- 1 How do social situations affect tourism?
- 2 What social factors contribute to the growth of travel and tourism?
- 3 What are the social and cultural impacts of tourism?
- 4 What are the example of social tourism?
- 5 What is a social factor?
- 6 What is the relationship of needs/wants and motives to travel?
- 7 What are the main factors affecting tourism?
- 8 What are the factors affecting tourism?
- 9 What are the factors that influence travel?
- 10 Which is an example of socio-cultural impact?
- 11 What are social and cultural factors?
- 12 What is the impact of social and cultural diversity?
- 13 What is the meaning of social tourism and give examples?
- 14 What are the 4 types of tourism?
- 15 What is social nature of travel?
Negative social impacts of tourism. These negative social impacts include; social change; changing values; increased crime and gambling; changes in moral behaviour; changes in family structure and roles; problems with the tourist -host relationship and the destruction of heritage.
The major social factors that influence a person to travel are the person’s family, his or her friends, his/her personality (determined by culture), the expected experiences from the tour, motivation, attitude and perception the tour has made on the person, ect (Moutinho 1987, p. 37).
SOCIO – CULTURAL IMPACTS OF TOURISM INTRODUCTION • Impacts arise when tourism brings changes in value systems / behaviour, threatening indigenous identity. Changes often occur in community structure, family relationships, collective traditional life styles, ceremonies and morality.
An example of this form of social tourism is Break, a charity in the UK providing short breaks and holidays for families with children with learning difficulties.
Socially factors are things that affect someone’s lifestyle. These could include wealth, religion, buying habits, education level, family size and structure and population density.
What is the relationship of needs/wants and motives to travel?
To satisfy a need there is energy with a corresponding direction. Hunger and thirst are good examples of needs (q47). The reason for wanting to travel is an inner motive and it is related to the question of why, whereas more specific motivations determine the answers regarding where and type of holiday (q154, q29).
What are the main factors affecting tourism?
Among these factors culture, peace, security, developed infrastructure of the world, visa facilities, natural beautification, attitude of the people, tourist number, Quarantine, World population, Education, Income level, Price level of different commodities in the world, different languages and fare of hotel etc are
What are the factors affecting tourism?
Tourism Management – Factors Affecting
- Environment at Destination. Tourism is in its best form when the destination boasts of conducive climate.
- Economy of the Country.
- Historical or Cultural Importance of Destination.
- Research Importance of Destination.
- Religious Importance of Destination.
What are the factors that influence travel?
They are: 1) Physical environment, which are related to physical facilities and surroundings; 2) Human interaction environment, which are primarily interactions between tourists and service providers; 3) Individual characteristics, which involve personality type and sensitivity to the environment, influence how
Which is an example of socio-cultural impact?
In some areas such as Koh Samui in Thailand, possible negative sociocultural impacts include demographic changes, increased poverty and slums, a rise in the crime rate, drug abuse, pornography and prostitution, and HIV/AIDS infection .
Sociocultural factors are the larger scale forces within cultures and societies that affect the thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Such factors include: Cross cultural difference. Cultural deprivation. Cultural identity.
Cultural diversity affects the businesses in many ways including the staff recruitment/retention, management styles and decision-making processes, and relationships within organizations. Cultural diversity often improves and develops workplace by helping as learning experiences for employers as well as employees.
According to the International Social Tourism Organisation (ISTO) social tourism can be defined as “the connections and phenomena related to the participation of people in the countries of destinations as well as of holidaymakers, of disadvantaged layers of society or those unable to participate in tourism, holidays
What are the 4 types of tourism?
Broadly speaking, there are four major types of tourism namely: (i) international tourism, (ii) domestic tourism, (iii) long distance tourism, and (v) short distance tourism.
THE SOCIAL NATURE OF TRAVEL Travel is brought about by the social nature of man. Human beings, as social animals, feel comfortable in a tour group. They feel that their trips is more enjoyable and free from anxiety if they join a group tour. Camaraderie often develops friendships that last for a year.