Editors Dr Nicola de Martini Ugolotti and Dr Jayne Caudwell have a call for chapters for an edited book entitled: Leisure and Forced Migration: Lives Lived in the Asylum System…. »
Posts Tagged: “leisure”
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Ivana Rihova: Consumers as producers: The dimensions of consumer-to-consumer co-creation in the event experience
Researcher: Ivana Rihova Ivana began her tourism studies in her native Czech Republic, completing a degree in Travel and Tourism Management in 2007. After spending her summers working abroad, twice… »
Researcher: Sarah Price My name is Sarah Price and I am an Associate Nutritionist. Originally from Germany, I moved to Bournemouth about 5 years ago, where I studied within the… »
Through £188,000 of funded research, BU’s Dr Philip Alford is uncovering why small tourism organisations have not yet fulfilled their digital marketing potential and is refining techniques to reverse this trend.
In the early 1990s the management of heritage properties tended to be heavily custodial, ignoring the hedonistic aims of most visitors. There was a sense that properties should be respectfully… »
Bournemouth University’s International Centre for Tourism and Hospitality Research has long been at the forefront of research into the effects of new technologies in measuring and driving tourist activity and… »