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The education of international students in Australian universities has grown significantly over recent years, with Australia now having the highest ratio of international students to domestic students among the major English-speaking destinations popular with international students. While there...
The paper addresses the need for more research in the field of entrepreneurial education in tourism, using the models of Butler's destination life cycle and Porter's diamond of competitive advantages. Following is a discussion of entrepreneurship in tourism in light of these analytical...
To date, little attention has been paid in the tourism literature to the ethical dilemmas facing tourism managers and students. Based on interviews with senior members of the tourism industry six ethical scenarios were developed relating to ethical challenges faced by industry practitioners...
Often called a “Discovery Major,” the parks, recreation, and tourism major tends to have more transfer students than other majors. Research has shown that educators sometimes perceive transfer students as less motivated than continuing students. This study explored differences between Parks,...
Oman has a significant number of natural, cultural, and heritage assets, making it unique in the region. Despite these attractive destination attributes, the current level of Oman's tourism activity is well below its potential. The objective of this case study is to provide an assessment of...
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