International Tourism

International Tourism
QUESTION: You should consider the role of an international tourism manager and using examples discuss and explain the strategies that must be put in place if the business is to be successful and above all sustainable. You may wish to consider carbon management, supply chains, CSR among others. You should be sure to take a critical view of the strategies you should discuss and decide whether, how and why they will contribute to a successful business.
*Essay will be assessed in terms of its content, style and structure.
1) Validity and clarity of any arguments put forward.
2) Apply theory into essay and explore and apply with examples
3) Demonstrate your ability to analyze and synthesize information into a logical argument
4) Draw a well thought through conclusion.
* To answer the questions:
1) You should take the role of international manager to mean anyone with responsibility for a tourism organisation large or small.
2) You are discussing and analysing strategies not companies
3) You should use companies as examples of good or poor practice.
4) You may need to consider success and sustainability through different strategies.
5) Success isn’t just about profitability.
6) Consider your points from both business and customer perspective.
7) You should consider fewer strategies in more depth, but may wish to mention the ones you do not discuss in an introduction.
* Structure of essay: (Remember to use well referenced examples from the literature and relevant tourism industry examples.)
1) Introduction
2) Discussion and analysis of strategy
3) What is it, how is it used, what are the benefits and barriers to a company using this strategy.
4) How does it benefit success/ sustainability
5) Repeat for a second/ third strategy
6) Conclusion (This is where you summarize your findings and you may wish to suggest which strategies you think are most important to success/ sustainability)

Neighborhood Field Trip

Neighborhood Field Trip
Paper 2—Neighborhood Field Trip
The purpose of this paper is to gain some firsthand experience with some of the topics we’ve been covering this semester, and practice critical thinking and writing by bringing concepts, theories and empirical knowledge from the course to bear on what you saw and experienced during the field trip. There are two parts to this assignment: you need to go on one of the field trips discussed below and turn in 2-3 pages of notes that describe where you went and what you saw and experienced. We will talk more about how to do this in class. The second part of the assignment is the paper itself, which should be 6-9 pages. You will staple both of these documents together and turn them in at the same time. People missing the field note portion of the assignment will automatically lose 50 points from their paper grade.
The purpose of the paper is to connect some of your real-life field trip observations to class readings and concepts, arguing how different readings and ideas apply, explain and/or provide insights (or not) for understanding the place you visited, or things that you saw. You will choose one to three themes from your field trip observations to discuss in your paper. You will need to discuss at minimum three readings from class and provide summaries of the arguments and ideas you will apply to interpreting these aspects of your field trip experience. You will also need to include some relevant background information about your neighborhood, from news sources, the census or other appropriate sources to support the points you make and put your own observations in context.
For example, if you visited Eastmont Town Center, what readings could you use to explain some of your observations about the neighborhood? What do the readings leave out? Are there competing explanations for things you observed? Does census data support your observation that a neighborhood is “poor”? You should draw on anything from class that you think is relevant, and you may bring in outside readings as well. Make sure your discussion engages the readings you choose—simply pointing out that a reading is relevant to something, but not explaining how or why in detail, will not be sufficient for earning a good grade on this assignment.
Tips:
When thinking about which observations to focus on, remember that a large part of your grade will be based on how well you were able to apply readings from class to them. Therefore, if you saw something that seemed really interesting, but does not link easily to a class reading, it might not be the best choice for this assignment.
As with the last paper, some readings lend themselves more easily to this assignment than others. For most of you, the readings from week 7 and 8 and 11 and 12 will probably be the most relevant.
Make sure to begin your paper with an introduction that states where you went on your field trip, and the themes and readings you will discuss.
Watch out for stereotypes! Try not to assume things about what you see. Ask yourself, is there another explanation? What kind of support do you have for a conclusion you might draw about someone or something?
Neighborhood Field Trip Possibilities:
For all three of the possibilities, take notes on what you observe as you pass through the neighborhoods. What can you tell about the neighborhoods you pass through? For example, what does the neighborhood look like in terms of the type and quality of housing and landscaping? What about amenities such as parks and variety of stores? Who is around outside? What are they doing? What is the transportation access like? Are there things to walk to? Would you feel safe walking around in the neighborhood? Why or why not? Is there a police presence? Are there major employers in the neighborhood? Do the types of people getting on and off the bus change along with the neighborhoods? Are there things that signal to you the class status of people and places you see? What are they? What were the richest and poorest neighborhoods you passed through? How could you tell?
Bus Tour
You might want to do this project with a friend. Make sure to go during the day. Choose a bus route that travels through poorer and wealthier neighborhoods in the East Bay. Typically, these go east-west, from the “flats” to the “hills” and vice versa. Two suggestions are the #18 bus from Berkeley BART, which travels south and east to its final stop in the Montclair district of Oakland. The #26, which you can catch at the MacArthur, 12th St. or West Oakland BART, travels through west Oakland and up to Piedmont. These two are suggestions; students may choose other routes as long as they pass through poorer and wealthier areas.
Car Variation of Neighborhood Tour
Driving around a neighborhood in the privacy of your or a friend’s car is a very different experience than riding the bus, but the advantage is that you can explore more of the neighborhood. If you do a neighborhood tour by car, you need to experience more of the neighborhood and you have to get out of your car at least once! As with the bus tour, you need to make sure to visit poorer and wealthier areas that are fairly close to each other. You can follow a major bus route, or use the census info below to identify appropriate areas. For example, if you are driving in West Oakland, the area adjacent to Emeryville and Mandela Parkway look very different than streets a few blocks south. Find a map of the area, and look for parks and schools, and include these on your tour. Stop at a store or restaurant and go in. Record your observations, paying attention to what you see and experience, as noted above.
Eastmont Town Center, Oakland
Consider your drive or bus ride to Eastmont Town Center to be part of your field trip and observe the neighborhoods you pass through as you approach it. Eastmont used to be one of the bigger malls in Oakland, but the atmosphere of the “town center” is different than other malls you are probably used to. Walk around and note the different stores and people there. Describe the people you see and what they are doing. Is there a security presence? Anything going on in the parking lot? Visit during the day, preferably during a weekday (mostly closed on Sunday) and bring a friend.
Eastmont Town Center is at Foothill Blvd. and 68th Ave. in Oakland and is accessible by bus or car.
Sources of Neighborhood Information
U.S. Census: Determine the zip code of one of the neighborhoods you visit—look at a map, or record an address you pass by and search it on Google. You can then use the zip code to easily look up demographic information about neighborhoods, which you can use to put your observations in context and provide some background about your neighborhood. The easiest option for finding this information (in my opinion) is through the New York Times Census Explorer. You can google this or, go to http://projects.nytimes.com/census/2010/explorer. The official census website , which contains more detailed information from different sources (but is less user-friendly) is called American FactFinder. http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml###
Local Newspapers: The San Francisco Chronicle, The Oakland Tribune, The West County Times, The Berkeley Daily Planet, San Jose Mercury News
Online Encyclopedias: This may perhaps be the only time in your college career that you may use Wikipedia as a source of information for your paper. You may use it to reference historical information on Berkeley, Oakland or other local cities that you think is relevant background for your paper. You may also use it for history of Eastmont Town Center. Demographic references however, should come from the census. If you are interested in local history, a good book is Berkeley, A City in History by Charles Wollenberg.
Richmond Confidential. A project of the UC Berkeley journalism school, this website is a great source of information about neighborhoods in Richmond, if you decide to do your neighborhood trip there.
Eastmont Town Center.
“How shopping mall became the Eastmont Town Center”; Oakland Tribune, February 29, 2004
“Rethinking an old box”; East Bay Business Times, November 10, 2000

ACT Tourism Position Paper

ACT Tourism Position Paper
See ‘Task outline’ for comprehensive description however here is a basic outline:
Prepare a Position Paper setting out your submission to the ACT Government Inquiry into the ACT 2020 Tourism Strategy . It is expected that you will refer to recent tourism and other relevant literature to support your argument.
2000 words

tourism project

tourism project
Write a detail tourism plan from Las Vegas to Canada. mainly visiting vancouver, british columbia, calgary, and edmonton.
references number depend on what you wrote.
Detail description see attachment and some information should included in the project.

Case Study

Case Study
Cases or case studies are used to illustrate situations or scenarios in which problems need to be solved. These can be reported as real-life situations or they can be constructed situations. When provided with the task to analyse a case study, cases provide a learning opportunity to demonstrate your critical thinking, problem-solving and decision-making skills.
When asked to develop or write a case, you are provided with the opportunity to engage with current issues in a particular field. Thus you will be demonstrating the application of your discipline knowledge (DK) that you have learned throughout the unit; the ability to contextualise your learning; the ability to work independently; and evidence of research skills.
The means of conveying this information is through a written case. As this is a written assessment, in addition to discipline knowledge, your written communication (WC) skills will also be demonstrated in the development of your case and the associated questions. In summary, you should be able to demonstrate your understanding and application of academic material (DK) from the class to current real life events making learning clearly relevant to real-world situations within the event industry..
YOUR TASK: Students are to investigate a current issue within the broad area of sustainability and events. This can be done by researching your chosen issue using both primary and secondary sources of information. The context of the event is as important as the issue due to the nature of sustainability and the impacts from the issues you have studied in the unit.
You may wish to develop the issue(s) you selected for your group presentation or choose to investigate a new issue.
Once you have written your case, you will need to develop three questions. These questions should be aimed at a reader who wishes to analyse your case, being prompted by your questions. You do not have to construct the answers; however they should be able to be answered by reading your case. Thus you will need to demonstrate that you have identified an issue/problem, contextualised your issue within a relevant event, and you provided sufficient information within your case for the reader to make informed decisions.
As you will note from reading the notes explaining cases, you may also provide additional, irrelevant, superfluous information that makes the reader seek out the issue and solve the case. That is, you will need to provide questions that enable the person reading the case to develop their critical thinking skills, decision making and problem solving skills.
Sources of information: text books, academic journal articles (library databases), government and/or industry reports; unattributable literature (e.g. websites); media materials; primary source information. A range of 12-20 relevant reference sources with a minimum of 8 academic references would be the aim to suitably support the development of your case.
Word count: Case 2500 words; plus three questions constructed from the case; plus reference list.

Using an example, discuss the many benefits that tourism can bring to host communities.

Using an example, discuss the many benefits that tourism can bring to host communities.

Question : Using an example, discuss the many benefits that tourism can bring to host communities.

ALL thereferences are from ACADEMIC REFERENCES as this is one of the criteria of the question. Always provide lots of examples. Main heading and sub-heading will be needed and then examples as this is also one of the criteria. A table content would be perfect if you can include that inside.

The Future of Luxury Tourism in the Gulf

Topic: The Future of Luxury Tourism in the Gulf

focus in the three countries : Qatar ( world cup 2020 ) Dubai ( expo 2020 ) Saudi Arabia ( mecca and madinah Religious Tourism ) they buld new 5 stars hotel around the mosques there.
the total number of words not more than 22000 words
and all the referencers online

Event Fine Food Australia

Order Description
Provides an overview of the festival or event concept including an explanation of the type of festival/ event you are discussing.

Outlines the type of organisation responsible for organising the event and the management and staffing and/or volunteer structures.

Identifies the key stakeholders including an analysis of the audience profile for the festival/ event.

The policy context if relevant – how does this event interrelate with tourism, regeneration and/or other policies?

A summary of key risks that face the event in the future.

You should draw on secondary and if possible primary sources. You should reference these on your slides and also include a bibliography, presented in Harvard Style on your last slide.

Some useful websites to look at:

Home

http://www.eventimpacts.com/environmental/

http://www.eventscotland.org/funding-and-resources/event-planning-resources/eventimpacts

References/Sources required are not less than 6 references and updated.

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An investigation of Plymouth University student use of online review to make travel related decisions -Essay

Order Description

I need a writer who familiar with online travel review subject and SPSS 20.0 to draw the finding and discussion sections of the dissertation. And best also have tourism management certificate with good degree. I’ve already collected all of questionnaires data , so i can give the SPSS compressed file and the questionnaire. The write just need to analysis that data and draw the findings and discussion for me. It must to use of frequencies,Crosstabs, Chi-square these three methods. Before the write strart to write findings, she/he need to tell the detailed of how she will draw the results. and many thanks !

REVISION INSTRUCTIONS:

Hello, i’ve read the paper you workd. Sometime point i need you to change, first, this research is not abouth’hotel review’, is general concerns with ‘travel reviews’. Second, could you please label all of tables and graphs(giving their titles and numbers). Third,the disscussion part is not compared with previous literature, and the new information appears which did not indicates in the literature review part, could you please have a read LR part that i attatched the word doc. for you. One more thing, could you please write a conclusion to discribe which methods you used to analysis data, in the case of i make mistake to explain that. Many thanks for you work, i really enjoy to read it.

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An investigation of Plymouth University student use of online review to make travel related decisions-Essay

Order Description

I need a writer who familiar with online travel review subject and SPSS 20.0 to draw the finding and discussion sections of the dissertation. And best also have tourism management certificate with good degree. I’ve already collected all of questionnaires data , so i can give the SPSS compressed file and the questionnaire. The write just need to analysis that data and draw the findings and discussion for me. It must to use of frequencies,Crosstabs, Chi-square these three methods. Before the write strart to write findings, she/he need to tell the detailed of how she will draw the results. and many thanks !

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