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Pro-Poor Tourism: Association With Development Term Paper

… It is noted that pro-poor tourism net benefits to poor communities extend beyond economic benefits, as they cut across environmental, social, and cultural benefits (Spenceley, Habyalimana, Tusabe, & Mariza, 2010). This is because pro-poor tourism in any community or nation facilitates rapid diversification of tourism products (Torres & Janet, 2004). Communities are driven to find tourist interests, an in return tourists demand economic, and cultural, social, and environmental goods from the community (Akyeampong, 2011). Therefore, pro-poor tourism is a flexible and alternative form of creating sustainability, responsibility, and ecological emphasis over the environment, socio-cultural, and economic elements of a community (Torres & Janet, 2004). This is because tourism calls for more sustainable management of natural resources and the environment as well as stimulating the development…. [read more]


Sustainable Tourism Development Essay

… These strategic files are (Ministry of Regional Advancement and Tourist, 2012):

1. Approach for the production and advertising of the nationwide tourist brand name;

2. The nationwide advancement technique for spa and wellness tourist;

3. The nationwide ecotourism advancement approach;

4. The beach tourist advancement method;

5. The strategic and functional tourist advertising strategy for 2011-2015;

6. The strategic and functional tourist advertising strategy for Bucharest, 2011-2015 (Jaliu, 2012).

This is very inclusive information; where does the point c) get answered within it? Please make accordingly.

Task 1E -- Explain the importance of public private partnerships and the advantages and disadvantages, detailing any conflict that can occur:

The concern with public and private partnership is one of the burning issues in the public administration of…. [read more]


Hospitality and Travel Marketing Term Paper

… TOURISM / HOSPITALITY & TRAVEL MARKETING

In recent years, the comprehensive atmosphere of tourism has undergone extensive changes worldwide in comparison to tourism during decades of the past. The traditional face of tourism has been exposed to numerous acts of terrorism, and even more recently, historical natural disasters. Although these recent tragedies have significantly altered tourism, the tourism and hospitality sector nevertheless remain as one of the largest components of the global economy. Even in recent years, the growth rate of tourism supersedes that of most other goods and services. As a result of this rapid growth, the profile of tourists has changed as consumers apparently have become more experienced, more demanding, and more likely to treat tourism purchases in very much the same way…. [read more]


Types of Tourism Literature Review

… ¶ … Tourism

What are the many and varied categories of tourism and travel? What specific advantage does one form of tourism have over another, and what are the most coveted venues for the business traveler, the leisure traveler, or the adventure traveler? These and other issues pertaining to tourism and travel will be reviewed and critiqued in this paper. Tourism is an enormous business, having a major impact on economies worldwide. For example, global tourism is the largest business sector in the world economy; the "Travel & Tourism" (T&T) industry provides over 230 million jobs and over 10% of the gross domestic product globally, according to www.ecotourism.org. Moreover, tourism is a principal export (foreign exchange earner) for 83% of third world countries, and the…. [read more]


International Development Studies Economic Development and Culture Change Term Paper

… International Development Studies: Economic Development & Culture Change

According to Sen, democracy is associated with the freedom of thought and action and, deriving from this, the freedom of the individual, political freedom, freedom of the press etc. In this sense, this concept of freedom (individual, political etc.) also infringes on the concept of economic development because a free economic agent will find it more motivating to commit himself to entrepreneurship etc. In this sense, entrepreneurship has always been considered as the engine of economic growth and development, so, in this sense, democracy, supporting freedom, also supports economic freedom and economic development.

The U.S. is obviously the best example of the impact of democracy on economic growth. U.S. democracy has constantly encouraged individual freedom and this…. [read more]


Development of Health Management System in Saudi Arabia Research Proposal

… Healthcare in Saudi Arabia

Project Title: Development of Health Management Systems in Saudi Arabia

Geopolitical Overview

Within the global healthcare model there are various expressions of appropriateness of care. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, for instance, healthcare has always been the purview of the government, funded at the behest of the ruling family, designed for a predominately young or middle aged population, and certainly not designed for the increasing urbanization and economic improvements that oil and natural gas have brought to the region. In addition, changing demographics in the Kingdom make it necessary to rethink the model of healthcare.

A geopolitical and cultural background of the country and comparison with the region is first provided to engage the reader in the synergism between these…. [read more]


Poker Machines: Hitting it Big Essay

… The common good and social justice obligates public to respect and promote human rights, while fulfilling their vocation. Therefore, implementing these expectations will assist the gambling person to flourish in the society and establishing their social welfare and common good.

The Hotel Industry

The industry globally acknowledges that the gambling machines are an essential aspect of entertainment. Gambling is a practice accepted widely across the globe, with many federal governments drafting laws and regulations to facilitate the casinos. The common good of the issue to the hotel is that it prospers the owners of the hotel industries and their employees. This facilitates the welfare of the society, promoting human flourishing. The owners of hotels and the gambling machines benefit from the earnings of the players.…. [read more]


Social Media Marketing in Serbian Tourism Industry Thesis

… To help the industry achieve this aim, strategic marketing plays a substantial role. While there are various components of this strategy, the one that stands out in the Digital Era is the use of social media. How do travelers to Serbia use social media to plan their trips? How do organizations in the tourism industry use social media to appeal to consumers? Understanding the way in which these two groups view the phenomenon of social media usage can help to enable a deeper understanding of how social media can be used as a component in Serbian tourism's market strategy as well as the marketing strategy of tourist and hospitality organizations around the world.



To date, some organizations within the tourism industry are…. [read more]


Timesharing in Resorts Term Paper

… Timesharing in Resorts

Holiday and a Vacation?

Present Issues

Summary of the Structure of the Industry

History of Hospitality 6 Hotels

Types of Hotels 7 Resorts

Types of Resorts 9 Timeshare 10 Beginning of Timeshare 12 Types of Timeshare 13 Timeshare developers 16 Demand/Season 17 Timeshare Stats 17 Advantages of Timesharing

Marketing of timeshare relates to Customer Satisfaction

Research Framework & Survey 22 Data collection 23 Data analysis 23 Findings 27 Reliability of the Survey 28 Demographic Profile of the Students 28 Interest of students in Lodging Operations 28 Perception of Timeshares 30 Relations and Comparison Between Variables

Analysis 32 Conclusion 34 Limitations 34 Problems and How to Deal with Them

V Results

Reliability of the survey 36 Demographic profile of the students 36 Interest…. [read more]


20Th Century Capstone Project

… The Investigator, as mentioned above has the overall coordination responsibility on the site. It is in the way in which it conducts the investigation that the results can be rapidly identified. This is also due to the fact that "the designated investigator-in- charge organizes, conducts, controls, and manages the field phase of the investigation, regardless of whether a Board Member is also on-scene at the accident or incident site. (The role of the Board member at the scene of an accident investigation is as the official spokes-person for the Safety Board.) The IIC has the responsibility and authority to supervise and coordinate all resources and activities of all personnel, both Board and non-Board, involved in the on-site investigation." (Federal Aviation Administration, 2010)

Another important role…. [read more]


Human Motivation it Is Often Claimed Term Paper

… Human Motivation

It is often claimed that certain negative outcomes of frustrated need can be countered by social and institutional support. According to much research the outcomes of abject poverty can be varied for the better with increased social and institutional support. (Ellwood, 1988, p. 238) the textbook outlines two scenarios of frustrated human need for, poverty and a difficult life. (Franken, 2007, p. 227) in one scenario Peter (15), experiences the frustrated need associated with poverty and a difficult life and responds with appropriate hostile feelings. Yet, Peter has the advantage of the influence of caring and supportive parents. For this reason Peter's hostile feelings regarding the frustration of poverty are channeled into instrumental behaviors, self-control and involvement and conventional participant behavior which is…. [read more]


Negative Impact of Video Games on Children Research Paper

… Negative Impact of Videogames on Children

Video Games are very entertaining and for millions of children around the world it is an interesting hobby. These children are able to balance videogames as an entertainment without affecting their real lives. However, as several research studies have shown, video games have become a negative influence for a sizable proportion of children who are not able to achieve this balance. In such children long-term health and behavioral effects have been reported. The development of addictive personality and being lost in the virtual reality of the gaming environment results in a sedentary life style posing a high risk factor for developing obesity and attendant health complications. My personal experience of witnessing friends who are addicted to Grand Theft Auto…. [read more]


International Investment in Thailand Research Proposal

… ¶ … International Investment in Thailand

Recent developments in Greece and elsewhere in the euro periphery demonstrate that investing always incorporates risk, even in the relatively stable societies of Western Europe. Thailand, on the other hand, has seen asset prices sink in recent weeks as the political status quo frayed, but while this is a good time to review our portfolio's exposure to the country, I see no reason to make a dramatic change to existing allocation.

As of April 27, the benchmark Stock Exchange of Thailand Index (.SETI) was down 5.4% from the recent high of 808.15 touched on April 5 (SET market data). Significantly, this market peak coincides with the April 7 emergency decree that initially alerted global media and investors that the…. [read more]


Overarching Goal Essay

… ¶ … overarching goal of this study was to develop an improved understanding concerning assessing and developing the survey research methodology within an educational setting in general and the use of the survey research method to determine attitudes and behavioral intentions of the students in a university setting regarding their acceptance of e-learning in particular. The first part of the study presents the breadth component which is used to identify the differences between three important research paradigms which are defined, compared, and contrasted with various types of research methodologies with a particular emphasis on survey research methodology, using a selected bibliography to evaluate the methods.

Identifying Constraints to e-Learning for Rural Nigerian Students

The Breadth Component

Introduction

This study is organized into three parts. The…. [read more]


Demise of the Soviet Union Resulted Term Paper

… ¶ … demise of the Soviet Union resulted in the emergence of 15 independent republics that, in turn, entered a soul-searching period to survive and prosper. At stake were the identities of nation-states whose political and cultural legacies were buried by 70 years of communist rule. Some states like Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania fared better than Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. States like Ukraine and Belarus suffered both politically and economically. Tajikistan was mired in civil war that preoccupied its supranational leadership. The smallest three republics in the Caucasus; Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, fared far worse, in part because severe dormant ethnic tensions were revived. Moreover, civil wars in Georgia especially areas like Abkhazia and Ossetia, as well as a territorial dispute between Armenia and…. [read more]


Comparative Politics Development in Emerging Economies of Latin American Countries Term Paper

… ¶ … Economies of Latin American countries

Comparative Politics

Latin America includes conceptually Central America, Mexico, the Caribbean and South American countries. In this culture is home to around 500 million people who speak mainly Spanish and Portuguese. The largest metropolis in Latin America is Mexico City with around 19 million.

Among the ten largest cities in the world belongs to the Brazilian metropolis of Sao Paulo and the Argentine capital Buenos Aires. In Latin America, according to studies by the World Bank, especially in Brazil, the country is in a dynamic economic growth of around five percent a year. Many countries in Latin America will benefit because of the good relations with China from the economic boom of the People's Republic.

China has now…. [read more]


Policing Liquor Licensed Premises in Hong Kong Research Proposal

… Best Practices in Policing Alcohol and Licensed Premises

Today, Hong Kong enjoys a free market economy but it is highly dependent on the international trade, finance and tourism sectors for its revenues (Hong Kong 2009). The Mongkok Police District of Hong Kong is the subject of the dissertation (see map at Appendix ____ and District Boundaries as set forth in DC MKDIST'S Standing Order No. 1-01 at Appendix ____). There are currently more than 5,000 liquor licensed premises in Hong Kong, with 396 of them being situated in the Mongkok Police District. The number of bars/pubs, nightclubs and restaurants is 49, 33, and 314, respectively. In addition, Mongkok is an unofficial red-light district in Hong Kong; while the area is home to a number of…. [read more]


Affirmative Action in Hiring Term Paper

… It does not matter what the audience ratings for the station are. This has reduced the income of these stations by an average of 63%. The practice is very widespread as 91% of the broadcasters targeted to these segments had experienced NUD according to the results of the survey. (Advertisers avoid Black Media) Thus it is clear that there are some practical difficulties for the advertising industry to give opportunities to the deserving candidates from the minority communities. For some people, at sometime, the truth may be unpalatable.

There is confirmation through the FCC report that some advertising decisions are still being influenced by old stereotyped thinking like "prospects not suspects." The study was authored by Ofori who said that the client was presented with…. [read more]


Popularized Social and Cultural Trends Thesis

… But even this assumption has given way to other kinds of considerations as new forms of affordable, interactive technologies are finding favor across socio-economic, gender, racial and other classes (Morrissey and Manning, 2000). The fact is that access to new forms of learning is being seen by students and teachers alike as a very desirable way to learn more than what schools have to offer. (See http://www.GreenHeart.org.)

A related problem is connected to the cost factors for governments as they struggle to pay for American and other national educational directives and systems. Continuing and/or nonstop learning through programs in communities is expensive. It requires large amounts of time and money as well as psychic energy, and these resources are becoming difficult for individuals and governments…. [read more]


Best Export Strategy to Expand Highest Quality Table Wines to India Term Paper

… Export Strategy

Expansion of Highest Quality Table Wines to India

India: Business, Economy and Trade Policy.

Many Indian businesses "Look East" toward ASEAN, the Association of South East Asian Nations. They believe that in the long-term the ASEAN countries will offer better opportunities than the West (Maizels, 2000. PG 12).

Until quite recently ASEAN countries looked askance at India, even though some ASEAN countries have sizable Indian communities. Their doubts were due to India's long embrace of socialism and its stifling bureaucracies. The years since about 1994 have seen substantial changes in attitude, although incidents such as the Indian government's refusal to allow the Tata business empire to forge an alliance with Singapore Airlines still causes heads to shake in Southeast Asia.

In 1992, the…. [read more]


Maritime Laws: 3 Case Studies Professional Writing

… ¶ … cause rivers, harbors, and seaports to 'silt up'. These changes to rivers, harbors, and ports can have a deleterious impact upon water-going traffic, as they make the water-way shallower in certain areas, and impact the ability of the harbor and seaport to function and sustain import and export capabilities. These issues are significant for the locale, city, county, region, and potentially have both national and global impact. Economic value of a seaport/harbor must be weighed against issues of ecological impact when considering work such as dredging needed to maintain and preserve that port. Loss of a seaport or harbor could potentially have an adverse impact on domestic and global economies due to loss of trade; business prospects could be experienced all throughout the…. [read more]

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