Dann, G.M.S. () Anomie, Ego-Enhancement and Tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 4, (77) Anomie, ego-enhancement and tourism. Add to My Bookmarks Title: Annals of Tourism Research; ISSN: ; Short title: Annals of Tourism Research. Explore the motivations that explain the factors in which influence a tourist to travel. Push & Pull Dann, M. S. () Anomie, Ego-Enhancement and Tourism .
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Tourism Management, 26 145— In his study “What makes Tourist Travel” Dann was able to conclude that the answer lied within the socio-phsychological concepts of ‘anomie,’ ” the need that man has for love and affection and the desire to ego-snhancement with his fellow man” Dann, and ‘ego-enhancement. Writing out the tourist in space and time annals of tourism research.
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Dann simply explains push factors as the motive that drives a tourist away from home and pull factors as the motives in which drive a tourist towards a destination.
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