Centres and groups aligned to this UoA.
At this conference, there will be a session entitled Migrant Leisure Spaces and Community Wellbeing, organised by Professor Janet Dickinson and chaired by Dr Jaeyeon Choe, from the Dept. of... »
At this year’s Leisure Studies Association Conference, Dr Jayne Caudwell and Dr Katherine King will be presenting a paper that draws from a Dorset-based research project that they are involved... »
In a new article Professor Heather Hartwell and Professor Adele Ladkin plus colleagues discuss their findings from an ESRC funded project – Destination FeelGood. The importance of wellbeing is increasingly... »
Professor Adam Blake was invited to review the InterAmerican Development Bank’s Tourism Sector Framework Document at a workshop in Washington D.C. on Tuesday 24th January 2017. In addition to IDB staff,... »
In a new article, Lorraine Brown and Hanna Osman discuss their research on female tourist experiences in Egypt. In recent years, the study of female travel has seen more attention.... »
Professor Stephen Page in the Faculty of Management has just published his 40th book, Event Studies with Routledge, a collaboration with one of the top scholars in the field of events... »
Bournemouth University’s (BU) research has been recognised as world-leading in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF). The REF assesses the quality and impact of research at all UK higher education... »
The internet, and smart technology, have revolutionised the way consumers shop and interact with service providers. From online shopping to keeping up with the latest news, a range of industries... »
In February 2015, Routledge re-released the classic study – Health and the International Tourist in hardback and as an ebook. This was originally published in 1996, edited by Stephen Clift... »
Stephen J Page, Professor of Tourism/Hospitality in the Faculty of Management has just published his 39th book, a 5th edition of his popular colour undergraduate one semester textbook Tourism Management... »
A new book, “Tourism in the Green Economy” (Routledge, 2015), edited by Maharaj Vijay Reddy and Keith Wilkes, demonstrates the important role tourism can play in a green economy, with examples of... »
Professor Dimitirios Buhalis’ latest publication, ‘Trends in European Tourism Planning and Organisation’ introduces a theoretical framework to tourism planning and organisation using a procedural and structural approach. The book identifies... »
Fourth editions of popular books published.
Project promotes healthy eating across Europe.
The Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia aims to have up to 20 cities, towns, and villages signed up to become dementia friendly by 2015. This is an important step in... »
Family Rituals 2.0 is a project funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council under their aim of ‘achieving work/life balance in a digitally dependent world.’ The research seeks... »
Dr Richard Shipway looks at how the UK can continue to reap the benefits of hosting the Olympics
The 6th Sense Transport project explores how mobile technology can improve the use of travel resources and ultimately reduce carbon emissions.
BU’s School of Tourism has been working on way to reduce holidaymakers’ carbon footprint.
Bournemouth University, its staff and students bring more than £1 million a day to the South West region, a new study has revealed. The BU Economic Impact Study 2013 looked... »