JoHLSTE Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education
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Volume 1 - Number 1, April 2002

                     Number 2, October 2002

 

Volume 2 - Number 1, April 2003

                     Number 2, October 2003

 

Volume 3 - Number 1, May 2004

                     Number 2, November 2004

 

Volume 4 - Number 1, April 2005

                     Number 2, November 2005

 

Volume 5 - Number 1, May 2006

                     Number 2, November 2006

 

Volume 6 - Number 1, May 2007

                     Number 2, November 2007

 

Volume 7 - Number 1, April 2008

                     Number 2, November 2008

 

Volume 8 - Number 1, April 2009

                     Number 2, October 2009

 

Volume 9 - Number 1, April 2010

 


Volume 1, Number 1- April 2002

 

Editorial - John Tribe, Chair of Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Critical Influences on Tourism as a Subject in UK Higher Education: Lecturer Perspectives - Marion Stuart - Canterbury Christ Church University College, UK - (Pages 5 - 18)

Finding the Hospitality Industry - Paul Slattery - Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein, UK - (Pages 19 - 28)

Asynchronous Computer Mediated Conferencing to Support Learning and Teaching: An Action Research Approach - Stuart McGugan - Queen Margaret University College, UK - (Pages 29 - 42)

 

Practice Papers

Online Learning and Teaching in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism: Myths, Opportunities and Challenges - Loykie L. Lominé - King Alfred's College, UK - (Pages 43 - 49)

Web Page Implementation and Cultural Change within a First Year Undergraduate Module - Joanne Batey - King Alfred's College, UK - (Pages 50 - 59)

On Being a Good Teacher - Keith Dewar - Massey University, New Zealand - (Pages 60 - 66)

Peer Assisted Learning in an Undergraduate Hospitality Course: Second Year Students Supporting First Year Students in Group Learning - Stuart Capstick and Hugh Fleming - Bournemouth University, UK - Pages 67 -73)

 

Research Notes

The Ramsden Course Experience Questionnaire: A Pilot Study of Final-Year Students Taking Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Degree Courses - Nina Downie and Ida Möller - Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Network, UK - (Pages 74 - 78)

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Volume 1, Number 2 - October 2002


Editorial - John Tribe, Chair of Editorial Board

Academic Papers

University Hospitality Education for International Management: A Case of Wasted Opportunities? - Diane Seymour and Panikkos Constanti - Oxford Brookes University, UK - (Pages 3 - 13)

Linking Learning Style Preferences and Ethnicity: International Students Studying Hospitality and Tourism Management in Australia - Paul Barron and Charles Arcodia - The University of Queensland, Australia - (Pages 14 - 26)

The Evolution of Internet Pedagogy: Benefits for Tourism and Hospitality Education - Marianna Sigala - University of Strathclyde, UK - (Pages 27 - 42)

Development of a Measure of Self-Efficacy Specific to Statistics Courses in Sport - Andrew M. Lane - University of Wolverhampton, UK - Ross Hall - University of Glamorgan, UK - John Lane - Middlesex University, UK - (Pages 43 - 52)

 

Practice Papers

Reflections of an Education Professional - Becky Warrior - York St John College, UK - (Pages 53 - 59)

Observations on a Year of Using the Wolverhampton On-Line Learning Framework (WOLF) - Ross Hall - University of Glamorgan, UK - (Pages 60 - 65)

 

Research Notes

"People May Finally Realise Just How Important We Are": New Zealand Student Perceptions of Future Career Opportunities in the Tourism Industry Following the Events of September 11, 2001 - David Timothy Duval and C. Michael Hall - University of Otago, New Zealand - (Pages 66- 71)

 

Perspectives

Tourism Studies and Research Quality Assessment in UK Universities - David Botterill - University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK - (Pages 72 - 75)

 

Comments and Rejoinders

Finding the Hospitality Industry (A Response to Paul Slattery) - Bob Brotherton - Manchester Metropolitan University, UK - (Pages 76 - 79)

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Volume 2, Number 1 - April 2003

 

Editorial: The Future of Higher Education in Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism - John Tribe, Chair of Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Applications of Role-Playing in Tourism Management Teaching: An Evaluation of a Learning Method - E. Kate Armstrong - University of Canberra, Australia - (Pages 5 - 16)

Evaluating the 'Student Experience': An Approach to Managing and Enhancing Quality in Higher Education - Maureen Brookes - Oxford Brookes University, UK - (Pages 17 - 26)

Delivering Higher Quality: A Comparative Study of Lecturers' Perceptions and QAA Subject Review in Tourism - John Tribe - Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, UK - (Pages 27 - 47)

The Purpose of Undergraduate Tourism Programmes in the United Kingdom - Marion Stuart-Hoyle - Canterbury Christ Church University College, UK - (Pages 48 - 75)

Virtual Learning Environments in Hospitality, Leisure, Tourism and Sport: A Review - Claire Haven and David Botterill - University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, UK - (Pages 76 - 93)

Exploring Engendered Education and Research: Adapting Models from the Sociology of Education for Leisure, Sport and Tourism in Higher Education - Cara C. Aitchison - University of Gloucestershire, UK - (Pages 94 - 105)

 

Practice Papers

Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism in Higher Education in France - Loykie L. Lominé - King Alfred´s College, UK - (Pages 106 - 113)

 

Research Notes

Prediction of Postgraduate Performance from Self-Efficacy, Class of Degree and Cognitive Ability Test Scores - John Lane - Middlesex University, UK - Andrew Lane - University of Wolverhampton, UK - Tracey Cockerton - Middlesex University, UK - (Pages 114 -119)

 

Comments and Rejoinders

Finding the Hospitality Industry (Slattery's reply to Brotherton) - Paul Slattery - Otus & Co, UK - (Pages 120 -121)

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Volume 2, Number 2 - October 2003

 

Editorial - John Tribe, Chair of Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Andragogy and the Socratic Method: The Adult Learner Perspective - Alexandros Paraskevas - Oxford Brookes University, UK - Dr Eugenia Wickens - Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College, UK - (Pages 4 - 14)

How Useful are Course Websites? A Study of Students' Perceptions - Yu-Fai Leung - North Carolina State University, USA - Mark I. Ivy - Middle Tennessee State University, USA - (Pages 15 - 25)

Global Tourism Careers? Opportunities and Dilemmas Facing Higher Education in Tourism - Anne-Mette Hjalager - Advance/1 , Denmark - (Pages 26 -38)

 

Practice Papers

Development of a Mentoring System within Coaching Practice - Christine Nash - University of Abertay Dundee, UK - (Pages 39 - 47)

The Concept of Sustainable Tourism within the Higher Education Curriculum: A British Case Study - Graham Busby - University of Plymouth, UK - (Pages 48 - 58)

 

Research Notes

Self-efficacy and Dissertation Performance Among Sport Students - Andrew M. Lane - University of Wolverhampton, UK - Tracey J. Devonport - University of Wolverhampton, UK - Karen E. Milton - University of Wolverhampton, UK - Laura C. Williams - University of Wolverhampton, UK - (Pages 59 - 66)

 

Comments and Rejoinders

Finding the Hospitality Industry - A Final Response to Slattery? - Bob Brotherton - Manchester Metropolitan University, UK - (Pages 67 - 70)

 

Perspectives

The Uses and Potential Abuses of Postgraduate Research Students in Undergraduate Teaching - the Need for a Code of Practice - Ian Henry - Loughborough University, UK - (Pages 71 - 74)

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Volume 3, Number 1 - May 2004

 

Editorial: The 4Ps of Research: Practice, Policy, Principles and Positioning - John Tribe, Chair of Editorial Board

Academic Papers

A Review of Factors which Contribute to the Internationalisation of a Programme of Study - Kathryn Black - University of Oxford, UK - (Pages 5 - 18)

Undergraduate Research Projects and Dissertations: issues of topic selection, access and data collection amongst tourism management students - Rachel A. I'Anson - Springboard, UK - Karen A. Smith - Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand - (Pages 19 - 32)

Finding the Hospitality Industry? Or Finding Hospitality Schools of Thought? - Peter Jones - University of Surrey, UK - (Pages 33 - 45)

 

Practice Papers

The Teaching-Research Nexus in a Sports History Module - Martin Johnes - St Martin's College, UK - (Pages 46 - 51)

‘Carry on Talking': Developing ways to enhance students' use of online discussion forums - Crispin Dale - University of Wolverhampton, UK - Andrew M. Lane - University of Wolverhampton, UK - (Pages 52 - 58)

Feedback on feedback! Encouraging students to read feedback: a University of Gloucestershire case study - John Buswell - University of Gloucestershire, UK - Nic Matthews - University of Gloucestershire, UK - (Pages 59 - 65)

 

Comments and Rejoinders

Finding the Hospitality Industry: A Response to Brotherton and Slattery - Peter Jones - University of Surrey, UK - (Pages 66 - 67)

 

Perspectives

Extracts from the ATHE Response to the Consultation Document ‘RAE 02/2004: Panel Configuration and Recruitment' for the UK Research Assessment Exercise 2008 - John Tribe - Buckinghamshire Chilterns  - University College, UK - (Pages 68 - 72)

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Volume 3, Number 2 - November 2004

 

Editorial: Business as usual? - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

What is Exercise Science? - Andy Smith - York St John College, UK - (Pages 5 - 14)

Putting it into Words: Experience-Based Writing and Pedagogy - Dennis Hemphill - Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia - (Pages 15 - 24)

Self-Efficacy and Research Methods - Andrew M. Lane, Tracey J. Devonport and Andrew Horrell - University of Wolverhampton, UK - (Pages 25 - 37)

 

Practice Papers

'Professional' Sport Management Education and Practice in Australia - Aaron C.T. Smith and Hans M. Westerbeek - La Trobe University, Australia - (Pages 38 - 45)

Learning Outcomes in Higher Education: Implications for Curriculum Design and Student Learning - Angela Maher - Oxford Brookes University, UK - (Pages 46 - 54)

 

Research Papers

Producing Graduates for the Tourism Industry in Greece: a Case Study - Polixeni Moira, Dimitris Milonopoulos and Sophia Anastasiou - Technological Educational Institute of Epirus Igoumenitsa, Greece - (Pages 55 - 60)

Exploring the Relationship between Quality Assurance Agency Grades and Research Assessment Exercise Scores for Sport-Related Subjects - Andrew M. Lane - University of Wolverhampton, UK - (Pages 61 - 65)

 

Educational Resource Reviews

Review of www.altis.ac.uk - Pat McCarthy - University of Wolverhampton, UK - (Pages 66 - 67)

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Volume 4, Number 1 - April 2005

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Oral Examination Assessment Practices: Effectiveness and Change with a First Year Undergraduate Cohort - Ben Oakley and Clare Hencken - University of Portsmouth, UK - (Pages 3 - 14)

Learning Technology and its Potential to Support Student Placements in Hospitality and Tourism Education - Stuart McGugan - Higher Education Academy Network for Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism,  - UK - Susi Peacock - Queen Margaret University College, UK - (Pages 15 - 29)

Leisure Studies as a Teaching Object - David Harris - College of St Mark and St John, UK - (Pages 30 - 40)

 

Practice Papers

Cooperative Education in Sport: Building Our Knowledge Base - Jenny Fleming - Auckland University of Technology, NZ - Lesley Ferkins - Unitec, NZ - (Pages 41 - 47)

Designing Personal Development Modules for Leisure Studies: a Discussion of the Adoption of Flexible Teaching and Learning Approaches - Ian Gilhespy - College of St Mark and St John, UK - (Pages 48 - 52)

Early Mornings and Apprehension: Active Learning in Lectures - Dave Elliott - St Martin's College, UK - (Pages 53 - 58)

 

Comments and Rejoinders

Response to Review of www.altis.ac.uk - Steve Hewett - Altis, University of Birmingham, UK - (Pages 59 - 60)

 

Educational Resource Review

Research Methods - Andrew Adams - Southampton Institute, UK - (Pages 61 - 63)

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Volume 4, Number 2 - November 2005

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Rationalising a Tourism Curriculum for Sustainable Tourism Development in Small Island States: A Stakeholder Perspective - Acolla Lewis - University of the West Indies, Trinidad - (Pages 4 - 15)

Students' Perceptions of Leisure, Leisure Professionals and the Professional Body of Knowledge - Mary Greenwood Parr - Kent State University, USA - Brett D. Lashua - University of Cardiff, UK - (Pages 16 - 26)

Quantity Food Production Management: Interactive CD-ROM vs. Lecture Methods of Instruction - Jammie Price - Appalachian State University, USA - Kimberly Smith Lukhard - East Carolina University, USA -

Rose Tindall Postel - East Carolina University, USA - (Pages 27 - 35)

 

Practice Papers

Chinese International Students' Perceptions of the Problem-Based Learning Experience - Rong Huang - University of Plymouth, UK - (Pages 36 - 43)

An Exploratory Study: Students' Perceptions of Academic Faculty and Industry Practitioner Instructions - Soo K. Kang - Colorado State University, USA - Chi-Mei Emily Wu - Fu Jen Catholic University, Taiwan - Rebecca Gould - Kansas State University, USA - (Pages 44 - 53)

 

Research Notes

The Provision of Postgraduate Taught Lectures and Seminars in Support of PhD Education at Brunel University: Student Perception and Alignment with Official Academic Guidelines - Richard J. Godfrey - Brunel University, UK - (Pages 54 - 65)

 

Educational Resource Review

Sport and Society - John Harris - Kent State University, USA - (Pages 66 - 67)

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Volume 5, Number 1 - May 2006

 

Editorial  - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

An evaluation of the language skills in Scottish hotels - Andrew Martin and Sylvie Davies - The Robert Gordon University, Garthdee Campus, Aberdeen, AB10 7QG. UK. - (Pages 4 - 15)

Education and Opportunity as Influences on Career Development: Findings from a Preliminary Study in Eastern Australian Tourism - Helen Ayres - Programme Director, Tourism Programme, University of Canberra, Canberra, ACT, 2601 - (Pages 16 - 27)

Student Perceptions of Research in Teaching-led Higher Education - Martin Johnes - History Department, Swansea University, Swansea, SA2 8PP - (Pages 28 - 40)

 

Practice Papers

Using Webquest to Support Learning with Technology in Higher Education - Ahmed Hassanien - Event and Venue Management, School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure,  - University of Wolverhampton, Gorway Road, Walsall WS1 3BD. UK. - (Pages 41 - 49)

Using problem-based learning in sports related courses: An overview of module development and student responses in an undergraduate Sports Studies module - Michael J Duncan and Yahya Al-Nakeeb - Department of Physical Education and Sports Studies, Newman College of Higher Education, Bartley Green, Birmingham, United Kingdom, B32 3NT - (Pages 50 - 57)

Developing a Learning Environment Conducive to Active Learning and Participation: Group Presentations and Formative Assessment at Level One - Jon Dart - Department of Sport, Health, Leisure and Nutrition, Trinity and All Saints College, Horsforth, Leeds. LS18 5HD. UK. - (Pages 58 - 65)

Reflecting upon Curriculum Change in Sports Studies: Developing a Research Methodologies Unit - John Harris - School of Exercise, Leisure and Sport, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio 44242, US - (Pages 66 - 70)

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Volume 5, Number 2 - November 2006

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Listening, Understanding and Responding to Leisure and Tourism Undergraduates - Eugenia Wickens, Alastair Forbes, Buckingham Chilterns University College,  - Kingshill Road, High Wycombe, Bucks HP13 5BB - John Tribe, The University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey GU2 7XH - (Pages 4 - 13)

Stakeholder Informed Tourism Education: Voices from the Caribbean - Acolla Lewis, Department of Management Studies, University of West Indies, St Augustine, Trinidad, West Indies - (Pages 14 - 24)

Rethinking Tourism Education: What Should Schools Teach? - Yuka Inui, Daniel Wheeler and Samuel Lankford, University of Iowa, School of Health, Physical Education and Leisure, 1227 West 27th Street, Cedar Falls, IA 50614, USA. - (Pages 25 - 35)

Making the Case for Entrepreneurship: A Survey of Small Business Management Courses within Hospitality and Tourism Programmes - Michael G. Brizek, International Institute for Foodservice Research and Education, School of Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management, University of South Carolina, Carolina Coliseum, Columbia, SC 29208, USA - Ali A. Poorani, Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management, University of Delaware, Raub Hall, 14 West Main Street, Newark, DE 19716, USA - (Pages 36 - 47)

I Like Your Style: The Learning Approaches of Leisure, Tourism and Hospitality Students Studying Generic Modules - Crispin Dale and Pat McCarthy, School of Sport, Performing Arts, and Leisure, University of Wolverhampton, Gorway Road, Walsall, WSI 3BD - (Pages 48 - 58)

Numeracy and literacy in sports studies students: barriers to skills development - Robert Wilson, Trevor Hassall and John Joyce, Sheffield Hallam University, Collegiate Hall, Collegiate Crescent, Sheffield, S10 2BP - Mark Piekarz, The University of Worcester, Henwick Grove, Worcester, WR2 6AJ - José Luis Arquero Montaño, Universidad de Sevilla, C/ S. Fernando, 4, C.P. 41004-Sevilla, Spain. - (Pages 59 - 70)

 

Practice Papers

The Status of Visual Data in Research Methods Textbooks for Sport and Leisure Programmes - Ian Gilhespy, College of St Mark and St John, Plymouth - (Pages 71 - 76)

Breaking Bones: Animating the Biomechanics of Sport Injury - Rob Laycock, Andy Smith and Andreas Liefeith, York St John   University, Lord Mayor's Walk, York, YO31 7EX. - (Pages 77 - 82)

 

Research Notes

An Analysis of Blogs as a Teaching Tool as Perceived by Hospitality Management Students - Cihan Cobanoglu, University of Delaware, Newark, USA - (Pages 83 - 88)

 

Perspectives and Comments

From Education to Application: Sport and Exercise Sciences Courses in the Preparation of Applied Sport Scientists - Andrew M Lane, School of Sport, Performing Arts, and Leisure, University of Wolverhampton, Gorway Road, Walsall, WSI 3BD - Gregory P Whyte, Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Science, Liverpool John Moores University, Truman Street, Liverpool, L3 2ET - (Pages 89 - 93)

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Volume 6, Number 1 - May 2007

 

Editorial  - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Career Perceptions of Undergraduate Tourism Students: A Case Study in Turkey - Sevgin Akis Roney, School of Applied Disciplines , Department of Tourism Administration, Bogaziçi University , Hisar Campus, Bebek 34342, Istanbul , Turkey - Perin Öztin, School of Applied Technology and Management, Tourism and Hotel Management Department, Bilkent University , Bilkent 06800, Ankara , Turkey - (Pages 4 - 17)

Effective Use of Simulations in Hospitality Management Education - A Case Study - Johan Edelheim, Southern Cross University , Hogbin Drive, Coffs Harbour , NSW 2450, Australia - Daisuke Ueda, International College of Management Sydney , 151 Darley Road , Manly, NSW 2095, Australia - (Pages 18 - 28)

‘A Challenging But Worthwhile Learning Experience!' - Asian International Students' Perspective of Undertaking a Dissertation in the UK - Rong Huang, Lecturer in Tourism Marketing, Plymouth Business School, University of Plymouth, Cookworthy, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA - (Pages 29 - 38)

Understanding the Chinese Learner: A Case Study Exploration of the Notion of the Hong Kong Chinese Learner as a Rote or Strategic Learner - Kevin Nield, Teaching Fellow and Faculty Learning, Teaching and Assessment Co-ordinator, Sheffield Hallam University, City Campus, Pond Street, Sheffield, S1 1WB - (Pages 39 - 48)

 

Practice Papers

Strategies for Using Podcasting to Support Student Learning - Crispin Dale, School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure, University of Wolverhampton , Gorway Road , Walsall, West Midlands , WS12 4TB - (Pages 49 - 57)

Importance of Visual Images in Lectures: Case Study on Tourism Management Students - Shobana Nair Keegan, Department of Food and Tourism Management, Hollings Faculty, Old Hall Lane , Manchester M14 6HR - (Pages 58 - 65)

An Industry Partnerships Approach to Tourism Education - David Solnet, Richard Robinson and Chris Cooper, School of Tourism, Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, The University of Queensland, 11 Salisbury Rd, Ipswich 4305 QLD, Australia - (Pages 66 - 70)

‘You have to do it rather than being in a class and just listening.' The Impact of Problem-Based Learning on the Student Experience in Sports and Exercise Biomechanics - Michael Duncan (m.j.duncan@newman.ac.uk ), Mark Lyons (m.lyons@newman.ac.uk ) and Yahya Al-Nakeeb (y.al-nakeeb@newman.ac.uk ), Department of Physical Education and Sports Studies, Newman College of Higher Education, Bartley Green, Birmingham, B32 3NT - (Pages 71 - 80)

 

Research Note

Ecotourism: A Perspective from Thai Youths - Aswin Sangpikul, Department of Tourism and Hotel Management, Dhurakij Pundit University , Bangkok , Thailand - Ardash Batra, Graduate School of Business, MBA - Tourism, Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand - (Pages 81 - 85)

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Volume 6 Number 2 - November 2007

 

Editorial: Reputation, Reputation, Reputation  - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Towards a Theory of e-Learning: Experiential Learning - Colin Beard, Faculty of Organisation and Management, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield S1 1WB - John P. Wilson, Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TN - Richard McCarter, Faculty of Development and Society, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield S1 1WB - (Pages 3 - 15)

Approaches to Studying, Academic Achievement and Autonomy, in Higher Education Sports Students - Derek Peters and Gareth Jones, School of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Worcester, Henwick Grove, Worcester WR2 6AJ - John Peters, Learning and Teaching Centre, University of Worcester,  - Henwick Grove, Worcester WR2 6AJ - (Pages 16 - 28)

Part-time Work and Postgraduate Students: Developing the Skills for Employment? - Emma Martin, Centre for International Hospitality Management Research,  - Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Street, Sheffield S1 1WB - Scott McCabe, Christel DeHaan Tourism and Travel Research Institute, Nottingham University Business School, Jubilee Campus, Wollaton Road, Nottingham NG8 1BB - (Pages 29 - 40)

Hospitality and Tourism Students' Part-time Employment: Patterns, Benefits and Recognition - Paul Barron, School of Marketing, Tourism and Languages, Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus, Edinburgh EH14 1DJ - (Pages 41 - 54)

Service Quality in Higher Education: The Experience of Overseas Students - Maria Pereda (deceased) - David Airey and Marion Bennett, Faculty of Management and Law, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH - (Pages 55 - 67)

Is the Bologna Process Globalizing Tourism Education? - Ana Maria Munar, CEUS School of Business, Vestensborg Allé 78, 4800 Nykøbing Falster, Denmark - (Pages 68 - 82)

 

Practice Papers

A Foundation Degree Uncovered: Packaging a Realistic Programme in Response to the Widening Participation Agenda  - Marion Stuart-Hoyle, Department of Sport Science, Tourism and Leisure, Canterbury Christ Church University, North Holmes Road, Canterbury Kent CT1 1QU - (Pages 83 - 91)

Activist, Pragmatist, Reflector or Theorist? In Search of Postgraduate Learning Styles in Tourism and Hospitality Education - Rong Huang and Graham Busby, University of Plymouth, Plymouth Business School, Plymouth, Devon PL4 8AA - (Pages 92 - 99)

A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing? An Analysis of Student Engagement with Virtual Learning Environments  - Crispin Dale and Andrew Lane, School of Sport, Performing Arts and Leisure, University of Wolverhampton, Gorway Road, Walsall, West Midlands WS12 4TB - (Pages 100 - 108)

Developing Intercultural Communication: A University Project  - Steve Butts, Faculty of Social Science and Business, University of Plymouth, Cookworthy 232a, Plymouth PL4 8AA  - (Pages 109 - 114)

Facilitating Reflective Learning Journeys in Sport Co-operative Education - Jenny Fleming, Division of Sport and Recreation, AUT University, Private Bag 92006, Auckland 1020, New Zealand - Andy Martin, Department of Management, Massey University, Private Bag 11222, Palmerston North, New Zealand - (Pages 115 - 121)

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Volume 7 Number 1 - April 2008

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Recreation student attitudes towards persons with disabilities: considerations for future service delivery - Tara L Perry and Mark Ivy Middle Tennessee State University, Department of Health and Performance, Box 96, Murfreesboro, TN 37132, USA. Allyson Conner Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Division of Hydropower Licensing, 888 First Street, NE Washington, DC 20426, USADawn Shelar Middle Tennessee State University, Department of Health and Performance, Box 96, Murfreesboro, TN 37132, USA - (Pages 4-14)

An investigation into the tourism and hospitality scholarly activity currently being undertaken in Irish higher education institutions - Noëlle O'Connor Department of Humanities, School of Business and Humanities, Limerick Institute of Technology, Moylish Park, Limerick, Ireland. Tom Baum Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, University of Strathclyde, 16 Richmond Street, Glasgow G1 1XQ, Scotland - (Pages 15-23)

Creating a level playing field: a study of the admission and experiences of different groups on a university sport management course - Seema Patel School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University, Clifton Campus, Clifton Lane, Nottingham NG11 8NS, UK - (Pages 24-33)

Using Mode 2 soft systems methodology in the teaching and assessment of the ‘practical' content in undergraduate hospitality degrees - Mike Turner University of Plymouth, Plymouth Business School, Drake Circus, Plymouth BL4 8AA, UK - (Pages 34-44)

Perceptions of hospitality and tourism students towards study motivations and preferences: a study of Hong Kong students - Myong Jae Lee The Collins College of Hospitality Management, California State Polytechnic University, 3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona, CA91768, USA - Samuel Seongseop Kim Department of Hospitality and Tourism Management, Sejong University, Seoul, Korea - Ada Lo School of Hotel and Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong - (Pages 45-58)

 

Practice Papers

Tourism education: a strategic analysis model - Amparo Cervera-Taulet and María-Eugenia Ruiz-Molina University of Valencia, Department of Marketing, Avda. Naranjos, s/n, 46022 Valencia, Spain - (Pages 59-70)

Applying communication technology: introducing email and instant messaging in the hospitality curriculum - Amy Newman and Judi Brownell School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA - (Pages 71-76)

An investigation to evaluate the websites of tourism departments of universities in Turkey - Mehmet Kasli Gönen Vocational High School, The University of Balikesir, Babayaka Köyü, Gönen, Balikesir, Turkey - Cevdet Avcikurt The School of Tourism and Hotel Management, The University of Balikesir, Çağış Campus, Balikesir, Turkey (Pages 77-92)

Learning to be a sport and exercise ‘scientist': evaluations and reflections on laboratory-based learning and assessment - James P Morton Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences, Liverpool John Moores University, 15-21 Webster Street, Liverpool L3 2ET, UK - (Pages 93-100)

 

Perspectives

In search of a mature subject? - David Airey School of Management, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH, UK (Pages 101-103)

 

Educational Resource Review

The Olympic Games - Alistair Williams The Hospitality College, Johnson & Wales University, Charlotte Campus, NC 28202, USA - Andrew Bradley Department of Leisure, Tourism and Hospitality, University of Gloucestershire, The Park, Cheltenham, GL50 2RH - Konstantinos Zervas Leeds Metropolitan University, Civic Quarter, Leeds, LS1 3HE, UK (Pages 104-108)

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Volume 7 Number 2 - November 2008

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Recreation student attitudes towards persons with disabilities: considerations for future service delivery - Tara L Perry and Mark Ivy Middle Tennessee State University - Allyson Conner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission - Dawn Shelar Middle Tennessee State University - (Pages 4 - 14)

An investigation into the tourism and hospitality scholarly activity currently being undertaken in Irish higher education institutions - Noëlle O'Connor, Limerick Institute of Technology - Tom Baum, University of Strathclyde - (Pages 15 - 23)

Creating a level playing field: a study of the admission and experiences of different groups on a university sport management course - Seema Patel School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University - (Pages 24 - 33)

Using Mode 2 soft systems methodology in the teaching and assessment of the ‘practical' content in undergraduate hospitality degrees - Mike Turner, University of Plymouth - (Pages 34 - 44)

Perceptions of hospitality and tourism students towards study motivations and preferences: a study of Hong Kong students - Myong Jae Lee, California State Polytechnic University - Samuel Seongseop Kim, Sejong University - Ada Lo, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University - (Pages 45 - 58)

 

Practice Papers

Tourism education: a strategic analysis model - Amparo Cervera-Taulet and María-Eugenia Ruiz-Molina, University of Valencia - (Pages 59 - 70)

Applying communication technology: introducing email and instant messaging in the hospitality curriculum - Amy Newman and Judi Brownell, Cornell University - (Pages 71 - 76)

An investigation to evaluate the websites of tourism departments of universities in Turkey - Mehmet Kasli, The University of Balikesir - Cevdet Avcikurt, The University of Balikesir - (Pages 77 - 92)

Learning to be a sport and exercise ‘scientist': evaluations and reflections on laboratory-based learning and assessment - James P Morton, Liverpool John Moores University - (Pages 93 - 100)

 

Perspectives

In search of a mature subject? - David Airey, University of Surrey - (Pages 101 - 103)

 

Educational Resource Review

The Olympic Games - Alistair Williams, Johnson & Wales University - Andrew Bradley, University of Gloucestershire - Konstantinos Zervas, Leeds Metropolitan University - (Pages 104 - 108)

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Volume 8 Number 1 - April 2009

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Ediorial Board

Academic Papers

'Tourism jobs - short lived professions': Student Attitudes towards tourism careers in China - Bingli Jiang and John Tribe, University of Surrey - (Pages 4 -19)

Building reflective practitioners on business programmes: An action research study - Nick Johns, Bournemouth University - Judy Henwood, CTF Consultants - (Pages 20 - 36)

Evaluating the quality of undergraduate hospitality, tourism and leisure programmes - Jeou-Shyan Horng, National Taiwan Normal University - Chih-Ching Teng, Fu-Jen Catholic University - Tom Baum, University of Strathclyde - (Pages 37 - 54)

Reassessing the core of hospitality management education: The continuing importance of training restaurants - Matthew Alexander and Paul Lynch, University of Strathclyde - Rowena Murray, University of Strathclyde - (Pages 55 - 69)

Generic competences and tourism graduates - Ana María Munar TCM, Copenhagen Business School - Juan J Montaño, University of the Balearic Islands - (Pages 70 - 84)

 

Practice Papers

Good, bad and insufficient: Students' expectations, perceptions and uses of feedback - Kirsten Holmes, Curtin University - Georgios Papageorgiou, The Swiss Business School for Hotel and Tourism Management Education in Greece - (Pages 85 - 96)

Seeing is believing: Using film for teaching issues of diversity in sport - Jason Lee and Jennifer Kane, University of North Florida - Dan Drane, University of Southern Mississippi - Richard Kane, Duval County Public Schools - (Pages 97 - 107)

Review of tutor feedback during undergraduate dissertations: A case study - Claire Mills and Nic Matthews, University of Gloucestershire - (Pages 108 - 116)

An evaluation of learner-generated content and podcasting - Crispin Dale and Ghislane Povey, University of Wolverhampton - (Pages 117 - 123)

 

Perspectives

Assessment standards: A potential role for Subject Networks - Chris Rust, Oxford Brookes University - (Pages 124 - 128)

 

Educational Resource Review

Educational Resource Review - Ben Walmsley and Keith Johnson, Leeds Metropolitan University - (Pages 129 - 136)

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Volume 8 Number 2 - October 2009

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Choosing texts for today's students: Do they understand the language? - Alison Kirkness and Lindsay Neill, Auckland University of Technology - (Pages 4-16)

Student investment in a research methods course: The influence of achievement goals on motivataional patterns - Howard Hall and Andrew Hill, York St John University - Paul Appleton, University of Birmingham - Stephen Kozub, University of Bedfordshire - (Pages 17-33)

The impact of creative culinary curriculum on creative culinary process and performance - Jeou-Shyan Horng, Jinwen University of Science and Technology - Meng-Lei Hu, Jinwen University of Science and Technology - (Pages 34 - 46)

The value of staying connected with technology: An analysis exploring the impact of using a course management system on student learning -Wanda M Costen, University of Tennessee - (Pages 47 - 59)

A comparison of student and industry perceptions of the event management curriculum in Korea - Kyong Mo Lee, Kyonggi University - Myong Jae Lee, California State Polytechnic University - Hee Jung Kim, Kyonggi University - (Pages 60 - 73)

How decision strategies and school-based pull factors associate with students' choice of tourism schools - Metin Kozak and Yesim Cosar, Mugla University - (Pages 74 - 82)

Course design in sport management education: Addressing students' perspectives through conjoint methodology - Doyeon Won, University of Georgia - Gonzalo A Bravo, West Virginia University - (Pages 83 - 96)

 

Practice Papers

Career path profiles of general managers of Korean super deluxe hotels and factors influencing their career development: Vocational insights for HTM students and hotel employees -Samuel Seongseop Kim, Sejong University - Hejin Chun, Hanyang Cyber University - James F Petrick, Texas A&M University - (Pages 97 - 116)

Enhancing the student experience by embedding personal tutoring in the curriculum - Nancy Stevenson, University of Westminster - (Pages 117 - 122)

"It was a great day when...": An exploratory case study of reflective learning through storytelling - Angela Tomkins, University of Gloucestershire - (Pages 123 - 131)

Issues in the development of an inclusive curriculum: Listening to student voices in the evaluation of reusable learning objects in the subject area of sport, leisure and outdoor adventure - Ian Gilhespy, University College Plymouth - (Pages 132 - 142)

 

Research Notes

An examination of the changing profile of sport science students and the impact on degree outcome - Glyn Howatson, Northumbria University - Paul Dancy, St Mary's University College - (Pages 143 - 147)

E-learning in tourism and hospitality: A map - Lorenzo Cantoni, Università della Svizzera italiana (University of Lugano) - (Pages 148- 156)

 

Educational Resource Reviews

Educational Resource Reviews - Gill Rowell, Jude Carroll, Erica Morris and Stephanie Jameson - (Pages 157 - 166)

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Volume 9 Number 1 - April 2010

 

Editorial - John Tribe - Chair of the Editorial Board

Academic Papers

Tourism and hospitality internship experiences overseas: A British perspective - Graham D Busby and Philip Gibson, University of Plymouth - (Pages 4 - 12)

The effect of burnout on engagement: An empirical study on tourism students - Orhan Uludağ and Hüseyin Yaratan, Eastern Mediterranean University - (Pages 13 - 23)

Facilitating and integrating learning within sport studies cooperative education: Exploring the pedagogies employed by students, academics and workplace supervisors - Andrew Martin, Massey University - Jenny Fleming, AUT University, Lesley Ferkins, Deakin University - Cindy Wiersma, AUT University - Richard Coll, University of Waikato - (Pages 24 - 38)

Tourism technology training for destination marketing organisations (DMOs): Need-based content development - Byeong Cheol Lee, and Bruce Wicks, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - (Pages 39 - 52)

An evaluation of the impact of formative feedback podcasts on the student learning experience - Maureen Brookes, Oxford Brookes University - (Pages 53 - 64)

 

Practice Papers

Discovering culinary competency: An innovative approach - Meng-Lei Hu, Jinwen University of Science and Technology - (Pages 65 - 72)

Promoting a mastery motivational climate in a higher education sports class -Kevin Morgan and Kieran Kingston, University of Wales Institute Cardiff - (Pages 73 - 84)

Computer assisted self and peer assessment: Applications, challenges and opportunities -Peter Lugosi, Bournemouth University - (Pages 85 - 91)

Linking research, teaching and learning within the discipline: Evaluating student learning through "real life" research in sports development - Linda Allin, Northumbria University - (Pages 92 - 100)

Development framework for tourism and hospitality in higher vocational education in Taiwan - Te-Yi Chang, National Kaohsiung Hospitality College - Jui-Man Hsu, National Taiwan Normal University - (Pages 101 - 109)

Implications of internationalisation on learning and teaching - listening to the winds of change? - Nadine Sulkowski and Michael Kent Deakin, University of Gloucestershire Business School - (Pages 110 - 116)

 

Perspectives

Passing the Olympic Games Learning Legacies torch: Creating a website with resources to engage students to build education bridges between the 2010, 2012 and 2014 Olympic and Paralympic Games - Terry Hood, LinkBC: The Tourism and Hospitality Education Network - Maynard Kirkpatrick, LinkBC: The Tourism and Hospitality Education Network, School of Tourism - (Pages 117 - 127)

 

Educational Resource Review

Educational Resource Review - Paul Barron and Judie Gannon - (Pages 128 - 131)

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