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)

  • 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

  • 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  

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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)

  • Tourism

    A. Listening B. Questions - Marketing and Advertising; Raising Finance; Accounting: 1. What are the 4 Ps and the 4 Cs of the marketing? 2. What is profit and loss account? 3. What are the advantages and the disadvantages for borrowing money from a bank/a friend/a loan shark? 4. What is market...

      393 Words | 2 Pages   Price elasticity of demand

  • Tourism

    A SEMINAR PROJECT ON “TOURISM INDUSTRY IN INDIA” SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE DEGREE OF MASTERS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SESSION (2011-2013) SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY: Mrs...

      19851 Words | 73 Pages   Rajasthan, Tourism, Tourism in India, Jaisalmer

  • tourism

     HANOI TOURISM INDUSTRY RESEARCH PROJECT Group 1 September 25th, 2013 CONTENTS I. Introduction II. Opportunities and Threats III. Major competitors & Competition in HANOI IV. The survey...

      1418 Words | 7 Pages   Tourism, Sales, Strategic management, Economic growth

  • Tourism

    Tourism Policy, 2052 Preamble: Tourism has been competitively and rapidly developing in the world, and due to specific natural and cultural heritages there is a great possibility of tourism industry in Nepal. Hence, in order to increase national production and income, to expand the earning of foreign...

      2473 Words | 12 Pages   Tourism, Pacific Asia Travel Association

  • tourism

    2.Sun International as an example to other Tourism Organization Sun International is a leading and a multi-national corporation that exist to promote tourism and meet the interest of its consumers. So, the various tourism organizations can learn a lot from Sun International, such managing the long-term...

      639 Words | 4 Pages   Competition, Marketing

  • Tourism

    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 College of Nursing 1.3.2...

      593 Words | 2 Pages   Social networking service, Tourism

  • tourism

    WESTERN REGION As part of the outlined programmes for the HND tourism III and the B’Tech students, we visited Butre on the 11TH October, 2013. This field trip was organized by the liaison office of the school in conjunction with the tourism department. The trip was undertaken by 42 students consisting...

      472 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Tourism

    Ger Instructor: Professor Ai Ping Ma             Author: Gerui/格瑞             Department: International Tourism and Management Department             Professional: international, Tourism and Management             Student ID: 2009290053 Completion Time: April 10, 2013 Abstract In this thesis...

      3401 Words | 10 Pages   Mongolia, Cave

  • Exploring Marketing Strategy of Culinary Tourism Development in Hong Kong and Singapore: a Resource-Based Theory

    Exploring marketing strategy of culinary tourism development in Hong Kong and Singapore: A resource-based theory Chen-Tsang (Simon) Tsai Ph.D. Candidate, Division of Hospitality Management & Education, Department of Human Development & Family Studies, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan...

      7543 Words | 22 Pages   Strategic management, Singapore Tourism Board, Hong Kong cuisine, Dim sum

  • "Comparison and analysis of the tourism development in Republic of Maldives and Kerala using Rose's Theory of Lesson drawing"

    the development of tourism industry in Kerala which is in South India and Maldives which is in the Indian Ocean, South west of India. The study starts with a brief introduction of Republic of Maldives their tourist organisations and their various policies for developing the tourism industry. This is followed...

      5726 Words | 28 Pages   Maldives, Tourism, Asia, Euro

  • Tourism

    3.Backpacking What is backpacking? A backpacker is a person that travels with everything he/she needs in one backpack and most of the time walks to discover the environment while doing all sorts of activities. They spend nights in backpackers hostels where they share rooms with 4-6 other people...

      800 Words | 4 Pages   Baggage allowance, Baggage, Hostel

  • tourism

    Impacts of mobile phone use in Melbourne---Ivy 1.2 Background Communication is a fundamental aspect of social interaction. The last decade has seen a proliferation of interpersonal communication technologies. These new forms of communication seem to change perceptions of time and place, because they...

      606 Words | 2 Pages  

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