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C/T/303. Statistical analysis of Hajj pilgrims’ experiences

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3300
DATE:
2015
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The paper offers analysis of data obtained from interviews and questionnaire surveys aimed to examine participants’ experiences of Hajj pilgrimage to Makkah. Statistical analysis is conducted of the research findings with regard to several variables, i.e. the demographics of the pilgrims, their health issues, attitudes to crowd management and safety control, etc. Conclusions are made about the value of the analysis for Hajj officials’ goal to meet pilgrims’ expectations.

 

KEYWORDS: Statistical, Hajj, pilgrims, experiences, Makkah,

 

C/T/301. Proposal. Tourism development in Nigeria

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1000
DATE:
2015
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19.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the development of tourism in Lagos State, Nigeria aiming to investigate its effects on local environment and community. Literature is reviewed on the process of tourism development in Nigeria and Lagos State as a tourist destination. The methodology of the proposed research is described.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Tourism, Nigeria,

 

C/T/299. Dissertation. Effects of Terrorism on Tourist Industry in USA

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9900
DATE:
2015
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99.99 GBP

The dissertation looks at the effects of the 9/11 events on the number of tourists received by the USA from abroad. Literature is reviewed on the determinants of tourist demand and tourist flows to the USA, impacts of terrorism on the tourist industry, tourism crisis management, etc. The dissertation is based on secondary data and their statistical analysis. Conclusions are made about changes in the number of international passengers carried to the USA after 9/11 attacks.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, Terrorism, Tourist Industry, USA, 9/11,

 

C/T/298. Issues of ownership and transportation in international tourism management

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1700
DATE:
2015
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19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the issues of ownership and transportation in international tourism management examining types of ownership in the private sector of the tourism industry, i.e. sole traders and limited companies, and explaining the role of the “light rail” concept in the UK transportation system. PESTLE analysis of the UK external environment is conducted, the need of light rail networks’ expansion is emphasised.

 

KEYWORDS: Ownership, transportation, international, tourism management, PESTLE,

 

C/T/291. Problems and challenges of destination tourism in Nigeria

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2850
DATE:
2014
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29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the problems and challenges faced by the Nigerian tourism industry evaluating the role of tourism in the economy of the country, examining the model of destination competitiveness, describing the tourist attractions of Nigeria, addressing issues associated with tourism destinations in Nigeria, and suggesting solutions to the existing problems.

 

KEYWORDS: Problems, challenges, destination tourism, Nigeria,

 

C/T/286. Transport policy towards tourism in Liverpool

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2450
DATE:
2014
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29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the effectiveness of the transport system in a tourist area of Liverpool describing the background of local tourism, examining modes of transport to tourist attractions, identifying types of visitors, and evaluating strategies and initiatives implemented by the city to manage transport planning and provision. Relevant recommendations are suggested to the Liverpool city council.

 

KEYWORDS: Transport, policy, tourism, Liverpool,

 

C/T/280. Transportation to tourist attractions in York

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2550
DATE:
2014
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29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the major tourist attractions in York indicating seasonal changes in visitor numbers, identifying demographic types of tourists in York, describing accommodation and catering facilities in the city, defining means of transportation, evaluating their effectiveness, and suggesting recommendations about possible improvements of the transportation system in the area.

 

KEYWORDS: Transportation, tourist attractions, York, visitors,

 

C/T/279. Visitor attractions' management: comparative analysis of Alton Towers and Disneyland Paris

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5050
DATE:
2014
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59.99 GBP

The paper compares two visitor attractions, i.e. Alton Towers UK and Disneyland Paris, along the lines of their historical development, target markets, market potential, strategic business units, product portfolios, approaches to visitor management and trends of future development. Recommendations are suggested about the ways to improve the current practice of both attractions. A reflective analysis of the researcher is provided discussing skills and competences acquired during the completion of the assignment.

 

KEYWORDS: Visitor attractions, Alton Towers, Disneyland Paris,

 

C/T/277. Social impacts of tourism

WORDS:
1900
DATE:
2014
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19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the social implications of tourism for local communities discussing its positive aspects, i.e. partiotism, enthusiams, dissimination of the local culture, interest towards the host destination, etc. Negative social impacts of tourism are considered including increased crime levels, alcohol abuse, prostitution, etc. The need to engage local communities in tourism planning activities is highlighted. The paper has no references.

 

KEYWORDS: Social, impacts, tourism,

 

C/T/268. Effectiveness of transportation in York tourist area

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2550
DATE:
2013
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29.99 GBP

The paper addresses transportation issues in the tourist areas of York discussing the tourist attractions of the city, and presenting quantitative and qualitative data with regard to visitor profiles, accommodation and catering facilities, modes of transportation, etc. Problems related to transportation are identified considering their impact on visitors and city dwellers, and emphasising the need of an effective transport system.

 

KEYWORDS: Transportation, York, tourist area,

 

C/T/263. Dissertation. Environmental pressures of tourist activities on Maldives

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15450
DATE:
2013
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159.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the impact of tourism on the environmental sustainability of the Maldives offering a case study of three tourist destinations on the islands, i.e. Soneva Fushi, Kuramathi and Park Hyatt Maldives Hadahaa resorts. Literature is reviewed on the background of the Maldives tourism, impacts of tourism on the environment and ecology on the Maldives, legislative aspects of sustainable tourism development, local policies of nature protection, etc. The methodology of the dissertation is based on qualitative and quantitative analysis of secondary data. Conclusions are made about the need of the Maldivian government to reconsider existing policies, the ways to reform operations of each resort under study are recommended.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, environmental, pressures, tourist, Maldives, nature, protection,

 

C/T/256. Relationship between tour operators and service providers in tourism industry

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2600
DATE:
2013
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29.99 GBP

The paper looks at various types of relationship between tour operators and service providers in delivering tourism packages. The role of a tour operator is described, difficulties, conflicts and tensions between tour operators and their suppliers are examined discussing the power of tour operators over suppliers and hosting destinations.

 

KEYWORDS: tour operators, service providers, tourism industry,

 

C/T/251. Tourism development and planning: case studies of Lithuania and Belarus

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3150
DATE:
2013
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39.99 GBP

The paper looks at tourism development in the context of the host region examining the advantages and disadvantages of tourism for local environment and communities, and discussing examples of the tourism development in Lithuania and Belarus after the collapse of the Soviet communist rule. The importance of planning and development for destination tourism is highlighted.

 

KEYWORDS: Tourism, Lithuania, Belarus, host region, destination,

 

C/T/250. Mobile devices in tourism and gaming

WORDS:
1250
DATE:
2013
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19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the use of mobile devices in tourism including navigation systems, Internet applications, etc. The impacts of IT, telecommunications and internet connectivity on tourism are defined, the benefits of the mobile electronic tourist guide are outlined. Games on mobile phones are examined discussing their design, and considering the combination of mobile games and tourism.

 

KEYWORDS: Mobile tourism, gaming, tourist guide, applications,

 

C/T/248. Tourism policy of North Wales

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1050
DATE:
2013
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19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the tourism industry of North Wales discussing the attractions of the destination to visitors, and examining economic, demographical, climatic and environmental factors that influence the policy towards tourism in North Wales

 

KEYWORDS: Tourism, policy, North Wales,

 

C/T/247. Dissertation. Role of online and offline travel agents in consumer online bookings for travel products in UK

WORDS:
8800
DATE:
2013
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89.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the role of travel agents in the UK tourist and travel industry looking at the competition between online and offline travel agents. Literature is reviewed on the development of the tourism industry in the UK, the factors affecting consumer online bookings for travel products and services, etc. The methodology of the research is based on the analysis of secondary data and primary data obtained from questionnaires distributed among 100 respondents. Conclusions are made about the future development of both types of travel agents in the UK.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, online, offline, travel agents, online bookings, UK tourism,

 

C/T/246. Proposal. Kazakhstan as medical tourism destination

WORDS:
3150
DATE:
2013
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39.99 GBP

The paper proposes to examine the potential of Kazakhstan to attract medical tourism advertising an alternative therapy treatment, i.e. pantotherapy, popular in the country. The rationale and background of the research are explained, literature is reviewed on the medical tourism industry in the developing countries of Asia highlighting its benefits and shortcomings. The objectives of the research are outlined, the methodology is described, the timetable of the work is indicated.

 

KEYWORDS: Proposal, Kazakhstan, medical tourism, destination, pantotherapy,

 

C/T/244. Comparison between tourist attractions Legoland Windsor and Disneyland Paris

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3500
DATE:
2013
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39.99 GBP

The paper looks at two tourist attractions, i.e. Legoland Windsor in the UK and Disneyland Paris in France, providing an overview of both locations, and describing their target customers, transport connectivity, etc. SWOT analysis of the locations is conducted comparing their characteristics in the light of competitive advantage.

 

KEYWORDS: tourist attractions, Legoland Windsor, Disneyland Paris, SWOT,

 

C/M/3057. Visitor economy of Yorkshire and Humber region: project report

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4050
DATE:
2013
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49.99 GBP

The paper reports on the research project aimed to increase the number of visitors to Yorkshire and Humber regions presented by the University of AMC to the Yorkshire and Humber Tourism Partnership (YHTP). The contribution of tourism to the growth of UK regional economies is examined highlighting challenges faced by the visitor economy of Yorkshire and Humber, evaluating the role of partnerships in the development of Yorkshire tourism, characterising the current and potential visitor markets, considering major public investments since 2005, etc. Details of the project plan details are presented including research methods, staffing, budgeting, etc.

 

KEYWORDS: Visitor economy, Yorkshire, Humber, project,

 

C/T/240. Dissertation. Role of online and offline travel agents in consumer online bookings for travel products in UK

WORDS:
8800
DATE:
2013
PRICE:
89.99 GBP

The dissertation examines the role of travel agents in the UK tourist and travel industry looking at the competition between online and offline travel agents. Literature is reviewed on the development of the tourism industry in the UK, the factors affecting consumer online bookings for travel products and services, etc. The methodology of the research is based on the analysis of secondary data and primary data obtained from questionnaires distributed among 100 respondents. Conclusions are made about the future development of both types of travel agents in the UK.

 

KEYWORDS: Dissertation, online, offline, travel agents, online bookings, UK tourism,

 

C/F/1583. Financial management in Thomas Cook

WORDS:
2550
DATE:
2013
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29.99 GBP

The paper looks at the performance of Thomas Cook Group operating in the UK travel and tourism industry. The background of the company is presented, their business model is described, the management of working capital is examined reviewing financing decisions and sources of finance, the company’s dividend policy and possible mergers and acquisitions are discussed.

 

KEYWORDS: Thomas Cook, Financial management, travel, tourism,

 

C/T/239. Tourist packages during London Olympics 2012

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1950
DATE:
2012
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19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the local and regional tours offered for tourists during and after the London Olympic Games 2012. The details of the tourist packages are considered including their components, promotion, pricing, etc. The issues of environmental sustainability related to tourism are addressed discussing the experience of the tours’ management.

 

KEYWORDS: Tourist packages, London Olympics 2012, of environmental sustainability,

 

C/T/229. Madame Tussauds and National History Museum: history, market potential and visitor management

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4450
DATE:
2012
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49.99 GBP

The paper offers a comparative analysis of two London's tourist attractions, i.e. the private museum of Madame Tussauds and the National History Museum (NHM). Historical development of both museums is reviewed, their target market segments are examined making references to the theory of market segmentation, customer behaviour with regard to Madame Tussauds and NHM is compared along psychocentric and demographic lines, practices of visitor management are reviewed. Recommendations are suggested about attracting tourists from BRICS countries.

 

KEYWORDS: Madame Tussauds, National History Museum, NHM,

 

C/T/194. Effects of HRM on structure and culture of hospitality and tourism organisations

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1700
DATE:
2012
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19.99 GBP

The paper looks at the contribution of human resource management (HRM) to the hospitality and tourism industry highlighting the significance of HRM practices in strengthening organisational culture and structure, which enhances employee performance and productivity.

 

KEYWORDS: HRM, organisational structure, organisational culture, hospitality and tourism,

 

C/T/192. An examination of senior travellers

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1400
DATE:
2011
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19.99 GBP

This paper examines senior travellers in the tourism market, and aims to assess tourism motivation. The demand in tourism market for senior travellers is discussed, and the paper also assesses segmentation. Characteristics of senior travellers are examined, and the paper also evaluates the general traits in the market.

 

KEYWORDS: Senior travellers, tourism market, tourism motivation, tourism, segmentation, age,