• Aunthenticity in Tourism
    According to Theobald (1998:411) authenticity means genuine, unadulterated or the real thing. In modern times tourism is frequently accused of destroying authenticity ((a notion which is problematic in its own term), through commoditization of cultures, such as festivals, dance rituals and food which...
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  • Cultural Tourism in Rajasthan
    REVIEW Tourism is the largest sector of the world. It brings income for a country as well as help to preserve the world heritage. We can say that tourism is playing an important role to provide work for people. Tourism makes a person to away from his home and to do activities. Tourism means travelling...
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  • Nat Sci
    The effects of tourism on the ecological balance of the region can be considered at two levels: I. effects due to tourism infrastructure has been developing tourism and recreational infrastructure in the ecosystem due to the excavation and removal of most local building materials causes irreversible...
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  • Tourism
    The Economic and Social Impact o 1. Introduction Today, tourism is one of the largest and dynamically developing sectors of external economic activities. Its high growth and development rates, considerable volumes of foreign currency inflows, infrastructure development, and introduction of new...
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  • Business Ethic
    Effects of tourism Tourism is the activity of a person or persons traveling to, and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one conductive year. People travel for many different reasons such as: pleasure, study, treatment and jobs. Most of people travel to other countries...
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  • Global Culture
    negative effects that result in the disintegration of local cultures and the loss of cultural diversity in the world. Name: DENG Sili(Samuel) Class: 5A EFS Date: T9 2010 Cultural Globalization Currently, cultural globalization has become a primary trend of development, because of the development...
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    The effects of tourism development in Chiang Rai What happen in Chiang Rai if Chiang Rai do not develop tourism? Chiang Rai has many benefits about geography and location for tourism. Tourism in Chiang Rai is growing continuously. Tourism industry provide a lot of incomes to Thai government. Chiang...
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  • Cultural Tourism
    Cultural Tourism India Cultural tourism India is the predominant factor behind India’s meteoric rise in the tourism segment in recent years, because from time immemorial, India has been considered the land of ancient history, heritage, and culture. The government of India has set up the Ministry...
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  • The Cultural Impacts of Tourism on the Host Communities
    employ local staff for senior management positions, preventing local farmers and workers from reaping the benefit of their presence. Tourism has the power to affect cultural change. Successful development of a resource can lead to numerous negative impacts. Among these are overdevelopment, assimilation...
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  • What Tourism Gives To Ladakh
    What Tourism Gives to Ladakh? Ladakh is an interesting subject to study but its inaccessibility to us and sort of a disinterest for it among us Kashmiri students makes it a challenging and a daunting task to have a thorough research conducted on it. It was obviously not so easy for a research scholar...
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  • Impacts of Tourism
    Impacts of Tourism There has been a growing concern over the impacts associated with the tourism industry development. These impacts have been researched and reviewed by many organisations and individuals in order to analyse the contribution tourism industry has towards the different aspects of society...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Tourism 2
    the tourism industry is growing at a tremendous rate, and such trips are becoming more affordable for people with average income. But as with any business, tourism has both positive and negative sides. On the one hand, tourism can cause great damage to the country, both economic and cultural. For...
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  • Soci-Cultural Impacts of Tourism
    FEBUARY 2013 Tourism is a social, cultural and economic trend which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business purposes. These people are called visitors and tourism has to do with their activities, some of which imply tourism expenditure...
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  • Cultural tourism
    International Tourism assignment Cultural Tourism R00101950 Jordan Williams In this essay I will be examining cultural tourism, what cultural tourism is and what cultural tourists demand, the importance of conservation and sustainability within cultural tourism and the role that authenticity...
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  • Commodification Impacts on Tourism
    Impacts of “Commoditization” on Tourism Tourism & Social Policy Impacts of “Commoditization” on Tourism Types of tourism, these days, seem to be as plentiful as ice cream flavours. Marketing teams have developed “the dream vacation” for just about...
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  • Sustainable Tourissm
    What is Sustainable Tourism? In the previous modules, we discussed basic principles of marine protected area (MPA) management planning. We turn now to sustainable tourism planning itself. Over the next several days we will discuss the benefits and costs of sustainable tourism to MPAs and to communities...
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  • quotes concerning tourist gaze
    authentic encounters with exotic others. The natives become the spectacle.“ „The commoditization of people and their cultural traits and customs may alter cultural meanings and destroy their authenticity. Instead of the “real” thing, the commoditization of cultures leads to a fake or a “staged authenticity”(MacCannell...
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  • A Qualitative Assessment on How Cultural Villages Influence Tourism Development in South Africa
    Introduction Tourism is a major contributor in South Africa’s resources. Government is now more focusing on tourism and its attractiveness mainly lies in cultural diversity. Attractiveness included cultural villages, museums and cites of rock art. Among these, cultural villages have been part of the...
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  • the agri-tourism in batangas province
    AGRICULTURAL TOURISM IN BATANGAS PROVINCE Presented to the Instructor of Eng 103 College of Accountancy, Business, Economics and International Hospitality Management BATANGAS STATE UNIVERSITY Batangas City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for Technical Writing By...
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  • tourism economics
    The Economic and Social Impact of Tourism Today, tourism is one of the largest and dynamically developing sectors of external economic activities. Its high growth and development rates, considerable volumes of foreign currency inflows, infrastructure development, and introduction of new...
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