Cultural heritage

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  • Expansion Of Tourism Essay

    ‘Tourism is a social, cultural and economic phenomenon which entails the movement of people to countries or places outside their usual environment for personal or business/professional purposes’(UNWTO, 2014). The tourism industry has expanded rapidly worldwide over recent years and progressively become an essential element of the world economy. There are many reasons for the expansion of the tourism industry such as the vast improvements in transport technology and infrastructure, allowing more…

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  • Impact Of Tourism In Goa

    tourism industry has an impact on the tourist destination; the impact can be classified as positive and negative impact. Job opportunity and increased economic activity are the positive impacts while negative impacts include environment degradation, cultural and identity deterioration, antisocial activities, increased quantity of waste generated, etc. 1.2 Tourism industry in Goa Tourism is one of the major activities in Goa. The tourism industry has the largest share in Goa's state gross…

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  • An Overview Of The UK Tourism Industry

    INTRODUCTION: The meaning of Tourism is the limited period travelling for recreation, leisure, and family visiting purposes. Tourism is generally concise with trans-national travel, but it is also associate with travel of some other region within the country (John Swarbrooke, 2001). Tourism becomes the popular recreation activity now days around the globe. It relates to both domestic and international. International tourism create a good influence on country's balance of payments either it is…

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  • Cultural Competence In Public Administration

    Assessing Cultural Competence in Public Administration Introduction Public Administration is the backbone of a state and any discrimination within the body or by the body could be disastrous. With the expansion and globalization of the World, people from an array of cultures inhabit the countries. In order to make this department more efficient, the authorities need to ensure that their policies and behaviors comply with the latest and ethical demands of Cultural Competence, such that they…

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  • Identity And Cultural Differences Between Japan And India

    those cultures can understand and communicate with each other .Therefore In this essay, I will compare two cultures Japan and India through five points: How does perception impact on intercultural interactions in these two cultures, Identity and cultural bias, Verbal intercultural communication, Nonverbal intercultural communication and Listening within and across cultures. PERCEPTION Perception…

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  • Social Alienation In Zadie Smith's White Teeth

    Moving to a new country comes with a choice, a choice to embrace a foreign culture or alienate oneself with their own culture. In a world that encourages multiculturalism, it is difficult to believe that immigrants face social alienation. In Zadie Smith’s novel White Teeth, the consequences of multiculturalism and assimilation among immigrant communities gives her readers the opportunity to empathize the feelings of social alienation felt amongst immigrants in the world today. Many immigrants…

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  • Analysis Of The Silent Generation

    "Even as I said it, I knew the phrase 'to make a living ' would have absolutely no meaning to these children of affluent society"(Lorber and Fladell, 81). Millennials or Gen Y, frequently categorized as self entitled narcissists, have received much criticism from prior generations. The survivability of the youth is questioned due to the belief that they haven 't ever had to work to achieve or receive what they desired. The quote above, a 46-year old Ernest Fladell, on his 20-year old nephew,…

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  • The Impact Of The Cultural Revolution In China

    Throughout the Cultural Revolution, social life become highly politicalised and unpredictable (Shirk, 1993). Due to the nature of the Cultural Revolution, which placed an unprecedented emphasis on culture, even those without a political background were targeted and branded as ‘class enemies’ due to their professions, interests or…

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  • The Importance Of Phd Research

    Dr. Allen, I am looking forward to seeing you tomorrow! I know one of the topics we will discuss tomorrow is my research topic and datasets. To make sure all the important points are covered during our meeting I wrote them down for you. I would like to talk with you about the current state of my research. I hope that I can have your support to move forward and deepen the current study. Here are some of my reasons: 1. The reason that I pursuing my Ph.D study is that I am…

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  • Reflective Essay On Unity In Diversity

    Unity in Diversity For a second I was not a teenager, not a female, not a friend of all, not a species. To simply put it, I was just a student eager to learn the mathematical discipline. I entered the O.Henry middle school classroom as sound introduced itself as a symphony of chatter and shuffling. I began to sit by the young male, his skin on the other side of the spectrum. He aggressively sighed. “I don’t sit by your kind” he scoffed. My mind ran at an accelerated pace as I rummaged in my…

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