Tourism dissertation, which aims to identify and analyse the development of a range of travel and tourism research, in contrast with the traditional dissertation literature.Research Design: A study of design trends (a.k.a. the cultural approach), to provide a clear approach to understand the processes shaping travel and tourism as the main contributors to contemporaryisation.Background and Contexts: a comparative study of different themes (including those of migration and modernisation) to investigate how these are interwoven in the context of the economic, social and cultural factors shaping the development of travel and tourism.Migration History: What is it and which are its benefits, as well as why did they occur?(1,2,3)Critical Culture: How did contemporary culture influence the rise and decline of migration in the mid-20th Century ?(2,4,5)Economics: The role of consumer value in the economic life of the nineteenth century’s early industrialisation, including changes in labour demand.
(2-4,5)Diversity Issues: How does multiculturalism and ethnicisation shape the character and meaning of the social groups on which the development of immigration policy is based? (5)The relationship between immigration and different forms of national identity in Canada and the US (including US-born Americans) and what have they contributed to the differences between Canada and the US? (6)The relationship between British-speaking and Canadian immigrants, as well as changes in racial barriers towards British-speaking immigrants.
(7)The relationship between immigration and the migration of the British-born and Canadian-born population (including immigrants from Canada and the USA) (8)A relationship between migration history and the emergence of multiculturalism: the influence of the US-based migration (8-10)The Impact of Migration Policy on Tourism.The Impact of Migration Policy on Tourism (1)A review of the impact of the government policy of the European Union on tourism (2)What does a culture of attraction mean? (2)In contrast to the policy of the EU, there is a growing emphasis on tourism and, therefore, its promotion within the general market and wider market; it does not have an inherent meaning; and the general tourism sector is very likely to become a new focus area for future research.What research methods are used in this paper?
(1)Journal papers and reviews.A qualitative review of the research literature to make one’s