Ramazanova, Makhabbat

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Makhabbat Ramazanova

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Makhabbat Ramazanova is Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the master’s degree in Tourism and Hospitality at University Portucalense (UPT), Portugal. She holds a PhD in Tourism from the University of Balearic Islands, Spain (2019), a Master's degree in Sustainable Development from the Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland (2013) and a Bachelor's degree in Finance from the Ualikhanov University, Kazakhstan (2011). She is an integrated member of the ‘Territory and Development Research Group’ of REMIT – Research on Economics, Management and Information Technologies (UPT). She has been coordinating and working on EU capacity-building projects with HEIs in Central Asia, Europe, Asia, and Latin America for the past 10 years. Currently she is involved in the projects related to ecotourism entrepreneurship, sustainable tourism, cultural heritage and gastronomy, research management in higher education institutions. Her main research areas are related to tourism-water nexus, sustainable tourism, ecotourism, cultural heritage and tourism, development and management of tourism destinations.

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REMIT – Research on Economics, Management and Information Technologies
Centro de investigação que que tem como objetivo principal produzir e disseminar conhecimento teórico e aplicado que possibilite uma maior compreensão das dinâmicas e tendências económicas, empresariais, territoriais e tecnológicas do mundo contemporâneo e dos seus efeitos socioeconómicos. O REMIT adota uma perspetiva multidisciplinar que integra vários domínios científicos: Economia e Gestão; Ciências e Tecnologia; Turismo, Património e Cultura. Founded in 2017, REMIT – Research on Economics, Management and Information Technologies is a research unit of Portucalense University. Based on a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary perspective it aims at responding to social challenges through a holistic approach involving a wide range of scientific fields such as Economics, Management, Science, Technology, Tourism, Heritage and Culture. Grounded on the production of advanced scientific knowledge, REMIT has a special focus on its application to the resolution of real issues and challenges, having as strategic orientations: - the understanding of local, national and international environment; - the development of activities oriented to professional practice, namely in the business world.

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  • PublicaçãoAcesso Aberto
    Water and the city: Valorising Guimarães water heritage for tourism
    2020 - Freitas, Isabel Vaz de; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Water is the most important natural source of human existence and the main element of the socio-economic development of any industry. Water is an essential in meaningful experience of the visitors, who have an internal relation with this touristic resource as an attraction. As a cultural resource is associated with symbolic and artistic meanings. In urban areas where water is often ignored and its heritage elements are underestimated, the valorisation of its heritage elements and natural state is essential to create a safeguard and protection attitude towards this vital asset of life. To value is to recognise importance, to understand significance, to act towards conservation in both natural and cultural angles, particularly in cities where the conservation of water resources is critical and ignored in an urban development process. In this perspective, the present study attempts to analyse the water heritage state in the historical city Guimarães with the aim to valorise the water heritage resources linked to traditions and local historical narratives. Giving significance to those historical assets, aims to promote sustainable use and sustainable visit development. In this context, it is important to understand the residents’ view about the water presence in Guimarães, to understand the local opinion about the valorisation of water heritage for tourism and to understand what could the city do in conservation and the implementation of sustainable attitude related with this vital resource.
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    Tourism and water resources: interrelationships and consequences: the case of Kazakhstan
    2020 - Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Tourism and water are characterised by a significant and complex number of different, and sometimes bidirectional, interrelationships (Gössling et al., 2012; Tortella & Tirado, 2011). This research area is relatively new and there is a significant deficit in the body of literature concerning this area (Gössling et al., 2015; UNWTO, 2013). [...]
  • PublicaçãoAcesso Restrito
    Analysis of the consumer behaviour regarding the use of online food delivery apps during Covid-19 sanitary restrictions in Portugal
    2022-05-19 - Borges, Isabel; Silva, Fátima Matos; Albuquerque, Helena; Ramazanova, Makhabbat; Marques, Jorge
    The purpose of this paper is to analyse the consumer behaviour regarding the use of online food delivery apps during Covid-19 sanitary restrictions in Portugal. The study explores the behaviour of consumers towards digital food ordering and delivery services, and its impact in the restaurant industry. [...]
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    Gastronomy as intangible cultural heritage and a tool for tourism development: perceptions of residents [abstract]
    2023-06 - Freitas, Isabel Vaz de; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Gastronomy is an integral part of local culture and a sign of the identity of tourist destinations. [...]
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    Water quality of the lakes: Consequences of tourism development
    2019 - Tortella, Bartolomé Deyá; Kakabayev, Anuarbek; Bulai, Mihai; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
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    Geoecological maps of surface water pollution Akmola Region of Kazakhstan based on hydrochemical analyzes
    2020-09 - Beisenova, Raikha; Saspugayeva, Gulnur; Zhamangara, Aizhan; Tulebekova, Assel; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Ecological and geographical map that characterizes the introduction and storage in the natural or built environment of physical, chemical, and biological substances in concentrations exceeding the natural (background) values and adversely affecting human health, fauna, flora, and other components of the environment. Maps may reflect contamination of the earth, atmosphere, surface water and groundwater, soils, vegetation, wildlife, and others. They show the sources of pollution (solid waste, air emissions of gases and aerosols, drains and diversion of utilities and others), pollution factors (impact of power plants, transportation, industrial production, animal husbandry, and so on), distribution of natural and man-made pollutants (mechanical, physical, chemical, biological), and others. The levels of pollution often characterize the performance of exceeding the maximum permissible concentration (MPC), the maximum permissible emissions (MPE), and other regulations.
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    Landscape smells and intangible heritage: the Porto city
    2021 - Freitas, Isabel Vaz de; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Protecting the urban landscape and heritage in historic cities has enormous value, as well as preserving local memories. Furthermore, it is a crucial tool in planning the territory and in the social and economic development of urban sites with a special focus on cultural heritage. In the context of cultural heritage, the smells related to the component of idea of the present work is to consider Portuguese and international students as vehicles of perception of historical sites in the process of monitoring and safeguarding the landscape of the Porto city, in particular the perception of city smells.
  • PublicaçãoAcesso Restrito
    Feeling a historic city: Porto landscape through the eyes of residents and visitors
    2021-10 - Sousa, Cristina; Albuquerque, Helena; Freitas, Isabel Vaz de; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Purpose – This paper aims to monitor the urban landscape through the perceptions of residents and visitors, identifying features that cause visual impacts and providing insights for landscape management decision-makers. Captured impressions about the city whilst moving around are important to assess the satisfaction of city residents and city visitors through key elements, such as directional signage, outdoor advertising, restaurants’ outdoor terrace furniture, urban furniture, green spaces, traffic, cleaning, pedestrian areas, visitor flow and conservation of monuments,museums and buildings. Design/methodology/approach – A survey was applied in the historical Porto city centre (Portugal) to understand residents’ and visitors’ perceptions of the city landscape and assess the differences between these two groups. Cronbach’s alpha was used to assess the reliability of the constructs (dimensions) of urban landscape. Non-parametric Mann-Whitney test was used to find significant differences in the perceptions of residents and visitors. Findings – The results suggest significant differences in the perceptions. Residents value more two constructs of the landscape (heritage conservation and transport mobility) whilst visitors value more other two (pedestrian mobility and aesthetic quality). It is showed that residents have a strong sense of place and are concerned with the conservation of historical heritage. Visitors are more concerned with dimensions intrinsically related to tourism. Originality/value – This research allowed to fill a gap found in the literature, namely, the importance of considering the perceptions of different actors in the urban landscape monitoring. These results are an important contribution for local authorities to understand the value of urban landscape elements from the perspective of residents and visitors. This study opened the possibility of comparing the results from different historical cities centres.
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    The role of social media in the conservation and safeguard of gastronomy as intangible cultural heritage
    2024-03-02 - Ramazanova, Makhabbat; Freitas, Isabel Vaz de; Cardoso, Raquel Santos
    Since 2003, when UNESCO launched the Convention for the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) and gastronomy was included in the World Heritage List as ICH in 2016, the importance of this topic has increased. However, globalization and the mixing of different cultures means that gastronomy as a heritage and related cultural traditions may be lost, requiring urgent action toward its preservation. Nowadays, social media platforms and their importance in today’s society in various fields can be a useful tool in protecting intangible cultural heritage through its dissemination. This study was carried out in the framework of the EURICA project aimed at preserving ritual cuisine as a manifestation of heritage and folklore, making it easily accessible and usable through digitising ritual recipes. In this context, this study aims to identify and analyze already existing international platforms and networks related to gastronomy as cultural heritage, as well as the presence of these platforms in social media. As a result, three international platforms related to the theme of gastronomy as heritage were found and analyzed in terms of their amplitude and spread in social media. It has been found that many countries in different parts of the world have, relatively recently, shown a trend toward preserving their cuisine as a cultural heritage.
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    Ecotourism as a tool for local sustainable development: The case of Burren, Ireland
    2018-10-05 - Tortella, Bartolomé Deyá; Kakabayev, Anuarbek; Bulai, Mihai; Ramazanova, Makhabbat
    Ireland’s environment is a key resource in the tourism sector. Burren area in Ireland is becoming an increasingly popular destination, with both international and domestic travellers, where ecotourism is the main activity contributing to the development of the area. Considering this, it is becoming essential to better understand how ecotourism affects the lives of local people from economic and social perspectives, as well as the environment. Thus, this study aims to examine ecotourism development in the Burren and its contribution to local sustainable development. It presents the interview results with the key experts in ecotourism and recommendations towards sustainable development of the region. Furthermore, core indicators of sustainable tourism have been used to assess economic, social and environmental sustainability of the area.