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Journal of Earth Science Research. 2022; 1: (1) ; 1-13 ; DOI: 10.12208/j.jesr.20220001.

Literature Review: Progress in Border Tourism Research: from 1999 to 2019

作者: 王桀 *, 苏季珂, 林年容

云南大学工商管理与旅游管理学院 云南昆明

中国旅游研究院边境旅游研究基地 云南昆明

*通讯作者: 王桀,单位:云南大学工商管理与旅游管理学院 云南昆明;

发布时间: 2022-01-14 总浏览量: 702



关键词: 边境旅游;文献综述;关键词共现;聚类分析


Border tourism has an important impact on the economic development of border areas and the relationship between neighboring countries. It is the main means to promote the development of regional integration and strengthen cross-border tourism cooperation. Although domestic scholars have studied the concept, function and influence of border tourism, compared with foreign related research, there are still some problems such as limited research topics, insufficient research depth and lack of comprehensive understanding. Based on 1159 English literatures published in English journals from 1999 to 2019, this paper makes a visual analysis of the time distribution, keyword emergence and clustering characteristics of border tourism research field, and comprehensively combs the research progress and main contents of foreign border tourism. It is found that the research on border tourism in English literature is mainly concentrated in the fields of geography and political science. With the complexity and dynamics of border issues, the research perspective of border tourism begins to shift to economics and management. This paper proposes that the study of border tourism should also highlight the perspective of tourism discipline, focusing on the border tourism system, border tourism attractions, border tourism impact and border effect.

Key words: Cross-Border Tourism; Literature Review; Keywords Co-Occurrence; Cluster Analysis

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王桀, 苏季珂, 林年容, 边境旅游研究进展——基于1999-2019年英文文献的综述[J]. 地球科学研究, 2022; 1: (1) : 1-13.