Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt
International Tourism Management

 

 

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ITM Master 2. Sem.
10112 Seminar
CORPORATE CASE STUDIES

           

 

 

 

2 SWS Course

Workload:

30 h classroom work / 120 h self-study

Every two weeks except first session

ECTS points: 5

 

Examination:

 

Presentations:

Intermediate Presentation (work-in-progress) 20 min. plus discussion (10% of final grade)

Final Presentation 30 min. plus discussion, presentation of research results (30% of final grade)

Term paper: Written analysis, 10-12 pages (60% of final grade)

 

Timetable:

1.10.      Introduction

15.10.    Introduction II, Work organisation

29.10.    Tourism Development Background Gastronomy Tourism/Feedback countries 

12.11.    No class -> Double class 15.1.

26.11.    Intermediate presentation

10.12.    New date TBD

07.1.2020 08.15-15.30 h Final Presentations

 

 

Gastronomy Tourism - How food and drinks gain importance as tourist attractions and help to develop new tourism service providing companies

 

 

Basic work structure: Three groups of two students each select one country and analyse how Gastronomy tourism is developing in this country.

 

 

Rough Structure:

Development of tourism / gastronomy tourism in the country

Specific offers and developments

Role of Government and of private companies

Importance of Gastronomy Tourism for overall development

Outlook: Expected development and results in coming years

 

 

Research task

Gastronomy tourism is increasing in importance globally. Researching and presenting the development of it in a specific country to understand its importance and contribution to overall development

Countries chosen:

Italy

France

Norway

Peru

Germany

India

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael Hall: Food tourism

 

 

  gastronomy-in-tourism

 

 

UNWTO 2017

 

 

food routes

 

Yeoman: What is food tourism?

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jtCwaOvIZs

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bBzbvWTnmTw

 

Tourism Gastronomy magazine:

https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cog/gat

Strange food

https://www.peru.travel/gastronomy/

 

michael hall: 2003 gastronomy tourism

https://books.google.at/books?hl=de&lr=&id=WGgABAAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=gastronomy+tourism+hall&ots=NQU52TSPEC&sig=vlA90KOK4HDvO-QyTjaM75vNuEc#v=onepage&q&f=false

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

  Contact: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Georg Arlt FRGS FRAS
Bachelor and Master Program International Tourism Management
arlt@fh-westkueste.de, Tel. 0481 8555-513

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