• Gender Research in Hospitality and Tourism Management: Time to Change the Guard

      Mooney, SK (Emerald, 2020)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explain the problem with how gender is positioned in hospitality and tourism management studies. It recommends critical theories to investigate how gender is researched in the ...
    • Getting on in hospitality: a preview

      Poulston, J; Jenkins, A (University of Waikato, 2009)
      Although ageism is an acknowledged form of discrimination in employment (Snape & Redman, 2003; Taylor & Walker, 1998), compared to other discriminatory behaviours such as racism and sexism, relatively little research has ...
    • Global India and cultural space in Auckland’s performance scene

      Booth, A (Graduate School of Management, the University of Auckland, 2013)
      This paper presents recent ethnographic research that focuses on young, educated recent migrants from India who are creating cultural space through live performance events, Their emerging voices challenge the establish ...
    • The globalisation of Steiner education: some considerations

      Boland, N (Research on Steiner Education (RoSE), 2015)
      Steiner early childhood centres and schools span the globe and are attended by thousands of children in contexts and settings far removed from that of the first school in Southern Germany. This article attempts to assess ...
    • Good Morning Vietnam

      Harkison, T
      The following is a reflection from two Auckland University of Technology (AUT) academics seconded as visiting professors to teach events and human resource management at a Vietnamese university. As this may be an ongoing ...
    • Group assessments: dilemmas facing lecturers in multicultural tertiary classrooms

      Strauss, P.; U, A. (Taylor and Francis, 2007)
      'Group is good, and group is good for curing all social ills' was the cynical observation of one of the lecturers in this study. Her comment reflects the uneasiness of lecturers at tertiary institutions with the notion ...
    • The Growth of ‘Botos Feeding Tourism’, a New Tourism Industry Based on the Boto (Amazon River Dolphin) Inia Geoffrensis in the Amazonas State, Brazil

      de Sá Alves, LCP; Orams, M; Andriolo, A; de Freitas Azevedo, A (Universidade Estadual de Feira de Santana, 2012)
      The Amazon’s reputation and ability to draw tourists is strongly associated with the natural environment and with tourist’s ability to sight and interact with iconic animals. In Brazil, four cases of aggregations of wild ...
    • The ‘Hau’ of Research: Mauss Meets Kaupapa Māori

      Stewart, G (Indiana University, 2017)
      ‘The Gift’ is the English title of a small book first published in French in 1925 by sociologist Marcel Mauss, which catalyzed an ongoing debate linked to a wide range of scholarship. Mauss’s gift theory included the Māori ...
    • He iti, he pounamu: The Significance of Doctoral Theses Written in Te Reo Māori

      Stewart, G (Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, 2019)
      This article illuminates the embryonic academic practice of writing doctoral theses in te reo Mäori, storying the experiences of graduates, supervisors, examiners and senior managers involved in this pathway. In keeping ...
    • Heideggerian Da-sein in the airport customer experience

      Losekoot, E; Wright (Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME), 2014)
      By using Heidegger’s concept of Da-sein this paper will investigate the meaning that airport customers ascribe to the airport. Looking at the meaning of the airport experience for individual airport customers will allow ...
    • Higher level hospitality qualifications: who wants them?

      Williamson, D; Harris, C; Jones, N; Goodsir, W (AUT University, 2011)
      A recent (2010) report by Business and Economic Research Limited (BERL) has highlighted concerns regarding qualification levels and productivity within the New Zealand hospitality workforce. The hospitality sector employs ...
    • Hinduism, Ecological Conservation, and Public Health: What Are the Health Hazards for Religious Tourists at Hindu Temple?

      Appollo, M; Wengel, Y; Schanzel, H; Musa, G (MDPI AG, 2020)
      This exploratory ethnographic study aims to understand the visitation experience and to identify health hazards at pilgrimage sites in India. Specifically, this research aims to assess the tourism potential of holy Hindu ...
    • Holding out for a hero: female management role models in hotels

      Mooney, S (AUT University; ANZAM, 2008)
      This paper investigates what barriers are present for female managers in the organisational structure of Australian and New Zealand hotels that may delay their progress to senior management positions. Research was carried ...
    • Home-school relationships: a school management perspective

      Stringer, P; Blaik Hourani, R (Springer, 2013)
      Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) is in the process of initiating major education reform designed to improve schools. Parental involvement in support of student learning ranks high on the reform agenda. This study ...
    • Hospitality Entrepreneurship: A Link in the Career Chain

      Andringa, S; Poulston; Pernecky (Emerald, 2016)
      Purpose – This paper investigates the motivational factors behind the transition of successful hospitality entrepreneurs back to paid employment. The study focuses on small business owners because the majority of the New ...
    • Hospitality leadership: a Chinese perspective

      Wang, P (Elsevier, 2011)
      The purpose of this paper is to review the current literature in transformational leadership and convey a progressive model to apply transformational leadership in a Chinese hospitality context to provide practical indications ...
    • Hospitality report: reporting on New Zealand's Hospitality Industry (2011)

      Neill, LJ; Williamson, D (The Restaurant Association of New Zealand, 2011)
      The Restaurant Association has partnered with AUT to produce the first Hospitality Industry Report - a document packed with relevant statistical data, research and comment for the hospitality industry. This will help ...
    • Hospitality report: reporting on New Zealand's hospitality industry 2013

      Williamson, D; Neill, L; Kruesi, M; Waldren, N (Restaurant Association of New Zealand/Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      No abstract.
    • Hospitality Training for Prisoners: A Second Chance?

      Harkison, T; McIntosh, AJ (School of Hospitality & Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      Noting rising statistics relating to incarceration and reoffending, there has been increased attention given to analysing the delivery, effectiveness and challenges of hospitality training and employment programmes for ...
    • "How did my teacher training help me?" Voices of newly-graduated Emirati teachers

      Dickson, M; Riddlebarger, J; Kennetz, K; Stringer, P; Tennant, L (British University in Dubai (BUiD), 2013)
      This research study looks at the effectiveness of teacher preparation for Emirati teachers in their first year of employment as English medium teachers in Abu Dhabi public schools, and explores the reality of their working ...