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Smart Tourism Challenges
This paper defines smart tourism as tourism supported by integrated efforts at a destination to find innovative ways to collect and aggregate/harness data derived from physical infrastructure, social connections, ...
Assessing The Value Of Hotel Online Reviews To Consumers.
Previous research studied the impact of travel online reviews. However, this is quantitative and lacks of conceptual frameworks to ensure consistency. Only a few of these have considered influencing variables (i.e. ...
All the data that’s fit to print: an analysis of the coverage in national newspapers of the 2013 PISA Report. : The Politics of Reception – Media, Policy and Public Knowledge and Opinion
Data is increasingly part of the public discourse, and how public bodies present information to the news media (and through them, to the public). Drawing on previous work on the subject (Knight, 2015), this paper analyses ...
The effect of current and anticipated body pride and shame on dietary restraint and caloric intake
Studies have established a link between body shame and eating disorder symptoms and behaviours. However, few have differentiated current feelings of body shame from those anticipated with weight change and none has examined ...
Changing times: why direct-entry midwives are re-training as Health Visitors and how this affects their professional identity
In the wake of the Health Visitor Implementation Plan (HVIP) one county in Southern England noted an increasing number of direct-entry midwives leaving local maternity units to re-train as health visitors. The implications ...
International perspectives on the role of the simulation operations specialist
(Wiley Blackwell, 2016-01)
Making Space for Food in Hatfield
(University of Hertfordshire Press, 2016)
The research report co-written with Ben McCabe explores the aims, methods and results from an in-depth primary research process into retrofitting food centred space in the New Town of Hatfield in the United Kingdom. The ...
Period and Place: : Collingwood and Wittgenstein on Understanding Others
What it takes to understand radically different others lies at the heart of the philosophies developed by Collingwood and Wittgenstein at roughly the same time. Their approaches contain three differences of focus that are ...