The Economics of Tourism

Abstract The paper examines the issue of economies of tourism. It defines the term and offers some examples of economies of tourism. The paper also gives the advantages and disadvantages of economies of tourism. Introduction Tourism is an important industry in many countries of the world. Countries like Greece, Egypt, Libya, Kenya and Israel depend on tourism. In the US, to...
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The Comparison Between Vergil and Homer

In book 6 of The Odyssey, Homer compares princess Nausicaa’s first impression to Odysseus by comparing her to the goddess Diana. In lines 494-519 in book 1 of Aeneid, Vergil uses the same comparison to describe Queen Dido seen by Aeneas, and there is a big resemblance between the two texts. Vergil, by using Homeric simile, means to establish Dido’s similarities in character ...
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Scientific Method of Research

A scientific method of research can be described as a means which assists researchers to make conclusions about their study with minimum bias. This ensures that researchers do not incorporate their personal stake into the research that they are carrying out. Therefore applying a scientific method of research is indispensable in making sure that any opinion researchers make in...
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A Rascial/Cultural Critique of The Man Who Almost a Man

“The first movement he made the following morning was to reach under his pillow for the gun. In the gray light of dawn he held it loosely, feeling a sense of power. Could kill a man with a gun like this. Kill anybody, black or white. And if he were holding his gun in his hand, nobody could run over him; they would have to respect him.”(Wright). Richard Wright was an African-A...
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DuBois v. Washington

The time period following the Civil War was known as Reconstruction. This period lasted from 1865 to 1877. During this period of time, African American slaves were being freed and given rights in society. Even though slavery was abolished, African Americans faced much hatred and abuse in the United States. Following this era, emerged the Progressive Era from 1890 to 1920. As...
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The Economy

An economy encompasses a region’s economic systems. These economic systems are made up of land resources, capital and the labor offered. Some processes that the resources go through are their production, their trade and distribution, their manufacturing and their consumption also affect that region’s economy. A region’s technological evolution, its geographical location, its ...
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Over Population

Over population what to do? It took the first billion people from the dawn of humanity until 1830 to populate the world; the next billion people will only take 13 years (yes, I said 13 years!). The world population and its growth are a complex and dynamic issue. Unless there is a worldwide effort and global policies to slow the ever growing population, there will be tremen...
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Make a Change

Have you noticed that our planet is becoming overpopulated? Problems come with this. First, our planet will be full of many criminals. Also, we will have a lot of problems with nature. The purpose of this essay is to show the negative effects of our planet if it gets overpopulated. With more people come more crimes. Because families will try to get things that they do not ha...
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The Economy of Exploitation

During the 16th century, the Spanish moved to Central and South America in search of land to expand their territories. When the Spanish managed to take over America, the Indians, who originally inhabited the land, were left to live at the mercy of the Spanish. Claiming to spread Christianity and bring enlightenment to “the dark continent”, the first Spanish settlers were give...
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Who You Want to Be

Have you watched the Olympics on tv and thought “that is so cool, I wish I could do that, But it would be impossible for me to do because it’s too hard. It’s not who I am”? This is a common mindset for many people these days. We look at something we have the desire to do, and decide that it’s too hard or that it’s not who we are. The girl Ni kan from “...
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