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  1. Tourism and Postmodernism

    Introduction Tourism, in particular mass tourism, is frequently described as a phenomenon of modern society (Sharpley, 1994). It is modern society, through the development of fast, efficient and economical forms of mass transport, increasingly high levels of disposable income and the provision o

  2. Tourism Economics

    Tourism Leakages through Imports and Expatriate Welfare ____________________________________________________________ _______ Abstract Tourism is undoubtedly one of the largest and growing industries in Fiji. It creates employment, brings about economic growth and development and earns a signific

  3. Tourism in New Zealand

    Tourism In New Zealand Executive Summary The following report provides an accurate and informative overview of the nature of tourism, its history and growth, the structure of the New Zealand industry and the impact of tourism from a New Zealand perspective. The report will draw a conclusio

  4. Sex Tourism in Thailand

    Sex Tourism in Thailand As we enter a new millennium the post-colonial nations in the world are still searching for ways to compete in an increasingly globalized, consumption driven economic environment. Many developing countries have speculated that Tourism is an effective catalyst for develop

  5. Determinants of Tourism Demand: for Mexico

    Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey Campus Monterrey Determinants of Tourism Demand For Mexico Emilio Noé Hernández Kelly* Fernando Mendoza López** Econometría II Dr. Héctor Rodríguez Monterrey, Nuevo León, November 29th, 2004 I. INTRODUCT

  6. Nature Based Tourism

    Nature Based Tourism Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. A key element of this growth is attributed tourists wishing to travel outside of the traditional package vacation and pursue individual interests. One of the main features of this is nature-based ecotourism. The

  7. Tourism

    Parag Niwate 28, Behind Sharda Apartment, Chakala, Sahar Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai : 400 093. 1 Objective To find a position which allows me to build on my extensive experience base, challenges me with new problem every day and constantly keep inspiring me to do better than I did yesterday a

  8. The Importance of Tourism to a Country

    Running head: Different Cultures The Impact of Cultural Differences on International Business Negotiation Chang Su The University of Findlay The Impact of Cultural Differences on International Business Negotiation What is the relationship between cultural differences and business negotiatio

  9. Tourism

    Currently, ecotourism is rapidly becoming one of the world's largest industries. According to the World Trade Organization, 600 million people traveled to see "environmental areas" in 2000, spending more than 500 billion U.S. dollars. This makes ecotourism one of the world's number one earners, ahea

  10. Tourism

    Tourism has become one of the most appreciated source of income for many countries of the world. Tourism is the fastest growing industry in this world because it is a very good of earning foreign currency. Tourism has many advantages and disadvantages. The advantages of tourism include firstly

  11. Hospitality and Tourism

    [pic] 1. INTRODUCTION[pic] Destinations are the core of tourism, an industry which is generally defined as temporary travel away from home and the activities undertaken there. From a consumer’s perspective, a destination can seem to be like any other travel destinations that provide broadly s

  12. Evaluate Marketing Opportunities for New Zealand Tourism

    Introduction Analysing marketing opportunities is importance in the marketing planning process. It is to analyse the long-run opportunities in the market so as to improve the business unit's performance. This assignment is to evaluate marketing opportunities of Abel Tasman National Park Exper

  13. Tourism Kenya

    KENYA Introduction The modern history of Kenya however, did not start until the Cushitic people from Northern Africa moved into present day Kenya around 2000 BC. The Bantu arrived and settled at the Coast at around 200 AD. Later between the 10th-14th centuries Nilotic people arrived and occupied

  14. Opportunities and Challenges for Fdi in Tourism Industry in Malaysia

    Opportunities and Challenges for FDI in Tourism Industry in Malaysia CONTENTS 1 Introduction 2 2 Overview of the tourism industry in Malaysia 2 2.1 Arrivals and Receipts 2 2.2 Composition of visitor arrivals 4 2.3 Performance of sub-sectors and new investments 5 2.3.1 Hotels and Lodgings

  15. Tourism

    There are desktop computers in the Library and computer labs, which are available for student use during open hours. All desktop computers have access to the Internet and email systems and have Microsoft office and other software relevant to needs, installed on them. The College has a wireless ra

  16. Tourism Management

    1. Introduction: The purpose of this report is to discuss the impact that crises have upon tourism destination areas. This report analyses the influence that the exposure of the crisis can have on the area and describes methods in which management can implement to overcome the situation. The repo

  17. The Motivation to Travel to a Particular Tourism Destination Can Be a Result of „Push" and/or "Pull" Factors. Explain This Concept and Then List as Many "Push" Factors as You Can Think of That Might Motivate People to Travel.

    Motivation is a process where our need activates a selected behavior thanks to we can try to achieve our goal. The motivation drives us to act in a way to achieve our desire goal. All the push or pull motives are connected with our perceptions, with way how we see and understand the world around us.

  18. Pest Analysis for a Company in the Tourism Industry :

    PEST Analysis for a Company in the Tourism Industry The Tourism industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world. The World Travel and Tourism Council estimates that in 2004 Travel and tourism is expected to generate * US$ 5,490.4 billion of economic activity * 10.4% of

  19. The Tourism Behaviour of Bucharest's Population

    INTRODUCTION Tourism through its content represents a characteristic phenomenon of our civilization, one of the major components of economic and social life which polarizes the interest of an increasing number of individuals. Responsive to the transformations our contemporary world, tourism evolv

  20. Tourism: Should It Be Welcomed?

    Tourism: Should it be Welcomed? In the last decades, domestic and international tourism has become one of the world's largest industries and one of its fastest growing economic sectors. While opinions regarding the effects of this industry on local communities are mixed, it is undeniable that th

  21. Tourism

    Co-operate with government to improve tourism Tourism is important to one's country because apart from generating a variety of tourist and related jobs, it is one of the greatest income too. Country such as Malaysia or Thailand is a beautiful country blessed with many places of interest suc

  22. How Important Is Tourism and Agriculture for the Dominican Republic Economy.

    Thesis Statement How important is Tourism and Agriculture for the Dominican Republic economy. Outline Agriculture • One of the base of Dominican economy • 35% labor force • Produces of Dominican Republic are; coffee, cacao, tobacco, cotton, rice, beans, potatoes, etc. • The Dominican agri

  23. Travel and Tourism

    Unit 1 UK Travel and Tourism Industry Task 4 For this task I was asked to explain, give examples and show how relationships work between different organizations in the travel and tourism industry. Domestic Organisations [pic] The company Shearings Holidays is one of the UK's leading holiday

  24. Sports Tourism

    How many times have you been in a Subway restaurant in Minot or a local gas station and you see a group of kids in the same sports uniform? How many times have you asked yourself, "What are these kids doing in town?"? Well, if you're anything like me, then this has happened to you several times.

  25. European Studies

    Discuss the relative merits/demerits of an agricultural policy oriented to price reform rather than one based upon structural reorganisation "The common market shall extend to agriculture and trade in agricultural products. ‘Agricultural products' means the products of the soil, of stock-far

  26. Impact of 9 /11 on New York City Tourism

    1) INTRODUCTION: The aim of this report is to evaluate the major financial implications of a catastrophe with regards to a particular hospitality sector. This report is divided into four main parts namely, the background information of the catastrophe followed by the definition of the chosen affec

  27. Globalization of Tourism

    Globalization of Tourism By Choi, Jung Ryoul ( Ray ) English 150 Beatrice Neuhold-Orth December 8 Outline I. Introduction A. Thesis

  28. Tourism Industry in India (Nov 2006)

    Tourism Industry in India (Nov 2006) Contents • Introduction • Incredible India • Boom Time • Economic Growth Engine • India on the World Map • The scene till now • Govt Policies and Initiatives • Open Eyes- Open Arms • Challenges • Conclusion • References Intro

  29. Medical Tourism

    Medical tourism, is defined as the practice of traveling to another country to obtain health care. The basic idea is that people travel to another country for health care based on two main reasons; price and/or quality. Other significant factors include convenience (one-stop shop), availability of t

  30. Tourism

    Sex Tourism Introduction Sex Tourism is increasingly spread from one country to the next, especially in developing countries, because the Tourism is one of the big parts revenue for many countries in the word today. This kind of industry has become well-known to the travelers based not by adver