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1. Evaluate the role of stakeholder analysis in managing tourism activity using a multi-perspective approach

Assignment

Programme Title

BA ITBM, BSc ITM

Module Title

Managing Tourism Activity

Module Code

063

Assignment Title

Essay

Level

6

Weighting

50%

Lecturers

 

W/C Hand Out Date

 

Due Date

 

Feedback Post Date

 

Assignment Format

Coursework

Assignment Word Count

2,500

Presentation Duration

N/A

Module Learning Outcomes covered in this assignment

1. Evaluate the role of stakeholder analysis in managing tourism activity using a multi-perspective approach

2. Analyse in depth the role of sustainable tourism within the context of sustainable development

Submission Format (include ATS key for hard copy submission

e-Submission

Individual


Assignment Task

You are required to write an essay answering one of the following questions:

1.         Does Tourism contribute to poverty alleviation?

2.         Does the concept of wellness or well-being tourism provide the basis for an effective sustainable tourism strategy?

3.         Does voluntourism do more harm than good?

4.         Can tourism play a bigger role in developing more tolerant societies?

5.         Can Tourism realistically play a role in achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals?

6.         Is the hunting of animals (consumptive tourism) actually more sustainable than other forms of nature-based (non-consumptive) tourism?

Task Guidance

For guidance on this assignment, please access the assignment vodcast and guidance notes available through Canvas. In addition, make sure you attend the lecture in week 4 when we will discuss in detail each of the questions.

General Assignment Guidance

Importance of Word Counts and Presentation Timings

Assignment word counts and presentation timings should always be observed. Ignoring a word count increases significantly the risk of your work losing marks because it lacked structure, flow, focus and clarity. Timings must be observed for assessed presentations for the same reasons. 

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