tourism to attract more and more tourists from different corners of the wo ...

                                               

Souvenir

souvenir or token of remembrance is an object a person acquires for the memories the owner associates with it. A souvenir can be any object that can be collected or purchased and transported home to the travelers memory of the visit. While there ...

                                               

Souvenir spoon

Spoon souvenir spoon is used as a souvenir or to display as a trophy of having been there. Spoons can be made from different materials such as silver, Nickel, steel, and in some cases wood. They are often hung on the spoon for clothes and usually ...

                                               

Tafi Atome Monkey Sanctuary

Tafi Atome monkey sanctuary-a traditional sacred conservation groves established in 1996 under the direction of Peace Corps volunteer as community-based ecotourism project. Tafi Atome house Mona and Patas monkeys.

                                               

Tour-realism

Tour-realism is a new trend in alternative tourism. It differs from mass tourism and "independent tourism", a form of tourism involving absolutely no intermediaries in the organization of the tour. T. R. operators are usually the country in which ...

                                               

Tourism improvement district

Improving tourist areas such as the district to improve business in the United States. The purpose of PIV increased the number of overnight visitors using business and services in this area. TIDs are formed on the basis of public-private partners ...

                                               

Tourism mobility

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