Researching And Writing Dissertations In Hospitality And Tourism Management

It is the responsible travel that is directed towards exotic natural environments with an intention to support conservation efforts and learn the ways to protect the natural and cultural heritage of our beautiful planet.

A proper guidance should be given to students to help them develop a sense of selecting good dissertation topics on travel, tourism and hospitality.Dark tourism is also known as black tourism that involves visiting to sites such as battlegrounds , places afflicted by natural disasters or man-made disasters.Hospitality and tourism workers help people enjoy vacations and entertainment activities.As Tourism is one of the fastest growing industries in the world.It is one of the great sources of earning foreign exchange.This book covers all aspects of researching and writing dissertations in hospitality and tourism.Written by experienced teachers and researchers, the book offers a guide to everything from organizing the initial research process, to writing up the results of your findings.If the student is interested in the topic, they will find it easier to spend months researching and writing.Graduate and post-graduate students find it extremely challenging to find the best dissertation topics in tourism and hospitality.the book cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers.No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.

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