Evaluation study of the tourism activity in Jordan in light of codes and conventions of the global ethics for tourism

Warith, Marwa Fawzi Abdel and Attaallah, Farouk Abdelnaby Hassanein (2013) Evaluation study of the tourism activity in Jordan in light of codes and conventions of the global ethics for tourism. Jurnal Antarabangsa Kajian Asia Barat, 5 (1). pp. 41-60. ISSN 2229-8924

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Abstract

This article describes ethical issues within the tourism industry in Jordan and to evaluate the current status of Jordanian tourism according to the global code of ethics. The article examined the principle of code of ethics for travel agents business as practiced in Jordan and found that there are several context-specific advantages and disadvantages. The effects on hosts are discussed and it is proposed that interaction problems between tourists and hosts need corrective attention. Tourism code of ethics plays an important role in the prosperity of tourism and serves as a frame of reference for the various stakeholders in the tourism sector. The general finding is that the global code of ethics principles are implemented by the travel agencies in Jordan.

Item Type:Article
Keywords:Code of ethics, Jordan, tourism, travel agent, global code of ethics
Journal:Jurnal Antarabangsa Kajian Asia Barat
ID Code:6403
Deposited By: ms aida -
Deposited On:16 Jul 2013 01:51
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