Items where SHU Author is "Ali, Alisha"

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BUSOI, Georgiana, ALI, Alisha and GARDINER, Katherine (2022). Antecedents of emotional labour for holiday representatives: A framework for tourism workers. Tourism Management, 89, p. 104450.

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CHOMITZ, Judith and ALI, Alisha (2022). Exploring toxic personalities in resorts: a managerial perspective. Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality and Tourism, 21 (2).

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GRAHAM, David, ALI, Alisha and TAJEDDINI, Kayhan (2020). Open kitchens: customers' influence on chefs' working practices. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 45, 27-36.

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TAJEDDINI, Kayhan, MARTIN, Emma and ALI, Alisha (2020). Enhancing Hospitality Business Performance: The Role of Entrepreneurial Orientation and Networking Ties in a Dynamic Environment. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 90, p. 102605.

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ALI, Alisha, RASOOLIMANESH, S Mostafa and COBANOGLU, Cihan (2020). Technology in Tourism and Hospitality to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)(Editorial). Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 11 (2), 177-181.

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TOMASELLA, Barbara and ALI, Alisha (2019). The importance of personal values and hospitableness in small foodservice businesses’ social responsibility. Hospitality and Society, 9 (3), 307-329.

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HERSTEIN, Ram, SHAKED, Gilboa, EYAL, Gamliel, BERGER, Ron and ALI, Alisha (2018). The Role of Private Label Brands in Enhancing Service Satisfaction in the Hotel Industry: Comparing Luxury and Boutique Hotels. Services Marketing Quarterly, 39 (2), 140-155.

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ALI, Alisha, MURPHY, Hilary and NADKARNI, Sanjay (2018). Hospitality employers’ perceptions of technology for sustainable development: The implications for graduate employability. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 18 (2), 131-142.

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ALI, Alisha, MURPHY, Hilary and NADKARNI, Sanjay (2017). Sustainable development and hospitality education : employers’ perspectives on the relevance for graduate employability. Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism, 17 (3), 159-172.

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DODDS, Rachel, ALI, Alisha and GALASKI, Kelly (2016). Mobilising Knowledge: Determining key elements for success and pitfalls in developing Community Based Tourism. Current Issues in Tourism, 21 (13), 1547-1568.

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ALI, Alisha and FREW, Andrew J. (2014). ICT for sustainable tourism: a challenging relationship? Information Technology & Tourism, 14 (4), 261-264.

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ALI, Alisha and FREW, Andrew J. (2014). Technology innovation and applications in sustainable destination development. Information Technology & Tourism, 14 (4), 265-290.

ALI, Alisha and SHARMA, Vishal (2014). Can brand personality differentiate fast food restaurants? Research in Hospitality Management, 4 (1/2), 13-19.

ALI, Alisha, MURPHY, Hilary and NADKARNI, Sanjay (2014). Hospitality students' perceptions of digital tools for learning and sustainable development. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sports & Tourism Education, 15, 1-10.

ALI, Alisha and J. FREW, Andrew (2014). ICT and sustainable tourism development: an innovative perspective. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Technology, 5 (1), 2-16.

ALI, Alisha and FREW, Andrew (2010). ICT - A sustainable approach to sustainable tourism development. Journal of Hospitality Application and Research, 5 (2), 28-58.

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ALI, Alisha (2022). Technology for Sustainable Tourism. In: Encyclopedia of Tourism Management and Marketing. Edward Elgar Publishing.

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ALI, Alisha (2021). ICT for Sustainable Tourism Development. In: ZHENG, Xiang, MATTHIAS, Fuchs, ULRIKE, Gretzel and WOLFRAM, Höpken, (eds.) Handbook of E-Tourism. Springer.

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ALI, Alisha and MURRAY, P. (2021). Learning in the workplace: an innovative approach to work experience. In: LÜCK, Michael and LIU, Claire, (eds.) A kaleidoscope of tourism research: Insights from the International Competence Network of Tourism Research and Education (ICNT). Peter Lang Verlag, 19-31.

ALI, Alisha (2015). Theoretical perspectives on destination image. In: BRICKER, Kelly and DONOHOE, Holly, (eds.) The demystifying theories in tourism. Wallingford, Oxfordshire, CABI, 104-117.

EASTHAM, Jane and ALI, Alisha (2013). Procurement in hospitality. In: WOOD, Roy C., (ed.) Key concepts in hospitality management. Sage key concepts . London, Sage, 135-139.

ALI, Alisha and CARSON, Dean (2011). Information and communications technology (ICT) and the challenge of sustainable self-drive tourism. In: PRIDEAUX, Bruce and CARSON, Dean, (eds.) Drive tourism : trends and emerging markets. Advances in tourism . London, Routledge, 124-145.

Monograph

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ALI, Alisha, EGAN, David, HAYNES, Natalie, HOLLAND, Claire and MARTIN, Emma (2020). The Future of Hospitality Management Education. Project Report. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University. (Unpublished)

Authored Book

ALI, Alisha and FREW, A. J. (2013). Information and communication technologies for sustainable tourism. Advances in Tourism . Routledge, 1-224.

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