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eBook Tourism in Action: Ten Case Studies in Tourism ePub

by J. Ward

  • ISBN: 0748711805
  • Category: Industries
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: J. Ward
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (December 1991)
  • Pages: 224
  • ePub book: 1533 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1744 kb
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Aiming to stimulate interest in the workings of the tourist industry, this book provides case studies to demonstrate how principles are put into practice. Each study features a different sector or aspect of tourism in operation.

Aiming to stimulate interest in the workings of the tourist industry, this book provides case studies to demonstrate how principles are put into practice.

It is, therefore, important that a tourism case study book goes beyond the traditional organization or brand case . If you are a teacher, we wish you good luck using the case studies in this book, and hope that they enrich your teaching and your students’ learning.

It is, therefore, important that a tourism case study book goes beyond the traditional organization or brand case studies to cover destinations, and the social issues involved in tourism, for example. If you are a student, we hope that the case studies will help you to learn more about the key issues in tourism today and tomorrow.

Consequently, new forms of tourism and tourist accommodation will . Cultural Studies and the Centre: Some Problematics and Problems.

Consequently, new forms of tourism and tourist accommodation will emerge and develop (Avdienko & Kuznetsova, 2014), and new ways of interpreting and living the traditional ways will come to the forefront (King, 2016).

This book assembles ten case studies of large and small enterprises and destinations in developed and developing nations that are pursuing .

This book assembles ten case studies of large and small enterprises and destinations in developed and developing nations that are pursuing innovative practices that will enhance the sustainability of their operations.

Creative tourism Platforms Institutions Creative initiatives Case study Portugal Destinations. Creative experiences, memorability and revisit intention in creative tourism. Current Issues in Tourism, 19(8), 763–770. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Conta Satélite do Turismo 2016.

Tourism in Action book. Focusing on the workings of the tourist industry, this book provides case studies to demonstrate how principles are put into practice. It is intended particularly for students taking GCSE, BTEC and City & Guilds courses concerned with the travel, tourist and leisure industries.

Components of Tourism and Tourism Management 13. Basic Approaches to the Study of Tourism 2. This book explores major concepts in tourism, what makes tourism possible, and how tourism can become an important factor in the wealth of any nation. Basic Approaches to the Study of Tourism 22. Economic Importance 25. Benefits and Costs of Tourism 3. It is written in broad, global terms, discussing the principles, practices, and philosophies of tourism that have been found to bring about success.

Travel and Tourism’s Top Ten Emerging Markets iv developed the Marketing and Human . Get Top Trending Free Books in Your Inbox.

Travel and Tourism’s Top Ten Emerging Markets iv developed the Marketing and Human resource. world geography of travel and tourism. 1 MB·16,130 Downloads. 3 MB·306 Downloads·New! New approaches to tourism study demonstrate a notable 'critical turn' - a shift in thought.

Then the case study itself is mostly quite standard; we begin by presenting the . Stages in doing a tourism case study.

Stages in doing a tourism case study.

Aiming to stimulate interest in the workings of the tourist industry, this book provides case studies to demonstrate how principles are put into practice. Each study features a different sector or aspect of tourism in operation, and explores how organizations begin, develop and change. Ideas about marketing, customer relations and education and training are placed in real contexts, although many of the conclusions are equally relevant to other industries. Some of the case studies are very straightforward, whilst others, such as the travel office study with its explanation of financial issues, are more complex. Similarly, the exercises cover both oral and written tasks and vary from those requiring rapid responses to those which could be developed into extended assignments. The book is intended particularly for GCSE in Travel and Tourism, BTEC National in Travel and Tourism, BTEC First and National in Leisure and Business, and relevant City & Guilds courses.