MSS in MSJ
University of Liberal Arts
Introduction: Tourism is now a global industry connecting hundreds of millions of people worldwide; which has been recognized as a fastest rising sector. This industry makes it a key column of economic development of any country.
Bangladesh has some significant tourist attractions such as world’s largest unbroken sea beach Cox’s Bazar, leading world 7 wonder nominated mangrove forest Sundarban etc; but its fails to attract world tourist due to inadequate promotional actions which can uplift the country image as a global brand on tourism.
The main purposes of the research is to evaluate, understand, review and investigate existing situations or problems; find out the appropriate solutions to the problems as well explain new idea and generate scope of further research. Research on the issues on tourism sector is to focus on problems of the specified sector and find out appropriate solution of research.
1. What are the barriers that hinder the development of the tourism industry in Bangladesh and how these have been perceived by different stakeholder.
2. What are the comparative prospects of Bangladesh tourism industry in south Asia.
In order to understand the barriers of tourism, and to find meaningful answer to the research questions, qualitative research needs to be carried forth.
There are two types of research methodologies.
Qualitative and quantitative.
Research based on ‘human’ aspects of information is done by qualitative research. This type of research involves examining and reflecting on the less tangible aspects of a research subject, e.g. values, attitudes, perceptions.
Quantitative research is more on numerical data