Schublade für Einstiegshilfe / Treppe von Leisure Concepts Für die Verwahrung von Wasserpflege, Reinigungsmitteln oder anderen Artikeln in greifbarer Nähe ihres Whirlpool. Diese Schublade wurde speziell für die Einstiegshilfe / Treppe Grau, Braun und Mokka entwickelt. aus starken Kunststoff gegossen absolut wetterfest, für Innen- und Außenbereich passgenau für Interline Treppe zur Verwahrung von Gegenständen Farbe: schwarz Maße 57 x 14 x 29 cm
SmartStep Spa Einstiegshilfe / Treppe Erleichtert Ihnen den Einstieg in Ihren Whirlpool. Geeignet für den Innen- und Aussenbereich (Wetterfest). Farbe: Braun (Espresso) Abmessung: 90 cm breit 2 Stufen
SmartStep Spa Einstiegshilfe / Treppe Erleichtert Ihnen den Einstieg in Ihren Whirlpool. Geeignet für den Innen- und Aussenbereich (Wetterfest). Farbe: Mokka (Walnuss) Abmessung: 90 cm breit 2 Stufen
SmartStep Spa Einstiegshilfe / Treppe inklusive Schublade Erleichtert Ihnen den Einstieg in Ihren Whirlpool. Geeignet für den Innen- und Aussenbereich (Wetterfest). Farbe: Brau (Espresso) Abmessung: 90 cm breit 2 Stufen inkl. Schublade
SmartStep Spa Einstiegshilfe / Treppe inklusive Schublade Erleichtert Ihnen den Einstieg in Ihren Whirlpool. Geeignet für den Innen- und Aussenbereich (Wetterfest). Farbe: Mokka (Walnuss) Abmessung: 90 cm breit 2 Stufen inkl. Schublade
Research paper from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, course: Marketing Internacional, language: English, abstract: During the last decades wellness tourism has been booming worldwide. Stimulated by an in-creased interest in health and fitness as well as the need to escape from work-related stress, 'spa-going' is now one of the most sophisticated and exciting ways of making holidays in the 21st century. Responding to the increasing demand for wellness, the tourism industry had to adapt its holi-day offers and hotel facilities by creating spa or wellness centres within the hotels and resorts - spa or wellness centres which opened in the cities recently are not entering the field of well-ness tourism and therefore are not recognized in this report. In this report the identification of wellness tourism, its development and its trends are the matter of interest. After the definition of wellness tourism we will delimit its components and some concepts in close relation. In a second step we will explain the international development of wellness tourism which means the underlying mentality changes and its reasons, the history and development of well-ness tourism and the international expansion of spa. The internationalization grade of wellness tourism will be worked out in the third part by giv-ing information about the most important sending and receiving countries, brand philosophies of wellness hotels and international associations of spa and wellness. In the last part of the report we will describe trends of wellness tourism related to the overall demand and offer as well as the most significant motives of the wellness tourist choosing a tourist destination.
'This is a lucid and lively introduction to key concepts and developments in media and media studies. The new edition, with updated case studies and a good range of online reading, is a valuable resource for both students and lecturers.' - Chindu Sreedharan, Bournemouth University 'Has expanded the possibilities of what a textbook can be. Incisive questions framed through accessible and detailed examples provide a platform for a wealth of different activities that engage readers in the critical study of media. ' - Dr Daniel Ashton , Bath Spa University 'Accessibly written and very well-structured, the book will be one of those you go back to time and time again throughout your studies. In addition it also offers that much-needed, little-found extra in a textbook: critical engagement with media and society. A joy for those of us teaching the subject. - Joke Hermes , University of Amsterdam How much of our media experience is shaped by the profit motive of media conglomerates? How much freedom and power do we have as members of an increasingly fragmented media audience? How do the media influence what we understand about friendship, globalization and even our own selves? This book teaches students how to ask critical questions of the media, and gives them the analytical tools to answer those questions. By gaining a rich understanding of how the media play a role in society, both in giving pleasures and creating power relationships, students are encouraged to become critical thinkers. Understanding the Media: Teaches the theoretical foundations and key concepts students need to get started on their own media studies Brings concepts to life with examples and case studies on everything from Harry Potter and Big Brother to the Occupy movement Shows the 'how to' with guided exercises and improves essay writing with a guide to the research literature Helps students take learning further with guided free online readings This is an essential guide to the how and why of understanding the media, perfect for students in media studies, sociology, cultural studies and communication studies. Companion Website now available! Visit for a range of student and lecturer resources.
Key Concepts in Educational Assessment provides expert definitions and interpretations of common terms within the policy and practice of educational assessment. Concepts such as validity, assessment for learning, measurement, comparability and differentiation are discussed, and there is broad coverage of UK and international terminology. Drawing on the considerable expertise of the authors, the entries provide: - clear definitions - accounts of the key issues - authoritative and reliable information - suggestions for further reading Created to support students of education on undergraduate and postgraduate courses, and established education professionals including those who are members of the Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors (CIEA), this book is an accessible guide for anyone engaged in educational assessment. Tina Isaacs is Director of the MA in Educational Assessment at the Institute of Education, London. Catherine Zara was most recently Director of the MA in Educational Assessment and Director of the BA (Hons) in Post Compulsory Education and Training at the University of Warwick. Graham Herbert was most recently Director of the CIEA. Steve J. Coombs is Head of Department for Continuing Professional Development at Bath Spa University, which offers an MA in Educational Assessment. Charles Smith is senior lecturer in economics and education at Swansea Metropolitan University of Wales Trinity Saint David.