Year: 2023 | Month: December | Volume 68 | Issue 4

Methodological Support of Social and Natural-Resource Evaluation of Inclusive Tourist Objects in the Sustainable Development Context

Oksana Kravchenko Viktoriia Krasnomovet Maryna Mishchenk Halyna Bondarenko Liudmyla Moroz Alla Voitovska Nataliia Yaremenko and Iryna Sarancha
DOI:10.46852/0424-2513.4.2023.18

Abstract:

This research aims to form a scientifically grounded and usable methodological support of social and
natural-resource evaluation of inclusive tourist objects for the effective formation of a sustainable
inclusive tourism space. The author’s understanding of the social and natural-resource evaluation of
inclusive tourist objects as a set of ecological, economic, social, inclusive, and rehabilitation approaches
is suggested, which allows monitoring the natural-resource potential taking into account individual
characteristics, the accessibility of the tourist object and its rehabilitation opportunities for people with
disabilities of various nosologies. The research is based on an attempt to take into account subjective and
objective conditions in the aesthetic landscape valuation. The results obtained during their interaction
will make it possible to take into account the peculiarities of the landscape that affects a person, as
well as the specifics of perception and the degree of susceptibility of a person. Compliance with the
recommendations for social and natural-resource evaluation will make the socio-cultural space unhindered
for all categories of the population, which will provide access to social services for each person for
their integration, socialization, and adaptation. Methodological principles of quantitative evaluation of
accessibility parameters and attractiveness factors of natural resources and tourist infrastructure objects
for participants on the implementation of an inclusive rehabilitation and social tourism programme
have been developed, which will provide access to social services for every person and promote their
integration, socialization, and adaptation.

Highlights

  • m Science-based methodological support for social and natural resource assessment of sustainable inclusive tourism sites has been formed, taking into account subjective and objective conditions for the aesthetic assessment of the landscape.




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