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Abstract The volume of published tourism literature has grown exponentially over the past forty years, though its content has yet to constitute an established theoretical framework. One common theme has been the proposal of a series of descriptive models which ascribe an evolutionary process to...
Abstract The teaching of tourism at a higher education level has become well established in British universities, but in the UK, as elsewhere in the world, the place of tourism studies within the academic curricula remains uncertain. The paper considers the diversity and complexities of tourism...
Abstract As teachers of both strategic and operational management in tourism/hospitality programs, we constantly stress the importance of research as a means of providing critical information for destination planning and development. At the same time, in our capacity as managers of academic...
Abstract Partnerships between educators and industry professionals can facilitate students' tourism career opportunities. Considering this, a mail-out questionnaire was undertaken to assess the attitudes and perceptions of tourism educators (n = 56) and tourism professionals (n = 100) on tourism...
Abstract This paper conceptualizes the desired skills and qualities of tourism employees and servers and provides insight into the student experience of tourism education and training related to the nurturing of such desired qualities. It is the opinion of the authors, that Albrecht's ‘Spirit of...
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