Articles by Keyword: Hospitality

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  1. Hospitality and hospitableness

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    Not long after the word hospitality emerged as a collective noun to describe the commercial provision of services associated with accommodation, drinking and eating, some academics began to investigate the meanings of hospitality and hospitableness. Whilst most academic programme provision related to...
  2. Comparative and theoretical framework of Brazilian hospitality studies

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    The purpose of this article is to give a summary of the bibliographical production of the first publications made by the Master’s Programme in Hospitality at the Anhembi Morumbi University, São Paolo, the compilations edited by Célia Maria de Moraes...
  3. Scientific research in hospitality studies in Brazil: challenges to finding a theoretical framework

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    This paper seeks to present the systematisation of information in hospitality studies, as generated by an analysis of 227 dissertations submitted to the Master’s Programme in Hospitality Studies at the University of Anhembi Morumbi, as well as 18 doctoral dissertations...
  4. Future directions for international education and research on hospitality

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    This paper presents considerations about future directions for international education and research in the field of hospitality management. The ideas are presented to provide a closer connection for the hospitality industry on an intellectual basis for doing joint research. Furthermore,...
  5. Interaction in research and the importance of exercising hospitality within the academic environment

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    This article aims to discuss the relevance of the initiative of promoting the scientific event, the Academy of International Hospitality Research Conference 2014, held in Leeuwarden, Netherlands, in November 2014, and of its result – texts presented there were published...
  6. Hospitality in women’s wear retail in São Paulo City

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    This article investigates the relationship between seller and customer in retail women’s wear business in São Paulo, considering hospitality driven strategies adopted by it. It is assumed that in this segment people tend to play different roles according to common...
  7. Snobbery and the triumph of bourgeois values: a speculative analysis of implications for hospitality

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    This is a ‘small’ paper that offers a broad-brush view of the nature of bourgeois values and implications of the same for our understanding of certain aspects of hospitality. The argument is speculative, but assertive. Bourgeois values, it is suggested, are inevitably...
  8. Connecting entrepreneurship and education

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    The aim of this research is to explore the contextual characteristics of a particular group of Dutch restaurant owners, the successful culinary entrepreneurs (SCEs), to examine how these contextual characteristics might be used in a hospitality education. This very small segment of...
  9. The conflict between industry hosts and master’s degree students’ expectations on students entering the hospitality industry

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    This paper reports on a qualitative study that sought to determine Australian industry hosts’ expectations and perceptions of hotel management master’s degree students on their placement in the industry, and the expectations of students when entering industry placement. The empirical dataset for...
  10. Addressing sustainability in hotel management education: designing a curriculum based on input from key stakeholders

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    This paper reports on combining generic reference points that can be distilled from literature with the analysis of 18 face-to-face interviews with relevant stakeholders as input for designing a sustainability course within a (higher education) hotel management curriculum. The train of thought...