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Marginalisation, Self-Marginalisation and A Paradigmatic Transformation

Lynch, P.A. (2008) Marginalisation, Self-Marginalisation and A Paradigmatic Transformation. In: Council for Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education Annual Research Conference, 2008-02-11. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Part of the special interest panel: Managing Hospitality Research. The aim of the session is to discuss the current and future contexts of hospitality research. The session is, partially at least, driven by concerns that there is a lack of hospitality research with a broad dominance of tourism research. This session is essentially driven by the question "Where the bloody hell is hospitality research?"