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Unformatted text preview: Question 1 7 points Save International tourist arrivals have: 31' a.become static in the last few years b. decreased in the last five years 0. shown strong steady growth since 1950 d. actually decreased globally since 2000 due to recessions e. shown only slight gains since 1990 Question 2 7 points Save Who were the founders of travel for modern humanity? _<?_| a. Early Polynesians b. Sumerians c. Romans d. Egyptians Question 3 7 points Save Thomas Cook was the first: 3?] a. steamship agent b. harbinger c. airline travel agent d. rail excursion agent e. stagecoach travel agent Question 4 7 points Save According to the WTTC, it is the of tourism that is the most significant feature. _<?_| a. Gross Domestic Product b. Job-Creation Capacity c. Export Earnings d. Capital Investment Question 5 7 points Save What is a CVB? _‘?_| a. Corporate Visitors Bureau. b. Convention and Visitors Bureau. c. Cooperative Vacancy Booth d. There is no such organization. Question 6 14 points Save Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 Match the identities of the following individuals. ELI BEE” Lady Mary Wortley A. In 1927, made major map Montague corrections when she visited Freya Stark Syria and Persia. Isabella B'rd B. First woman to address the Harriet Martineau Royal Geographical society in London. C. Traveled extensively in Arabia; further into the desert than any other woman. D. Wrote How to Observe , a guide for travelers that took seriously the educational aspect of travel. E. Wrote a book of letters home, and was the first to challenge stereotypes of the East. 7 points The earliest known tourist attractions were: ill The Sphinx and Pyramids in Cairo The Sphinx and Pyramids in Giza c. The early Roman Baths d. The Olympic games 7 points The most widely recognized international organization in tourism is: 3?] a. ECOSOC b. ATC c. WTO d. USTTA e. PATA 7 points The best definition of tourism seems to include four elements: _<?_| a. The tourist, transportation, tourism goods and services, and the host community. b. The businesses supplying goods and services, transportation, the host community, and the host government of the destination. 0. The tourist, accommodation, transportation, and the government of the host community or area. d. The tourist, the businesses supplying goods and services, the government of the host community or area, and the host community. Save Save Save Question 10 7 points One of the best ways to get the job you want in the tourism industry is to have experience. ii a. Summer camp counseling b. Website building 0. Extra-curricular d. Internship Question 11 7 points Which of the following is NOT a job requirement for tourism: ii a. people person b. concern for customer's comfort needs c. self-discipline d. statistical skills d. physical stamina Question 12 7 points According to TIA, Virginia's national ranking for domestic and international traveler spending in 2004 is: _<?_I a. 3(1 with $35.8 billion b. 5th with $24.5billion 0. 7th with $16.3 billion d. 10th with $14.3 billion Question 13 7 points According to their website, the total domestic US person-trips in 2007 would be estimated by TIA at about: 3?] a. 397.5 million b. 582.7 million c. 2,005 million d. 757.3 million Question 14 7 points What is the federal governments tourism agency for the United States that is concerned with research and policy? ii a. United States Travel Industry Association b. US. Travel Data Center c. United States Tourism Policy Administration d. The Office of Travel and Tourism Industries e. National Council on Travel and Tourism Question 15 7 points Save Save Save Save Save Save Which of the following is NOT one of the basic types of approaches to the study of tourism? 3' a. Accounting b. Economic c. Sociological d. Product e. Institutional Question 16 7 points Most internship programs are NOT designed to provide students the opportunity to: ill a. acquire valuable, hands-on experience to supplement their academic learning b. develop professionalism 0. learn potential practical skills d. interact with segments of the local business community e. none of the above Question 17 14 points Match the name or the group of people with the related term. % Marco Polo . A. Participated in the Grand Tour The Phoemcnans B. Credited as the First Great fl Herodotus Maritime Empire 51' Y0_U“9 Br't'Sh C. The Father of Greek History Ar'StOCTatS D. Traveled the Silk Road Question 18 7 points The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) is: _<?_| a. a branch of the World Bank b. replacing the World Tourism Organization 0. the forum of global business leaders in travel and tourism d. none of the above Save Save Save ...
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