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Plog

(1) (Photo bLOG) A blog that is primarily used to display photos. Generic blogging services may be used, but plogs that are designed specifically for displaying photos are also created. Like a blog, postings are displayed in chronological order. In contrast, photo sharing websites offer features such as editing, folder organization and photo printing. See photo sharing site, blog service, vlog and blog.

(2) (Personalized bLOG) A private blog visible only to customers of Amazon.com. The entries come from the blogs of authors whose books the customer has purchased, from authors suggested by Amazon.com who the customer approves as well as from the company itself when it has timely information to convey. See Amazon.com and blog.
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Con el modelo de Plog se puede clasificar como mesocentrico, ya que los centros turisticos mexicanos son maduros.
En el apartado anterior se ha senalado la importancia de las variables psicograficas primarias como determinantes del comportamiento turistico (RYAN, 1995; PLOG, 1994).
Coombs, "Migration and Adaptation"; Coombs and Plog, "Conversion of the Chumash," 309; Larson, Johnson, and Michaelson, "Missionization among the Coastal Chumash," 263.
Each blends into the other in a "continuum," as Plog calls it, with most people in the middle (see Figure 1-2) and the fewest people at the extremes.
For the definition of symbolic and iconographic styles, see Plog 1995.
Plog, Stanley, "Why destination areas rise and fall in popularity", Paper presented at The Southern California Chapter, The Travel Research Association (unpublished), 1972; cit.
23) Para un analisis mas detallado de la distinta incidencia economica y extra-economica de las diversas modalidades de turismo, pueden consultarse Bull (1994), Plog (1995), Vera y Marchena (1996), Aronsson (2000), Lindberg (2001) y OMT (2001c), entre otros.
NFO Plog, a division of NFO WorldGroup, found that 93% of leisure air travellers had been online for travel information, compared to 67% of business air travellers.
To study the differences among people, psychologist Stanley Plog developed a tourist typology based on personality profile.
allocentric A term created by Stanley Plog to describe a self-confident, outgoing person who seeks adventure, variety, and excitement, especially in travel.
We shouldn't be surprised by the 1999 American Traveler Survey, conducted among 10,000 people nationwide by Plog Research, that ranked Arkansas 41st in vacation satisfaction and 48th, as a future vacation site.
Stanley Plog likened it to being in the "young adult" phase of development.