Intervention research This type of examination is done when people go to the place of what their review is about the positives of intervention research are the ability to have hands on experience while researching about the selected topic

Intervention research
This type of examination is done when people go to the place of what their review is about the positives of intervention research are the ability to have hands on experience while researching about the selected topic. For example, a kind of intervention research is to live in a place where a natural disaster occurred to find how it’s impacting their lives and tourism to the country.
Action research
This research is when using the data collected to make changes. There are some positives for action research. It helps people use data faster and improves energy in advance, the data needed which relates to the chosen topic of research. Another positive of action research is to show what problems there are by the data that is collected and how it
can be fixed/ how to recover the glitches. This leads to how the environment can be changed and improved on to avoid future problems. Usually, the main positive about action research is that it is a very important form of research to improve any negative factors which happen on a regular cause.
The only negative for action research is that the data collected from the research taken place is that there might a lot of changes need to be changed so it might have to be more of a decision of what is more urgent than other explanations.
Primary sources are research created by an individual without any help, the ways of collecting the data is by asking other people to complete questionnaires or answer questions in a form of an interview. The primary sources could remain not proven yet correct or only on a small balance source necessary.
Secondary sources are research and data that have already been published by other people and those using it needs to back up their primary research. The secondary research is finished examining and well-known to a certain amount. The secondary sources can be from the internet, from books, newspapers or from a statistic service
Qualitative date is data to gain an understanding for opinions and reasons for why it exists and explains in detail the quantitative data.
Qualitative date can be described but not measured while quantitative date can only be measured and not describable.
Qualitative data is gained by asking people questions that mainly start with: why, how, which and what. Whereas quantitative date is when asking people: where they live, their age and where they have travelled to.
Hypothesis
I will be researching about how the Zika Virus is affecting the travel and tourism sector and tourism as it is a current health issue
Terms of reference
The lists of words that relate to my topic are: Zika Virus, affecting, outbreak, tourism, tourists, pregnant women, Europe and Olympics
Aims and Objectives
My aim is to find out how the burst of Zika Virus is affecting tourism to the affected countries. I will be meeting my aim by setting out objectives, which will cover: produce questionaries’ and surveys as primary data, my second objective is research online and read statistics
Planned outcomes
By the end of my research of the topic, I would like to have an appreciative on how the virus is stopping tourists visiting Brazil and be able to have knowledge about the topic when presenting
Determining possible sources and resources
To carry out my research for this topic, I will be using different sources which will include: websites, news shows and books
Task dates and review dates
I will fix days to complete each parts of my research plan. I will then set examination dates to check my research plan. For
example, I will set a day when I want to start sharing my questionaries’ out and then I will set another day when I will gather the information to examine
I will send out my questionnaire on the 26/05/2016 and then review the results on the 07/06/2016 to then examine my results for primary research. For my secondary research, I will start discovery secondary sources on the 23rd of May to the 25th of May to help me progress my topic.
Monitor Progress
I will be checking how many responses of my surveys I am getting once I have published to see if anyone is completing it.
Contingencies
I will have a backup plan incase my questionaries’ or surveys do not get answered, I will send it out to wider variety of people via social media to
help me advance answers for my topic
Ethical issues
As part of my research I will not ask people to public their name on the questionaries’ and will not ask them to mention the exact age, instead I will provide age choices for people to tick. I will also not ask people what their religion as it is not required for my research
Sources of information
I will be mostly using websites to get my information as there are many news articles published online and not a lot of information in published books as it is a current concern. I will be using websites as it is the most helpful way. I will also be using online magazines as there are tourism magazines involving to my chosen topic
Referencing
I will be using the Harvard reference system to reference my work that will be included in the main minute of my research topic
Bibliography
I will be using a bibliography at the end of my research to show what sources of information I will be using and the dates I accessed the research and secondary data to help me with the research topic
P3 current issue affecting the travel and tourism sector
View the world carefully. The governmental world will continue to be unstable and when insecurity hits people are less likely to spend money on luxury items such as travel. Political instability is now a major
concern in Africa and Latin America, with the Middle East, Europe, and North America open to terrorism attacks and Latin America still suffering from high levels of crime and drug trafficking. Also, no one knows how Europe’s refugee disaster will drama out and what the costs of increased crime will be on European tourism. Brazil, along with much of Latin America, is suffering from both problems of crime and issues of health and hygiene.
Be aware of the lack of trained personnel
. Because many tourism areas have grown fast there are too many locations where there is a lack of capable labor. Tourism needs people who are both inspired and well trained. So far, too few people in the tourism industry speak many languages, are capable in high tech computer skills or have a good knowledge of statistics and how to develop them. This lack of education and training creates not only common financial losses but also creates lost opportunities and the failure to adjust to new challenges.
The need to develop or update tourism infrastructure
Around the world tourism suffers from poor arrangement. These arrangement challenges kind from insufficient harbors and ports of entry to modes of transport to urban setup such as access roads, electricity, water supply, sewerage and telecommunication. As airplanes begin to carry more people airports will face not only the problems of handling large numbers of arriving passengers but also will need to find ways to deliver luggage faster, and transport people through immigration and customs lines. The lack of set-up will also effect issues of security
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governments effort to search out possible terrorists while creating a warm and welcoming arrival experience.
Nothing works if visitors are afraid and not secure. The spread of terrorist groups throughout the world, and what seems to be the “pandemic du jour” are major threats to tourism. Tourism must learn to create not only security and safety but “surety” – the communication between the two. That means that locations without TOPPs (tourism policing) programs will suffer and finally decline. Private security and public security will need to learn to cooperate and work well not only with each other but with the media and marketers. The old and invalid proverb that security scares visitors is more and more being replaced with the proverb that the lack of security provokes fear among visitors. Cyber-crime will continue to be another major challenge the travel industry faces. Tourism cannot just stumble from viruses and health crisis to the next. Also, unless the travel and tourism industry can protect visitor privacy and lower the incidents of scam, it will face an ever greater and terrifying challenge during 2016.
Low Salaries, recruitment and retention. Many on line and front line workers receive low salaries, have low levels of job loyalty, and change jobs with high level of rapidity. This high turnover level makes training tough and often each time a person leaves; the information is lost. To make matters even more challenging these are frequently the person with whom visitors come in contact. The method tends to guarantee low job satisfaction and low levels of customer satisfaction. This situation has resulted in the lack of availability of skilled manpower by the travel and tourism industry, one of the largest if not the largest employment generators in the world. If tourism is to be a workable product, then it needs to turn part-time jobs into careers without pricing itself out of the market. If the travel and tourism industry hopes to continue to grow it will need trained personnel, and a willing and eager workforce at every level from the managerial, to skilled workers to the semi-skilled worker.
Technology is currently biggest trend especially in tourism and hospitality industry, and expected to be the number one trend for years ahead. When a sensation becomes a trend, there will be some issues popping up later, because trend means the sensation is followed and practiced by many people with different backgrounds around the world. Speaking of Millennial, they have high interest and fully using the technology for everything, from booking, check-in hotels, paying bills, and comparing and looking up places to eat, shop, and more.
Technology has changes the business rule by if information on all services are available almost all over the world, which means that the potential client can be from any resident of the world. Technology also increases marketing opportunities. Technology such as telephone and walkie-talkie or wireless communication systems that allow voices, text, and data communication among employees, managers, departments, and guests are now being enhanced by hotels and restaurants. These devices allow staffs to deliver the best customer service to consumers
For example, more hotels nowadays applying radio frequency ID (RFID) key card on the rooms’ doors and the key card must be inserted into the key card holder to control on electricity inside the room. This method helps hotels to decrease electricity budget. All-in-one connectivity across stages and devices is growing more important. Many hotel groups are offering mobile check-in and digital janitor services. For instance, Aria Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, issued high-tech cards to the guests that notice their presence and unlock the door before they even reach it (Jacobs, 2015). Other examples of wireless communication solutions for the hospitality industry are communication badges, food and drinks ordering
systems, as well as devices that allow hotel agents to check-in and check-out guests, process credit cards payment, print receipts, and program room keys anywhere in or nearby the hotel. Moreover, the use of technology increases staff productivity and reduces response time to satisfy guest requests. Thus, improves overall guest approval and service. It also increases productivity for restaurants by saving time, reducing human errors, and by providing higher quality customer service. In addition, queues at the reception desk can be reduced and allows guests to check-in and check-out closer to where their room is.