Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Draft Research Proposal

Title:Cultural Tourism the Solution to the Rural-Urban Migration in Developing Countries’?
Objectives:1. To examine the reasons for rural-Urban migration.

2. To investigate the current social- economic conditions in Nigeria.

3. To identify the problems rural-urban migration caused to the study area.

4. Explore the tourism industry in Nigeria

5. To evaluate the potential of cultural tourism in reversing rural-urban.

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Research method: ‘Qualitative Method’ Interview.
Source: Peter Umeokoli

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