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Hobart, AMC - Sydney

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Unit name Global Issues in Tourism
Unit code HGA502
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
School of Social Sciences
Discipline Sociology and Criminology
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Reflect on and critically analyse the contemporary issues that are shaping the global tourism industry
  2. Assess the importance of community in engaging with the industry, and the role of the state in shaping global and national tourism policy.
  3. Analyse and evaluate the impact of crises upon tourism and cultural heritage destinations
  4. Communicate effectively to a diverse audience using written and/or multimedia formats



Teaching Pattern

Off Campus:
Online Class (4 hours x 6 times)

On Campus:
Intensive block teaching.


Critical analysis of a recent global tourism issue, 1000 words (30%), Group multimedia presentation on a global issue in tourism, 20 minutes (20%), Case study of the impact of and political reactions to a recent global tourism crisis, 2500 words (50%)

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