NOUN TMA Solutions: TSM244 - Tourist Sites: Products & Operations II

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NOUN TMA Solutions: TSM244 - Tourist Sites: Products & Operations II

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1 ____ is not a common challenge to rural side destination.

Fauna

2 _____ is widely considered an effective panacea to many of the socio-economic problems faing peripheral rural areas.

Tourism

3 _____experience of the environment can be placed on a continum of perception/behaviour.

Tourist's

4 _____is an environmentally dependent activity

Tourism

5 _____ is but one element of an integrated, interdependent set of socio-economic structures within the contemporary country side.

Rural tourism

6 The benefits of clusters in tourism include; increased competitiveness, economies of scale and a focus on cooperation and _____

Innovation

7 ____ is known as the romantic capital of Europe.

Paris

8 ______ is a varied, complex and dynamic phenomenon that perhaps defies specific definition and analysis.

urban tourism

9 A price based strategy seeks competitive advantage by offering the ____ prices in the industry.

lowest

10 _____is concerned with the generation, evaluation of strategic options and the selection of strategy.

Strategic choice

11 _____is the value of a country's currency in terms of other currencies.

Exchange rates

12 The five forces of competitive environment proposed by Porter's (1980) does not consist of_______

The power of destinations

13 ___ analysis reports on the current and future strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing an organisation.

Stategic

14 The term '_____' refers to a person or group of people who have an interest in the operations of a particular organisation.

Stakeholder

15 Opportunities and ___ summarises the external environmental factors that a tourism organisation is confronted with.

threats

16 ____are formulated to achieve goals at a more general level, e.g for sustainable tourism.

Strategies

17 ____ is a major successful techniue for detaining visitors at national parks.

Audio-visual presentation

18 Information centres plays important roles items of serving as sources of information about a place, the natural, and _____environment of the the place.

cultural

19 Marketing materials in term of ____, maps, and booklets are designed to shape visitors expectations.

brochures

20 Site management of natural place invlove at least ____ considerations.

three



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21 The principles of tourism management in times of crisis include; coordination, collaboration, communication and _____

commitment

22 ______have been used to integrate the entire tourism supply at the destination.

Destination Management Systems

23 ______industry is the most under automated segment of the international travel industry

lodging

24 Global Distribution Systems (GDS) emerged in the mid ______

1980s

25 The ____ and the World Wide Web in particular have revolutionalised the promotion and communication functions of tourism.

internet

26 ______ is the process of preparing a set of decisions for action in the future, directed at achieving goals by preferable means.

Planning

27 ______ systems enable organisations to collect information about their functions and to build knowledge on approaches to resolving problems and other emrging issues.

Knowledge management

28 The use of ICT in tourism is often driven by the development of both the size and complexity of _______

tourism demands

29 _____ notes that ICT provides a powerful tool that can bring great advantages in promoting and strengthening the tourism industry's stratey and operations

Buhalis (1998;2002)

30 The actions of government with regard to tourism are forged and shaped within complex arrangement of ____ and public institutions, with varying interst in the private sectors.

political

31 _____argue that it is unethical to promote tourism to a repressive regime.

Tourism Concerns

32 Tourism can be stimulated through_____

repressive policies

33 _____ has a range of legislative and regulative powers which directly and indirectlyimpinge on tourism

Governmennt

34 ______ refers to formal institutionalised relationships among existing networks of organisations, interests and/or individuals.

Coordination

35 _____ notes that a state can be conceptualised as a relatively permanent set of political institutions operating in relation to civil society

Nordlinger (1981)

36 It is important for every government to have a ____ for tourism at both national and local levels.

policy

37 Toursim concern has been campaigning against travel to _____

Myanmar

38 ______ uestions whether ethical considerations are indeed taking the fun out of tourism

Butcher (2003)

39 Legal codes includes measures like EU Package ______ Directive to the regulation that govern tourism in national parks.

Travel

40 ______ refers to the code by which human conduct is guided e.g. the way we treat each other, the way we travel.

Ethics


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41 ______ may offer distinct advantages for travel and tourism.

Branding

42 ____ is particuarly an important issue for businesses operating in the travel and tourism industry due to the uncertainty arising from its high degree of sensitivity to levels of economic activities.

Risk

43 _____ is the most populous techniues that can be used for investment appraisal.

Net Present Value

44 _____ investment entails the initial commitment of a capital outlay in a business project in the expectaion that resulting future benefits will justify the investment.

Long term

45 A major difference between large travel and tourism organisations and micro enterprises (or even destinations) is ________

development of strong brands

46 _____ observe that efforts to brand sustainable tourism schemes and ecolabels have met with limited success and much consumer confusion.

Synergy (2000)

47 Situation analysis does not comprise of _______

front

48 Strategies may not be categorised as _______

place

49 In large travel and tourism companies, ____ may be written for specific brands, key segments or products, and some tactical plans.

marketing plans

50 The ___ processs can be descroibed as the analysis, planning, implementation and control of marketing.

marketing

51 The ____ of any destination may reside in factors beyound its physical (natural or built) attributes.

attractions

52 ______ refer to the fact that that the consumer has to interact with the tourism provider or destination in order to experience the product.

Inseparability

53 The term used to explain that the tourism product cannot be inspected by the human senses at the point of sale is_______

Intangibility

54 _____ is the inability to store the product for sale at a later date.

Perishability

55 _____ is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion and distribution of ideas, goods and services to create excahnges.

Marketing

56 The purpose of ______ management is to match the nature, scale, timing and distribution of tourism activities to the environment.

visitor

57 Land designation, spatial planning and site management are among the ways of ________

Managing physical resources

58 _____ is implicitly defined as the physical, as opposed to socio-cultural resource base.

Environment

59 _______ notes that tourists do not represent an homogenous group of consumers.

Holden (2000)

60 The ____ is thought of simply in terms of the physical attributes of the destination.

environment





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61 ____ is not a common challenge to rural/country side destinations.

Flora/Fauna

62 _____ is widely considered an effective panacea to many of the socio-economic problems faing peripheral rural areas.

Tourism

63 _____experience of the environment can be placed on a continum of perception/behaviour.

Tourist's

64 _____is an environmentally dependent activity

Tourism

65 _____ is but one element of an integrated, interdependent set of socio-economic structures within the contemporary country side.

Rural tourism

66 The benefits of clusters in tourism include; increased competitiveness, economies of scale and a focus on ___ and _____

cooperation/innovation

67 ____ is known as the romantic capital of Europe.

Paris

68 ______ is a varied, complex and dynamic phenomenon that perhaps defies specific definition and analysis.

urban tourism

69 A price based strategy seeks competitive advantage by offering the ____ prices in the industry.

lowest

70 _____is concerned with the generation, evaluation of strategic options and the selection of strategy.

Strategic choice

71 _____is the value of a country's currency in terms of other currencies.

Exchange rates

72 The five forces of competitive environment proposed by Porter's (1980) does not consist of_______

The power of destinations

73 ___ analysis reports on the current and future strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing an organisation.

Stategic

74 The term '_____' refers to a person or group of people who have an interest in the operations of a particular organisation.

Stakeholder

75 Opportunities and ___ summarises the external environmental factors that a tourism organisation is confronted with.

threats

76 ____are formulated to achieve goals at a more general level, e.g for sustainable tourism.

Strategies

77 ____ is a major successful techniue for detaining visitors at national parks.

Audio-visual presentation

78 Information centres plays important roles items of serving as sources of information about a place, the natural, and _____environment of the the place.

cultural

79 Marketing materials in term of ____, maps, and booklets are designed to shape visitors expectations.

brochures

80 Site management of natural place invlove at least ____ considerations.

three





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