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Kenya A Paradigm For Sustainable Development
1,640 wordsA Paradigm for Sustainable Development Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to analyze the historical development of Kenya's nature based tourist industry in order to develop a better understanding of the concepts relating to sustainable tourism in the developing world. I will show how past resource management practices has affected tourism's carrying capacity. Because of the complicated ness of this paper I will break it down into five sections. In the first section I will define sustaina...
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Sex Tourism In Thailand
1,417 wordsAs we enter a new millenium the post-colonial nations in the world are still searching for ways to compete in an increasingly globalized, consumption driven economic environment. Many developing countries have speculated that Tourism is an effective catalyst for development as well as increased international understanding. Thailand, who has embraced tourism as the key to its modernization strategy, has been hailed by many as a paradigm for success. Over the past twenty years Thailand has enjoyed...
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El Nino Political Violence
912 wordsKenya is in the heart of African safari country and no Tarzan movie can prepare you for Kenya's wilderness. I chose Kenya because someday I want to go on a safari and I thought that by researching Kenya I would learn a little more about safaris. The major tourist attractions in Kenya are the safaris. No other country contains a greater variety of birds and animals than Kenya, home of the Safari. Kenya has about eleven different types of safaris: Wildlife Safaris, Orinthological Safaris/Bird Watc...
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Poetic Devices Tourist Industry
1,169 words... he birth of his first child. Campbell's sonnet makes the audience question their views on life, due the way they structure their lives. "On the Birth of a Son" looks at the impact of a man's life when his first son is born, breaking the cycle of his comfortable life. Campbell uses symbolism to show the changes the child makes to the man's world. The "espaliered pear" is symbolic of the things in his life that he had trained and nurtured into the direction of his own liking. Campbell explores...
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Modernization Influence On Indonesian Culture
1,919 wordsModernization influence on Indonesian culture Indonesia has always been an object of curiosity and source of information for the Western scientists. Until modern times Indonesia faced a growing pressure of the world to move to modern development. The tourist industry is gaining popularity in Indonesia and becoming one of the primary sources of income as in many developing countries. Every tourist that went to Indonesia knows that dance is a big part of Indonesian culture is also a part of the to...
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Florida Tourist Industry Florida Tourist War
466 wordsFloridians was found in the Gallup polls of the time to be one of the most interventionist of states. During the preceding years there had been a tremendous expansion of Floridas military facilities. Before the war was over Florida would host more than forty important military installations. During World War II, the Florida tourist industry demonstrated its adaptability. Dec. 7, 1941 found the Florida tourist industry preparing for its biggest year. But with the war came cancellations to resorts...
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Symbolism And Imagery Gwen Harwood
2,372 wordsThe anthology Lines to Time includes a wide range of poems written by a selection of poets. What makes Line to Time interesting and enjoyable to read is the variety of topic and treatment the poets use to make their poetry effective. The range of poets featured in Lines to Time use a variety of poetic devices and writers techniques such as symbolism, imagery, alliteration, onomatopoeia, tone, metaphors and humour, to effectively construct an evocative poem. Symbolism and imagery plays a large ro...
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