Lifestyling Entrepreneurs' Sociological Expressionism
Sweeney, M., Docherty-Hughes, J., & Lynch, P. (2018)
Lifestyling Entrepreneurs' Sociological Expressionism. Annals of Tourism Research, 69, 90-100. doi:10.1016/j.annals.2018.01.006
This study explores the tourism host-home relationship investigated through documentary analysis of photographs choreographed through mutual negotiation between hosts and rese...
The Beauty and the Abuse: A handbook on relationships and emotions in Academia
Munar, A., Caton, K., Eger, C., Jeffrey, H., Khoo-Lattimore, C., Lynch, P., …Young, E. (2017)
The Beauty and the Abuse: A handbook on relationships and emotions in Academia. Copenhagen Business School
This handbook encourages dialogue and reflexivity on human relationships and emotions in academic environments. Fifteen vignettes inspired by real stories are presented. These...
Reasons for going green in serviced accommodation establishments
Tzschentke, N., Kirk, D., & Lynch, P. A. (2004)
Reasons for going green in serviced accommodation establishments. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 16(2), 116-124. https://doi.org/10.1108/09596110410520007
This paper reports on the preliminary findings of an exploratory study on environmental decision making in the context of largely small serviced accommodation establishments. ...
Gender and Employment Flexibility within Hotel Front Offices
Bird, E., Lynch, P., & Ingram, A. (2002)
Gender and Employment Flexibility within Hotel Front Offices. Service Industries Journal, 22(3), 99-116. https://doi.org/10.1080/714005084
This article describes a study of the contemporary nature and extent of gendered employment flexibility within hotel front offices in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Previous ...
Home and commercialized hospitality
LYNCH, P. (2001)
Home and commercialized hospitality. In In Search of Hospitality, 100-117. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-7506-5431-9.50010-x
We others who have long lost the more subtle of the physical senses, have not even proper terms to express an animal's inter-communications with his surroundings, living or ot...
Small tourism business networks and destination development
Tinsley, R., & Lynch, P. (2001)
Small tourism business networks and destination development. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 20(4), 367-378. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0278-4319%2801%2900024-X
This paper is based on ongoing research into networking between small tourism businesses and its contribution to destination development. The fieldwork is being carried out in...
Questioning the impact of the ‘graduatization’ of the managerial labour force upon the management of human resources in the Scottish hotel industry
Ingram, A., Jamieson, R., Lynch, P., & Bent, R. (2000)
Questioning the impact of the ‘graduatization’ of the managerial labour force upon the management of human resources in the Scottish hotel industry. International journal of consumer studies, 24(4), 212-222. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1470-6431.2000.00128.x
This paper outlines the findings of a questionnaire survey returned by 125 Scottish hotels from a sample of 500 small and middle-sized enterprises. We asked questions on the l...
Networking in the Homestay Sector
Lynch, P. A. (2000)
Networking in the Homestay Sector. Service Industries Journal, 20(3), 95-116. https://doi.org/10.1080/02642060000000034
This paper provides a case study on the management of private home accommodation used to house overseas guests who are primarily registered as students with the English as a f...
Host Attitudes towards Guests in the Homestay Sector
Lynch, P. A. (1999)
Host Attitudes towards Guests in the Homestay Sector. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 1(2), 119-144. https://doi.org/10.1177/146735849900100203
This paper reports on an investigation into host attitudes towards guests in one segment of the homestay accommodation sector: host families. In addition to discussion of the ...
Demand for Training by Bed and Breakfast Operators
Lynch, P. A. (1994)
Demand for Training by Bed and Breakfast Operators. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 6(4), 25-31. doi:10.1108/09596119410060892
Assesses the implications for tourism organizations, with responsibility for training, of promoting world‐class standards in the delivery of the UK tourism product. Analyses t...