• Tourism
     effect · Assassination target manages to fight back, ... 8. Cross-Cultural Behaviour in Tourism - Pahina 23 - Mga Resulta sa Google Books books.google.com.ph/books?isbn=0750656689 Yvette Reisinger, PhD, Lindsay Turner - 2012 - Business & Economics 5 Question on whether the respondent's...
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  • I Am Me
    ? Positive impacts of tourism to the nation? What are the economic influences of tourism? What are the positive social effect of tourism? G * What is the fundamental problem face by every society in micro economic? * How would local and world economiesmarkets be affected by the change in oil...
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  • Tourism to Alleviate Poverty in the Philippines
    , according to Communications Secretary Ricky Carandang. Showing what the Philippines has to offer could change the general image of the Philippines to other countries and make them want to be here. Jimenez believes this globalization effect can be used to create a buzz for tourism. Our numbers will...
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  • Sports Tourism
    structure and guide for the direction of the study. Substituting the variables of this study on the model, the researcher came up with the following: The effect of Sports and tourism in the tourism industry, how it will affect the economic and social growth of the Philippines especially in the...
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  • The Impact of Wow Philippines and Its Contribution in the Philippines as Perceived by Foreign and Local Travellers
    that Filipinos can be proud of and natural beauty that even man’s creation cannot match. Philippine tourism slogans should be enticing of wonderful memories in exotic destinations that it is easy to remember. It should be bring to mind the emotions or memories to encourage those who already visited the...
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  • aetas
    • Changes in family relationships and the role of women • Demonstration effects • Increased social problems (e.g. drug usage, alcohol abuse, gambling, prostitution) • Rises in crimes Cultural Tourism as a positive development option Cultural tourism can often provide an attractive socio-economic...
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  • Tourism
    STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The study aims to present the measure of the effect of "It's more fun in the Philippines " campaign to the self-efficacy of students to promote tourism in the Philippines. 1. What is the profile of the students in terms of the ff: 1.1 Age 1.2 Gender 1.3 Course 1.3.1...
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  • Ecotourism
    Figure 6 Chapter 3 Table 1 Table 2 Proposed conceptual framework for research on sustainable tourism development in the Philippines Perceived effects of increased tourist arrivals on family livelihood Visitors arrivals in Southeast Asia (1999-2002) Number of tourists and dollar receipts...
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  • Aviation Polity
    With the naturally-occurring changes in the transport environment, particularly to the aviation industry, the nation is faced with the biggest issue on Philippine Tourism yet. As the economic opportunities through tourism continue to grow high, both the public and the private sectors should...
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  • Sustainable Tourism Development: Its Impact to the Local Government of Tarlac
    Philippine tourism industry, the TMP did note the potential negative economic, social, and environmental impacts of tourism development:“Whilst the long-term costs of these impacts cannot be determined precisely, there is a need to ensure that these costs are not exacerbated by new tourism development...
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  • The Effects of Proliferation of Foreign Investments in the Philippines: Basis for Evaluation of Applicable Laws and Government Policies Affecting Multi-National Organizations
    area’s economic base and expanding the employment market. Statement of the Problem Philippines has a profitable business opportunities, hence investors are flocking in the booming potential of Tourism and Hospitality Industry in the country. This study, which aims to analyze the effects...
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  • The Influence of “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” Slogan as Perceived by Ceu - Makati Tourism Students and Local and Foreign Tourists
    impacts of the new slogan to the tourism industry? 3.1 Economic; 3.2 Social? 4) What are the positive feedbacks and negative feedbacks to the tourism industry of the Philippines? 5) What are the cause and effect of having a new tourism slogan? Assumptions of the Study...
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  • Tourism and Its Current Trends
    because of its direct effects on the social, cultural, educational, and economic sectors of national societies and on their international relations. Tourism brings in large amounts of income in payment for goods and services available, accounting for 30% of the world's exports of services, and 6% of...
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  • Winter Sports Anaylsis
    as the World Travel And Tourism Council, “Estimated that travel and tourism as economic activities generated US$6201 billions which is expected to grow to US$10678.5 billion by 2015”. This is a positive effect because it increases the economies of most countries. Travel and tourism is important as...
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  • The Philippine Tourism Industry Analysis
    THE PHILIPPINE TOURISM INDUSTRY ANALYSIS I. SCANNING OF THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT A. OPERATING ENVIRONMENT 1. ECONOMIC INDICATORS Income, employment, balance of payments and investments are all the positive impacts of the tourism industry. The industry generates income through salary...
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  • Values Clarification for Tourism
    back again and again. It entices different types of people for relaxation, leisure and travel, family bonding, and recreational activities that help them to relieve stress and forget for a while the stressful work. Beyond expectations, Tourism is mainly the first priority of the Philippine...
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  • Solaire Resort and Casino
    on a steady growth of economic expansion, growing at an average annual rate more than 4.5 percent in the past 5 years,” the Heritage Foundation said in the 2013 Index of Economic Freedom. (The Philippines,2013) Recent developments make it more favorable to the country’s tourism sector. From 2010...
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  • Our Research Intro
    for engaging experiences Domestic youth travel is regarded as an extension of the education process familiarizing young people with their country. Meanwhile, travel and tourism in the Philippines performed better in 2011 as the global economic recovery had a positive effect over the...
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  • Overpopulation
    is important, and in some cases, vital for many countries. It was recognized in the Manila Declaration on World Tourism of 1980 as "an activity essential to the life of nations because of its direct effects on the social, cultural, educational, and economic sectors of national societies and on...
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  • Microeconomic Project
    economic activity. In its efforts to monitor the contribution of tourism to the economy the National Statistics Coordination Board (NSCB) together with the Department of Tourism (DOT) get the data on how much it renders through the institutionalization of the Philippine Tourism Satellite Accounts (PTSA...
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