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The economic impacts of tourism on Brighton
Pages 30 (7530 words)
The Economic Impacts of Tourism on Brighton [Student Name] [University Name] 2013 Contents 1.INTRODUCTION 3 1.1 Research Aims & Objectives 4 1.2 Rationale of this Study 4 1.3 Overview of the Dissertation 5 2.LITERATURE REVIEW 6 2.1 Decline of Tourism at the Seaside Resorts 7 2.1.1 Brighton as a Seaside Resort 9 2.2 Steps taken by the Government to Promote Tourism in Brighton 12 2.3 Tourist Industry’s Future Trends and Challenges Ahead 13 2.4 Theoretical Framework 13 3.RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 16 3.1 Research Philosophy 16 3.2 Research Design 17 3.3 Types of Data and Data Collection Tool 17 3.4 Sampling Size 18 3.5 Data Analysis and Presentation Techniques 18 3.6 Research Limitations 19 3.7 Ethi
INTRODUCTION Tourism has always been a great source of economic activities. It is one of the largest and constantly evolving industries of the world where growth and development rate is high. Many countries thrive over tourism and it is stated to provide around ten percent of the income of the world with ten percent of the world’s workforce associated with it (Stynes 1997). The social and economic impact of tourism is significant as it leads to the developments of infrastructure, creates job opportunities and brings in an inflow of foreign currency (Stynes 1997). Tourism is also instrumental in preserving the local arts and handicrafts as tourists buy various articles such as pottery, carpets, wood carvings, metal carvings and other types of handicrafts as souvenirs (Mirbabayev & Shagazatova n.d.). ...
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