Outputs

Outputs

  • Out of Chaos, Into a New Identity: The Transformative Power of the International Sojourn more
  • A preliminary assessment of two hospital food service systems using parameters of food safety and consumer opinion more
  • Food safety awareness of older people at home: a pilot study more
  • Tourism education: a comparative study of Brazil and United Kingdom more
  • Catering for health: a review more
  • Stakeholder collaboration and heritage management more
  • Trends affecting the convention industry in the 21st century more
  • The convention industry in Australia and the United Kingdom: Key issues and competitive forces more
  • Exploring relationships between higher education and industry: a case study of a university and the local tourism industry more
  • Career analysis: a case study of hotel general managers in Australia more
  • Collaborative tourism planning: A case study of Cusco, Peru more
  • Total quality management and tourism and hospitality education: the case of Thailand more
  • The impact of capital taxation on UK unquoted companies more
  • Whale-watching in Kaikoura: Sustainable destination development? more
  • Nature, wild animals and tourism: An experiential view more
  • British wildlife tourism operators: Current issues and typologies more
  • Employer travel plans, cycling and gender: Will travel plan measures improve the outlook for cycling to work in the UK? more
  • Journeys to heritage attractions in the UK: A case study of National Trust property visitors in the south west more
  • Travelling to work: will people move out of their cars more
  • Quiet enjoyment in the National Parks of England and Wales: public understanding of the term and its influence on attitudes towards recreational activities more
  • Images of a museum more
  • The tourism workforce and policy: Exploring the assumptions using Crete as the case study more
  • Urban residents' attitudes toward tourism development: The case of Crete more
  • Local transport and social representations: Challenging the assumptions for sustainable tourism more
  • GATS and tourism more

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