Tourism Planning and Resource Management
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After successfully completing this subject, you will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of the theoretical principles and practices that underpin effective planning and their application in practical contexts
- Identify creative solutions for a range of problems and challenges confronting modern tourism developers
- Apply principles of ethics, corporate citizenry and cultural sensitivity to modern business practice
- Demonstrate an ability to engage in collaborative action and to recognise the capacity of diverse contributors to a collective outcome
- Analyse tourism’s capacity for further growth without compromising sustainability.
- The concept of sustainability: origins and ethos
- Tourism's resource base: categorisation and prioritisation
- Research ownership and consumption rights, de jure rights vs. the de facto rights of tourists
- Stakeholder consultation and participation
- Theoretical and practical approaches to resource management
- Consumption and conservation reconciliatory approaches
- The role of government and NGOs in resource management
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
SWI-TOU10001 , or SWI-TOU110 ;
Students must have completed 10 subjects in addition to TOU10001.
No special requirements
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- Group (45-55%) (0%)