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This paper examines the pre- and post-entry attitudes and expectations of university tourism students. A longitudinal study was conducted over three years to determine the degree of “fit” between employment and employee in the tourism industry, an industry often thought of as providing less than...
Tourism education has grown rapidly in the last quarter of the twentieth century. However, the relative youth of the subject area renders the educator's task of developing a curriculum difficult in comparison to more established fields. Educational theory provides a range of approaches to assist...
Food and Beverage Management is the traditional core of hospitality education but, in its laboratory manifestation, has come under increasing pressure in recent years. It is an area that, arguably, presents the greatest challenges in adaptation to contemporary learning technologies but, at the...
In this paper, a new learning package, VONNA(HBP), which provides an interactive and online environment for novices to study and practice hotel budget planning, is introduced. Its design philosophy will be discussed thoughtfully with special focus on how to make use of the multimedia and...
As the ecotourism industry has grown, a diversity of courses have been developed to provide training to meet the needs of the industry. However, the influx of a growing number of graduates into the industry raises questions related to the courses, the industry, and the links between them. To...
TOURISM AND CULTURE AN APPLIED PERSPECTIVE, Erve Chambers (Ed.), 1997, Albany: State University of New York Press, viii + 221 pages. Reviewed by Asiye Tasci.
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