MKT01906 – International Tourism Systems
Complete an annotated bibliography of literature related to tourism impacts and your MKT01906 destination.
1.Locate, summarise and evaluate five (5) articles (three (3) academic journal articles published between 2015 and 2019, and two (2) non-academic ones) relating to tourism at your MKT01906 destination (see Question 5 instructions for Assessment 3).
2.Use the Academic Skills Quick Guide ‘Writing an Annotated Bibliography’ on MySCU site produced by SCU Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Your annotated bibliography should be presented as follows:
Provide a heading for each article with full bibliographic details arranged in alphabetical order, following the Harvard format.
Describe the contents of each article and analyse each in relation to Assessment 3 (tourism impacts, destination development, tourism policy) (see Assessment 3 instructions). What is the article about? What are key ideas in the article?
Provide a statement on the relevance of each article to your selected MKT01906 destination. Do key ideas relate to study destination? How?
Develop a case study showcasing international tourism at your MKT01906 destination. You selected the location prior to Week 3. The assignment will develop critical thinking, analysis and literacy skills to synthesise information related to theories studied in this unit.
Identify key issues for the destination from international tourism and contrast them with ideas discussed in at least eight (8) recent and relevant academic sources. Assessment 2 (Annotated Bibliography) will assist with literature required. Draw on other sources to support. Follow the structure and criteria below.
Case study structure
1.Introduce the destination and outline main themes to be discussed in the case study
2.Provide an overview of the historical development of tourism for your selected destination
3.Provide an analysis of international tourism visitation to your destination. Use relevant statistics to support your answer
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