Tourism Theory Essays and Term Papers

  • Critical Tourism Theory and Methods

    CONTENTS Introduction Evaluation of Tourism Research Tourism Research Overview 1. Critical Tourism Theory * The Concept of Critical Tourism Theory * Critical Tourism Theory and Data base 2. Qualitative Research * Data Collection Techniques in Qualitative Research ...

      5385 Words | 21 Pages   Questionnaire, Experiment, Frankfurt School, Sampling (statistics)

  • Evaluation of Critical Theory in Tourism

    In spite of the consensus on the importance of research, the existing literature in hospitality and tourism research does not contain any commonly agreed upon ways of evaluating research performance. The most frequently used proxy for assessing research performance is authorship and institution...

      382 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Critical Tourism Theory

    Abstract Tourism research has evolved from the time when studies on tourism were based in other disciplines to become an academic research field of its own. Tourism critical theory is the pinnacle of that development. Today research in tourism is done using both qualitative and quantitative approaches...

      5557 Words | 14 Pages   Social research, Antipositivism, Science, Falsifiability

  • Critical Tourism Theory

    Abstract Tourism research has evolved from the time when studies on tourism were based in other disciplines to become an academic research field of its own. Tourism critical theory is the pinnacle of that development. Today research in tourism is done using both qualitative and quantitative approaches...

      5557 Words | 14 Pages   Social research, Antipositivism, Science, Falsifiability

  • Cultural Theory Essay - Australian Tourism

    The Australian tourism advertisement that was released earlier this year, complete with the tagline “So where the bloody hell are you?” was one of the most controversial government-funded ads in recent memory. The advertisement was created and funded by Tourism Australia and screened on domestic television...

      1738 Words | 6 Pages  

  • Long Tail Theory & Niche Tourism

    LONG TAIL TOURISM: NEW GEOGRAPHIES FOR MARKETING NICHE TOURISM PRODUCTS Alan A. Lew ABSTRACT. The Long Tail concept refers to the Internet-based economy that has enabled company success through a focus on highly specialized services and products that are not in high volume demand, but maybe in high-value...

      6548 Words | 19 Pages   Long tail, Amazon.com, EBay, Social software

  • The Application of Self-Congruity Theory in Tourism: a Review of Literature

    ABSTRACT This article will attempt to provide a theoretical framework of the development of the self-congruent theory utilized in tourism by reviewing relevant literatures, highlighting landmark opinions and comparing the constructive models regarding pertinent issues, including destination image, destination...

      3278 Words | 12 Pages   Self-esteem, Consumer behaviour, Marketing, Affect (psychology)

  • Application of Relevance Theory Tourism Texts Translation

    On the Application of Relevance Theory to Chinese-English Translation of Tourism Texts I. Introduction A. Background and purpose of this research Tourism industry has become a new highlight in the world economy following telecommunications and information industries. According to the estimates...

      4599 Words | 13 Pages   Relevance, Islam in China, Statistical inference, Context-dependent memory

  • Tourism

    Tourism as an industry has been travelling with the wild pace of technological advancements and aboard are people from different places and cultures interacting with increasing ease….since, the globe had been shrunk into a village. Unlike our predecessors, we can affordably and in a shorter time travel...

      544 Words | 2 Pages   Tourism, Globalization, Economic growth

  • Tourism

    economy cannot prosper otherwise. We will aggressively undertake initiatives to seek new markets, promote our exports, attract investments and increase tourism. We will negotiate and enter into bilateral and regional trade agreements that are in our best interests. To these ends, we will also improve capacity...

      10681 Words | 31 Pages   Private finance initiative, Vocational education, Malaysian New Economic Policy, Malaysian Chinese

  • Tourism

    HOW TOURISM CAN CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIO-CULTURAL CONSERVATION Negative socio-cultural impacts from tourism How tourism can contribute to socio-cultural development Tourism can contribute to positive developments, not just negative impacts. It has the potential to promote social development through employment...

      848 Words | 2 Pages   Sustainable development, Ecotourism, Tourism, Sustainability

  • Tourism

    comparison between coastal and island chalets in Malaysia Abstract It is well documented in tourism literature that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are the main players that support tourism growth. Reflectively, the performance of the SMEs has been explored from different aspects. In this...

      7671 Words | 33 Pages   Interview, Qualitative research, Tourism, Research

  • tourism

    AS WE enter the second decade of the 21st century, it's worth taking stock of the great global shifts and challenges facing Australia, and what Australia is doing in partnership with other countries to maintain peace, build prosperity and enhance sustainability for the future. So here are 10 big ones...

      791 Words | 2 Pages   Global governance, China's peaceful rise, Potential superpowers, Democracy

  • Tourism

    VIII. RECYCLING Recycling is the process of re-using a given product (beyond its intended use), or producing a new product from a recyclable material.  • The above definition explains how recycling can be as simple as re-using a given product beyond its intended use. This can be as simple...

      704 Words | 3 Pages   Recycling, Waste, Paper recycling, Waste minimisation

  • Tourism

    change in tourism since 2001. However, there are many arguments about the similarities and the differences of tourism in Vietnam. This essay will demonstrate many aspects of this argument and it also includes the reasons and impacts of rising in tourism. There are many similarities in tourism of Vietnam...

      313 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Tourism

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Tourism is considered to be one of the largest and fastest growing industries in the world. Its global scope, diversity, and interdependent activities require firms to make effective use of information systems and communications technologies. This trend will only continue...

      279 Words | 1 Pages   Advertising

  • tourism

    ’issues’ that affect travel and tourism vary from one place to the next, and from one day to the next. For the assessment of this unit you have to conduct a study of an issue that is currently affecting or has recently (within the last five years) affected the travel and tourism industry. You may choose an...

      23154 Words | 21 Pages   Greenhouse effect, West Antarctic Ice Sheet, Greenhouse gas, Retreat of glaciers since 1850

  • tourism

    (4) Some countries think that tourism plays an important part in the lives of peoples. Do you agree or disagree? Obviously, tourism plays an important part in the lives of many nations. So, it has become an industry. In addition, it has become a source of income to many countries all over...

      460 Words | 2 Pages   Tourism

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    Emerging Issues in the Tourism Industry - Assignment Mark Sheet Name: Muhammad Rizwan Javed CTH number: 35312 Task Activity No. of Internal Marking CTH Marks Moderated Allocated / Final Mark First Internal ...

      263 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Tourism

    respective State Government/State Tourism Corporation is in the ratio of 51:49 respectively. However, in the case of Utkal Ashok Hotel Corporation Ltd., Puri, the Joint Venture ratio is 60:40. The Organising Committee of Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi made the India Tourism Development Corporation Ltd....

      397 Words | 2 Pages