Tourism can also affect the population living in the country due to the amount of tourism which furthers the idea of more jobs need to be created for the new tourists. Of course, the impacts of tourism on the country as well as the people in that country can be positive or negative. Those impacts can either last a long time for example the environmental can be negatively affected, or it can also be a short-term affect for example the economy of that country can be improved by a lot, but it wouldn’t always be positive for a long time. Tourism can also cause problems, such as social dislocation, loss of cultural heritage, economic dependence and ecological degradation. Sustainable tourism is becoming so popular that some say that what we presently call ‘alternative’ will
One of the primary motivations to advertise itself as a destination for tourism is the likely economic boost in a developing country. The powerful economic forces provide employment, foreign exchange, income and tax revenue. One of the common economic impacts of tourism is the Multiplier Concept where good or service purchases from the tourist are gain by the Sterling Bay. The earning is then spent again by Sterling Bay to provide a better goods and services for better value. One of the advantages will be from the multiplier effects.
In this paper I will demonstrate that ethical tourism is the better option that guarantees a stable economic growth while keeping cultural integrity and environmental protection. Even though mass tourism accounts for the rise in employment and gross national product, its economic benefits become marginal as social and environmental costs increase. I will show that ecotourism and pro-poor tourism, as forms of ethical and responsible tourism, contribute to the conservation of the wildlife heritage and to the development of a sustainable growth. Mass tourism concerns all those activities that include shifting of large groups of tourists, high volume of sales, utilization of holiday packages and development of infrastructure and transportation systems. After the second World War, mass tourism increased substantially.
The projects to be undertaken using the funds are often dictated by the donor countries; most often to promote their own self interests. While the concept of dominance is true, it is a perfect example of the struggle for dominance that characterises societies. Another threat caused by globalization can be the one over workforce, the individuals can move more easily from one country to another so the specialized workforce can move to more developed countries where they can get higher wages. The result of this moving is that the poor countries are now experiencing shortage of qualified staff to run local institutions. The globalization can be a threat also because the dependence of developing countries on the developed ones increases.
Cultural distance is known to be an issue, which influences organisations having broad horizons and considering investment in international markets. It is known that the new investments in international markets require organisations to maintain higher levels of finance and this is the reason for which larger organisations consider such two-faced strategy. It is said so because a foreign market can be considered as profitable as risky relying on the fact that organisations consider the cultural factors (Holden, et al., 2015). As per House (2004), the strategy makers of different organisations are mostly attracted by international markets due to which they underestimate the financial risks through which organisations are going through. For this
I agree that the cultural industry has made culture more accessible to people by commodification and indeed this represents a loss in cultural value. However, I believe that the cultural industry has also led to new ways of value. The cultural industries are not only about cultural value, but also symbolic, economic and social value. For instance, culture has become valuable for consumers and businesses as source for showing their identities and for creating connections with people all over the world. I mean it is not only a bad thing that culture is commodified.
Many opponents of immigration provide arguments against minimally restricted movement because of immigration’s disruptive social and economic effects. Although it causes disruptive change, global immigration is beneficial overall to global human development because it increases
Many more attractions have been centered on the natural environment like Dessert safaris, horse riding, bird watching, and surfing creating various tourist activities, whilst leaving the environment unscathed. Dubai has all the necessary resources to make these changes towards a greener tourism industry a huge success. All it needs is a more aggressive approach to involve more businesses and communities. Not only does Dubai have the environmental advantage it also has a cultural advantage. In the age where the Islamic culture has become an unnecessary taboo, activities involving exploration of the culture and heritage can help provide the world a new look into the true meaning of Islam and its followers.
Increased free trade and communication between nations, along with increased access to technology, media, education, healthcare, consumer goods, and other resources are often considered advantages of globalization. Some disadvantages of globalization include exploitation of developing countries, cultural homogenization, and adverse effects on local economies and the environment. Globalization is a complex issue, and while some argue that it reduces global poverty, others argue that it increases wealth inequality worldwide. 3. There is great prestige in winning the Baldrige award.
The growth and prosperity gained from globalization yields many positive attributes. Tourism, industry, and mining are positive points when it comes to boosting both local and foreign economies. However, different perspectives will yield different outcomes. For example, tourism to a third world country such as South Africa can be equally adverse to the local tribes and their customs. I witnessed such an occurrence first hand on a recent trip when my group visited on particular village along the Kasane River.