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the effects of tourism impacts upon quality of life of residents in the community

This study investigates how tourism affects the quality of life (QOL) of residents in tourism destinations that vary in the stage of development. The proposed model in this study structurally depicts that satisfaction with life in general derives from the satisfaction with particular life domains. Overall life satisfaction is derived from mat... Continue Reading

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impact of stress on nutrition and productivity

(A STUDY OF SOUTHERN CROSS RIVER STATE, NIGERIA)

The study is aimed at investigating the effect of stress on nutrition and productivity in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria. Random sampling measures are adopted to survey seven (7) Local Government Areas that constitute southern senatorial district in Cross River and respondents cut across Civil servants, Public servants, Business men, Students... Continue Reading

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economic aspects of certified polish cultural products in light of research

The purpose of researching a number of Polish tourist-oriented, high quality products was to determine the key economic factors for cultural tourism improvement in Poland. The results of research studies, which can assist tourism enterprises further develop the highest quality products of cultural tourism, have indicated that modern day tourist’... Continue Reading

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city branding: exploring the brand "beirut" as a tourism destination in the british market

In this study, brand of Beirut is evaluated in the context of British consumers. Tourism and Destination Branding Tool was used in determining the questionnaire. Accordingly, questionnaire was designed and distributed to randomly chosen 383 British people. Sample size was achieved through using sample size calculator over the internet Continue Reading

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opportunity for innovation and organizational citizenship behaviour in the nigerian hospitality industry

The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between opportunity for innovation and organizational citizenship behaviour in the Nigerian hospitality industry. The cross sectional survey was conducted with a sample size of 1450 workers drawn from a population of 3768 workers in the South-South geopolitical region of Nigeria. The sca... Continue Reading

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human resources management as a tool for efficiency in the hospitality industry

(STUDY CONCORD HOTEL OWERRI, IMO STATE AND LIKE LAKE RESORT ENUGU STATE)

Human resources management as a tool for efficiency in the hospitality industry is the focus point of the research work. An in-dept survey method is adopted by the researcher to investigate how proper human resources management serves as a tool for efficiency in the hospitality industry. The truth of the subject matter revealed that it is eit... Continue Reading

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training effectiveness among employment modes

( A KNOWLEDGE-BASED VIEW IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY)

Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training in Taiwan implements Taiwan TrainQuali Scorecard (TTQS) to measure organizations’ training effectiveness since 2007. It is trying to link the individual training to organizational strategy. Conversely, knowledge-based view emphasizes the streams of new knowledge that are obtained, transferred, and inte... Continue Reading

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religious tourism in jordan: current situation, future developments and prospects

(A case study on Islamic and Christian holy sites)

The purpose of this research study is to analyse the state of the religious tourism product in Jordan from three main perspectives: To present the current state of religious tourism in Jordan through studying the tourism movement in the holy sites and analysing the potentials and future prospects. The relationship between the local community and th... Continue Reading

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the role of religious tourism in the development and growth of urban metropolis

(In The Case of Mashhad, Iran)

This study aims to examine three dimensions of development, namely, economic, environment, and social-cultural issues caused by religious tourism in Mashhad. A quantitative method used to investigate 288 residents’ perceptions who are settled around the Imam Reza holly shrine. Mean and standard division of the variable is calculated to understat... Continue Reading

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importance of nutrition education in catering and fast food business

(CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA)

This research work is based on the nutritional aspect of foods in catering and fast food outlets. It is important to acquaint consumers with nutrition issues, problems of malnutrition, nutrient content of meal etc. What to take at right time. The absence of Nutrition Education or adequate information about fast food Nutrition in the past was what ... Continue Reading

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human resources management as a tool for efficiency in the hospitality industry

(STUDY CONCORD HOTEL OWERRI, IMO STATE AND LIKE LAKE RESORT ENUGU STATE)

The truth of the subject matter revealed that it is either we embark on good human resources planning or we prepared to face business failure as a result of non realization of the truth that human resources is indeed one of the greatest assets of any business enterprises. Be it as it may the study indicate that the success of hospitality business ... Continue Reading

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examination of exogenous determinant in developed tourism site

(A CASE STUDY OF ABUJA TOURISM SITES, NIGERIA )

The ecological system of our environment has always being in focal point as regard to the development of human and nature. The determinant of nature and environmental hazards is man and their activity, the topography of the environment has its role to play and in this research; the causes and management of natural disaster will be examined and the ... Continue Reading

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assessment of the performance of hospitality industry in nigeria

The study aimed at assessing the performance of hospitality industry in Nigeria. The population for the study was one hundred and thirty four (134). From this, a sample size of one hundred individuals were drawn using the Tara Yamane formula for random sampling. The instrument used for data collection was structured questionnaire. Secondary data w... Continue Reading

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effects of psychological factors on demand for urban domestic tourism in kenya

This study examined the effect of psychological factors on demand for urban domestic tourism in Kenya and conducted in selected tourist destinations within Nairobi and Nakuru town. The sample size was 384 respondents: 254 respondents from Nairobi city and 130 respondents from Nakuru town surveyed using multistage sampling procedure. Continue Reading

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