This unit gives learners an insight into the legal and moral issues that permeate the travel and tourism sector. It is further intended to provide an introduction to the legal and regulatory framework that is necessary for effective operation within a number of industries within the travel and tourism sector. More info →
The Travel & tourism sector is a large economic sector. As a result, the legal and regulatory framework of the travel and tourism sector is diverse. There are laws applying to tourism in unforeseen circumstances due to individual incidents i.e. disappointments and damages. There are also industry-specific laws and international regulations More info →
1.1. Research aim and rationale
Tourism is one of the crucial prospective to contribute towards the development of a country. Identifying this potential is one of the main intents for countries to strengthen tourism (Robinson, 1993). Massive rapid environmental, global and political changes happened in the world over the past few decades and appeared to be fundamentallyand revolutionary effected upon tourism. However, aparticular factor having the possibility to transform or revolutionize the nature of tourism significantly is the ideaof sustainable development(Newsome et al., 2012).
The attractiveness of the United Kingdom’s tourism industry is carefullyconnected to its sustainability because the eminence of tourist points is greatly influenced by their natural and cultural environment as well as their incorporation into the local community(Font et al., 2014).Managing Long term sustainability necessitates a stabilityamong sustainability in economic, socio-cultural and environmental factors(Woo et al., 2015).
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The objective of this research paper is to study the consequences of IFRS adoption in Oman. This will extract a picture of current financial reporting quality of firms in Oman and what influences will come after the adoption of IFRS. More info →
What is Mise-en-scène?
Mise-en-scène is more than just a film’s formal visual and aural elements such as setting, performance, cinematography, lighting, colour, editing and sound. ‘Its domain’ as the French film analyst André S. Labarthe wrote is, ‘is what is “beyond the subject” of a film -- i.e. how that subject is rendered or treated by way of the film's form or style. (Martin, 2004) More info →
The present research paper sheds light on the evidences that explain the psychological basis for terrorism and terrorists. The paper summarizes the agreeing and disagreeing responses and approaches of the accredited scholars and practitioners both regarding the terrorist organizations. Structurally, the essay explores mindsets of people joining the terrorist organizations followed by the evaluation relevance of psychopathology and individual personality for understanding or preventing terrorism. Correspondingly, the paper summarizes the vulnerabilities of the terrorist groups so as to measure its impact on the economic stability of a nation. The main theme or the thesis statement for this paper is to determine the psychological basis for terrorism and terrorists.
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The aim of this unit is to provide learners with an understanding of different organisations, the influence of stakeholders and the relationship between businesses and the local, national and global environments.
Organisations have a variety of
On successful completion of this lecture a learner will:
LO.1:Understand the organisational purposes of Business
UNIT LESSON PLAN–This is crucially following the actual unit contents, otherwise known
as Assessment Criteria (AC).
This lecture will attempt to show the learner how to
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