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TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT PROJECT TOPICS AND RESEARCH MATERIALS


  • 1. PERCEIVED BENEFIT OF HEALTH EDUCATION ON PREGNANT WOMEN ATTENDING ANTE-NATAL CAR...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY An effective intervention against maternal mortality exists yet millions of pregnant women die of preventable complications due to lack ofknowledge of current government intervention (Bhatia &Cleland, 2009). High maternal death in Nigeria is of utmost concern to publichealth (Ekele, Shehu, Ahmed&Fache, 2008). Knowledge and attitude towards &...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. KNOWLEDGE AND COMPLIANCE WITH SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AMONG HEALTH FACILITIES IN NIGE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Infection is one of the most important problems in health care services worldwide. It constitutes one of the most important causes ofmorbidity and mortality associated with clinical, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Health care workers are at a high risk of needlestick injuries and blood borne pathogens as they perform their clinical activitie...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. AN ASSESSMENT OF PERCEIVED EFFECT OF POPULATION EXPLOSION ON THE STUDENTS OF PHY...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Since Western education became firmly rooted in Nigeria, it has faced myriads of problems. Most of these problems are hardly lost on thevarious governments, whether during colonial or post independence era. It has resulted in the setting up of various commissions such asAshby Commission of 1960 and the Curriculum Conference of 1969 to examine Nigeri...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. SANITATION PRACTICES AND IMPLICATION ON STUDENT’S HEALTH IN IKPOBA-OKHA L.G.A,...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In the view of the World Health Organisation (WHO) (2007), sanitation generally refers to the provision of facilities and services for the safedisposal of human urine and faeces; and inadequate provision of these facilities is a major cause of diseases worldwide. It has been realizedthat improving sanitation is known to have a significant impac...Continue Reading »

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  • 5. IMPACT OF PUBLIC PIT TOILET SYSTEM AND ITS ASSOCIATED PROBLEMS A CASE STUDY OF U...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study A pit toilet is a type of toilet that collects human feces in a hole in the ground.They use either no water or one to three liters per flush with pour flush pitlatrines. When properly built and maintained they can decrease the spread of disease by reducing the amount of human feces in theenvironment from open defecation causes of infectious diarrhea...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. HEALTH CARE COST OF LIVING AND ITS EFFECT ON THE NIGERIAN ECONOMY

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY An effective health care is a basic and inevitable human need. According to the World Health Organization (WHO, 2005), fifty percent ofeconomic growth differentials between developed and developing nation is attributable to ill health and low life expectancy. Developedcountries spend a high proportion of their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on Health ...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  114 engagements | 

  • 7. IMPACT OF EARLY MARRIAGE AND THE PREDICTOR OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CHALLENGES AMO...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Although the prevalence of early marriage is declining, considerable proportions of young women continue to marry as children, that isbefore age 18 (Mahmud 2005). It is globally recognized that early marriage truncates girls’ childhood and circumscribes several rights of thegirl child as outlined in the 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Chi...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. CHALLENGES IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY AND SOLUTION A CASE STUDY OF CONCORD HOTE...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Tourism is defined as a composite of activities, services, and industries that delivers a travel experience to individuals and groups traveling fiy miles (about eighty kilometres) or more from their homes for purposes of pleasure. Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure or business purposes. The World Tourism Organization defines tourists as people who “travel to...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. CULTURAL TOURISM AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT A CASE STUDY OF UMUAGBOM COMMUNITY IN...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Agarwal 1997. Having unique indigenous cultures, nature based attractions, beautiful landscapes, and pleasant weather conditions, local communities in Africa, and other Third World countries, are increasingly being promoted and marketed in major tourist generating countries, particularly in Europe and North America, as offering immense touristic and recreational opport...Continue Reading »

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  • 10. IMPACT OF CUSTOMER RETENTION ON HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction It is believed that the goal of every organization is to meet the needs and the requirements of its stakeholders. Meeting the needs and the requirements of the stakeholders will not only ensure the survival of the organization but also flourish it. Customer is presumed to be one of the most important stakeholders in any organization because without him, organizations a...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. THE IMPACT OF DESTINATION IMAGE ON TOURIST SATISFACTION, AND DESTINATION LOYALTY...

    » Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Research Background Tourist destinations with better diverse attractions have become more important than individual attractions due to better highways over the past few years in China. Destination image, tourist satisfaction and destination loyalty are vital factors which are used to explain visitor motivation or their intention to revisit a tourist destination (Chi and...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. ROLE OF RELIGION ON TOURISM INDUSTRY

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction Tourism according to MCINTOSH and Gupta (1977) as any voluntary activity that temporarily takes person away from his or her usual place of residence in order to satisfy a need either for pleasure, excitement, experience or relaxation. Tourism many be seen to consist senses of encounter in which visitors interact with their hosts. The history of tourism could be traced ...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. IMPACT OF EVENT CENTERS ON SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN NIGERIA CITIES

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION The development of various means of communication continues to emerge as the society develops. Different eras of development in the society, were marked with forms of communication suitable to the period. For instance, earlier forms of communication did not need any technology or skill but as the need to communicate with a wider audience grew, so did the channels, brin...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. IMPACT OF RAIL TRANSPORT DEVELOPMENT ON TOURISM PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA :

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction In world of change, one constant in the last quarter of the twentieth century has been the sustained growth of tourism both as an activity and an industry (occupation). Leiper (2000:3) defined tourism as a whole range of individuals, businesses, organisations and placed which combine in some way to deliver a travel experience. Tourism is a multi dimensional multi facet...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. TRAVEL LIFESTYLE AND OUTBOUND TOURISM INTENTION IN NIGERIA

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Nigeria, one of the leading oil producers in Africa, recorded stable economic growth during the review period, driven by growth in both the oil and agricultural and service sectors. Its gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 6.4% in 2013, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates. In April 2014, the Nigerian government overhauled the GDP calculation proces...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. THE CHALLENGES OF EVENT MANAGEMENT AS A NEW TRENDS IN HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Event management is an exciting and growing industry, as well as a unique career opportunity for everyone with a passion for the planning and organizing of events, such as concerts, conventions, parties, weddings, and other gatherings. According to Ramsborg, G.C.; B Miller (2008). Event management is the application of project management to the creation and development...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. SOCIO ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION OF BOVINA VIEW HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY TO TOURISM DEVEL...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Tourism overtime have become a strand part of many economies of many countries of the world, serving as a backbone upon which service sectors thrive with a backward and forward interconnectivity; wherewith different counties of the world interrelate along same tide (Ayeni and Ebohon, 2012:126). Wherewith the benefits of tourism are a matter of controversy, it cannot be...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. PERCEPTIONS AS INFLUENCER OF CONSUMER CHOICE BEHAVIOR: THE CASE OF TOURISM IN NI...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION For the past three years, international tourism has been booming. According to the World Tourism Organization (WTO, 2009), International tourist arrivals reached 922 million in 2008, up 18 million over 2007, representing a growth of 2%. International tourism receipts rose by 1.7% in real terms to US$ 944 billion (642 billion euros). Following four years of consecutive stro...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. THE IMPACT OF INADEQUATE FOOD SUPPLY ON THE TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Food is one of the principal factors items that have Recently, tourism industry not only has been one of the first place, every tourist as an organism is in need of the rapidly growing fields of the world economy, but also eating and drinking. This requirement holds true for all they has brought about economy development for diverse tourism destinations and situations in t...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. IMPACT OF MARKETING COMMUNICATION IN TOURIST DESTINATION A CASE STUDY OF KOGI ST...

    » HAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION Marketing communications forms a key aspect of the delivery of tourism services. This sector is heavily dependent on marketing because of the industries special characteristics as services. However, marketing communications is a great deal more than simply about advertising. Getting the right messages to the right people is perhaps one of the most important factors in d...Continue Reading »

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