Narratives of health and hospitality: Strathpeffer Spa c.1866 – c.1946
Thomson, E. (2018)
Narratives of health and hospitality: Strathpeffer Spa c.1866 – c.1946. Hospitality and Society, 8(2), 111-135. https://doi.org/10.1386/hosp.8.2.111_1
This paper examines the history of Strathpeffer Spa (the UK’s most northerly spa) between c.1860 and c.1946 using a range of printed primary and archive sources. Drawing upon...
Questioning women’s empowerment through tourism entrepreneurship opportunities: The case of Omani women
Salim Al Mazro'ei, L. B. Questioning women’s empowerment through tourism entrepreneurship opportunities: The case of Omani women. (Thesis)
Edinburgh Napier University. Retrieved from http://researchrepository.napier.ac.uk/Output/995563
This thesis adopts critical feminist theory, which is a combination of both critical theory and feminist theory, to explore the nature and experiences of Omani women involved ...
Social network analysis and the hunt for homophily: diversity and equality within festival communities
Jarman, D. (2017)
Social network analysis and the hunt for homophily: diversity and equality within festival communities. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1080/19407963.2018.1414987
Diversity and equality at a Scottish volunteer run arts festival are explored in this paper, through survey based social network analysis and follow-up interviews. Together th...
Tourist Attractions: From Object to Narrative (Johan R. Edelheim)
Urquhart, E. (2017)
Tourist Attractions: From Object to Narrative (Johan R. Edelheim). Tourism Analysis, 22(4), 595-597
No abstract available.
Viking heritage tourism: Authenticity and Commodification
Halewood, C., & Hannam, K. (2001)
Viking heritage tourism: Authenticity and Commodification. Annals of Tourism Research, 28(3), 565-580. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0160-7383%2800%2900076-1
This paper explores the key dimensions of the emerging Viking heritage tourism in Europe which consists of museums, heritage centers, theme parks, village reconstructions, and...
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...
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...
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...
Festival community networks and transformative place-making
Jarman, D. (2018)
Festival community networks and transformative place-making. Journal of Place Management and Development, https://doi.org/10.1108/JPMD-06-2017-0062
Festivals are often explicitly connected to the destinations in which they take place, explored here as contributing to broader processes of place-making and engagemen...
The Strength of Festival Ties: Social Network Analysis and the 2014 Edinburgh International Science Festival
Jarman, D. (2016)
The Strength of Festival Ties: Social Network Analysis and the 2014 Edinburgh International Science Festival. In L. PLatt, & I. R. Lamond (Eds.), Critical Event Studies, 277-308. Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-52386-0_14
The development of event studies as a field of research and education has misunderstood and misrepresented the social networks that underpin the industry. Such relationships a...