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Crisis has Affected Tourism
|2.2.||Types of crisis||5|
|3.2.||World tourism statistics and rankings||9|
|3.2.1.||Most visited countries||9|
|3.2.2.||International tourism receipts||10|
|3.2.3.||International tourism top spenders||11|
|3.2.4.||Most visited attractions||12|
|3.2.5.||Most visited cities||14|
|3.4.||Types of tourism||15|
|4.||Analysis of interviewing from tourism agentures||21|
|5.||Analysis of questions||22|
A crisis (plural: crises) may occur on a personal or societal level. It may be a traumatic or stressful change in a person's life, or an unstable and dangerous social situation, in political, social, economic, military affairs, or a large-scale environmental event, especially one involving an impending abrupt change. More loosely, it is a term meaning 'a testing time' or 'emergency event'.
Types of Crisis
Poverty is a condition in which a person or community is deprived of, and or lacks the essentials for a minimum standard of well-being and life. These essentials may be material resources such as food, safe drinking water, and shelter, or they may be social resources such as access to information, education, health care, social status, political power,or the opportunity to develop meaningful connections with other people in society. For the individual it is a personal crisis. When poverty afflicts large numbers of people it becomes a social crisis.
Poverty-related crises include:
Malnutrition is the lack of sufficient nutrients to maintain healthy bodily functions and is typically associated with poverty, especially extreme poverty in economically developing countries. It is a common cause of reduced intelligence in parts of the world affected by famine. …
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