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International Tourism: The Main Issues Affecting the Sector By Student’s ID Number Module Title and Number Name of Professor/ Tutor International Tourism: The Main Issues Affecting the Sector Introduction Some of the important issues affecting world tourism relate to the economic repercussions from the global recession, the threat of world-wide terrorism, and the outcomes on socio-economic progress both locally and globally.
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Economic Impact of Global Tourism Tourism has changed people’s perception of the world. The term ‘global village’ has been around for quite a while; however it is this global tourism that actually made people realize what it truly means. Global tourism has had a tremendous impact on the global economy.… These serve well. The first article captures the true…
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According to World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes (UNWTO, 2011). Tourism is globally… Therefore, while evaluating tourism as a whole it is imperative to consider its dark…
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Tourism Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Discussion 6 Illustration of Dubai as a Tourist Place 6 Illustration of Dubai as a New Paradigm 8 Conclusion 11 12 References 13 Introduction The tourism industry is one of the fastest growing industries of the world.… Annually a large number of tourists visit Dubai to explore its beauty and iconic…
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A country that faces low seasons of tourism, especially developing countries, is likely to suffer. Most countries attract tourists by ensuring that… Consequently, tourism is advantageous to any nation that desire growth. Countries should encourage tourism because it creates a significant amount of job opportunities, leads to economic growth, and enhance the…
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This essay looks at the whole field of tourism in my hometown of Mombasa, Kenya, its benefits to the community, the various ways to promote it and its social, economic and environmental effect on the region. A. The basic goal of promoting tourism, in Mombasa, is to develop the… The government should ensure that there is a maximum security for both domestic…
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In 1994, the United Nations stipulated released Recommendations on Tourism Statistics, which defined various categories of tourism (Buhalis & Laws 2001). According to the recommendations, the three forms of tourism are domestic tourism, which involves residents of a country… China’s outbound tourism is fast growing unlike in the past where many limitations…
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Ontario Ministry of Transportation Transportation and tourism industry is highly connected due to the mutual benefit associated with the two departments. Most tourists love proper and enjoyable experience while moving from one place to the other and that is exactly what transportation department does.… Air passenger travel is very critical in tourism industry…
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Seven Sisters Country Park is a prominent natural park in the Sussex County of England. This park offers visitors a large number of attractions. Apart from leisure activities, the biodiversity and the varied landscape available in the Seven Sisters Country Park makes it a sought after destination for educational visits.… After an analysis of the existing…
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The purpose of this essay is to provide a critical examination to the theory that high performing companies continue to introduce new products and provide focus to growing revenue and market share during a recession. The format that this paper will take is to first provide… After this point the paper will give some insight as to the overall trends in the…
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Leisure activity has different cultural meanings. The research delves on leisure activities. Leisure activities focus on both physical leisure activities. The physical activities include sports activities.… The research delves on leisure activities. Leisure activities focus on both physical leisure activities. The physical activities include sports…
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Name: Instructor: Task: Date: Tourism leakages Most countries have benefited from tourism economically due to foreign exchange. However, some countries have not highly benefited from the venture. This is because of the high expenditures that these countries incur due to the demands of the tourists.… However, due to other factor like tourism leakages a country…
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Sustainable tourism connotes tourism that maximizes benefits ascribed to tourism while at the same time minimizing costs borne by the natural environment as well as the local communities, and has the capacity to be undertaken indefinitely without jeopardizing the resources that facilitate its operation (Page, 3).… Three prime components known as the triple…
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Alternative Tourism [Name] [Date] Introduction Under conditions of modern globalized world there are many different options for development of various human activities. Cultural interchange between different countries and the ability of one country to support developing nations by means of tourism cannot be denied as a perfect alternative of economic and social development of the country.…
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Name Tutor Course Date University International Tourism Question # 1 Tourism planning entails the promotion of tourism through strong tourism development approaches. This is essential for the achievement of successful tourism management and development. Planning focuses on changing regulations in a system so as to promote orderly developments in tourism.…
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The paper "Sustainable Tourism" concludes with the proposition that the various benefits of tourism can be successfully enjoyed if proper measures are implemented at the local, regional and national levels to ensure effective management of all tourism related activities. … The term sustainable tourism covers a broad area such as eco-tourism, green travel,…
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Malaysia is a well-known country for its tourism because of scenic beauty that includes idyllic beaches, lakes in between lush green forests with… However, a decline in the tourism industry has been seen. It may be because of the declining consumer trend towards tourism due to the financial crisis. The industry is also helping in creating possibilities of low…
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Tourism has been traditionally considered as one of the most effective tools which is provided to modern human in order to help him to escape from daily routing and enjoy a series of activities that offer a – temporary – but necessary break from the ‘obligations’ of… In this context, tourism offered by the state is really important for people of ‘weak’…
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Ethno-Tourism [University] [Instructor Name] INTRODUCTION According to ‘The Paradox of Tourism’, Ethno-tourism is the tourism attracted by small ethnic groups and their exotic cultures. Ethno-tourism plays a very important part in contributing to the national economy of a number of third world countries (Bolnick 2003).… Even though ethno-tourism is one of the…
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Tourism Summer [Name] [University] SECTION A Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating Aboriginal art and craft into Indigenous tourism Aboriginal art and craft includes paintings, sculptures, wood work, stone carvings, ornaments, jewelry and many other products made with the help of plants and animals.… At first it seems like a great idea to…
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In the paper “Tourism education” the author analyzes the origin of tourism education and postgraduate courses. According to the author, tourism course design focuses on fulfilling the requirements of employers, government funding agencies as well as the students.… Later on when tourism was introduced, the course also followed a similar…
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The proposed topic of the research is ‘the changing paradigms in the travel and tourism industry: New trends and Special interest tourism’. In the contemporary times, travel and tourism has emerged as a standalone industry with wide scope. … Holloway (2002: 205) says that the ‘scope of providing new attractions to feed the insatiable appetite of the tourist is…
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However, some scholars argue that it is sustainable tourism and economically viable because it contributes highly to government revenues, enhances… Various reports show that endangered species such as the lions have reduced by 30% in Africa and the cats are perceived as seriously imperiled. In one of the reports that were published in the year 2011, it…
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Tourism Policy Table of Contents Introduction 4 Importance of Tourism 5 Effect on Tourism Industry due to Terrorist Attacks 6 Terrorism in Maldives Tourism Industry 6 Terrorism in US’s Tourism Industry 7 Terrorism in South Africa’s Tourism Industry 8 Terrorism in Kenya’s Tourism Industry 8 Terrorism on Egyptian Tourism Industry 9 Response of Global Tourism Industry 11 Tourism Recovery 13 Breaking Obstruction and Managing Development 16 Conclusion 19 References 20 Introduction “The global tourism industry has experienced many crises and disasters including terrorist attacks, political instability, economic recession, bio security threats and natural disasters” (Ritchie, 2004).…
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Sustainable Tourism as defined by the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) is ' the optimal use of natural and cultural resources for national development on an equitable and self sustaining basis to provide a unique visitor experience and an improved quality of life through partnership among government, the private sector and communities.…
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