Treatment of Tourists and Transplants

Treatment of Tourists and Transplants




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Treatment of Tourists and Transplants

I am from South Carolina and I have been permitted by Jesse Jackson to use his name. He is a native of South Carolina and has lived 90% of his life in the state. He has allowed me to use his name in case I want to make some quotations and references. He is an America civil rights leader and also he is a Baptist minister and a politician who twice ran the position of the US president. I met this person in my state that is in South Carolina and said that he had lived there since he was born. His attitude was very typical toward the tourists. He had a very positive and a good attitude toward the tourists who paid visits to South Carolina.

I met this person in Greenville which is in South Carolina and he tried to explain to me how much he treated and cared for the tourists and transplants. He told me how fine and great the experience was. He ensured that the visitors who are the tourists to different parts of South Carolina were treated in different ways in order to be comfortable and feel at home (Crouch, 2004). He ensured that those rude guides and miserable waiters who were found in those places that the tourists visited were eliminated. This was to ensure that the tourists found themselves at home and more welcome and even better understood. He also launched a campaign whose main aim was to examine and investigate the kind of quality of welcome that the tourists received and also to train professionals who would investigate the different cultures of the visiting tourists and after analyzing the difference then come up with the way forward (Kenneth,2004). He also ensured that shopkeepers, museum staff and restaurant owners are taught in order to understand the important cultural differences that exist between the various nationalities. He says that some tourists are more demanding and usually want a full service simply because they are wealthier and spend a lot of their money and resources and therefore won’t feel happy if all these went into waste.

All these treatments to the tourists made them very comfortable and were in position to enjoy every service they received to their maximum (Liz, 2004). This did not affect their intercultural communication since there were some people who had been assigned the duty of translating the languages in order to bring about order and make the two parties understand one another.


Crouch, G. (2004): Consumer Psychology of Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure. CABI First


Kenneth, B. (2004): Attitudes toward History, Third Edition. University of California Press.

Liz, M. (2010): A Guide to the South Carolina Law Country. Tourist Town Guides. Channel Lake Publishers.