IHTRCS Conference 2016 April

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    Trustworthiness in qualitative data collection and analysis

    Criticisms of the lack of objectivity and generalizability are often associated with the qualitative method (Phillimore and Goodson, 2004). Extracting and analysing qualitative data is not a straightforward process due to the nature of the method. Furthermore, unlike the analysis of quantitative approach, there is […]

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    IHRCS Conference April 2016

    The 16th International Hospitality and Tourism Research Conference Switzerland was held over a two-day period on 21st and 22nd April 2016. The conference addressed the main theme of “Making a difference in hospitality and tourism practice”, which focussed on contributions of managers and leaders to […]

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    What is Work Related Stress?

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    IHRCS Conference April 2016

    The International Hospitality Research Centre is proud to announce the 17th biannual research conference on the 21th and 22th April. The conference will take place at the HTMi Switzerland campus, Soerenberg situated in the serene Entlebuch Biosphere. The overarching theme of the conference centers on […]

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    Grounded theory as sub-set of qualitative analyses

    Qualitative data analysis, which will be referred in the latter contexts as QDA, is defined by Lewins et al. (2010) as a range of processes “whereby we move from the qualitative data that have been collected into some form of explanation, understanding or interpretation” of […]

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    A tale of four cities – Dr Clare Carruthers

    Cultural Tourism development in the UK post industrial city – towards a comprehensive model

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    Researching Academic Writing

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