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Festivals and events
Internal / external
13th June 2014
Assignment 2: short paper
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If you can, please insert this completed form into the body of each assignment you submit. Follow the instructions in the Unit Information and Learning Guide about how to submit your file(s) and how to name them, so the Unit Coordinator knows whose work it is.Topic 1IntroductionAs event studies gradually moves ahead, it is sure to have more interaction with leisure, arts, sports, entertainment, media, tourism and hospitality. All of these stated are somehow interlinked to live experiences. When planning an event, it must be planned in detail. Which also means that there are many factors to take into consideration when planning an event. The four main functions ofPlanning an event is form, function, experience, and meaning. Each of its functions has its pros and cons and they are bound to have certain problems associated with them. Every event has its own meaning, its own experience, its own forms and its own functions and any event can implement many functions and promote the same type of experiences.Planned events can be labeled as cultural celebrations where there are events like cultural festivals, and religious rites. And there are...