Physical attractiveness and managerial favoritism in the hotel industry: The light and dark side of erotic capital

@article{Abubakar2019PhysicalAA,
  title={Physical attractiveness and managerial favoritism in the hotel industry: The light and dark side of erotic capital},
  author={Aisha Mohammed Abubakar and Elham Anasori and Temitope Taiwo Lasisi},
  journal={Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management},
  year={2019}
}

Gender roles and the commodification of beauty and physical attractiveness in restaurants: Perspectives of female servers

This study examines the perspectives of female servers on their own gender roles and the commodification of their beauty and physical attractiveness during service encounters in restaurants. Previous

Workplace Favoritism and Workforce Sustainability: An Analysis of Employees’ Well-Being

The goal of sustainability in business is the maximization of resources for long-term productivity at a minimized negative impact for all key stakeholders. Several functions of human resources

The Nature of Working in the Hospitality Industry: Evidence from 3S Tourism in Turkey

  • Bariş ÇIVAK
  • Business
    Journal of Tourism, Leisure and Hospitality
  • 2023
The main purpose of the study is to reveal the nature of working in the field of hospitality by examining employment forms and working conditions. For this purpose, the phenomenology approach was

Discrimination Based on Physical Attractiveness: Causes and Consequences A Critical Perspective.

The consequences of physical attractiveness (PA) are ubiquitous, however not often become a topic of discussion. The consequences, in general, are attributed to preference or discrimination without

Kapitał erotyczny składową kapitału relacyjnego organizacji

The article is devoted to the erotic capital of employees treated as part of relational capital. The purpose of the paper is to show that employees’ erotic capital can currently constitute a

Women in travel and tourism: does fear of COVID-19 affect Women's turnover intentions?

PurposeThe purpose of this study was to examine the role of fear of COVID-19 and job stress on women's turnover intentions in the hospitality industry (travel agencies). Also, the mediating role of

Immigrant Entrepreneurship: the Case of Turkish Entrepreneurs in the United States

The ever-changing structural and relational facets of immigrant entrepreneurial activities have created missing dominos in the literature and policy development in the USA. This article explores

On Biohospitality: Hotels as Barracks or the Waiter’s Three Bodies

The article analyses the challenges and implications of the double-bodied disjointure (collective and individual) laid on Tunisia and the Tunisians in the course of the tourist migration phenomenon

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 77 REFERENCES

Physical Attractiveness and Social Status

In this article, we outline the evidence regarding the status effects of physical attractiveness, paying particular attention to outcomes in the areas of jobs, crime, performance evaluations, power,

Employee experience of aesthetic labour in retail and hospitality

Interactive service job growth in the UK is significant.Analysis of labour within these services has tended to focus on employee attitudes, framed through emotional labour. Such analysis is not

Feminine Charm

It is hypothesized that feminine charm would create positive impressions of its users, thus partially mitigating the social penalties women negotiators often incur, and the degree to which females were perceived as flirtatious, rather than merely friendly, would predict better economic deals for females.

Physical attractiveness and its relationship to sex-role stereotyping

On the basis of recent findings showing that physical attractiveness serves as an important evaluative cue in person perception, the present paper reviews evidence which indicates that physical

NEPOTISM, FAVORITISM AND CRONYISM: A STUDY OF THEIR EFFECTS ON JOB STRESS AND JOB SATISFACTION IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY OF NORTH CYPRUS

Nepotism, cronyism and favoritism are unprofessional practices giving preferential treatment to relatives and friends in employment. For this study a survey was carried out with 576 respondents

Understanding the Consumer Experience: An Exploratory Study of Luxury Hotels

This study explores the consumer experience by examining empirical data collected via a series of in-depth, semistructured interviews with luxury hotel guests. The study findings indicate that hotel

THE OVERALL OUTLOOK OF FAVORITISM IN ORGANIZATIONS: A LITERATURE REVIEW

It is a fact that favoritism has become an important subject matter as corporations and both governmental and non-governmental organizations become more concerned with ethical issues. However, the

The Use and Consequences of Strategic Sexual Performances

Organizational research on workplace sexuality generally focuses on sexual harassment or workplace romance to the exclusion of strategic forms of sexuality (i.e., the instrumental use of sexuality to
...