Literature Review: Hospitality And Tourism

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CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW Introduction Hospitality and Tourism is currently and has been a main manufacturer not only in our island Jamaica but also in many other countries around the world. However, it has never stayed the same nor can it anticipate maintaining in its recent form indefinitely. Change is to be expected because it’s inevitable; acceptance as a result is the only choice in not failing. Understanding prior progress is one of the best customs to get ready for future possibilities. This chapter entails the literature review and the overall summary of the chapter. The study is about three main areas are the impact of tourism on residents whether they be positive or negative socially, economically…show more content…
• Impacts of Tourism on the livelihood of the residents In doing this research we found that there are several aspects to look at in founding out how has tourism being developed within the parish of Portland, what I found interesting is how the livelihood of residents within communities of Portland has been affected. Before we look at the impacts of the lives of residents in Portland let’s look at the impacts of tourism, some may say that tourism can impact a destination both positively or negative depending on the observer. Depending on the observer of who is trying to determine how tourism benefit has the destination, a positive social impact of tourism could be the preservation or improvement of Traditional handcraft items. According to Davis (2015), found that “a sum of $9 million was funded by the Ministry of Tourism, through the Portland Parish Council to…show more content…
In the sustainability practice it is deemed for the government and stakeholders implement policies and regulation for the beneficiaries to fellow in order for these attracted sites to be in function for a longer time. According Russo Antonio (2002) the author explains a destination lifecycle and the decline cities attractiveness. As it relates to the topic citing speaks to the effectiveness of policies for sustainable tourism should attack the critical points where the vicious circle feeds, such as the quality and accessibility of a cultural resource. In relation to the carriage capacity policies implemented by the government it also reveals regulations impose by a vast amount of government across the world is the carriage capacity which the most amount of one kind species that can service in a particular environment. So the government aims at presenting these regulations to tourists so that there will be little damage done to these species and their environment. According to McCool and David (2009) there is a rise in the concern for the capability of the tourism destination and protected areas that usually accommodate recreational activities. The article express and unique way in which planners and scientist impress regulations and policies that reduces the harmful effect of recreational

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