Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Centre for Tourism, Hospitality and Events Research"
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ALI, Alisha and FREW, Andrew (2010). ICT - A sustainable approach to sustainable tourism development. Journal of Hospitality Application and Research, 5 (2), 28-58.
ALI, Allisha 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.
ALISHA, Ali, MURPHY, Hilary and NADKARNI, Sanjay (2012). Hospitality students' perceptions of digital tools for learning and sustainable development. In: EuroCHRIE2012, Lausanne, October 25th-27th 2012. (Submitted)
ARAUJO, L. M. and BRAMWELL, B. (2002). Partnership and regional tourism in Brazil. Annals of tourism research, 29 (4), 1138-1164.
BAILEY, R. and BALL, S. (2006). An exploration of the meanings of hotel brand equity. Service industries journal, 26 (1), 15-38.
BALL, S. (2007). Leadership of academics in research. Educational management administration and leadership, 35 (4), p. 449.
BALL, S. and GIAKOUMIS, P. (2003). An empirical analysis of the perceived importance attached to destination and accommodation attributes. Anatolia: an international journal of tourism and hospitality research, 14 (1), 45-78.
BELLE, N. and BRAMWELL, B. (2005). Climate change and small island tourism: policy maker and industry perspectives in Barbados. Journal of travel research, 44 (1), 32-41.
BEST, W., LASHLEY, C. and ROWSON, B. (2007). In-company education: an example of best practice? International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 19 (3), 234-247.
BRAMWELL, B. (2005). Actors, networks and tourism policies. In: BUHALIS, D. and COSTA, C., (eds.) Tourism management dynamics : trends, management and tools. London, Butterworth-Heinemann, 155-163.
BRAMWELL, B. (2006). Actors, power, and discourses of growth limits. Annals of tourism research, 33 (4), 957-978.
BRAMWELL, B. (2007). Complexity, inter-disciplinarity and growth management : the case of Maltese resort tourism. In: AGARWAL, S. and SHAW, G., (eds.) Managing coastal tourism resorts : a global perspective. Clevedon, Channel View, 73-89.
BRAMWELL, B. (2004). Intervention and policy instruments for sustainable tourism. In: THEOBALD, W. F., (ed.) Global tourism. London, Butterworth-Heinemann, 406-425.
BRAMWELL, B. (2003). Maltese responses to tourism. Annals of tourism research, 30 (3), 581-605.
BRAMWELL, B. (2004). Mass tourism, diversification and sustainability in southern Europe's coastal regions. In: BRAMWELL, B., (ed.) Coastal mass tourism. Diversification and sustainable development in southern Europe. Aspects of tourism . Clevedon, Channel View , 1-31.
BRAMWELL, B. (2007). Opening up new spaces in the sustainable tourism debate. Tourism recreation research, 32 (1), 1-9.
BRAMWELL, B. (2004). Partnerships, participation, and social science research in tourism planning. In: LEW, A. A., HALL, C. M. and WILLIAMS, A. M., (eds.) A companion to tourism. Oxford, Blackwell, 541-554.
BRAMWELL, B. (2004). The policy context for tourism and sustainability in southern Europe’s coastal regions. In: BRAMWELL, B., (ed.) Coastal mass tourism. Diversification and sustainable development in southern Europe. Aspects of tourism . Clevedon, Channel View, 32-47.
BRAMWELL, B. and COX, V. (2009). Stage and path dependence approaches to the evolution of a national park tourism partnership. Journal of sustainable tourism, 17 (2), 191-206.
BRAMWELL, B. and LANE, B. (2005). From niche to general relevance? Sustainable tourism, research and the role of tourism journals. Journal of tourism studies, 16 (2), 52-62.
BRAMWELL, B. and MEYER, D. (2007). Power and tourism policy relations in transition. Annals of tourism research, 34 (3), 766-788.
BRAMWELL, B. and POMFRET, G. C. (2007). Planning for lake and lake shore tourism: complexity, coordination and adaptation. Anatolia, 18 (1), 43-66 .
BRAMWELL, Bill (2011). Governance, the state and sustainable tourism: a political economy approach. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 19 (4-5), 459-477.
CHAPERON, Samantha and BRAMWELL, Bill (2013). Dependency and agency in peripheral tourism development. Annals of Tourism Research, 40, 132-154.
CROWTHER, Philip (2011). Marketing event outcomes : from tactical to strategic. International Journal of Event and Festival Management, 2 (1), 68-82.
CROWTHER, Philip (2010). Marketing space : a conceptual framework for marketing events. The Marketing Review, 10 (4), 369-383.
CROWTHER, Philip (2010). Strategic application of events. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 29 (2), 227-235.
CROWTHER, Philip and BEARD, Colin (2008). Events education : the value of ‘real world’ learning. LINK, 20, 35-37.
CROWTHER, Philip and DONLAN, Leah (2011). Value-creation space : the role of events in a service-dominant marketing paradigm. Journal of Marketing Management, 27 (13-14), 1444-1463.
DONLAN, Leah and CROWTHER, Philip (2012). Leveraging sponsorship to achieve consumer relationship objectives through the creation of ‘marketing spaces’: An exploratory study. Journal of Marketing Communications. (In Press)
EGAN, David and COCKILL, Jenny (2012). Enhancing Student learning and development in cooperation with our alumni. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (1), 1-12.
ERSKINE, Louise and MEYER, Dorothea (2012). Influenced and influential: the role of tour operators and development organisations in tourism and poverty reduction in Ecuador. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20 (3), 339-357.
HANSON, Maria (2002). 8 pieces of jewellery exploring containment and suspension. [Show/Exhibition]
HARLOW, S. and POMFRET, G. (2007). Evolving environmental tourism experiences in Zambia. Journal of ecotourism, 6 (3), p. 184.
KNOWLES, T. and EGAN, D. (2002). The changing structure of UK brewing and pub retailing. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 14 (2), 65-71.
KNOWLES, T., TEIXEIRA, R. M. and EGAN, D. (2003). Tourism and hospitality education in Brazil and the UK: a comparison. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 15 (1), 45-51.
KOZAK, M. and NIELD, K. (2001). An overview of benchmarking literature: its strengths and weaknesses. Journal of quality assurance in hospitality and tourism, 2 (3/4), 7-23.
KOZAK, M. and NIELD, K. (2004). The role of quality and eco-labelling systems in destination benchmarking. Journal of sustainable tourism, 12 (2), 138-148.
KRUTWAYSHO, Oratai and BRAMWELL, Bill (2010). Tourism policy implementation and society. Annals of Tourism Research, 37 (3), 670-691.
LASHLEY, C. and ROWSON, B. (2003). Divided by a common business? Franchisor and franchisee relationships in the pub sector. Strategic change, 12 (5), 273-285.
LASHLEY, C. and ROWSON, B. (2005). Getting IT right: exploring information technology in the hospitality curriculum. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 17 (1), 94-105.
LASHLEY, C. and ROWSON, B. (2002). A franchise by any other name? Tenancy arrangements in the pub sector. International journal of hospitality management, 21 (4), 353-369.
MA, S C, MA, S M and ROTHERHAM, Ian (2012). Host residents' perceptions of the impact of the 2009 World Games on Kaohsiung : a longitudinal perspective. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation, 34 (2), 115-135.
MARTIN, E. (2004). Orientations to work and employee turnover. The Hospitality review, 6 (1), 30-36.
MARTIN, E. (2004). Who's kicking whom? Employees' orientations to work. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 16 (3), 182-188.
MARTIN, E. and GARDINER, K. (2007). Exploring the UK hospitality industry and age discrimination. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 19 (4), 309-318.
MARTIN, Emma (2012). Employment relationship in the small firm : revisiting orientations to work. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 31 (4), 1318-1326.
MENSAH-ANSAH, Joseph, MARTIN, Emma and EGAN, David (2011). Tourism trends in Ghana : the accommodation sector. Tourism Analysis, 16 (2), 157-168.
MEYER, D. (2007). Pro-poor tourism: from leakages to linkages. A conceptual framework for creating linkages between the accommodation sector and ‘poor’ neighbouring communities. Current issues in tourism, 10 (6), p. 558.
MEYER, Dorothea (2006). Caribbean tourism, local sourcing and enterprise development : review of the literature. Working Paper. Overseas Development Institute.
MEYER, Dorothea (2010). Changing power relations: foreign direct investment in Zanzibar. In: MOSEDALE, Jan, (ed.) Political Economy of Tourism: A critical perspective. Contemporary geographies of leisure, tourism and mobility . Routledge.
MEYER, Dorothea (2013). Exploring the duality of structure and agency – the changing dependency paradigms of tourism development on the Swahili coast of Kenya and Zanzibar. Current Issues in Tourism. (In Press)
MEYER, Dorothea (2010). Pro-poor tourism - can tourism contribute to poverty reduction in less economically developed countries? In: COLE, Stroma and MORGAN, Nigel, (eds.) Tourism, Inequality and Social Justice. CABI, 164-182.
MEYER, Dorothea (2012). Pro-poor tourism - from leakages to linkages. In: SAARINEN, Jarkko, ROGERSON, Christian and MANWA, Haretsebe, (eds.) Tourism and Millennium Development Goals: Tourism, local communities and development? Taylor and Francis.
MEYER, Dorothea (2009). Pro-poor tourism: is there actually much rhetoric? and, if so, whose? Tourism recreation research, 34 (2).
MEYER, Dorothea (2012). Pro-poor tourism: whose rhetoric? Is there actually much rhetoric? And,if so, whose? In: SINGH, T.V., (ed.) Critical debates in tourism. Aspects of tourism (57). Channel View Publications, 132-136.
MEYER, Dorothea (2004). Tourism routes and gateways : key issues for the development of tourism routes and gateways and their potential for Pro-Poor Tourism. Discussion Paper. Overseas Development Institute.
MEYER, Dorothea (2010). The emergence of the semi-periphery in tourism investment in east Africa. In: MOSEDALE, J, (ed.) Political economy of tourism - a critical perspective. London, Routledge, 157-174.
MUTIMUCIO, Manuel and MEYER, Dorothea (2012). Pro-poor employment and procurement: a tourism value chain analysis of Inhambane Peninsula, Mozambique. In: VAN DER DUIM, Rene, MEYER, Dorothea, SAARINEN, Jarkko and ZELLMER, Katharina, (eds.) New alliances for tourism, conservation and development in Eastern and Southern Africa. Eburon.
NIELD, K. (2004). Questioning the myth of the Chinese learner. International journal of contemporary hospitality management, 16 (3), 189-196.
NIELD, K. (2007). Understanding the Chinese learner: a case study exploration of the notion of the Hong Kong Chinese learner as a rote or strategic learner. Journal of hospitality, leisure, sport and tourism education, 6 (1), 39-48.
NIELD, Kevin (2007). The Chinese distance learner's perception of the teacher/lecturer. International Journal of Learning, 14 (3), 277-284.
NOLAN, Ray and ROTHERHAM, Ian (2012). Volunteer perceptions of an ecotourism experience : a case study of ecotourism to the coral reefs of Southern Negros in the Philippines. Journal of Ecotourism, 11 (3), 153-172.
PALMER, N. J. (2009). Domestic holidaymaking in a Central Asian context: tourism legacies from pre-communist and Soviet times - Lake Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan. In: SINGH, S., (ed.) Domestic tourism in Asia. Diversity and divergence. London, Earthscan, 181-196.
PALMER, N. J. (2006). Economic transition and the struggle for local control in ecotourism development: the case of Kyrgyzstan. Journal of ecotourism, 5 (1+2), p. 40.
PALMER, N. J. (2007). Ethnic equality, national identity and selective cultural representation in tourism promotion: Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia. Journal of sustainable tourism, 15 (6), p. 645.
PALMER, N. J. (2009). Policy intervention, 'enforced' collaboration and sub-regional tourism development - the case of South Yorkshire. In: THOMAS, R., (ed.) Managing regional tourism. A case study of Yorkshire, England. Ilkley, Great Northern Books.
PALMER, Nicola (2008). By Royal Association: British monarchy as a place representation tool. In: Royal Tourism: Excursions Around Monarchy. Tourism and Cultural Change. Clevedon, Channel View Publications, 159-180.
PALMER, Nicola (2008). International Royal Tourist expectations, experiences and reflections on royal encounters: a demand-side perspective. In: Royal Tourism: Excursions around Monrachy. Tourism and Cultural Change. Clevedon, Channel View Publishing.
PALMER, Nicola and MOHAMED, Abdalsalam (2011). Exploring Resource Values, Capital and Criticality in Eco-Cultural Tourism with reference to Libya's Green Mountain. In: ERPBSS Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences, Middlesex University, Dubai, 22nd-24th November, 2011. (Unpublished)
PASTRAS, Pantazis and BRAMWELL, Bill (2013). A strategic-relational approach to tourism policy. Annals of Tourism Research. (In Press)
POMFRET, G. (2006). Mountaineering adventure tourists: a conceptual framework for research. Tourism management, 27 (1), 113-123.
POMFRET, Gill (2011). Package mountaineer tourists holidaying in the French Alps: An evaluation of key influences encouraging their participation. Tourism Management, 32 (3), 501-510.
POMFRET, Gill (2012). Personal emotional journeys associated with adventure activities on personal emotional journeys associated with adventure activities on packaged mountaineering holidays. Tourism Management Perspectives, 4, 145-154.
ROE, Dilys, ASHLEY, Caroline, PAGE, Sheila and MEYER, Dorothea (2004). Tourism and the poor : analysing and interpreting tourism statistics from a poverty perspective. Working Paper. Overseas Development Institute.
ROTHERHAM, I. D., DONCASTER, S. and EGAN, D. (2005). Nature-based leisure and tourism in England’s Humberhead Levels. Current issues in tourism, 8 (2/3), 214-230.
ROWSON, Bill and PALMER, Nicola (2009). The impact of migrant workers on the hospitality labour market: a review. Hospitality Review, 11 (4), 44-51.
SPENCELEY, Anna and MEYER, Dorothea (2012). Tourism and poverty reduction: theory and practice in less economically developed countries. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 20 (3), 297-317.
SWARBROOKE, J., BEARD, C., LECKIE, S. and POMFRET, G. (2003). Adventure tourism : the new frontier. Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann.
THOMPSON, K. and FOSTER, N. (2003). Ecotourism development and government policy in Kyrgyzstan. In: FENNELL, D.A. and DOWLING, R.K., (eds.) Ecotourism policy and planning. Wallingford, CABI, 169-186.
THOMPSON, K., SCHOFIELD, P., FOSTER, N. and BAKIEVA, G. (2006). Kyrgyzstan’s Manas epos millennium celebrations: post-colonial resurgence of Turkic culture and the marketing of cultural tourism. In: PICARD, D. and ROBINSON, M., (eds.) Festivals, tourism and social change. Clevedon, Channel View, 172-190.
TRESIDDER, Richard (2010). Reading food marketing : the semiotics of Marks & Spencer!? International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 30 (9/10), 472-485.
TRESIDDER, Richard (2011). Reading hospitality : the semiotics of Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. Hospitality and Society, 1 (1), 67-84.
TRESIDDER, Richard (2010). What no pasties!? : reading the Cornish tourism brochure. Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 27 (6), 596-611.
TRESIDDER, Richard and HIRST, Craig (2012). Marketing in food, hospitality, tourism and events : a critical approach. Oxford, Goodfellows Publishers.
VAN DER DUIM, Rene, MEYER, Dorothea and SAARINEN, Jarkko (2012). Introduction – new alliances. In: VAN DER DUIM, Rene, MEYER, Dorothea, SAARINEN, Jarkko and ZELLMER, Katharina, (eds.) New Alliances for Tourism, Conservation and Development in Eastern and Southern Africa. Eburon.
WANG, Yi and BRAMWELL, Bill (2012). Heritage protection and tourism development priorities in Hangzhou, China: A political economy and governance perspective. Tourism Management, 33 (4), 988-998.
YAN, H. and BRAMWELL, B. (2008). Cultural tourism, ceremony and the state in China. Annals of tourism research, 35 (4), 969-989.
YUKSEL, F., BRAMWELL, B. and YUKSEL, A. (2005). Centralized and decentralized tourism governance in Turkey. Annals of tourism research, 32 (4), 859-886.