Many perspectives of ethical theory do not take this mix into consideration and state that morals are either completely subjective or objective. One of the biggest strength of the virtue ethics arguments is the fact that it allows for morals to be both objective and subjective. Aristotle spent a lot of time thinking about virtue ethics and observing the traits that he valued in others. Through this he saw common traits that he admired in everyone from which he derived four traits he determined to be absolutes: courage, loyalty, generosity, and honesty (Rachels 176). Yet he still recognized that many other
I believe a good community is one that views its residents as an assets, and the residents in return view the community as an asset. Having a sense of community means individuals coming to together to fit the bigger picture, taking care of one another, providing resources for each other to grow, and the allowing the residents to give back to the community in that way. Everyone must have a voice; it is crucial that everyone has a voice because with unity everyone’s opinions count. Granted some decisions may hold value than others, but it just helps to let someone discuss the ideas they have even though it may be illogical. Providing mentorship programs, educational feeder solutions, and neighborhood thinking sessions could lead to change in a big way, while bringing the commoners that reside in such community together to focus on the bigger picture.
Social wellness is the ability to relate, connect, and interact with other people in our world. This means our ability to establish & maintain meaningful relationships with family, friends and peers, use good communications skills, respect ourselves and others, and create a positive social
Residents’ perceptions are critical factor to identify the goals for heritage preservation (Jimura, 2011). Residents give a positive response to the suggestion of heritage management, and to ensure the heritage sites continue to be beneficial the community in the future. Local people's perceptions keep changing the decision making of heritage conservation. Their perceptions are important guidelines that government or organizers can follow investigating for cultural heritage promotion. To ensure successful in heritage conservation, it is very important to have the local residents’ support.
Integrity is important to anyone that upholds the values, and apply to any job at hand or while working on any project. Showing integrity shows that the person has the qualities of honesty and morality. How integrity applies to real world scenarios can have various effects but a majority of the cases can provide a positive outcome in the long run. People who lack honesty will have repercussions and may cause the individual to experience guilt and signs of sorrow in the long run. There are some people that show no form of morality which cause them to think that their actions wouldn’t affect them in any way.
I, for example, have almost entirely stopped purchasing any souvenir like things on trips I take because I realized that by engaging too much with the symbols of a place I enjoyed less of my travel, instead I was experiencing one tourist culture. It is important for people involved in efforts to increase tourism to have concrete plans for how they will maintain important cultural traditions and maintain a livable space for those who currently live in the area. Ali, a man from Goreme, Turkey, which became popular once UNESCO awarded its symbols of fairy chimneys and hot-air balloons World Heritage Site status, is an example of someone who positively navigated how symbols affected his cultural sharing with tourists. After creating a hotel from the natural caves in the area, he noticed how quickly the entire region had changed as the tourism industry ballooned in both positive and negative ways. The augmented amount of money allowed for better quality of life for countless individuals, but several traditions were becoming extinct.
With respect to international relations and the search for peace, based on justice and respect of individual and national aspirations, tourism stands out as a positive and ever-present factor in promoting mutual knowledge and understanding and as a basis for reaching a greater level of respect and confidence among all the peoples of the world. 14. Modern tourism results from the adoption of a social policy which led to the workers gaining annual paid holidays and represents the recognition of a fundamental right of the human being to rest and leisure. It has become a factor contributing to social stability, mutual
By preserving our heritage, cities can create a unique sense of place and attract investors from the tourism industry. The tourism industry is one that has proven to be extremely beneficial to Singapore, where it helps to increase job opportunities and bring in revenue for the country. Thus, heritage tourism can be seen as a motor for economic development. Conserving heritage sites can help create business opportunities, given the diverse space usually associated with heritage sites, which are well suited for new businesses and small retailers, encouraging youth entrepreneurship in the
The most important lesson learned however is how the actions we as a nation reliant on the tourism market now face, with a choice between filling our pockets with money in the short term and destroying the surrounding nature or to invest in local infrastructure and the environment in order to leave our grandchildren living in a sustainable country. This is the problem we are now left with and the clock is