Annette A. George

Annette A. George
Morgan State University · Department of Business Administration

Doctor of Philosophy, MBA, MTA, BSc

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Introduction
My research is focused on Tourism Sustainability in the Caribbean region.

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Purpose: This study examined how social and cultural influences are affecting the government of Trinidad & Tobago's decision-making policies as it relates to the growth of the LGBTQ traveler tourism segment, which is currently threatening the sustainability and competitiveness of the country's tourism industry. This study also aimed to add to the l...
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The Caribbean has always been viewed as a tourist attraction for pleasure seeking individuals. Over several years, there has been evolved a rather intimate and interactive relationship between visitors and their hosts. The culmination of which is the rather romantic fascination of tourists toward locals in many Caribbean destinations. This is not a...
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Tourism has assumed a decidedly new dynamism in relationships between tourists and their hosts. This phenomenon is prevalent in Caribbean countries, including Trinidad and Tobago. The cultural diffusion enabled by globalization has created ease and familiarity making the interacting parties very comfortable with each other. Still, a level of unexpl...
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Protecting scenic values, optimizing efficient use of water for snowmaking, planning, designing and constructing facilities and lifts in an environmentally sensitive manner, are some of the areas in which ski resorts have made substantial improvement since implementing the Environmental Principles, according to NSAA in their 2002 annual report. Mic...
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Ski resorts, like other outdoor recreational sports facilities, are under the watchful eyes of environmental groups across the nation, and as a result are being challenged to conduct business in a more environmentally friendly manner. The National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), a trade association representing about 332 Alpine resorts in the United...

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