Tourism Policy

You are required to write a 3,000 word essay that critically discusses the tourism policy cycle for a country of your choice. The country chosen must have a recently published and publicly available tourism policy document, written in English. It is recommended that you have your choice approved by the Module Leader. The essay should make reference to a wide range of appropriate academic sources on tourism and public policy, as well as reliable sources on the tourism policy context for the country chosen, and all should be referenced according to Harvard conventions. An initial briefing for this assessment will be given in the lecture in w/c 21st September, and a full briefing will be provided in the tutorial in w/c 12th October. Individual support, by appointment, will be offered all term, and particularly in w/c 30th November. Formative tasks related to the assessment will be given in the tutorials in w/c 5th October, w/c 19th October and w/c 16th November. The tutor will provide feedback, in class, on these formative assessments.

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Travel Guide

 For this assignment, you are going to take on the role of a Communication scholar/Travel Guide and choose one country (other than the U.S.) to research. Using your chosen country, you are to create a PPT that discusses communication characteristics, cultural faux pas, and recommended travel plans for a 7-10-day visit (a 7-day itinerary is NOT an A assignment, FYI). Feel free to choose a country that is not a mainstream, “popular” tourist destination, and one that you have not yet traveled to. It is important that you include what’s required below and be creative, yet realistic, in your planning.  For more information on Travel Guide read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guide_book

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Food and Beverage Marketing

You are to pick one of the three specified category examples below and evaluate the merit of opening a food and beverage concept within that category in Greater Melbourne Australia. This should be presented in report format to a client with recommendations.  The three categories are; • Ethnic restaurant • Café • Fast-paced casual dining (with an emphasis on dining out/take away)  To help you meet these requirements you should; Use government, industry, academic, and your own business research to critically evaluate your selected category which will in turn help to develop the required market insight essential to supporting a proposed future food and beverage concept in the next assessment task.  Your critical analysis should ensure that you consider the potential market opportunities and challenges of the sector. This will include but is not limited to: • An outline of your chosen category • A SWOT analysis of your chosen category • An outline of typical target audiences – what do they want, need, desire? •  The challenges and opportunities within your chosen category regarding typical:  o Locations  o Kitchen setups  o FOH setups  o Menu implementation  o Service implementation  o Staffing requirements  o Procurement requirements

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Challenges of Ethnicity and Migration

How dancer’s identity challenges the discourse of ethnicity and migration

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Importance of Gastronomy

You will need to prepare a research report on the importance of gastronomy as a tourism product, using two relevant site visits to form a case study analysis formatted into a report format. Through your documentation of two relevant site visits and an analysis of an underpinning theory relevant to the site/s, you will demonstrate your ability to integrate theory with practice.  Relevant sites may include:  Farmer’s market Food truck Specialty produce store Fine wine retailer When producing your report you should ensure it includes the following:  Introduction to key gastronomy concepts Introduction/overview of the site Overview of the ‘Experience Economy’ theory Discussion/evaluation of how this theory is relevant to the way the site has been set up and acts as a tourism product. And what effect does this have on consumers? Photo evidence is required to indicate that you actually made two site visits including a picture of yourselves at a location and have it dated. It is worth considering how you might include relevant photo evidence in your report not just to validate your visits, but also to demonstrate the site and how it supports your discussion.

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[SOLVED] Managing Visitor Attractions

Please read this assessment brief in its entirety before starting work on it.The Assessment Task – PJ1Critically assess a visitor attraction of your choice using the following guidelines:• Select a UK based visitor attraction which has a significant volume of reviews on Trip Advisor. Look for thematic, recurring comments in the reviews E.g. quality of interpretation, value for money, quality of customer service.• Your report should start by providing an overview of the visitor attractions industry and an introduction to/context of your chosen attraction.• Your report must include analysis from the pre-arrival section of the VAQAS criteria as this can be assessed without the need to physically visit an attraction.• Assess the key issues/themes at the attraction using the Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme (VAQAS) criteria. You may also use additional criteria from other assessment schemes and/or your own observations to support and supplement the VAQAS quality assessment of the attraction.• Your report should provide a critical evaluation of the recurring themes selected from your chosen attraction/review site in relation to the visitor experience at the attraction, drawing on relevant literature and theory to provide contextualisation for your results.• The final part of the report must outline a series of recommendations for improvements to the issues/recurring themes at the visitor attraction that you have chosen.Learning OutcomesB – Apply industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractions.D – Recognise opportunities for positive change and development within a specified professional context.Your grade will depend on the extent to which you meet these learning outcomes in the way relevant for this assessment. Please see the grading rubric at the end of this assessment brief for further details of the criteria against which you will be assessed.Word Limits The maximum word limit for this assessment is 2000 wordsIn accordance with the Assessment and Feedback Policy, as stated in section 4.40 where a submission exceeds the stipulated word limit by more than 10%, the submission will only be marked up to and including the additional 10%. Anything over this will not be included in the final grade for the assessment item. Abstracts, bibliographies, reference lists, appendices and footnotes are excluded from any word limit requirements. In line with section 4.41 of the same Policy, where a submission is notably under the word limit, the full submission will be marked on the extent to which the learning objectives have been met.Assessment SupportSupport for PJ1 will be available through a number of workshops with the module tutor and through the opportunity to participate in a field trip to York from to visit and assess attractions. Online NILE support will include a range of online learning materials. 1-1 support slots will also be made available with the module tutor.Generic Grading Criteria You will find the generic grading criteria for achievement at University Grading Criteria. Also explained here are the meanings of the various G grades at the bottom of the grading scale.Assessment SubmissionTo submit your work, please go to the ‘Submit your work’ area on the NILE site and use the relevant submission point to upload your report. The deadline for this is 11.59pm (UK local time) on the date of submission.Written work submitted to TURNITIN will be subject to anti-plagiarism detection software. Turnitin checks student work for possible textual matches against internet available resources and its own proprietary database.When you upload your work correctly to TURNITIN you will receive a receipt which is your record and proof of submission.If your assessment is not submitted to TURNITIN rather than a receipt you will see a green banner at the top of the screen that denotes successful submission.N.B Work emailed directly to your tutor will not normally be marked. The only exception to this is when you are instructed to do so because TURNITIN is down.Late submission of workFor first sits, if an item of assessment is submitted late and an extension has not been granted, the following will apply:• Within one week of the original deadline – work will be marked and returned with full feedback, and awarded a maximum bare pass grade.• More than one week from original deadline – maximum grade achievable LG (L indicating late).At the second opportunity deadline (resits) work submitted late will be awarded a LG grade. There is no opportunity to submit work late for a bare pass.ExtensionsThe University of Northampton’s general policy with regard to extensions is to be supportive of students who have genuine difficulties, but not against pressures of work that could have reasonably been anticipated.For full details please refer to the Extensions Policy. The module leader can, where appropriate, authorise a short extension of up to two weeks from the original submission date for first sits only. There are NO extensions for resits. The TWO weeks means 14 calendar days including weekends and any University closed days.Mitigating CircumstancesFor guidance on Mitigating circumstances please go to Mitigating Circumstances where you will find detailed guidance on the policy as well as guidance and the form for making an application. Please note, however, that an application to defer an assessment on the grounds of mitigating circumstances should normally be made in advance of the submission deadline or examination date.Plagiarism and Academic Integrity Unless this is a group assessment, the work you produce must be your own with work taken from any other source properly referenced and attributed. The University of Northampton policy will apply in all cases of copying, plagiarism or any other methods by which students have obtained (or attempted to obtain) an unfair advantage.If you are in any doubt about what constitutes plagiarism or any other infringement of academic integrity, please read the University’s Academic Integrity and Misconduct Policy. For help with understanding academic integrity go to UNPAC and follow the Top Tips for Good Academic Practice on the student hub.Please note that the University of Northampton puts all written assessments through detection software which detects if work has been plagiarised (copied) from other students (past or present and whether at UON or any other university), books, journals or internet sources. Copied materials WILL be detected. The penalties for copying work from another source without proper referencing are severe and can include failing the assessment, failing the module and expulsion from the university.Feedback and GradesThese can be accessed through clicking on the Feedback and Grades tab on NILE. Feedback will be provided by a rubric with summary comments.LEI2001: PJ1 Grading RubricLearning Outcomes addressed through this assessment No submission / no evidence Fail Pass Commended Merit DistinctionWork submitted is of no academic value / nothing submitted Evidence included or provided but missing in some very important aspects. Of satisfactory quality, demonstrating evidence of achieving the requirements of the learning outcomes Of sound quality, demonstrative which is sufficient and appropriate to the task or activity Of good quality, demonstrating evidence which is rigorous and convincing, appropriate to the task or activity Of high quality, demonstrating evidence which is strong, robust and consistent, appropriate to the task or activity Learning Outcome BApply industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractions.Your report did not sufficiently critically assess and apply industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractions.Your report satisfactory in critically assessing and applying industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractionsYour report sound in critically assesses and applies industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractionsYour report is of good quality in critically assessing and applying industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractionsYour report is of high quality in critically assessing and applying industry quality standards criteria in the evaluation of the management of visitor attractionsLearning Outcome D Recognise opportunities for positive change and development within a specified professional context.Your report contained insufficient evidence of considered recommendations for positive change and development in relation to your chosen attractionAlways ensure that you have completed all sections of the assessment brief and have included all components required. Your report contained sufficient evidence of considered recommendations for positive change and development in relation to your chosen attractionAlways ensure that you have completed all sections of the assessment brief and have included all components required. Your report contained sound evidence of considered recommendations for positive change and development in relation to your chosen attractionAlways ensure that you have completed all sections of the assessment brief and have included all components required.Your report contained good evidence of considered recommendations for positive change and development in relation to your chosen attractionYour report contained high quality evidence of considered recommendations for positive change and development in relation to your chosen attractionAcademic / Professional quality Unsatisfactory command of academic / professional conventions appropriate to the discipline. Poor command of academic / professional conventions appropriate to the discipline. Satisfactory command of academic / professional conventions appropriate to the discipline. Sound command of academic / professional conventions sufficient and appropriate to the discipline. Rigorous command of academic / professional conventions appropriate to the discipline. Authoritativecommand of academic / professional conventions appropriate to the discipline.

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[SOLVED] Restaurants in USA

I am in a private master of science in Romania. I need a disseratation according to harvard rules and referencing. The structure of the dissertation must be: ch 1 introduction, ch 2 literature review, ch 3 methodology, ch 4- analysis of primary research, ch 5 conclusions. As well we need actual data to prove what the primary data says.

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[SOLVED] Impact of Stess on Employees and Customer Service

I am in a private master of science in Romania. I need a disseratation according to harvard rules and referencing. The structure of the dissertation must be: ch 1 introduction, ch 2 literature review, ch 3 methodology, ch 4- analysis of primary research, ch 5 conclusions. As well we need actual data to prove what the primary data says.

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[SOLVED] Impact of Stress on Employees and Customer Service

I have attached a breakdown of this group research paper. My part is #1 or the introduction and the 1st section of a group research paper. You can see what topics I should be introducing briefly and the first section I should be discussing in detail. I have also provided the document my professor provided for reference. The focus is on “Impact of FinTech on the next generation of Lending Functions and evolving models”.  Some topics that may be included are:  Discuss the Evolution/Emergence of FinTech Briefly discuss the different FinTech Business Models Discuss the FinTech Lending Model What is the P2P Lending Process? How has FinTech changed the Lending Process? How do FinTech innovations affect lending practices? How crowdfunding and P2P contribute to lending practices? What are the Interest rates and credit scores required in P2P lending platforms? What are some examples of FinTech lenders models?  Not all of these topics need to be included and please note plagiarism will be taken extremely serious.

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[SOLVED] Structure of the Dissertation

I am in a private master of science in Romania. I need a disseratation according to harvard rules and referencing. The structure of the dissertation must be: ch 1 introduction, ch 2 literature review, ch 3 methodology, ch 4- analysis of primary research, ch 5 conclusions. As well we need actual data to prove what the primary data says.

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