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What is Being Taught in the Business of Global Tourism courses and degree programs?
One important aspect of this question and request for assistance is figuring
our where this type of course or degree program is being taught.
Once this has been done, it should be easy to use their websites to determine
who the teachers are and how to reach those professors.
Here is a link that should help substantially with obtaining answers to the
The following links will give ideas as to what concepts, issues, research and knowledge
can be shared in a course or degree program about the business of global tourism. Such
curriculum would also be a useful part of Global Studies degree programs and courses.
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[BOOK] Global tourism
WF Theobald - 2005 - books.google.com
… His primary research and teaching interests lie in sustainable tourism and in particular, assessing
the … in Tourism Marketing at Bournemouth University, UK, where he is Course Tutor of … she teaches
public policy, gender, and politics and a variety of public administration courses …
B Faulkner - Tourism management, 2001 - Elsevier
… Indeed, it has been suggested that the increased volume of global tourism activity has combined
with … Fink emphasises the ubiquity of the `edge of chaos' condition in business when he … occurrence
of the disaster, responses might take one of several broader courses: • …
D Beirman - CAUTHE 2003: Riding the Wave of Tourism …, 2003 - search.informit.com.au
… Terrorism and Political Instability • USA and Global Tourism crisis, September 11 … Yet it is a vital
element of contingency and crisis management to develop a strong … vii During the course of my
research I interviewed a range of DMO Directors who shared their strategic app roach …
… the Image ofAmerica Marketing Services 13 Key Players in the Global Tourism Industry Snapshot …
Word of Mouth Chapter Summary Case Study: Puerto Rico Targets Business Travellers Internet …
For most tourism and hospitality courses, tourism marketing is a required module or …
C Cooper, S Wahab - 2005 - books.google.com
… countries are seen to be particularly vulnerable in an increasingly competitive, global tourism
market … is no doubt that tourism is both embracing global concepts of business and policy … both
Bournemouth University and the University of Queensland, and of course Routledge who …
… validation process during course development, this facilitates more tailored courses that are … In
terms of course development and structure, tourism educators should consider developing … and
Westlake, J. (1998), “Stakeholders and tourism education: curriculum planning using a …
N Leiper - Annals of tourism Research, 1981 - Elsevier
… Both are part-time voca- tional courses: the former comprises twenty four subjects (1,296 … When
the course commenced, the curriculum included three subjects which did not fit into any … realization
that it offered a catalyst, a medium for overcoming fragmentation in the curriculum …
… Carlos Fernandes is a Lecturer in the tourism studies course at the Polytechnic Institute of … he
intensified the social components of his studies by participating in courses on the … xiv Contrihutors
Khoon Y. Koh's teaching and research interests are community tourism development …
… several from South Africa." Donald Getz, PhD Professor, Haskavne School of Business, University
of … TOURISM: GLOBAL AND LOCAL PERSPECTIVES Maria Devesa Fernandez is Teaching
Assistant of … indicates that cultural tourism is growing no faster than global tourism as a …
AM Hjalager - Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism …, 2003 - researchgate.net
… The MSM curriculum includes many of the usual core subjects, such as marketing, business
finance and … It is not easy for universities to develop courses with a genuine global outlook, and …
The dilemma is, of course, whether the inclusion of the international dimension is at all …
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Students majoring in Hotel and Tourism Management are required to take the core curriculum of business courses
and other courses in hotel and tourism management, real estate and property investment, and hospitality strategic
management. The programme also offers concentration areas for students to choose from once they have completed
the required number of elective courses in one of the following areas: human resource management, real estate and
finance, and marketing ...
ATLAS provides a forum to promote staff and student exchange, transnational research and to facilitate curriculum and
professional development. It currently has over 100 members in 22 European countries. 2 Integration Presently,
the majority of programmes with the management departments of universities and colleges focus on tourism as a
business and expose students to business functions, such as accountancy, marketing, law, finance, and economics
and how to apply these ...
What's more: The individual measures were fine-tuned whenever possible or an entirely new course was set.
This includes a stricter and more consistent enforcement of travel policies, using air miles, less comfort on trips or even
doing without business trips altogether. And, of course, this is not about travel management alone. Things like fleet
and event management have also come under scrutiny. Providers of video, web and telephone conference solutions
are indeed seeing much ...
Table 2.1 Selected UK tourism courses, 2010 Course name No. of courses Adventure Tourism/Management 26 Cultural
Tourism 3 Ecotourism 11 Global Tourism 5 Heritage Tourism 20 International Tourism/Management 73 Leisure Tourism
40 Sport Tourism/Management 17 Sustainable Tourism 19 Tourism Attractions Management 49
Tourism Business Management 59 Tourism Management 329 Tourism Marketing 22 Tourism Operational Management
58 Tourism Planning 25 ...
Cathy H.C. Hsu is a Chair Professor in the School of Hotel and Tourism Management at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
(PolyU). Prior to ... She is the editor of the book, Global Tourism Higher Education: Past, Present, and Future (2005) and
co-editor of the book, Tourism Education: Global Issues and Trends (2015). Her research focuses have been hotel branding,
hospitality marketing, tourist behaviours, service quality, and the economic and social impacts of casino gaming.
Dwyer, L. (2004). Trends underpinning global tourism in the coming decade. In: W. Theobold (Ed.), Global tourism:
The next decade 3rd ed., Oxford: Butterworth-
A business management framework. In: M. Robinson, P. Long, R. Sharpley & J. Swarbrooke (Eds), Management, marketing
and the political economy of travel and tourism (pp. 103–120), Sunderland: Business Education Publishers Limited.
Global tourism higher education: past, present, and future. Psychology Press. Inui
Rethinking tourism education: What should schools teach. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education,
5(2), 25-35. Koh, K. (1995). Designing the four-year tourism management curriculum: A marketing approach.
Journal of Travel Research, 34(
Of course, the average room size can increase; regular suites can be transformed into spa-suites; butler service, I
nternet access and mini-bar can be integrated in the price. However, these are short-term “increases in ...
In addition, the competition in the top segment has increased to such an extent that attaining a high (net)
average rooming tariff – desired by the hotel management and in particular by the investors – is practically impossible.
The best example for this situation is Berlin.
Along with taking theoretical approaches, the speakers tried to get the audience involved by starting an open dialog about quality
in event management. The question how event planners and service providers together could manage to thrill their customers
through service and quality and make sure that a positive return of investment can be achieved was discussed in the course
of the theoretical part. During the ... The question was: “Please state which business sector you are from”.
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This article examines the scope of well-being as a focus for tourism and its potential as a tool for small business development,
particularly the opportunities for ..... well-being and well-being strategies in local tourism and hospitality businesses –
particularly within the areas of marketing, operations and staff management.
It will enhance the abilities of tourism education to provide job-ready graduates for the future global tourism industry. ...
D. Airey, J. Tribe (Eds.), An international handbook of tourism education, Elsevier, Oxford (2005), pp. 13-24 ....
K. KohDesigning the four-year tourism management curriculum: A marketing approach.
A noteworthy example is taken from Koh's (1995) marketing approach to tourism curriculum design in which he employed the
Delphi technique to design a four-
quarters (77%) of the prospectuses mention 'career opportunities' and in ...
In the last few decades tourism has developed into a complex service industry. Local destinations have to offer only their best
in order to satisfy tourists. In that respect, tourist guides represent an important part of the tourism industry. Local tourist guides
should represent the local community and show the most important and ...
Integration, intermediation and tourism higher education: Conceptual understanding in the curriculum ..... EvM, Events Management; M,
Marketing; BS, Business Studies; BA, Business Administration; IB, International Business; BEM, Business Economics with Marketing;
G TM, Geography with Tourism Management. Table 2 ...
golf industry reports, the single most important factor impacting season length and rounds played each year (both positively and negatively)
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management. The tourism industry clearly needs the varied, flexible and accessible tourism products that cities provide:
it is by no means so clear that cities need tourism. One of the .... G. Ashworth, S.J. Page / Tourism Management 32 (2011) 1–15. 2 .....
the special issue of Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing vol 22.
management and tourism, and implications are drawn for advancing theory in event tourism. r 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Keywords: Event tourism; Definitions; Theory; Research. 1. Introduction. Events are an important motivator of tourism, and figure
prominently in the development and marketing plans.
A review of studies on luxury hotels over the past two decades by. Yin Chu. A thesis submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the degree of. MASTER OF SCIENCE. Major: Hospitality Management. Program of Study Committee:
Liang (Rebecca) Tang, Major Professor. Tianshu Zheng.
At the national level, the Travel & Tourism courses taught in GTTP member countries emphasize student research, team activities,
and internships (work-
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Local Knowledge and Adult Learning in Environmental Adult Education: Community-Based Ecotourism in Southern Thailand
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By: Walter, Pierre. International Journal of Lifelong Education, v28 n4 p513-532 Jul 2009. (EJ864558)
Subjects: Indigenous Knowledge; Tourism; Adult Education; Foreign Countries; Environmental Education; Indigenous
Populations; Community Study; Community Surveys; Content Analysis; Web Sites; News Media; Cultural Literacy;
Case Studies; Research Projects
Since this database is available free to anyone in the U.S. Government version, it is very heavily used. College administrators are
more likely, I suspect, to look to education books and journals for their knowledge needs than to the publications of specific
academic disciplines and subject fields. It might be wise for tourism scholars and researchers to focus on getting some of their
publications about tourism education accepted and published in the academic journals in educaton rather than tourism so as to
reach readership that decide on issues related to the disciplines about specific areas of degree programs at their colleges.
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