Aproximación teórica al turismo sénior /

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Rocío Sarahí Osuna Soler
Tomás Jesús Cuevas Contreras
Beatriz Helena Díaz Solano
Gabino García Tapia

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El ensayo discute un marco conceptual del turismo sénior (TS) y los conocimientos teóricos existentes, buscando una definición inteligible. El contenido incluye un análisis teórico y una reflexión que invita a definir un concepto desde el ámbito de comportamiento y características de la actual generación de turistas sénior, destacando cómo la actividad se relaciona con el turismo sostenible y de bienestar frente a la emergencia sanitaria de la actual pandemia.

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Osuna Soler, R. S., Cuevas Contreras, T. J., Díaz Solano, B. H., & García Tapia, G. (2022). Aproximación teórica al turismo sénior / . Realidad. Tendencias Y Desafíos En Turismo (CONDET), 20(1), 127–141. Recuperado a partir de https://revele.uncoma.edu.ar/index.php/condet/article/view/4190 (Original work published 8 de julio de 2022)
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