Journal of
Hospitality Management and Tourism

  • Abbreviation: J. Hosp. Manage. Tourism
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-6575
  • DOI: 10.5897/JHMT
  • Start Year: 2010

JHMT Articles in press

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Assessing the Potential of the Lower Valley of the Awash (UNESCO World Heritage Site) for Tourism Development

Archaeological tourism is a form of cultural tourism which aims to promote public interest in archaeology and the conservation of historical and archaeological sites. Although the Lower Valley of The Awash site in Ethiopia is bestowed with abundant natural and cultural tourism resources, scientific exploration of its potential for archaeological tourism development is unrealized. Thus, the study employed Butler Tourism...

Author(s):Tofik Etago

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Social media technologies and internal marketing in Zimbabwean hotels

The purpose of this study was to explore the extent to which the use of social media technologies in internal marketing contributes to Zimbabwean hotels. The specific objectives of the study were to establish the current state of the use of social media technologies in internal marketing activities in Zimbabwean hotels, to assess the extent to which the use of social media technologies in internal marketing contributes to...

Author(s):CUT nzengeni Zengeni

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Tourism development and socio-cultural impact in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: conflicts or co: exists?

Tourism immensely tends to be an important tool for the community development for many developing countries. There is a massive impact of tourism on the host community which often receives less concentration especially in developing societies where economic benefits appear to be the first priority. This study has reviewed the “Social Exchange Theory” to understand the existing knowledge on perceptions and interactions of...

Author(s):MD ZAKER HOSSIN

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An Investigating the Religious Tourism Roles for Sustainable Tourism Development: the case of Adyame Yordanos Wonkshet Monastery, Ethiopi

Religion for Ethiopia is the bases of everything. It is known that in Ethiopia, as religious tourism is one of the most important types of the tourism, it can be said that nothing has been done. Though the country is endowed with the variety of religious tourism activities and treasures since many years back, still its roles haven’t been identified and properly utilized in a professional way for sustainable tourism...

Author(s):Dagnachew Nega (Lecturer)

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Diaspora and Tourism Investment Challenges and Opportunities in Ethiopia: The case of Major Tourist Destinations in Amhara National Regional State.

Diasporas are groups of individuals or communities who carry an image of a homeland that separates them from the host land in which they reside. The role of Diaspora groups in destination image building has attracted considerable policy interest in Ethiopia. The purpose of this study is to analyze the Diasporas’ tourism investment challenges and opportunities in Amhara region major tourist destinations. To achieve these...

Author(s):Engdu Gebrewold

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An Assessment of Ecotourism Potentiality for Community Based Ecotourism Development: The Case of Alemsaga Priority State Forest, South Gondar, Ethiopia.

The purpose of this study was to assess the potentials of the forest for ensuring the community based tourism development in Alemsaga Priority State Forest South Gondar zone. The study was descriptive design and employed both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Questionnaires, key Informants Interviews, focus group discussion, Observations and review of secondary sources were the main data gathering tools....

Author(s):Dagnachew Neg

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The Hidden Treasure of Tedbabe Mariam and its Role for Tourism Development

South Wollo Zone is one of the Zones found in Amhara Region. It is endowed with different historical, cultural and natural attractions which make the tourists entertained, amazed and creates breathtaking feeling. Among the treasures found in the Zone is the Rise Adibarat Wogedamat (first among its peers and head of all churches and Monasteries) Tedbabe Mariam church. The principal objective of this study is to investigate...

Author(s):Zelalem Getnet

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Community Based Ecotourism Development in Meqdela Amba, Ethiopia: Current development barriers.

Ethiopia has very distinct natural, cultural and historic products that could attract visitors from all over the world. Meqdela Amba, a community in Ethiopia, is endowed with a unique historical heritage and outstanding biophysical features. The aim of this study was to identify the major barrier of the Meqdela Amba community based ecotourism development in Tenta district. The study used descriptive research design and...

Author(s):Endalkachew Teshome (PhD)

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