• 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 ...
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  • Micros
    about Suzhou’s leisure tourism based on The “layer structure theory” from Metropolitan Coordinating Region planning Abstract Urban circle based on layer structure theory research on leisure and tourism of Suzhou city, mainly from the regional tourism cooperation on the basis...
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  • Innocence Abroad
    Virtual Assignment #1 “Innocence abroad”: A pocket guide to psychological research on tourism Summary The article express tourism in relation with the psychological studies; and came to the conclusion that many relations between the two subjects have been neglected; seeking many opportunities for...
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  • Air Asia
    UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN PERIPHERAL AREA OF MALAYSIA : A CASE STUDY OF KELANTAN KHAIRIL W. AWANG. TLN 2006 47 TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN PERIPHERAL AREA OF MALAYSIA A CASE STUDY OF KELANTAN Khairil W Awang Submitted to the University of Wales in fulfilment of the...
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  • Z Hotel Tourism
    Tourism development: is the process by which a destination area provides facilities and services for visitors, whether on business or at leisure , as a way of securing economic and social benefits. According to Page and Connell destinations move through a cycle of development which lead to...
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  • Tourism Essay
    of it. Theory of authenticity of tourism and tourist typology, motivation and determination are linked together with the brochure which would be expounded as well. Table of Content Introduction 1 Table of Content 2 Definition of tourism 3 Highlights and plans of the day tour 3 Theories link...
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  • Business Ethics and Tourism
    I Tourism Management, Vol. 16, No. 4, pp. 26.3-268, 1995 C opyright © 1995 Elsevier Science Ltd Printed in Great Britain. All rights reserved 0261-5177/95 $10.00 + II.00 C urrent issues B usiness ethics and tourism: from m icro to macro perspectives A lf H Walle Travel and Tourism Program...
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  • Annotated Bilbiography
    different ways in which particular hotels in that area practice sustainable tourism. One hotel in particular which I have stayed at is the Radisson Hotel so this case study was useful to see if there are various area of sustainable tourism which are similar even though the same chain of hotel is in different...
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  • TWS model
    Leiper’s model of whole tourism systems is a useful conceptual framework for generic research into tourism. However, several limitations can be identified regarding its capacity to describe elements that comprise whole tourism systems involving independent bicycle tourism. This article draws on a...
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  • Flori
    identification of the formwhereby collaboration takes place; the institutional constituents behindthese organisational forms and their evolution. Tourism partnerships have turned out to be the rational myth for tourismdestination management. The process of hybridisation of public-privatecollaboration...
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  • Leadership
    Leadership and Entrepreneurship in Hospitality and Tourism Module Guide 44-7976-00S-A Second Semester 2011-2012 (January 2012 - April 2012) Credit Value: 15 lead er [lee-der] - noun 1. a person or thing that leads 2. a guiding or directing head, as of an army, movement, or political group en...
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  • Motivacija
    CONSUMER MOTIVATION IN A TOURISM CONTEXT: CONTINUING THE WORK OF MASLOW, ROKEACH, VROOM, DECI, HALEY AND OTHERS. Pandora Kay Victoria University Track: Conceptual Papers / Marketing Theory Abstract This paper examines the literature on understanding and measuring consumer motivation and the application...
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  • Ict in Tourism
    Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Technovation journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/technovation Information technology and tourism a theoretical critique Philip Alford a,Ã, Steve Clarke b,1 a b Bournemouth University, School of Services, Management, Dorset House, Talbot Campus...
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  • Ethics in Toruism
    [pic] Research Report Ethical issues in tourism and travel industry Group 09 – PGDM HR |By:- | |Abhimanyu Parashar |09HR - 002 | |Avishek Dasgupta ...
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  • Travel
    of what Tourism Motivation is, the factors that affect places tourists visit and things that influence them. This essay is going to cover the most important factors that affect tourism, Maslow’s theory and some ideas others may have that affect Tourism Motivation. Another Definition of tourism Motivation...
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  • Travel and Tourism
    Running Head: TRAVEL AND TOURISM Travel and Tourism [Name of the writer] [Name of the institution] Abstract This study aims tо explore thе motivations fоr tourists' choice оf diverse tourism environments іn а Third 'World country, Nigeria. Results obtained from а questionnaire survey оf 376...
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  • Tourism
    The emergence of tourism as a legitimate area of investigation within the university sector is a recent and ongoing development, and one that has encountered many obstacles. 1.2Tourism as an academic field of study >Tourism perceived as a trivial activity >Large-scale tourism as a recent activity ...
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  • The Impact of the Financial Crisis on the Tourism Industry
    15credits (ECTS) Background and Problem Discussion: The tourism industry has been considered to be an important sector in Tanzania for many years whereby it has strong positive effects on the economic development of the country. The positive impact of tourism on the host country is in areas such as foreign exchange...
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  • Priyanka
    1 Approaches to tourism geography Spatial models and behavioral research Most positivist research has been inductive, aiming to generalize models of tourism structures and flows on the bases of detailed quantitative analyses. They focus on tourist travel, origin–destination flows, and the spatial ...
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  • Role of Media in Tourism
      The  Role  of  Media  Communications  in  Developing  Tourism  Policy  and  Cross‐Cultural  Communication  for  Peace,  Security  for  Sustainable Tourism Industry in Africa          Author: Wilson Okaka   Lecturer (Communications and Environment Programmes)  Kyambogo University Kampala‐(Uganda) ...
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