• Pro and Con of of Depend on Tourism
    on these countries. Environmental pollution, destruction of monuments and dilution of culture are some problems that these countries’ government must solve if they depend solely on tourism revenues. Caribbean is an example about impact of tourism on environment. This region gets Millions of...
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  • The Cultural Impacts of Tourism on the Host Communities
    . Successful development of a resource can lead to numerous negative impacts. Among these are overdevelopment, assimilation, conflict, and artificial reconstruction. While presenting a culture to tourists may help preserve the culture, it can also dilute or even destroy it. The point is to promote tourism in...
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  • Tourism in Africa
    nomads in Kenya; they killed wildlife to show their disapproval (Wikipedia-Ecotourism, 2009). Cultural Effects The effects of tourism on culture can help promote locals to preserve their culture by emphasising the importance of the diversity of cultures. Tourists can help strengthen a community’s...
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  • dr in medicene
    Problems Tourism has many negative impacts in the destination such as: cultural, environmental, etc. culture can have influence from the tourists which may result in people slowly adopting to new culture i.e. people will try to copy how tourists dress, talk , behave etc .environment can be...
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  • Tourism
    , Disneyland, Versaille Palace and the like. Tourists who come to Paris will pay expensive ticket if they want to visit these places. All in all, tourism is the fastest growing industry in the world. This makes country richer, introduces country’s image to others and provides jobs for local people. Although tourism sometimes has disadvantages such as destroying nature or culture, it has important effect to a country’s economy....
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  • Tourism Debate Notes
    promoting tourism growth for a sustainable future. 2. Mass tourism is destroying Dubai’s/Abu Dhabi’s traditional culture, identity and way of life. 3. The economic benefits of mass tourism far exceed any negative impacts being experienced by the Dubai/Abu Dhabi community. 4. Dubai/Abu Dhabi...
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  • Global Culture
    been developed rapidly, because of cultural globalization (Bickle&Harrill, citied in Ren, 2010). However, the residents argue that tourism is one factor of destroying local cultures, but Bickle&Harrill state that “tourism can develop their district dialect and tradition, and develop economy...
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  • Tourism
    source of international amity, peace and understanding and a destroyer and corrupter of indigenous cultures, a source of ecological destruction, an assault of people’s privacy, dignity, and authenticity. Here are possible positive effects of tourism: • • • • • • • Developing positive attitudes...
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  • tourism economics
    , awareness, learning, family bonding respect, and liking. Residents are educated about the outside world without leaving their homes, while their visitors significantly learn about a distinctive culture. Local communities are benefited through contribution by tourism to the Improvement of the social...
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  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Tourism 2
    Every year travelling around the world is becoming more and more popular pastime. That is why 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...
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  • Eco-tourism
    : 1. conserve the wildlife and culture of the area. 2. benefit the local people and involve the local community 3. be sustainable, that is make a profit without destroying natural resources 4. provide an experience that tourists want to pay for. So for example, in a true ecotourism project, a...
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  • Globilisation-a Mixed Blessing?
    ignorant that there are negative ramifications. I believe one also needs to consider that as international tourism spreads, as commoditization takes place, one is destroying the assets; the culture, wildlife, and sights. When these things become commodities they lose their authenticity, which is what...
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  • World
    world have their problem when it comes to society and culture. Remember the Woodstock movement and hippie culture in US in 1960s. It's because when lord Parasuram(one of the hindu incarnations) threw away his weapon parasu in the ocean after destroying all the Kshatriyas(a warrior caste in India) of...
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  • 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...
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  • Why Tourism Matters
    . Culture can also be affected as well. Hawaiian Hula, which was originally a sacred temple dance is now often viewed and performed as an entertainment art. Although some may see this as destroying the culture, it allows everyone the opportunity to practice hula and let the ancient art grow, while...
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  • The Role of Architecture on the Tourism Industry
    consumption (Slater, 1999) and thus loss of natural and cultural resources, targets of tourism has started to be shifted from an industry that was developed along the axis of 3S (sun, sand, sea) mass tourism which has been isolated from the culture and economy of the loci, towards one that is organized...
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  • Ethno Tourism Benefits Both Visitors as Well as Tribal Communities.
    the environment might be caused by the over-development of ethno tourism (McLaren, 2001). There are many other negative influences upon the local communities in the same time. These may include the pollution to the natural environment, the eroding of the local culture and the risk of infectious...
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  • Tourism Research
    project area. 8. Culture native customs, dance, rituals, foods, crafts, ceremonies, traditional architecture should be included in tourism planning to enable a new destination to preserve its native culture instead of lessening its value. 9. Environment the aim of tourism is to develop...
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  • Tourism
    ). Considered one of the most important and most prestigious monuments of Islamic civilization,[1][2]the Great Mosque of Kairouan is located in the World Heritage city of Kairouan in Tunisia. Cultural tourism (or culture tourism) is the subset of tourism concerned with a country or region's culture...
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  • The Future of Ecotourism
    the culture of the vacation. Hawaii is one of the last states to be added to the United States. Hawaii is entirely made up of islands. Hawaii is located in the Pacific Ocean. The islands were formed form the volcanoes located in the ocean. The capital is Honolulu and it is located on the island of...
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