This course focuses on the knowledge to study tourism, based on community design and city and country planning. This is a continuation of "Introduction to Tourism Planning".
This course introduce the alternative tourism, tourism-based community development, green tourism, eco–tourism. This course facilitstes students'understanding of the basic issues faced by contemporary tourism.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1)understand the relationship between city planning, community developmen and tourismg;
2)understand the Tourism-based community development in Japan;
3)understand the Green-tourism and Eco-tourism in Japan;
4)understand the Issues of tourism planning in the future; and
5)explain the examples of alternative tourism.
Alternative tourism, Tourism-based community development, Town-tourism, Green tourism, Eco–tourism
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
6 classes are a lecture format. However, in 2 classes, students explain the examples of alternative tourism.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 2||The relationship between city planning, community developmen and tourism||Understand the relationship between city planning, community developmen and tourism|
|Class 3||Tourism-based community development in Japan||Understand the Tourism-based community development in Japan|
|Class 4||Presentations on the examples of Town- tourism||Understand the Town-tourism in Japan|
|Class 5||Green-tourism in Japan||Understand the Green-tourism in Japan|
|Class 6||Eco-tourism in Japan||Understand the Eco-tourism in Japan|
|Class 7||Presentations on the examples of alternative tourism||Explain the examples of Green-tourism or Eco-tourism|
|Class 8||Issues of tourism planning in the futur||Understand the Issues of tourism planning in the future|
Harada Junko, Akira Soshiroda, New Trend of Tourism and Rerigion, (zaidanhoujin)Hosodaigaku Kyouiku Sinnkokai. ( ISBN978-4-595-31259-5 C1326)
Course materials are provided during class.
Students’ course scores are based on 2 reports (50%) and 2 presentations (50%).The instructor may fail a student if he/she repeatedly comes to class late or resubmits reports too often.
Students must have successfully completed "Introduction to Tourism Planning"