Quiz_3_Study_Guide - Chapter 12 Activities Tourists enjoy...

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Quiz Three Study Guide - HTM 2454 The following is a general guide that will provide some direction and guidance in your studying for Quiz Three, chapters 10-14. Please contact me if you have any questions (via the Discussion Board, of course)! Chapter 10 Cultural tourism – define and describe its purpose Life-seeing tourism – define, the basics, examples Other Tourist Appeals Social and Cultural Elements contributing to the attractiveness of a tourism region (Fig 10.1) Tips on how Hotels can make local culture more accessible Tourism and Peace: Credo of the Peaceful Traveler (content and background) Valene Smith’s six types of tourism Chapter 11 Barriers to travel Nacirema article on your Fun Forum or Supplementary Reading Session Social Tourism The extremes of international travel preferences Tourism and its relationship with a communities’ culture (what it DOES NOT accomplish, negative social effects, impacts on local residents, etc.)
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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 12 Activities Tourists enjoy most Categories of tourism supply components How to match the supply of hotel rooms with demand (the formula) Importance of guest-centered management in accommodations Multiple-use strategy and Price Differential Relationship between supply and customer satisfaction Steps of task analysis Chapter 13 Best projection methods to forecast tourism demand (strengths and weaknesses, best practices): Trend Analysis Simple Regression Multiple Regression Computer Simulations and Models Delphi Method Meaningful measures of actual demand Propensity and Resistance Chapter 14 Optimization (Goals, Constraints, etc.) Economic Multipliers effect Direct Indirect Employment Income Elasticity of Tourism Demand Income Elasticity (relationship between tourist’s income and travel) Leakages (2 sources) Summary of Principle Economic Effects Tourism Satellite Account Tourism as an export/import...
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2010 for the course HTM 2454 taught by Professor Bjmihalik during the Spring '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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