Brighton Mbilinyi Thesis Presentation available on YouTube

Thesis title: Assessing the role and responsibilities of tour guides in Tanzania

The Master of Arts in Sustainable Leisure Management, in conjunction with our World Leisure Centre of Excellence, would like to congratulate Brighton Mbilinyi, Graduate Student for successfully presenting his research thesis on August 23, 2021.
The recording of the thesis defense is available on Youtube.

Thesis title: Assessing the role and responsibilities of tour guides in Tanzania

Safari tour guides have been identified to play an important role in fostering sustainable tourism. This study explored the roles and responsibilities of safari guides in Northern tourism circuit which act as backbone of tourism in Tanzania.
This research resulted in the development of a new model of safari guiding that highlights the responsibilities of guides, identifies the external factors that influence guides’ behaviours, and the potential outcomes for sustainable tourism. This model extends the work of Cohen (1985) as well as that of Weiler and Black (2019) and Randall and Rollins (2009).

The committee was formed by: 

Dr. Aggie Weighill
Supervisor
Dr. Rick Rollins
Co-Supervisor
Dr. Masuruli Baker Masuruli
External Examiner
ProfessorProfessor EmeritusHead of Wildlife Tourism Department
Vancouver Island UniversityVancouver Island UniversityCollege of African Wildlife Management, Mweka

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