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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 350000 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services -> 350600 Services -> 350601 Hospitality Management :

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Barron, P. E. (2001). Achieving deep learning in leisure management higher education programs: The use of virtual reality technology. In: Journeys in Leisure. Journeys in Leisure, Uni of Luton, (16-16). 17 - 19 July 2001. 100  
Barron, P E (2006). A Comparative Study of Student Learning Styles in Hospitality and Tourism Management. A Hierarchical Perspective. In: Mahony. G. Barry and Whitelaw. P.A, CAUTHE 2006 Conference - to the city and beyond..... CAUTHE 2006 Conference - to the city and beyond...., Melbourne Australia, (915-931). 6-9 February, 2006. 161  
Barron, Paul E., Watson, Sandra and McGuire, David (2005). A Comparative Study of Student Learning Styles in Hospitality and Tourism Management: A Hierarchical Perspective. In: Council of Australian University Hospitality and Tourism Education, Melbourne, Australia, (). December, 2005. 896 1707
Walker, B. and Lee, T. J. (2007) A Comparison of the Needs of Hospitality Management Students between Flexible and Traditional Hospitality Management Programs in Australian Universities. International Journal of Tourism Sciences, 7 1: 67-78. 291  
Barron, P. E. and Whitford, M. (2003). An Evaluation of Flexible Learning: Student Reflections on Structures and Processes. In: R. Braithwaite, Proceedings of the Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference. Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research, Coffs Harbour, (1-17). 5-8 February, 2003. 53  
Barron, Paul Edward. (2004). An evaluation of learning styles, learning issues and learning problems of Confucian heritage culture students studying hospitality and tourism management in Australia PhD Thesis, School of Tourism, The University of Queensland. 843 3
Lashley, C. and Barron, P. E. (2003). An International and Cross Cultural Study of Learning Style Preferences: Some Implications for Hospitality and Tourism Educators. In: S. Armstrong, M. Graff, C. Lashley, E. Petersen, S. Rayner, E. Sadler-Smith, M. Schiering and D. Spicer, Proceedings of the 8th Annual Conference of the European Leaning Styles Information Net work (ELSIN). Bridging Theory and Practice, ELSIN 8th Annual Conference, U.K., (). July, 2003. 144  
Barron, P. E. (2001). Asian hospitality management students: A review of current literature regarding stereotypes and misperceptions. In: C. Pforr and B. Janeczko, Capitalising on Research. Capitalising on Research, Uni of Canberra, (13-13). 7-10 Feb 2001. 132  
Australia Journal of Hospitality Management (1999) Volume 6 Issue 1,2 102  
Robinson, R. N. S. (2007). Chefs and creativity: An empirical study. In: D. Lee-Ross, Proceedings of Hospitality and Associated Services Symposium. Hospitality and Associated Services Symposium, Cairns, (36-51). 26 October, 2007. 148  
Solnet, D and Kandampully, (2006). Competitive Advantage Through Service-Orientation: Strategic Directions for the Hospitality Industry. In: Dr D. J. Mount, 2006 Annual I-CHRIE Conference Proceedings. 2006 Annual I-CHRIE Conference Proceedings, Virginia USA, (323-330). 26-30 July 2006. 235  
Robinson, Richard N. S. and Barron, Paul E. (2007) Developing a framework for understanding the impact of deskilling and standardisation on the turnover and attrition of chefs. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 26 4: 913-926. doi:10.1016/j.ijhm.2006.10.002 134 2 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 0
Barron, P. E. (2001). Developing effective learning styles for Asian hospitality management students. In: C. Pforr and B. Janeczko, Capitalising on Research. Capitalising on Research, University of Canberra, (14-14). 7th - 10th February, 2001. 83  
Barron, P. E. (2000). Developing effective learning styles for Asian hospitality management students. In: E. Michael, Peak Performance in Tourism and Hospitality Research. CAUTHE 2000, Mt Buller, Victoria, (99-99). 2 - 5 February, 2000. 51  
Barron, P. E. (2004) Editorial. The Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 11 2: 95. 34  
Barron, P. E. (2004) Editorial. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 11 1: 1-1. 36  
Barron, P. E. (2003) Editorial. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 10 2: 93. 30  
Morrison, P. A. (1999) Editorial. Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, 6 2: iii-iv. 31  
Morrison, P. A. (1999) Editorial. Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, 6 1: iii-iii. 26  
Breakey, Noreen M. and Craig-Smith, Stephen J. (2007) Hospitality degree programs in Australia: A continuing evolution. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 14 2: 102-118. 156  
Barron, P E (2006) Hospitality student learning styles: The impact of gender and nationality. Tourism, 54 4: 367-374. 130   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Solnet, David (2006) Introducing employee social identification to customer satisfaction research: a hotel industry study. Managing Service Quality, 16 6: 575-594. doi:10.1108/09604520610711918 99   Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0
Barron, P E and Greenwood, Bartolome (2006) Issues determining the development of cruise itineraries: A focus on the luxury market. Tourism in Marine Environments, 3 2: 89-100. 65   Cited 4 times in Scopus4
Robinson, R.N.S. (2007). Job satisfaction and turnover intentions of chefs: investigating the creativity construct. In: Sigala, M., 2007 I-Chrie Conference. I-Chrie Conference, Dallas, Texas USA, (365-375). 24-29 July 2007. 129  
Robinson, R.N.S. (2007). "Jobs for the boys? Developing an understanding of turnover patterns of chefs working in the SEQ club sector". In: McDonnell, I., Grabowski, S. and March, R., Tourism-Past Achievements, Future Challenges. Proceedings of 2007 CAUTHE Conference, Sydney, NSW Australia, (1-12). 11 -14 February 2007. 101  
Barron, P. E. (2001). Learning approaches and motivations of Confucian heritage culture students studying hospitality management in Australia: A review of recent literature. In: C. Gatchalan, V. Heung and G. Cruz, Mix, Match & Move: Shaping the Future of Tourism. Shaping The Future of Tourism, Dusit Hotel Manila Philipines, (189-193). 4 - 7 July 2001. 83  
Barron, Paul (2004). Learning Issues and Learning Problems of Confucian Heritage Culture Students Studying Hospitality and Tourism Management in Australia. In: G. Jennings, New Frontiers in Tourism Research. Annual Conference Proceedings of Research and Academic Papers Volume XVI. International Collaboration: 2004 ISTTE Annual Conference, Hong Kong, (1-12). 26-28 September, 2004. 935 873
Campiranon, Kom (2005). Managing Reputation in Event Planning Companies. In: Allen, J., The Impacts of Events - Events Management Research Conference. Event Management Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, (). 13-14 July, 2005. 670 4328
Robinson, Richard N. S. (2007) Plain Fare to Fusion: Ethnic Impacts on the Process of Maturity in Brisbane's Restaurant Sector. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management, 14 1: 70-84. doi:10.1375/jhtm.14.1.70 98   Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Robinson, R.N.S. and Clifford C. (2007) Prime, secondi, salata: Augmenting authenticity at special events via foodservice experiences. International Journal of Event Management Research, 3 2: 1-11. 111  
Solnet, D. and Paulsen, N. (2005). Rebranded Hotel Properties: The role of service climate and employee identity in predicting customer satisfaction. In: H. Qu, 2005 I-CHRIE Annual Conference Proceedings. 2005 I-CHRIE Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV USA, (368-376). 27-31 July 2005. 66  
Clifford C., Robinson, R. N.S. and Arcodia, C. (2007). Searching for the authentic: Foodservice at a medieval banquet. In: Othman, N. and Arcodia, C. V., 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with Global Event Congress II. 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with Global Event Congress II, Kuala Lumpa, Malaysia, (xx-xx). 16-18 July 2007. 149  
Solnet, D. and Paulsen, N. (2006) Service climate, employee identification and customer outcomes. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, 13 3/4: 3-27. doi:10.1300/J150v13n03_02 82   Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Solnet, David and Paulsen, Neil (2004) Service Climate, Employee Identification, and Customer Outcomes in Hotel Property Rebranding. 757 3199
Solnet, David and Paulsen, Neil (2005) Service Climate, Employee Identification, and Customer Outcomes in Hotel Property Rebrandings. 465 4009
Kandampully, J. A. (2001) Service competency: A new business paradigm for organizations. AFSM - International SBusiness, 26 5: 23-24. 54  
Kandampully, J. A. (2001). Service enhancement through information technology in the hospitality industry and its competitive advantages. In: Dr. B. Samenfink, Trends and Challenges for Hospitality and Tourism. CHRIE - Trends and challenges for hospitality and tourism, Uni Center, Cesar Ritz, Brig, Switzerland, (). 25 - 27 October, 2001. 237  
Kandampully, J. A. (2001). Service guarantee: An organization's blueprint for assisting the delivery of superior service. In J. Kandampully, C. Mok and B. Sparks (Ed.), Service Quality Management in Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure (pp. 239-253) New York, USA: The Haworth Hospitality Press. 65  
Kandampully, Jay and Butler, Liam (2001) Service guarantees: A strategic mechanism to minimise customers' perceived risk in service organisations. Managing Service Quality, 11 2: 112-120. 76  
Kandampully, J. and Solnet, D. (2005) Service Orientation as a Strategic Initiative: A Conceptual Model with Examplars. Alliance Journal of Business Research, 1 2: 1-20. 121  
Service quality management in hospitality, tourism, and leisure. Edited by J. A. Kandampully, C. Mok and B. Sparks New York, USA: The Haworth Hosp. Press, 2001. 122  
Barron, Paul (2006) Stormy Outlook? Domestic students' impressions of international students at an Australian University. Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism, 6 2: 5-22. doi:10.1300/J172v06n02_02 169   Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Lashley, and Barron, P E (2006) The learning style preferences of hospitality and tourism students: Observations from an international and cross-cultural study. International Journal of Hospitality Management, 26 4: 552-569. 88   Cited 18 times in Scopus18
Barron, P. E. (2004). The Learning Style Preferences of International Students Studying Hospitality and Tourism Management in Australia: A Focus on Confucian Heritage Culture Students. In C. Cooper, C. Arcodia, D. Solnet and M. Whitford (Ed.), Creating Tourism Knowledge: A Selection of Papers from CAUTHE 2004 1 ed. (pp. 87-89) Altona, Victoria: Common Ground. 94  
The Level of Motivation of the International Hospitality Students in Australia from their Working Experience in the Hospitality Industry (2006) . Edited by Lee, T J and Shin, S.. CAUTHE 2006 Conference - 'to the city and beyond...', 6-9 February 2006, Melbourne Australia. 92  
Solnet, D. (2003). The Missing in Action Workforce. In: H. Qu, An Oasis of Hospitality and Tourism. The International Council for Hotel, Resturant and Institutional Education, Palm Springs, (386-392). 6-9 August, 2003. 78  
Barron, P. E. and Henderson, D. C. (2001). The potential use of virtual reality technology in hospitality management education. In: C. Pforr and B. Janeczko, Capitalising on Research. Capitalising on Research, Uni of Canberra, (15-15). 7-10 Feb 2001. 94  
Barron, P E (2006). The reasons, benefits and impacts of working part time while studying: the case of hospitality and tourism management students at an Australian University. In: C. Hiu, International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators: Imaging the future of tourism and Travel Education. International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, (1-14). 12-14 October, 2006. 292  
Breakey, N. M. and Craig-Smith, S. J. (2007). Undergraduate hospitality degree programs in Australia: Three decades of evolution. In: I. McDonnell, S. Grabowski and R. March, Cauthe 2007. Cauthe 2007, Sydney, Australia, (not found-not found). 11-14 February, 2007. 121  
Campiranon, Kom (2006). Understanding Crisis Vulnerability of the MICE Sector: A Case Study of Thailand. In: C. Arcodia and Dr M. Whitford, Global Events Conference and Event Educators Forum. Global Events Congress, Brisbane, Australia, (58-65). 27-29 September, 2006. 935 4135

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