Tourist interactions to marine wildlife.

 Assignment (Roleplay report: Managing tourist interactions with marine wildlife ) A brief description of the purpose of the project: During the course of the lecture programme, the class will be involved in a series of discussion-based role plays. Each of the role plays will follow a lecture that reviews and reports on a discrete topic of empirical research. In each case, groups within the class will be allocated a particular stakeholder group to represent. Discussions will revolve around the specific viewpoints, issues, and responses of each stakeholder group. The class will be organized into groups of approximately three for the purpose of the role plays and the group assignment. Aim and description of the project: Choose ONE (1) of the role plays that are conducted in class. This roleplay will be the subject of your group assignment. Listed below are some of the role plays that are likely to be performed (the lecture programme role plays may be subject to change as the course progresses). For the purposes of the written assignment that your group will submit for assessment you will need to: 1. Identify the topic of your chosen role play. 2. Provide an introduction and overview of the issue (or issues) that are the subject of the role play (you should employ published academic literature in this part). 3. Study context: Present a critical review of the research article (or articles) that form the basis of the roleplay (role play context). This section should highlight the management issues at stake. 4. Present a stakeholder summary overview, clearly identifying the various key stakeholder groups, and the stakeholder entity that your group represents. 5. Present a critical analysis of the challenges and issues faced by your stakeholder group. What are the key management objectives that your group seeks to address, and outcomes that your group seeks to achieve? To what extent are those objectives and outcomes compatible or incompatible with other stakeholder groups? Consider courses of action that may be required to achieve the desired outcomes of your stakeholder group. 6. Conclusion and recommendations 7. List of references cited. Roleplay: Managing tourist interactions with marine wildlife Key literature: Higham, J.E.S. 1998. Tourists and Albatrosses: The dynamics of tourism at the Northern Royal Albatross Colony, Taiaroa Head, New Zealand Tourism Management 19(6):521-533. Lusseau, D. & Higham, J.E.S. (2004). Managing the impacts of dolphin-based tourism through the definition of critical habitats: The case of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops spp.) in Doubtful Sound, New Zealand. Tourism Management 25(5): 657-667. Higham, J.E.S., Bejder, L. & Lusseau, D. (2009). An integrated and adaptive management model to address the long-term sustainability of tourist interactions with cetaceans. Environmental Conservation 35(4): 294-302.

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