Books and publications
This page features a selection of books written wholly or partly by staff from the School of Hospitality and Tourism. Subjects areas covered in these books reveals the diverse range of expertise and research areas that exist within the school.
- Schänzel, H.A. (2017). A time and space of one’s own: Women's resistance to the motherhood discourse on family holidays. In Khoo-Lattimore, C. & Wilson, E. (Eds). Women and Travel: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. Oakville, Canada: Apple Academic Press, pp. 51-66.
- Klein, R.A., Lück, M., & Poulston, J. (2017). Passengers and risk: Health, wellbeing, and liability. In: Dowling, R. & C. Weeden (Eds.): Cruise ship tourism (2nd ed.). Wallingford, CABI, pp. 106-123.
- Milne, S., Bai, B. H., Kim, C. S., & Kim, P. B. (2017). A critical review of the impact of technology and the internet on hospitality marketing. In Routledge Handbook of Hospitality Marketing.
- Lück, M., Ritalahti, J., & Scherer, A. (Eds.) (2016). International perspectives on destination management and tourist experiences: Insights from the International Competence Network of Tourism Research and Education (ICNT). Peter Lang Verlag, Frankfurt.
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