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By David Airey, John Tribe

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ISBN-13: 9780080446677

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As tourism matures as an instructional topic and the variety of tourism larger schooling companies maintains to extend world-wide, there's an expanding curiosity in its academic elements. while the improvement of analysis into schooling concerns relating to tourism implies that there's now a constructing literature at the topic. This foreign guide deals a well timed overview of the sate of the paintings of tourism better schooling. The e-book brings jointly specialist participants from world wide to provide present considering and perform approximately what's now an immense component to schooling provision world-wide. it's established around 4 key themes:- Curriculum - overseas viewpoint - educating, studying and review - assets, development and qualityIts international survey of tourism schooling bargains a accomplished foundation for comparative evaluation. as well as commencing the improvement and present provision of tourism schooling it additionally addresses innovative concerns such PhD schooling, non-formal schooling, cultural concerns in studying, examine and instructing, e-learning and e-assessment. It deals functional recommendation for the layout, supply, review and resourcing of classes and concludes with a reflective schedule of concerns for the long run.

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The snapshots of provision include Airey (1979), McIntosh and Walther (1981), Airey and Middleton (1984), Swarbrooke (1995) and culminate in Airey and Johnson’s (1999) analysis of the content of UK tourism degrees which found that “the aims of the courses are substantially vocational and business orientated” (p. 229). The extraordinary expansion in course provision and student numbers has been recorded by a series of profile studies in the UK (Airey, Ladkin, & Middleton, 1993; Middleton & Ladkin, 1996; Airey & Johnson, 1998).

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In the UK, widening participation is a particular issue here. Additionally, resources and their use and effectiveness have received scant attention and moves towards virtual learning environments remain undocumented and lacking evaluative studies. Finally, quality is an issue that is fundamental to all aspects of tourism education. Indeed, how does tourism higher education match up to other degree programmes? The lack of evaluative and prescriptive literature in this area is of prime concern. Acknowledgement This chapter is based upon an article which first appeared in Acta Turistica, 14(1), 61–81.

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