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Turističko poslovanje
2016, br. 18, str. 99-107
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
objavljeno: 21/01/2017
doi: 10.5937/TurPos1618099C
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Šumski well-being turistički proizvod - primer shinrin-yoku, Obedska bara, Srbija
Faculty of Tourism Studies - Turistica, University of Primorska, Slovenia

Sažetak

Šuma je svojevrsni prirodni resurs kapitala na osnovu kojeg se, eksploatacijom njenih nedrvnih proizvoda (eng. nonwood forest products - NWFP) i socialnih i kulturnih vrednosti (eng. social and cultural values - SCV) može realizovati well-being turističko iskustvo. Šuma ima blagotvorno dejstvo na čovekovo fizičko i psihičko zdravlje i doprinosi opštem blagostanju. Članak se bavi problematkom nedovoljnog prepoznavanja SCV indikatora i njihovog potencijala za razvoj well-being turizma u svetu. Pregledom naučne literature predstavljeni su i rezultati istraživanja, koji se zasnivaju na eksploataciji NWFP i SCV u turističke svrhe. Takođe su predstavljena i korisna dejstva šume na čovekovo zdravlje. Kroz primer dobre antistres prakse iz Obedske bare (Srbija), predstavljen je takozvani shinrin-yoku šumski turistički proizvod.

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šuma; turizam; well-being; socialno-kulturne vrednosti (SCV)

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