answer the following points separately and make it short 4 or 5 paragraph for each of the 2 point 1- chapter 1 : I do expect to see you post your personal opinion on each topic In Chapter 1, Cook et al. (2018) proposed two different approaches to study tourism, geography-oriented, and business-oriented. Please choose, in your opinion, which approach is more reasonable to study tourism than the other (the mixed option is not available in this discussion). Please state your rationale for your choice. 2- Please look at Chapter 2 at Wyllie’s book for understanding some very significant incidents in human tourism history.Would you agree or disagree with the statement that most contemporary Western tourists do not care about “the real thing” in their tourist experiences, but are perfectly happy with simulations, imitations, representations, or fakes? Please tell us your reasons and your observations. Also, is this phenomenon associated with post-modernism? why and why not?
After you view the video above, share your thoughts on the video, and what impacts you feel it’ll have on tourism. Specifically, outline implications to train travel, iconic landmarks, and city centers. What can be done to combat the effects of these impacts? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQTwYA27O14
You must find such a site in your own country and write a critical essay in which you reflect upon its contested or dissonant nature. The site must be linked to a very sensitive topic or historical period/event which makes it contested by at least two different groups. Focusing on the site interpretation, you must select three important aspects which make it contested or dissonant. For each of the three aspects you must provide the official perspective as well as the contrasting perspective(s) of the alternative/opposing group(s). The complete absence of references or discussions on a topic on one of the two sides can, in itself, be one of the two perspectives you are bringing into the discussion.