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Tourism Management

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Prof. Josefino Tulabing Larena

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Tourism Management

  1. 1. Tourism of Today Tourism today: Why is it a global phenomenon embracing all our lives? By: Josefino “Penn “ Larena ,AB, CPS,CPE,MPA
  2. 2. Introduction The new millennium has witnessed the continued growth of interest in how people spend their spare time, especially their leisure time and non- work time. Some commentators have gone as far as to suggest that it is leisure time-how we use it and its meaning to individuals and families- that defines our lives, as a focus for non-work activity. This reflects a growing interest in what people consume in these non-work periods, particularly those times that are dedicated to travel and holidays which are more concentrated periods of leisure time. This interest is becoming an international phenomenon. Summary: My Summary to my Introduction is that some commentators suggests that leisure time should be useful and meaningful to individuals and also to the families that defines our lives. So in my opinion people should consume their non- working periods. Also this interest should became a real Phenomenon.
  3. 3. Chapter 1 Tourism Today Therefore, the growing international significance of tourism can be explained in many ways. In an introductory text such as this, it is important to stress at the outset the following types of factors and processes in order to illustrate the reasons why tourism assumes an important role not only in our lives but also globally: Summary: My Summary to chapter 1 is that the growing international significance of tourism should be explained in many ways like for example it is important to stress at the outset the following types of factors and processes in order to illustrate the reasons why tourism assumes an important role not only in our lives but also globally:
  4. 4. Introduction • From this brief list of possible reasons why tourism is now assuming a major role in the lives of people, it is evident that tourism is also becoming a powerful process affecting all parts of the globe. It is not only embraced by various people as a new trend, a characteristic or defining feature of people’s lives, but is also an activity in which the masses can now partake (subject to their access to discretionary forms of spending). • Summary: • My Summary in this Introduction in page 5 is that the brief list of possible reasons why tourism is now assuming a major role in the lives of people because of their tour guiding everywhere in the Philippines also to all other countries in the whole world.
  5. 5. Tourism Today TRAVEL AND SUSTAINABILITY There is a growing global concern about the ability of the earth’s environment and resources to sustain the continued expansion of economic activity, including tourism. Summary: My Summary of Travel and sustainability is the earth’s environment and resources should sustain to the continued expansion of economic activity, including tourism. Also the global concern about the ability of the earth’s environment and resources should grow very faster.
  6. 6. Tourism Today Why Study Tourism? Is It Just About Enjoyment and Holidays? Tourism and its analysis have become a relatively recent field of study among academics, researchers and commentators. Some of the very early student textbooks on tourism (which are detailed in the further reading section at the end of this chapter) can be dated to the early 1970s (although there are examples of other reviews of tourism dating to the 1930’s, 1940’s and 1950s, as discussed in chapter 2), with a second wave being produced in the 1980s. Summary: My Summary to this is that we need to study tourism because it is part of our daily life and our future life. Also Tourism has an enjoyment and holidays when it is summer vacation.
  7. 7. Tourism Today THE LEISURE SOCIETY Tourism is now widely acknowledged as a social phenomenon, as the nature of society in most advanced developed countries has now changed from one which has traditionally had an economy based on manufacturing and production, to one where the dominant form of employment is services and consumer industries. Summary: My Summary to this about the leisure society is that tourism has advanced developed countries. Some countries have changed their economy based in their manufacturing and production.
  8. 8. Tourism Today THE INTERNET e-tourism is only the first stage of the internet’s impact upon tourism. The first wave of internet technology created an online travel community where tourism businesses were able to market and communicate with consumers through electronic media. Summary: My Summary to this report entitled the internet is e- tourism is only the first stage of the internet’s impact upon tourism. Because only e-tourism is the first wave of internet technology created an online travel community that can communicate through electronic media.
  9. 9. Tourism Today CONCEPTS-TOURISM, THE TOURIST AND TRAVEL Attempts to define tourism are numerous and very often the terms ‘travel’ and ‘tourism’ are used interchangeably. According to the international organization responsible for tourism, the World Tourism Organization (UN-WTO): Summary: My Summary to this report about the concepts-tourism, the tourist and travel is that tourism are used interchangeably and also international organization is responsible for tourism to the world tourism organization.
  10. 10. Concepts-tourism, the tourist and travel An organizing framework for the analysis of tourism. The most widely used framework is that developed by Leiper (1990) who identified a tourism system as comprising a tourist, a traveller- generating region, tourism destination regions; transit routes for tourists travelling between generating and destination areas. Summary: My Summary in this concepts-tourism, the tourist and travel is that Leiper developed an organizing framework for the analysis of tourism. Then this system as comprising a tourist is a traveler generating region, tourism destination regions; tourism also identifies travelling between generating and destination areas.
  11. 11. The tour, holidays and leisure time What is evident from Leiper’s model of the tourism system is that the tour-which is a trip, travel anywhere for pleasure or leisure-is a vital element. The tour is an underpinning feature of tourism, a prerequisite for tourism to occur, since the consumer has to be brought to the product or experience, has to travel, and is a reciprocal event- the traveller travels out and back. Summary: My Summary to this topic is that the traveller should experience so much fun in travelling from different places to places and also the traveller agencies should learn what are the things that are being presented in the views of all different places. and also what particular places that is so quiet and the places that are so noisy.
  12. 12. MEASURING TOURISM Once we agree a general definition of what tourism is, we can look for methods that add precision to the scale, volume and significance of tourism as a global activity. Measuring tourism also helps to understand some of the problems which planners and decision makers need to address in planning for tourism and future growth scenarios. Summary: My Summary to this another topic is that tourism also helps to understand some of the problems which planners and decision makers cannot understand what are some other future growth of scenarios.
  13. 13. Tourism and management as a focus for the book At a very general level, the word ‘management’. As applied to tourism could be taken as how tourism needs to be managed as a growing activity at a global, national and local level in order that its often contradictory forces are reconciled and balanced so that tourism develops and is pursued in a sustainable and balanced manner. Summary: My summary to this another new topic is that as how tourism needs to be managed as a growing activity at a global, national and local level in order that its often contradictory forces are reconciled and balanced so that tourism develops and is pursued in a sustainable and balanced manner.
  14. 14. NEW FORCES AFFECTING TOURISM- GLOBALIZATION, INEQUALITY AND THE DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING WORLD When one looks at the patterns of tourism, and those areas which are growing in terms of international tourism, it is evident that the majority of outbound travellers are from the developed countries of Europe and North America, Australasia and the new middle class in many developing countries. Summary: My summary to this new topic is that the majority of outbound travellers are from the developed countries of Europe and North America, Australia and the new middle class in many developing countries.
  15. 15. THANK YOU FOR READING AND LISTENING!!!

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