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TOUR 3 – TOURISM PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT This course is designed to enable the students review, analyzed, and application of concepts, strategies, techniques, and approaches associated with destination tourism planning and development and management. Emphasis is on integrated and sustainable tourism planning and development models at global, national, regional, and local community levels. THREE (3) At the end of the course, the students are expected to: 1. To identify and evaluate the critical, social, cultural, political, environmental, & economic impacts of tourism policy, planning and development; 2. To identify tourism development policies and practices in both developed and developing countries;
3. To identify principles, processes and techniques for preparing local,regional & national tourism plans;
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III . CREDIT UNITS IV. GENERAL OBJECTIVES
4. To understand the importance of community participation in tourism planning; 5. To explore the roles of different skateholders in tourism development; 6. To discuss how principles of sustainability can be applied to tourism in the context of wider social participation and consultation.
CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION
Requirements Quizzes Term Exam
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100% Time Allot. Primary Elements of International Tourism C. General Introduction A. Place of tourism in Development A. Political Economy Approach Lecture Quiz . To evaluate the costs and benefits of tourism. To identify the preliminary conclusions now be made about the nature of international tourism and it’s role within the development of the Third World. II. Some Definitions Activities Evaluative Measure To summarize the major influences on both ends of tourism B. Prelim Specific Objectives At the end of the course the students should be able to: Content Outline I. Tourism Costs & Benefits Lecture Quiz Oral experience and emphasizes the strategic position of the interdiary companies.
The Structure of Third World Economics D. To briefly examine two interralated subjects. To identify the major economic benefit in promoting the tourism industry B. Tourism And International Understanding H. Development of Infrastracture D. Regional Development E. The Enclave Model E. Manila Declaration on World Tourism Exam . The Organization of International Tourism Reporting Oral and tour companies. Significance of Tourism in India A. To examine the declaration of manila on World Tourism.airlines B. F. Tourism & Economic Value of Cultural Resources G. The Multiple Effect C. Economic Benefit To discuss the benefits of tourism and to whom do these benefits accrue. To discuss the distribution of tourist industry expenditure. Functional Approach F. Effects of Employment Reporting Oral Lecture Quiz has therefore tended to be the earning of foreign exchange. To determine the three main branches of the industry-hotels. A Case Study Assignment Seat-Work and raises the possibility of alternatives. To examine the enclave model of tourism in a peripheral economy. III. To debate thus returns to the overall role of tourism in development C. To discuss the major direct effect of tourism relates to the employment. such as the encouragement of industries with lower social costs.
Time Allot. Economics of Tourism F. Tourist-host Encounters D. Examine the well-documented tourism debate in Tanzania V. Index Number of Tourism Earnings Survey Oral Lecture Exam Reporting Quiz before listing some of the main economic criteria found in the development studies literature. Discuss tourism as foreign exchange earner. Economic Analysis D. Specific Objectives Content Outline Activities Evaluative Measure Midterm Discuss the growth and development of tourism that has IV. Tourism’s Economic Contributions A. General Debate on Tourism & Economic Development B. Economic Costs of Tourism E. Examine the exchange earnings from tourism and from exports of major commodities. Ideals and Realities B. Identify the factors governing tourism’s economic impact. Discuss the economic costs of tourism Explain the tourism exchange earnings. Socio-Economic Dimensions of Tourism A. A Case Study C. Examine the social impacts of tourism. . Economic Impacts of Tourism Lecture Quiz Reporting Oral been associated with several idealistic notions concerning it’s contribution to society and subsequent experience has shown tourism. Social Impacts of Tourism C.
Social Impact of Tourism B. Tax Revenue to the Government O. Tourism Earnings and of Export Invisibles H. Total Spending by Domestic Tourists N. Employment Generation P. Specific Objectives Content Outline Activities Evaluative Measure Semi-Final At the end of the course the students should be able to: VI. and of Exports G. Examine the tourism earnings and invisible exports. Tourism: Contributions in Social Fields A. Income Creation and Employment Generation Effects of Tourism Lecture Oral Identify the social impact of tourism Examine the typical pattern of tourist expenditure & expen- . Duration of Travel & Tours M. Share of India in World Tourism Receipts I. Tourism and Development of Local Economy Seat-work Identify the factors affecting tourism earnings. Earnings from Domestic Tourism L. Foreign Tourism Receipts for Some Major Countries J. Factors Affecting Tourism Earnings K. Assignment Time Allot.
Examine the modes of transportation used by International Quiz VIII. Waterways Reporting Out Campus Activity Lecture Oral Quiz Assignment Exam Tourist to India Identify the factors influencing the choice of a particular mode of payment Examine the foreign exchange earnings of Indian railways through sale of indrail passes . Tourism Infrastracture A. Revenue Yielding Effect Reporting Quiz In India and under different surveys Compare the statement of expenditure breakdown of tourist In J&K state under different surveys Examine the income creation of tourism Evaluate the gross receipts from tourism for the year 1970-1979 Examine the survey of gross receipts from tourism in Jammu VII. A New Approach to Indian Tourism Lecture Assignment Oral & Kashmir State for the year 1980-81. Roadways G. A New Approach to Indian & International Tourism A. Different Modes of Transport vis-à-vis Tourist Preferences C. Compare the statement of expenditure breakdown of tourist C.diture break-down of tourists. Factors Influencing the Choice of a Particular Mode of Transport D. Employment Generation Effect D. Railway F. Identify the impact of employment generation in different sectors of tourism industry. A New Approach to International Tourism B. Modes of Transport Used by International Tourists to India B. Airways E.
Tourist Typologies Lecture Assignment Lecture Assignment Oral Quiz Seat-work Industry To determine some ways to have a better services. Government Policy & Tourism X. Role of Travel Agencies A. Specific Objectives Content Outline Activities Evaluative Measure Final At the end of the course the students should be able to: Identify the roles of travel agencies in the tourism XI. Spatial Characteristics of Demand C.Time Allot. Demand & Supply in Tourism A. Factors Governing Levels of Demand B. Evaluate the performance of some major travel agents In India Examine the plan outlay of tourism Identify the factors governing levels of demand Examine the table of Tourism & African holiday destinations To identify the spatial characteristics of demand . Need for Better Services D. Travel Agents in India C. Performance of Some Major Travel Agents in India E. Performance of Travel Agents B. Problems & suggestions F.
A Case Study G. Marketing of Tourism-Action on Demand In member countries To identify the economic performance of International Tourism To examine the development of tourism References: . Tourism Development Profile in Europe A. Development of Tourism: Action on Supply F. Demand & Supply Pattern-A Cross Examination H. Decision to Travel E. Economic Importance of International Tourism D. Government Policy: Action & Intervention E. Evolution of International Tourist Traffic in Member Countries B. Evolution of tourist traffic between the Survey Lecture Reporting Quiz Exam Oral member countries Examine the evolution of tourist traffic between the United States and European member countries Compare the evolution of International & Domestic tourism United States & European member countries C. Cross-Examination of Demand-Supply In Case of Different Facilities Reporting Case Study Oral Quiz tourist facilities Examine the evolution of International Tourist Traffic In Member Countries Examine the evolution of tourist traffic between European XI. Supply of Tourist Facilities F. To evaluate the behavioral characteristics of tourist To cross examine the demand-supply in case of different D.
Angelica Omlas Dean-College of Business Education . Mansjur HRM Instructor Reviewed by: Ms. Karen Jo G. Gill Prepared by: Ms.TOURISM-Economic & Social Development By: Pushpinder S.
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