Elizabeth M. Ineson

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Sheena H. Westwood is a research student and part-time lecturer in the School of Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism, University of Wales Institute , Cardiff. Her research interests in Tourism Marketing and Business Tourism stem from her commercial background in the international airline industry. Dr Nigel Morgan is a principle lecturer and course director of(More)
The preliminary stages of a large scale culture-led urban regeneration project initiated by the Korean government in Gwangju were studied. Stakeholders’ perceptions of culture’s contribution to urban regeneration and their views on collaborative partnerships were explored. Qualitative data were gathered via semi-structured interviews from 19 purposively(More)
The factors that might enhance the learning achieved by students from a business simulation are examined to determine the extent to which prior ability, and knowledge gained through prior studies and/or work experience impact on self-efficacy. Immediately prior to their participation in a Hotel Operations Tactics and Strategy (HOTS) business simulation(More)
Globalisation of the hospitality industry has resulted in continuously increasing numbers of international student sojourners whose desire to experience and learn about new cultures is frequently accompanied by an aim to develop their linguistic and professional skills. This paper focuses predominantly on United Kingdom students' perceptions of their(More)
Socio-demographic dimensions such as age, gender, sexual orientation, race and ethnicity are commonly included in diversity studies. With a view to helping Asian hospitality managers to manage HIV-positive employees in their workplaces through diversity management (DM) theory, this research extends the boundaries of previous diversity studies by considering(More)
A questionnaire seeking details of working arrangements and problems encountered was circulated to social workers working in general practice.THE MAIN DIFFICULTIES WERE: insufficient preparation for the scheme, poor communication between general practitioners and social workers, and the inadequate provision of facilities for social workers in practice(More)
The research sought to identify key qualities associated with successful licensed retail managers, defined as effective, efficient and profitable operators. Through semi-structured in-depth interviews, managers’ views on success criteria, and problems associated with this type of employment, were elicited. The greatest assets were considered to be personal(More)
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