ATHE - Association for Tourism In Higher Education
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ATHE 2010 CONFERENCE

BACK TO THE FUTURE: RESTATING THE CASE FOR TOURISM IN HIGHER EDUCATION

1st - 3rd December 2010.  Canterbury Cathedral Lodge, Kent

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Jointly organised with Canterbury Christ Church University

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KEYNOTES

John Claude-Baumgarten (President and CEO, WTTC)
Professor David Airey (University of Surrey)
Kurt Janson (Tourism Alliance)
Noel Josephides (Sunvill)
Amanda Cottrell (Chief Executive, VisitKent)
Dr Chris Bull (Canterbury Christ Church University)


CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

2010 Proceedings ATHE Annual Conference Proceedings 2010

As with other ATHE publications, conference proceedings are free to ATHE members of good standing. For non-members, the conference proceedings can be purchased for £50. Please email secretary@athe.org.uk for further details.

(PDF file, 1.46Mb)

Preface

Introduction - Scott McCabe and Tim Gale

Abstracts

  1. Making Tourism Integral to the Strategic Management of Historic Cities - David M Bruce

  2. New University Studies in Tourism Adapted to the European Higher Education Area: The Case of the Bachelor’s Degree in Tourism at the University of Deusto - Alvaro de la Rica Aspiunza* and Ana Goytia Prat

  3. Changing Culture of Tourism - Mauro Dujmović* and Aljoša Vitasović

  4. Pharmacia do Mato (Pharmacy of the Woods) Nature Walk - Local Tourism Governance and Sustainability - João Luiz de Moraes Hoeffel*, Nayra de Moraes Gonçalves, Almerinda A. B. Fadini, Aparecida Erica Bighetti Ribas and Sonia Regina da Cal Seixas

  5. Seaside Towns and Local Enterprise Partnerships: Domestic Tourism in a Core Periphery Context - James Kennell* and Samantha Chaperon

  6. Event Safety Risk: A Malaysian Perspective - Masrur Mohd Khir

  7. An Approach to Curriculum Design for Hospitalty and Tourism Management: A Case of Higher Education Institutions in Jakarta - Indra Kusumawardhana

  8. Can the National Curriculum Statement in Tourism in South Africa be regarded as a Vehicle for Socio-Economic Transformation and Empowerment? - Sharmini V Naidoo

  9. Tourism Communicational Capital - Guilherme Fráguas Nobre* and Heloiza Matos

  10. Sustainable Tourism in Rural Areas: the Role of Higher Education in the Marche Region - Chiara Rinaldi*, Alessio Cavicchi, Michele Corsi

  11. An Evaluation of Practitioners’ Views of Consultancy and Applied Research at the University of Derby Buxton - Peter Wiltshier

  12. The Learning Community & Rural Regeneration in Derbyshire - Peter Wiltshier

*Contact author


THEMES

  • Changing landscapes of the Tourism industry
  • Changing landscapes of Tourism governance
  • Changing landscapes of Higher Education and Tourism in Higher Education
Sub-themes
  • Horizon scanning
  • Importance of ethics/sustainability/globalization
  • The changing HE environment
  • Issues of employability
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Relevance of tourism in wider society
  • Tourismification of society / of cities


EXHIBITORS

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INFORMATION

For more information contact Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, ATHE Vice Chair/Secretary:  marion.stuart-hoyle@canterbury.ac.uk.


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