What comes to mind when you think about “job burnout”, “job satisfaction, “retention”, and “turn over”?
Why are all these important in managing health care professionals?
How can nurse executives and nurse managers minimize nurse burnout?
Significant focus has been directed to dark tourism in the recent past since some people are attracted to sites with somber past events. Such areas include apartheid memorials, Civil War battlefields, and genocide sites. However, the use of dark tourism in teaching tourists and influencing their feelings and mentality has not been researched sufficiently. Therefore, there is a need to investigate whether dark tourism can be a learning tool that may be used to influence individuals’ emotions and mentality. Different people have various perceptions on dark tourism since the activity is expected to impact the tourists’ emotional experience and knowledge in varying ways. Emotional experiences are expected to contribute to positive outcomes since they determine how people view life. In a bid to fill the knowledge gap, the current research focuses on the possible use of dark tourism as a teaching tool to improve positive feelings in tourists’ mentality. Personal statement The author chose this topic because he believes that more attention and focus should be directed to enhancing the usage of dark tourism as a teaching tool as well as maximizing the positive feelings in Tourists’ mentality regarding visiting dark tourism sites. Introduction Dark tourism refers to the visiting of sites that are characterized by sorrow. According to Lennon and Hooper (2016), the concept of dark tourism was introduced by Rojek and advanced by Foley and Lennon related, who referred it to as the exploration of areas where deliberate massacres, crimes, assassinations, and disasters had taken place. Therefore, the trips are associated with sad and dismal occurrences such as death. In most cases, people have novice information about some sites. For instance, areas such as Chernobyl, Hiroshima, Killing Fields, and Concentration Camp Auschwitz are known as places that represent significant historical events through documented data (Hartmann, et al., 2018). Majority of the people have never visited such spots to understand what took place by interacting with the preserved memorial. The written details about the events that happened in such locations can only be imagined. However, through dark tourism, the explorers can fulfill their curiosity because they get an opportunity to interact with the reality. An ideal example of the role of dark tourism in educating the people and imparting positive feelings is the black metal music art. People from United States and European regions associate the black metal performance art with anti-Christian motifs and themes, as well as violence (Podoshen, 2013). A study examining how dark tourism impacts the emoti>GET ANSWER