代写被发现:文化旅游

代写被发现:文化旅游

过去的研究和研究发现,文化旅游可以有效地促进该地区的经济增长,因为文化正在经历一个商品化的阶段。随着现代化和工业化的发展,每个城市旅游目的地都具有一定的技术吸引力。在这方面竞争激烈的市场是很正常的。这一因素的经济影响在大多数地方也是相同的。因此,各城市景点都决定通过博物馆和剧院提供各种娱乐和消费手段,以增强其文化独特性的功能。另一方面,乡村或郊区的旅游目的地发展出了一种不同的方式。文化不可能成功地促进经济增长,除非它成为一种商品。因此,这些目的地正试图以消费商品的形式展现其文化独特性的各个方面。过去的调查研究也表明,并不是每一个目的地都可以被称为文化目的地。只有那些有生活文化区域、历史遗迹或任何其他文化成分的目的地才被认为是文化目的地。
城市集市、各种文化节、自然生态系统和主题公园也为文化旅游的发展做出了巨大的贡献。这些都是有形或无形的文化资源。专家们强调了这两点。应该确保文化区域的大片土地不属于任何外国投资者(Lucas, 1998)。然后,劳动工资和产出生产率将保持平衡,这将有助于经济增长。劳动力可用性、生产率和价格变化的动态本质取决于有形和无形资源的可用性。在文化旅游这样的专业化旅游场景中,如果对文化商品的需求和需求发生变化,那么土地大量出租和劳动力工资等经济方面也会发生变化。这些都是与文化旅游密切相关的可变方面(Datta, Bigham, Zou, & Hill, 2015)。因此,当对文化商品的需求增加时,需求的增加反映在土地租金和劳动力工资上。它与这些经济方面处于平衡平衡状态。

代写被发现:文化旅游

The past studies and research have found that cultural tourism can effectively contribute to the economic growth of the region because culture is going through a stage of commoditization. With the growth of modernization and industrialization, every urban tourist destination has some special technological attraction to some extent. The competitive market in terms of this aspect is quite normal. The economic impact of this factor is also equal in most of the places. Therefore, various urban destinations have decided to enhance the functionality of their cultural uniqueness by providing various means of entertainment and consumption through museums and theatres. On the other hand, the rural or sub-urban destinations have developed a different approach. Culture cannot successfully contribute to the economic growth unless it becomes a commodity. Therefore, these destinations are trying represent various aspects of their cultural uniqueness as consumption commodities. The past surveys and studies have also revealed that not every destination can be termed as cultural destination. Only those destinations that have living cultural areas, historical sites, or any other cultural components are considered as cultural destinations.
The town fairs, various cultural festivals, natural ecosystems, and theme parks also contribute immensely to the growth of cultural tourism. These are cultural resources either in the tangible or in the intangible form. Experts have emphasized both of these. It should be ensured that a huge land mass of a cultural area should not be owned by any foreign investor (Lucas, 1998). Then, the labor wage and the output productivity will maintain a balance and it will contribute to the economic growth. The dynamic nature of labor availability, productivity, and price change depends on the availability of tangible and intangible resources. In a specialized tourism scenario like the cultural tourism, if the demand and the need for cultural commodities change, then the economic aspects of land mass rental and labor wages will also change. These are variable aspects that are closely related to cultural tourism (Datta, Bigham, Zou, & Hill, 2015). As a result, when the demand for cultural commodities increases, the increased demand gets reflected in the land rental and the labor wages. It is in a equilibrium balance with these economic aspects.