These are some of the questions that explains why people are fascinated with death and disaster. However, this fascination goes beyond the side of a highway and enters the realm of tourism. Today, numerous sites of death and disaster attract millions of visitors from all around the world: Auschwitz-Birkenau, Anne Frank’s House, Graceland, Oklahoma City, Gettysburg, Vimy Ridge, the Somme, Arlington National Cemetery. The term dark tourism was first coined by two researchers, Malcolm Foley and J. John Lennon, as a means of describing, “…the phenomenon which encompasses the presentation and consumption (by visitors) of real and commodified death and disaster sites”.  Tony Seaton coined a similar label in his definitive article, From Thanatopsis to Thanatourism: Guided by the Dark.
They want to buy fancy cars and clothes, live a prestigious life, and have a large number of fans. However, being a celebrity is not all roses. $ellebrity is a documentary that shows one of the dark sides of fame. It pictures how celebrities suffer from the paparazzi, gives reasons that make this latter follows them, and also argues about how the consumers participate in all of that. This documentary is made by the photographer Kevin Mazur, dedicated to a very large audience, including celebrities, paparazzi, all kinds of photographers around the world, and society as a whole, in a time where the obsession with famous people’s lives became widely expanded.
People were robbed, killed, forced to evacuate their homes, and mistreated in many other ways during the Cambodian Genocide. These people had to live in terrible conditions. The same thing goes for what the reader sees of the Holocaust in Elie Wiesel’s Night. Throughout the book, the reader follows the author as he witnesses huge amounts of mass murder, watches as other people are brutally abused, as he, too, is being horribly mistreated, all while he is being forced to live in horrible living conditions. However, there are other factors that go into what make a genocide, well, a genocide.
Being in a war especially World War 2 you see many people die, they can be your friends, family, acquaintances, or even a stranger. All of those deaths do mean something, death is a natural thing that will happen to everyone. Watching people get murdered is definitely something different then you're natural cause of death. It really messes with your head, and the
The research carried out by Sanchez-Rivero and Cardenes-Garcia (2012) also regards tourism effect as a strong tool for economic development even from a theoretical point of view. Tourism is linked to international hotel investment, any attack of whatever form on any hotel chain will definitely have effect on tourism which will in turn affect the economic situation of a region (Rapin, 2011). Paul et al (2015) reveals that hospitality industry will remain the center of attraction for the terrorist because it is believed to attract media attention and also a significant sector of a nation’s
The analysis done, was mostly based on the dimensions of cultural differences given by Geert Hofstede. The knowledge gained by theoretical studies was the basis of the research objective and the scope of the study. One important thing learnt was that the dimensions used for study can be used to compare the cultural differences between different countries and cannot be used to compare the values of individuals. The points learnt from theory helped in discovering the depth about the big picture regarding cultural differences and can be used further to avoid conflicts and situations of tension and successfully deal with international tourists. Cross cultural knowledge can be really useful in the tourism industry for both the host as well as the visitors.
You can get this kind of information by searching online. Tip 4: Learn the Local Laws You may not be aware of local laws of both the state as well as the country, where you want to immigrate your business. However, the federal condition can prompt sudden transformations in your liabilities. This can happen specifically if the headcount of your employees varies from what you had before. Therefore, it is the time, where you should brush up yourself with the municipal and state laws of that foreign country.
Using education under demographics will help in easily identifying the motives of the tourists and the image of Tagaytay. From Jonsson and Devonish (2008), age has a major impact on the travel motivation of tourists. They presented that people aged 18 years old and above are significantly influencing the travel motivation. The differences on the age will just provide variations on types of motivation that influences a tourist to
This is not entirely surprising given that artistic attractions can be seen only at specific times, requires tourists to buy tickets, and is aware of the schedule of the different events and, in many cases, knowledge of required specific language. For all this, the artistic representations are much less accessible to tourists’ attractions asset type. However, an obvious fact is the considerable growth in popularity of festivals and fairs between cultural visitors (Florek, Insch, & Gnoth, 2006). This area also has a heinous product development and has a growing competition between parties and events that sell for cultural tourists. In short, museums and monuments capture most of the market.
Introduction (350 words) In today’s extremely competitive hospitality and tourism industry, brand loyalty generates various benefits like building barriers to competitors, generating bigger sale and revenue amount, reducing client acquisition prices, and inhibiting customers' susceptibility to marketing efforts of competitors (Knox &Walker, 2001; Rundle-Thiele & Mackay, 2001). As such, service encounter would play an integral part in create brand loyalty. In order for customers to be loyal to a brand, it requires a huge amount of involvement in organising marketing campaigns that would attract the attention of existing and potential consumers. These campaigns would have an impact on the current mindsets of the consumers in which would result