Show simple item record Rahman, M. 2021-01-04T12:03:34Z 2021-01-04T12:03:34Z 2019-10-29
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dc.description.abstract Tour operators, the leading and integral part of the industry tourism industry are product developer and service provider. Due to this potentiality, tour operators should have to run their activities with high standard of ethics. This study has been undertaken to explore the amount and the set of ethical practices in Bangladesh perspective. Randomly 40 Bangladeshi tour operators amongst 354 of Tour Operators’ Association of Bangladesh (TOAB) members have been sampled for collecting primary data on a close ended questionnaire. Afterward quantitative data analysis and graphical features have been done for satisfying the objectives. This paper generates some findings. Ethical tour operation enriches life and minimizes negative impacts on the society. Monetary transactions through banks carefully expense the natural resources conserve resources and reduces the unethical activities. Tour operators and host community people must increase their tourism knowledge. These will generate some benefits for the good industry practices in all the areas covered in tourism sector. The knowledge of ethical operation and judicial use of tourism resources may help to build a competitive tourism world. Tour operators ethical attitude ensure the value for money by providing clients’ travel services with all possible cares. The general benefits from ethical practices may create value for tourists and the host community people. For long term perspective, implication of ethical and professional performance of tour operators towards their clients can develop a standard in Bangladesh perspective. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.subject Attitude en_US
dc.subject Community en_US
dc.subject Destination en_US
dc.subject Operator en_US
dc.subject Policy en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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