turism in post COVID era

    m key questions are asked:
    What has changed in the past year? What remained the same?
    What positives have we learned from the pandemic and can we apply in the future?
    What new practices have we introduced and returned to the old ones?
    How much have occupations and economic activities and the way they function changed during the pandemic?
    Answers to previously asked questions
    are in an interdisciplinary approach that as a scientific basis and explanation offers a symbiosis of sociology, psychology, communication, political
    and educational sciences, economics and marketing. Combining knowledge from all these disciplines leads to a qualitative shift that leads to the creation of a broader understanding of the changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic, as
    and how the overall situation will affect all spheres of human life with an emphasis on interpersonal relationships, education, communication, but also tourism as an important branch of the economy.
    Given the interdisciplinarity of the topic of the conference, we bring an overview of related topics on which a quality scientific discussion can be conducted:
    The impact of a pandemic on society and interpersonal relationships
    The impact of the pandemic on business and the employer-employee relationship
    The impact of the pandemic on the business productivity of the working age population
    The impact of the pandemic on business and private life
    Program Committee – Co-Chairs
    Doc. dr. sc. Damir Jugo, Edward Bernays University College
    Doc. dr. sc. Damir Krei, Institute of Tourism
    Doc. dr. sc. Branko Ani, Institute for Social Research
    Family and social entrepreneurship in the function of sustainable tourism development
    Consequences and results of socially responsible behavior of companies in a pandemic
    New forms and ways of business communication in the business world
    Crisis communication in response to a pandemic
    Public appearances of opinion creators (organizations, doctors, scientists, companies, politicians)
    The role of the media in education
    Online teaching – a necessary evil or a good solution Pandemic media coverage and spread
    mass panic
    Misinformation and critical evaluation
    The role of media and new technologies in tourism
    – a shift from manipulation to the common
    Metamorphosis of tourism through rural development
    New tourism products for tourism of the new age New paradigm of tourism
    Networking through connecting special forms
    Emotional communication through experience and
    interpretation in a tourist destination
    Tourist destination as a place for personal
    Creative industry in creating experiences in
    Models of education of local community, employees and
    stakeholders in destinations
    We invite scientists, researchers and doctoral students to submit presentations on these topics.

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