Theoretical proposal from Systems’ Thinking for the Intelligent Tourism System

Abraham Briones-Juárez, Ricardo Tejeida Padilla, Erika Cruz-Coria, Isaías Badillo-Piña

Abstract


Intelligent tourism is difficult to define not only because there are different interpretations according to the researcher focus and the resources target but also because it is a newly topic with difficulty for its practical application.  However, lately, some authors have been working on the generation of general elements that characterize this kind of tourism activity, such as the technological utilization, social benefits, sustainability relevance, and products design. This study constitutes a theoretical approach from the systems thinking to analyze the scope of the system of intelligent tourism in order to identify some of the elements and relations through the purpose of a holistic interpretation. 


Keywords


Intelligent tourism, system thinking, holistic interpretation

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