GlossPost: Tourism glossary (eng,fra > eng,fra)
Thread poster: catherine abherve-gueguen

catherine abherve-gueguen  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 10:14
English to French
May 25, 2007

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Posted by: catherine abherve-gueguen

Title: Tourism glossary

Source language(s): eng,fra

Target language(s): eng,fra

Source: ciret

Comments:

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English>French, French>English tourism glossary

"To make available to researchers the contents analysis through a thesaurus of 1,400 key-words (see below) and a geographical index (see below) concerning world-wide tourism and travel research through access (up to date) to 138,905 articles, documents, books that CIRET has read systematically for them, with the indication of authors(s) title and publisher."

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URL: http://www.ciret-tourism.com/

GlossPost entry: http://www.proz.com/glosspost/10158


 

LesBrets  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 10:14
English to French
Just - Thanks Catherine! May 29, 2007

Excellent link in the international tourism studies field Catherine.

 


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