Part I: Book Review
Without Reservations: The Travels of and Independent Woman,
is almost exactly what it sounds
like. This book is essentially the recollection of a middle-aged woman on her Year of Living
Dangerously. Steinbach describes her time spent t
This reflection will come in two parts. Part I concerns travel safety issues of relevance to you and how to mitigate
those issues. Part II concerns travel destinations that could put you at risk to either health or safety.
A View from Space
My favorite quote from the video was, Things that we share in our world are far more valuable
than the things that divide us. I very recently was talking to my girlfriend about how I dont remember
fighting about disag
Modified Income Statement
For the year ended December 31, 20X6
Food and Beverage
Rentals and Other Income
Food and Beverage
All answers should be on this word document.
The following is a list of some accounts used by a business.
Account Type Closed?
1. Marketable Securities
2. Repairs and Maintenance
3. Accounts Payable
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Question 1 2 t 2 P15
According to the online lesson entitled "Will I Make a Good Online Student?" students complete several
readiness checklists. Which of the following is NOT an acceptable procedurefbehavi
Question 1 1 f 1 Pts
Global warming is caused only by natural factors.
Which country currently emits the must greenhouse gases?
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The United States
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Book: Culture on Tour: Ethnographies of Travel
Edwards Burners book, Culture on tour realizes the reputable interest of the author
towards tourism and cultural issues. Readers familiar with his literature would recognize the
cultural settings and
According to the Protect Act of pril 2003. anv US. citizen or permanent resident alien may be prosecuted
for engaging in illicit sexual conduct in a foreign country with a person under the age of 13 even if that
individual did not plan the trip
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Question 1 n.e r 1 pts
The required reading entitled "Culture Prep" by Kreumpelmann provided several examples of how different
cultures vary regarding greeting protocols. body language. and business etiquette. Which of the
According to the reading _ _ _ when conversing with individuals in a foreign country which of the following topics
would not be advisable?
Histow of the host coontn'
Alt. architecture. and music
Scenic beauty of the host country-
Holidsgrs and celebration
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Question 1 3 i 3 P115
According to the required reading, the Lewis Model of Cultural Classification profiled three types of cultures.
Match the appropriate culture to the description.
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PRT 3211 EXAM REVIEW
When: Thursday, April 18th
Details: TBD paper or computer, to be determined in class
What the exam will look like: Approximately 30-35 questions, combination of short answer
(approximately 1/2 to 2/3 ) and multiple choi
1- Who is your competition (think direct and indirect)? Be as specific as possible. (10
The direct competitors are other gyms, parks, country clubs, and other recreational organizations
not affiliated with Arlington Parks and Recreation. Some spec
Case Study #1
You have just been hired as a recreation programmer for Arlington County Sports & Recreation Department
(SPREC). Your position is a newly created position, so you will be largely responsible for determining what the
University of Utah
College of Health
Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
Spring Semester, 2013
Marketing in Parks, Re1creation, and Tourism
Thursday 6:00-9:00 PM
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