Articles by Keyword: Hospitality Research Instrument

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  1. Hospitality and hospitableness

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal:
    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. Hospitality and hospitableness

    Hospitality and hospitableness

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    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...
  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. Mind the gap: researching ‘sustainability in hospitality’ at the edge of academic and industry interests

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    This paper describes the development of the research line ‘sustainability in hospitality’ for Stenden University of Applied Sciences (the Netherlands). To comply with the official requirements for a Dutch university of applied sciences (UAS),a research line should be based on...
  6. Mind the gap: researching ‘sustainability in hospitality’ at the edge of academic and industry interests

    Mind the gap: researching ‘sustainability in hospitality’ at the edge of academic and industry interests

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This paper describes the development of the research line ‘sustainability in hospitality’ for Stenden University of Applied Sciences (the Netherlands). To comply with the official requirements for a Dutch university of applied sciences (UAS), a research line should be based...
  7. Scientific research in hospitality studies in Brazil: challenges to finding a theoretical framework

    Scientific research in hospitality studies in Brazil: challenges to finding a theoretical framework

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This paper seeks to present the systématisation 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...
  8. Future directions for international education and research on hospitality

    Future directions for international education and research on hospitality

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    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,...
  9. Engaging in hospitality and culinary research that makes a difference: The shape of things to come

    Engaging in hospitality and culinary research that makes a difference: The shape of things to come

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Engaging in hospitality research that matters now takes a fresh approach as to how we can contribute to shaping the future of best practices in both hospitality education and management, while engaging with problems worth investigating, and publishing the results...
  10. Pine Provenance Research in South Africa: Promises and Problems

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Forestry Journal
    Provenance research really started with the work of H.L. Duhamel Du Monceau on Pinus sylvestris in the eighteenth century. In South Africa the first properly designed provenance trials were established between 1934 and 1936 with the testing of five races...