NOUN TMA Questions & Solutions: HCM444 - Global Tourism Issues

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NOUN TMA Questions & Solutions: HCM444 - Global Tourism Issues

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Q1 Tourism is a/an _______ activity which is capable of making a profit in order to survive and benefit the community?

Economic

Q2 The issue of tourists exploiting the hospitality industry, 􀳦??using up􀳦?􀳦 destination and then moving on can be addressed through ______?

Carrying capacity

Q3 Economic policies are often determined at the regional or national level, yet the impact of that policy is mostly felt at the ______ level?

Local

Q4 The concept of _______ is central to the reassessment of the role of tourism in the society?

Sustainab-ility

Q5 ______ reduces the value of the holiday experience and creates additional strain for the resident population?

Overcrow-ding

Q6 ______ is more susceptible to hostility and aggression as a result of a sense of deprivation and frustration to achieve the same level of affluence as tourists?

Local people

Q7 Tourists are increasingly motivated by a quest for ______?

Authenticity

Q8 Where local ways of life degenerate into a commercially organized form of its former self rather than preserving ancient cultures is best referred to as _______ of culture?

Commercialization

Q9 An industry is termed as a group of independent firms all turning out the same product whether or not two products are 􀳦??the same􀳦?􀳦 is according to_______?

Economist

Q10 The concern over maintaining our _______ is particularly germane to tourism which thrives on the appeal of different flora and fauna?

Biological diversity

Q11 One of the occasional downturns in tourism growth is _______?

Terrorism

Q12 _______ Tourism in a form which can maintain viability in an area for an indefinite period of time?

Sustainable

Q13 The definition of sustainable development as 􀳦??meeting the needs of the presence without compromising the ability of future generation to meet their own needs􀳦?􀳦 is according to_________?

WCED

Q14 Excessive and badly planned tourism development affects the physical environment of _______?

Destination

Q15 Wildlife conservation for tourism purpose is housed in ______?

National parks

Q16 The travel style of potential tourists are affected by all the following except _______?

Trade

Q17 The opportunity to develop comparable data worldwide would provide a means of _______ changes in travel market as a vital process of adapting tourism market to change?

Monitoring

Q18 The use of both travel incidence and travel style data makes a greater understanding of tourism possible on a/an _______ basis?

International

Q19 Market research study conducted by tourism _______ in the 1980s and 1990s provided the concept of travel philosophy as part of market segmentation research resulting in travel style segment?

Canada

Q20 Tourism is a/an _______ activity which is capable of making a profit in order to survive and benefit the community?

Economic





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Q41 In tourism marketing, market forces do not necessarily ensure that development keeps pace with_______

Demand

Q42 The development of tourism especially in underdevelopment part of a country requires existence of an ____________

Infrastructure

Q43 As tourism continues to grow in a region it makes increasing demands on the scarce resources of that_______

Area

Q44 Collaboration activity has been a key feature of the marketing of tourism. Two examples of major collaborators are _____

Airlines and Hotels

Q45 As a key component of the wider service industry, tourism is clearly a candidate worthy of _______

Investigation

Q46 Employees can be motivated to fulfill the relationship management tasks in order to _______

Satisfy the customers

Q47 An understanding of competitors and their movement can serve as basis upon which to build mechanism to resolve_____

Conflict

Q48 A prerequisite to meeting the special needs or capabilities of a partners is ________

Adaptation

Q49 _____ this refers to exchanges that can involve product service problem or persented activities

Exchanges activities

Q50 The most notable form of inter organization collaboration offers organization the flexibility to deal with ________

Globalization

Q51 Connection is globalization relates to the organizations collaborative______

Networks

Q52 Globalization is gradually leading to boarderless and _______ world

Interdependent

Q53 Food and drinks cannot be brought to the Holy land, the gastronomic need are satisfied in forms of_____

Burgars

Q54 It is believed that the purpose of the Holy land experience is to provide answers to ________

Life Important Question

Q55 Another themed attraction based on religion or moral set of ideas is _______ in Singapore

Haw Par Villa

Q56 Historians, archaeological evidence etc are meticulous concern for detail in order to ensure that the past is portrayed _________

Accurately

Q57 Males roles and status are often more sharply demarcated with respect to _______

Occupation and Lifestyle

Q58 Davies (1979) confirmed that Nostalgia tourist where individual identity is ______

Threatened

Q59 In motivated appeal study, self approval is cultivated in order to make the present _____

Less frightening

Q60 Nostalgia tourist is generally believed to be additionally appeal to the ________ tourists

Elderly




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Q21 Over the past 20years tourism has become part of the discuses of sustainable_______________

Development

Q22 The mid 1995 were a time when there was more former recognition by indigenous people themselves of the potential of tourism to aid greater culture ______________

Understanding

Q23 Following the symbolic handover of the rock the Government then immedially signed a__________ year leasing agreement with the locals.

99 years

Q24 The commonwealth Government finally recognized the legitimacy of indigenous ownership claims to that Icon of Australian Tourism called______

ULURU

Q25 Almost without exception promotional agencies in contries indigenous populations use them as a magnet for_________

Attraction

Q26 Barsh 1999 has reminded us that all of the worlds estimated 6,000 to 10,000 original cultures were_________________

Indigenous

Q27 One of the most widely accepted definitions of the term indigenous is that enunciated in (1986) by___________________

Jose Marines Cobo

Q28 Tourism will be interpreted booadly here to also include the production promotion and marketing of indigenous paintings and_______________

Artifacts

Q29 The success of the cattle, or pastoral, period in particular, relied heavily on Aboriginal knowledge and labour which provide many with___________

Employment

Q30 When the janyuwa people of the Northern territory in Australian Classify their past they divide it into faces or________________

Time

Q31 More recently tourism has been referred to optimistically as having the potentials to be Ingenious Australians a new pastoral Industry_____________

Pastoral Industry

Q32 Vulnerable natural environments and human communities are at risk of being spoiled by ecotourism and _____________

Etnic Tourism

Q33 The impact of alternative tourism in various guises has been underestimated by
______________________

Schoolers

Q34 With regard to impact of Alternative tourism there is a significant need to clearly define tourism them with changing times and___________

Conditions

Q35 Entenic and cultural tourism allow visitors to witness indigenous_________________

Culture

Q36 Smith (1989) considerers contain cultural changes to have developed in tourism destinations because of________

Modernization

Q37 The Anthropology of tourism provide a brief summary of the impacts of tourism____________

Overall

Q38 Ethanice tourism are alternated by a link of luxury development or access by _________________

Water

Q39 In sustainable tourism, ecotourism can also be termed as

Green Tourism

Q40 In tourism marketing, market forces do not necessarily ensure that development keeps pace with_______

Demand





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Q61 History confirmed that hostels of history would be somehow incomplete without the presence of a
____________

Stately home

Q62 According to paradoress (1992) a paradox means ________

Inn or stopping place

Q63 All stakeholders conferences, a great effort has been devoted to legitimizing tourism as a key industry in todays _________

Service economy

Q64 An advantages of tourism is the need to gain respect, based on the contributions that tourism makes to ____________

Economic heath

Q65 All travelers who are engaged in the activity of tourism are considered to be ________

Visitors

Q66 Many studies agreed that tourist are the principal component of________

Tourism

Q67 Some people maintain two homes, a winter home and a _______

Summer home

Q68 The total consumption purchases by a visitor or on behalf of a visitor during his/her trip at destination is _________

Tourism expenditure

Q69 One of the major problem of travel and tourism that obscured its economic impact is its ______

Diverting and fragmentation

Q70 Non residents travelling in a given country are regarded as _______

Inbound tourism

Q71 Presidents visiting their own country are regard as _______

Domestic tourists

Q72 It is pointed out that tourists often have a strange fascination for ________

Unappealing historical sites

Q73 The travel and tourism industry is one of the world􀳦??s largest employers with nearly ________ jobs world wide

195 million

Q74 Nostalgia tourism grounded is satisfaction with _______

Social arrangement

Q75 Many study agree that tourism is largely a social phenomenon and _________

Experience

Q76 Temporary visitors staying less than 24hours in destination visited and now staying overnight is
__________

Travellers

Q77 A united conference on international travel and tourism was held in Rome in year______

1963

Q78 Canadian government specifies that a tourist is one who travels at least miles outside his community

25miles

Q79 Someone with high expenditure on purchase of food, drink etc excluding workers is ________

Border shopper

Q80 A Visitor staying at least one night in the place visited not necessary paid accommodation is called__________

Tourist






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