Research Methods Workshop
Thursday 27th October
11.15 – 13.15, Room F108
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Elizabeth Ineson read Psychology and Mathematics before completing a PhD in Educational Management. She has been awarded fellowship of the Institute of Hospitality and the Institute of Travel and Tourism. In 1999, she won the EuroCHRIE President’s award for outstanding achievement and is currently Director of Research for EuroCHRIE and Operations’ Manager for the charitable trust, La fondation pour la formation hôtelière whose links span 21 Central &E Eastern European countries. Liz’s work focuses on experiential and action learning to underpin international research and consultancy through industrial links and staff development. She has conducted over 90 Hospitality research projects and seminars for companies in the UK, USA and Europe and contributed to in excess of 200+ publications, conference papers/workshops, short courses, seminars and reports. She was awarded an honorary Professorship by Budapest Business School and she has co-edited seven volumes of International Case Studies for Hospitality, Tourism and Event Management Students and Trainees.
You are invited to participate in this research workshop exemplifies innovative research methods via papers published by a team of international presenters, including:
- Experiments and interviews by Mandy Claudia Tom Dieck
- Online v. on-site data collection by Eva Podovšovnik
- Auto-ethnography by Joseph Roevens
- Hierarchical Linear Modelling by Woody Kim
- Design thinking by Xander Lub
- Impact Analysis by Steve Hood
A brief discussion on the use, advantages and disadvantages of these methods follows the presentation after which we would welcome input from any other researchers who have recently employed innovative methodology.
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