Hi, This assignment is split up into two separate parts which are graded separately. Part B is a continuation of Part A. I am unable to do this work due to some issues i am having this semester and ho

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This assignment is split up into two separate parts which are graded separately. Part B is a continuation of Part A. I am unable to do this work due to some issues i am having this semester and hope to get a well-made assignment as this is about 30% of the entire course.

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Hi, This assignment is split up into two separate parts which are graded separately. Part B is a continuation of Part A. I am unable to do this work due to some issues i am having this semester and ho
Description Tourism is dependent upon global policies and politics. It is highly responsive to natural, economic and political occurrences and events. The needs, expectations and anticipated benefits of tourism vary greatly from one destination to the next, and there is no “one size fits all” approach to destination management. Therefore, the purpose of this assignment is to ask you to examine tourism for one specific case. The Hypothetical Case: Upon graduation you have secured employment to assist the minister of tourism in insert location here (you choose a country, province / state, city, region). Your minister has been directed to pursue tourism as an economic and social development opportunity. Your job is to assist your boss in preparing for tourism. Your first task is to decide which country, province, state, city or region you will base your project on. Please note that Canada and any location in Canada are excluded from your location selection. Using knowledge gained throughout the course and from secondary sources, you will document the overall current tourism situation and then analyze the location for future tourism opportunities and marketing.  You will need to use the Internet and library resources to access public documents and research associated with preparing your case study. Be sure to properly reference all sources using APA format, including websites. Specific Guidelines for the Completion of Part A & Part B Part A: Research & Outline Prepare for your report by conducting your research and outlining your report. You will need to include the following: Create an annotated bibliography consisting of at least 8-10 sources that you will use in conducting your research for this report (at least 2 must be peer-reviewed journal articles). The annotated bibliography consists of your reference plus a paragraph (at least 3 sentences) below which describes how you will use this particular source. It should also provide a critique of the source (i.e. is your information reliable?). Create a cover page and table of contents, which will outline how you will address the questions listed below for the report. Write the introduction for your report and address the following: A brief history of tourism in your chosen location. For example, is your location a well-developed tourism destination with solid organization and continued growth, or is tourism a relatively new undertaking with little organization? The present demand for tourism based on a review of available tourism statistics (present this data in a table or in a visually appealing point format – be creative!). Include information such as: Number of tourists and the revenue they generate Origin of the tourists (i.e. where do they come from?) Purpose of their trip A description of the key months/key seasons for visitation. When do most arrive? Are there opportunities to increase visitation at other times? Information about the evolution of visitation over the past 10 – 20 years (e.g. increasing, decreasing, stagnant) Part B: Situation Analysis & Future Plans Using the outline, research and introduction you prepared for Part A, prepare a report for your minister that examines the following. You can use the headings provided below as an organization guideline for formatting your paper. Introduction and Overview of Tourism: (Include content from Part A)            The Impact of Tourism: The benefits that tourism brings to your location. The barriers to tourism acceptance at your location. The impact of tourism on your location’s culture.  Tourism Management: Provide a brief description of how tourism is currently managed in your location. For example, are there government departments overseeing tourism in your location? If so, how is this structured? Are there strong LOCAL tourism organizations involved in tourism? An overview of the training (or lack of) available to tourism employees. Provide a brief summary of the components of a tourist destination area (TDA) at your location. Examine the adequacy of present supply (the five components noted below) with present demand (level of visitation). In other words, are the following five components of the TDA sufficient for tourism there? For each component comment on what is working and what you think could be improved. Provide evidence or examples to support your statements. Natural resources Infrastructure Suprastructure Transportation system Hospitality of the host Note: If you have selected a location that you have personal experience with, your own experiences are a great starting point for research, but this report should be based on research and evidence. For example, don’t just say that the transportation systems seemed sufficient from when you were there. Do some research and reference your sources to support your statements. Where you believe your location fits on the life cycle of a destination; justify or explain why you chose a particular stage in the life cycle. Tourism Planning and Marketing:   An analysis of the tourism planning process (i.e. has your location gone through a tourism planning process)? If so, what steps were followed? What key dimensions were incorporated in planning (i.e. environmental, social, and economic)? If no planning has taken place, discuss how this has impacted this tourism destination.   Using the basic 4 Ps of marketing (product, price, place, promotion), in general terms identify how your location is marketing itself today. Identify what could be changed and what could be improved for future marketing efforts. Based on a review of tourism trends (global and local) identify future tourism plans for your location as well as challenges that lie ahead. Identify these future tourism plans using the eight components of tourism as your framework (transportation, accommodations, food and beverage, attractions, events, adventure tourism and outdoor recreation, travel services, and tourism services). Use the next 3 to 5 years as your planning horizon. *Hint: Use the tourism planning process described in this course and your text as your example. Conclusion: Summarize your main points and provide a conclusion for the minister regarding your recommendations. Format for Case Study Parts A & B All assignments must be typed in Times New Roman font, 12-point size, double spaced. Submit assignments in .doc or .docx or .pdf format. All assignments must be professionally organized and presented. Instant messaging (IM), chat and email slang and abbreviations are not acceptable forms of communication in this course. The final paper should not exceed 12 typed double spaced pages (excluding your title page, table of contents page, references page and appendices). Focus on being concise. Visuals such as maps, infographics or tables are encouraged. Visuals are not included in the total page number count, as they are not text. For in-text citations, references page, and title page, your papers must adhere to the guidelines set out in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA, 6th edition). There are many online resources that you can access to perfect this format. Submit your assignments using dropbox on or before the deadline shared through the course announcements. You are responsible for ensuring the safety of your work by making regular backups (i.e. extra copies).  “The computer ate my work, I lost my flash drive, my hard drive crashed, my printer isn’t working” are not acceptable excuses for late assignments. Expect that you will have technical difficulties and plan accordingly. Part A Rubric: Criteria Needs Improvement Satisfactory Good Excellent Score Format, organization, professional image: Writing quality (spelling and grammar); clearly presented; professional appearance; title page, table of contents, page numbers; proper citations and reference page using APA format. 0-2 points Format is not in an industry acceptable manner; little organization and flow to report; little/no use of headings, etc.; many spelling or grammatical errors; and no referencing.  3 -5 points Format is mostly in an industry acceptable manner and some use of proper organization techniques employed; headings/formats could be clearer; some spelling or grammatical errors; referencing but not necessarily APA. 6-8 points Format is in an industry acceptable manner; cover page, table of contents, headings, tabs, page numbers are used for organization; very few spelling or grammatical errors; and few formatting errors for citations or reference page. 9-10 points Format is in an industry acceptable manner; cover page, table of contents, headings, page numbers are used for organization; almost entirely error free for spelling and grammatical errors; and correct APA format for any referencing. /10 Depth of research / annotated bibliography: Evidence of relevant research; relevant sources cited; use of recent, primary resources 0-2 points Minimal or no use of relevant sources; sources dated / old; no annotated bibliography. 3-5 points Acceptable use of relevant sources; sources consulted were somewhat related to the assigned content; limited bibliography. 6-7 points Acceptable use of relevant sources; sources consulted were mostly related to the assigned content; recency good; bibliography mostly complete. 8-10 points Thorough use of relevant sources; a variety of sources consulted; excellent bibliography – no missing components. /10 Relevance of material: Ideas well researched, documented or argued; demonstrates knowledge and understanding of key concepts and subject matter; good use of examples; application of how course knowledge relates to your location. 0-2  points Few to no requirements are completed, little detail.  It is incomplete and major questions are not clearly answered. 3-5 points Content began to address topic however several major questions are not answered or lacks detail. 6-8 points Content addressed the topic well in a clear manner.  Most questions answered.  1 or 2 major questions not answered.  9-10 points All requirements are thorough and well written.  All questions answered.  Content is comprehensive, accurate and persuasive.  Major points stated. /10 Total         /30 points or /10%   Part B Rubric:  Criteria Needs Improvement Satisfactory Good Excellent Score Format, organization, professional image: Writing quality (spelling and grammer); clearly presented; professional appearance; title page, table of contents, page numbers; proper citations and reference page using APA format. 0-2 points Format is not in an industry acceptable manner; little organization and flow to report; little/no use of headings, etc.; many spelling or grammatical errors; and no referencing.  3 -5 points Format is mostly in an industry acceptable manner and some use of proper organization techniques employed; headings/formats could be clearer; some spelling or grammatical errors; referencing but not necessarily APA. 6-8 points Format is in an industry acceptable manner; cover page, table of contents, headings, tabs, page numbers are used for organization; very few spelling or grammatical errors; and few formatting errors for citations or reference page. 9-10 points Format is in an industry acceptable manner; cover page, table of contents, headings, page numbers are used for organization; almost entirely error free for spelling and grammatical errors; and correct APA format for any referencing. /10 Depth of research: Evidence of relevant research; relevant sources cited; use of recent, primary resources 0-2 points Minimal or no use of relevant sources; sources dated / old. 3-5 points Acceptable use of relevant sources; sources consulted were somewhat related to the assigned content. 6-8 points Acceptable use of relevant sources; sources consulted were mostly related to the assigned content; recency good. 9-10 points Thorough use of relevant sources; a variety of sources consulted. /10 Relevance of material: Ideas well researched, documented or argued; demonstrates knowledge and understanding of key concepts and subject matter; good use of examples; application of how course knowledge relates to your location. 0-5 points Few to no requirements are completed, little detail.  It is incomplete and major sections of questions are not clearly answered.   6 – 10 points Content began to address topic however several major sections of questions are not answered or lacks detail. 11-15 points Content addressed the topic well in a clear manner. Most questions answered.  1 or 2 sections of questions are not all adressed. 16-20 points All requirements are thorough and well written.  Nearly all questions answered.  Content is comprehensive, accurate and persuasive.  Major points stated. /20 Total         /40 points or /20%  
Hi, This assignment is split up into two separate parts which are graded separately. Part B is a continuation of Part A. I am unable to do this work due to some issues i am having this semester and ho
Running head: SHORT TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 1 Case Study Part A: Example of a clever , descriptive and appropriate title Student Name University of Manitoba Author Note: Student Name, Faculty, University of Manitoba This paper was written for Introduction to Leisure Travel ( REC 21 00 ) and Dr. Jill Bueddefeld on Date, 20 20 . Running head: SHORT TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 2 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ……………….. 3 P RESENT D EMAND ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. …………………… 3 IMPACT OF TOURISM ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ……….. 3 TOURISM MANAGEMENT ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ….. 3 TOURISM PLANNING AND MARKETING ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ……………. 3 CONCLUSION ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. …………………… 3 ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. ………………………….. 4 Commented [JB1]: Any format of a table of contents is okay, but it should clearly have headings and page numbers. Note, you will only have page numbers for the intro and references so far, and that’s okay! Running head: SHORT TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 3 Introduction Here you should write your brief introduction about the history of tourism in the area that you have chosen and describe the current demand. This section should be approximately 1 – 1.5 pages. Tables and figures do not count in the wor d / page count. Present Demand Use sub – headings if you feel that helps with your org anization of your paper. Impact of Tourism Note: These sections will be completed in Part B and DO NOT need to be completed now, you should just list your main headings to start getting your paper organized . Add sub – headings if y ou can, so I can tell you if you ’ re on track or missing somet hing important . For Part A, all I want to see is that you’ve started to look for references and think about how you are going to find the information you n eed to answer the questions in Part B that address these sections. Tourism Management Tourism Planning and Marketing Conclusion Running head: SHORT TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 4 Annotated Bibliography Travel Manitoba (2018). Manitoba Canada’s Heart Beat . Retrieved February 3, 2020, from https://www.travelmanitoba.com/ T his source will provide this paper with information about some facts / data and will be used in the introduction section of this paper. The information here is provided b y Travel Manitoba, so it can be considered reliable and a good source of data for this paper. This source will also be used to discuss tourism management, particularly the 5 components of the tourism destination area (TDA). Note: all of your reference s should be in APA! Commented [JB2]: If you’re not sure who the source of the information is (i.e. if there is no author listed, look for who has the copyright at the bottom of the website. That is who is then listed as the a uthor / organization responsible for the website’s content. Typically government or DMO (Destination Management Organizations) info is reliable, but you should think critically about the reliability of information from other private sources. Running head: SHORT TITLE OF YOUR PAPER 5 Need more help? Here is a link to a good example of a sample paper: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/18/ Just note that you do NOT need an abstract.

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