Research Mission

Our Research Objectives

GIHE will promote and facilitate industry-related research and scholarship amongst its faculty and students, and disseminate its outcomes to inform its curriculum, the education community, the industry, and the public sector.  The principal objectives are to:
 
  1. Collaborate with external partners in the private and public sectors on applied, consultancy and community projects
  2. Conduct research and communicate its outcomes to internal and external audiences
  3. Use research outcomes to inform its curriculum and hospitality education in general
  4. Develop a community of reflective-practitioners amongst its faculty and students
 

Research thematic areas

 
The GIHE Research agenda will focus on four thematic areas:
 
  • Hospitality & Tourism
  • Luxury Brand Management
  • Reputation Management, and
  • Hospitality Education & Development 
 

Research Events & Activities at Glion:

  • Faculty board membership to EuroCHRIE Conference
  • Faculty advisory board membership to EDULEARN15
  • Faculty Attendance to Colloquiums (ex. Destination marketing Conference in Corfou, 2015)
  • Student Research Collaboration with Industry (Kempinski, IHC, Nestle Professional, Moevenpick and Accor for instance)
  • Student Consultancy (ex. MBA Global Strategic Management Class & Woodsford Grupa, MSC Financial trends & Aminona project or French Hotel Conversion project)

Research Publication List

Albarran, M. (2014). Delivering the customer service management system's promise to your target market hotel business review. Hotel Business Review. Retrieved from http://hotelexecutive.com/business_review/3829/delivering-the-customer-s...

Bedu, M. & Kuokkanen, H. (2014, October 6-9). Managing revenue during the Arab Spring: Experiences from the hotel industry. In: Hospitality and Tourism Futures [Conference proceedings] (pp. 25). Dubai, United Arab Emirates : EuroCHRIE.

Benton, D., Donohoe R. T., Clayton, D. E. and Long, S. J. (2013). Supplementation with DHA and the psychological functioning of young adults. British Journal of Nutrition, 109(1), 155-161. doi: 10.1017/S0007114512000566

Bradley, J. C. (2013). Lisa Downing, The Subject of Murder: Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer (University of Chicago Press 2013) [Review of the book The Subject of Murder: Gender, Exceptionality, and the Modern Killer, by Lisa Downing]. Retrieved from http://journals.kent.ac.uk/kent/index.php/feministsatlaw/article/view/77...

Carter, N., O'Byrne-Prior, J.  & O'Connor, N. (2014).  Establishing the suitability of Limerick City (Ireland) as a conference destination host. International Hospitality and Tourism Student Journal, 6(1), 59-70.

Catenazzo, G., D’Urso, J., Fragnière, E. & Tuberosa, J. (2012). Influences of public ecological awareness and price on potable water consumption in the Geneva area. In W. Leal Filho (Eds.), Climate change and the sustainable management of water resources (pp. 499–513), Berlin: Springer.

Catenazzo, G., Epalle, A., Fragnière, E., & Tuberosa, J. (2010). Testing the impact of sustainable development policies in Canton Geneva. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 21(6), 845–861. doi:10.1108/14777831011077682

Catenazzo, G. & Fragnière, E. (2008). La gestion des services. Paris: Economica.

Catenazzo, G. & Fragnière, E. (2009). Identifying bank run signals through sociological factors: An empirical research in the Geneva area. In G. N. Gregoriou (Eds.), The banking crisis handbook (pp. 489–502), Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Catenazzo, G. & Fragnière, E. (2010). Implementation of compulsory internal control system within Swiss organisations: Perceptions among accountants and workers in Geneva. International Journal of Economics and Accounting, 1(1/2), 53-75.

Catenazzo, G. & Fragnière, E. (2010). Pricing traditional travel agency services: A theatre-based experimental study. Journal of Service Science and Management, 3(2), 272–280. doi: 10.4236/jssm.2010.32034.

Catenazzo, G. & Fragnière, E. (2011). Editorial column: Managing the risks of the “invisible”. Service Science, 3(3), i–v.

Catenazzo, G. & Fragnière, E. (2012). Small shareholder control of listed companies’ administrators during annual general meetings: An experimental study. International Journal of Behavioural Accounting and Finance, 3(1/2), 46–64. doi: 10.1504/IJBAF.2012.047361

Catenazzo, G., Fragnière, E. & Guillaume-Gentil, N. (2014). Satisfaction and pricing for accounting services to very small enterprises. International Journal of Economics and Accountings, 5(2), 145-164. doi: 10.1504/IJEA.2014.063764

Catenazzo, G., Fragnière, E., Ribordy, B. & Tuberosa, J. (2010). Is the 2008 financial turmoil increasing the risk of a bank run? An empirical research in Geneva. International Journal of Modern Accounting and Auditing, 6(1), 29-45.

Clark, S. (2012, September 13-14). Education and innovation: The challenge of relevancy. Paper presented at the EyeforTravel’s Travel Distribution Summit (TDS). Las Vegas, NV: Caesar’s Palace.

Clark, S. (Accepted 2012 – forthcoming 2013). Social and Cultural Aspects of Events. Ed O, Mouffakir, and T. Pernecky. (Book chapter).

Clark, S. (2012). Title of the chapter. In: E. Ineson , M. Smith, & N. Valentin (Eds.), International case studies for hospitality and tourism management students and trainees (pp.), Iaşi, Romania: Tehnopress. (Book chapter)

Cowhey, A., S., O’Leary, S. & O'Connor, N. (2014). A holiday to remember: How tourists are researching their Irish adventure using social media. Paper presented at The 10th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference: The Past, Present and Future of Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland. Cork, Ireland: Cork Institute of Technology.

Davoine, E., Morschett, D., Novitskaya, O., & Batsenko, K. (Eds.). (2013). Human resource management issues in multinational companies: Case studies from Ukrainian and Russian subsidiaries. Case book in English, Ukrainian and Russian language. Ukraine, Kyiv: Видавничий дiм “Кiєво-Могилянська академія

Delbreil, E. & Zvobgo, G. (2012, October 4-5). Wireless sensor technology used to enhance quality of life amongst the elderly with dementia in France and Switzerland: Understanding caregiver perceptions to improve technology take-up and business models. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1739-1740). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Delbreil, E. & Zvobgo, G. (2013). Wireless sensor technology in dementia care: Caregiver perceptions, technology take-up and business model innovation. EuroMed Journal of Business, 8(1), 79-97. doi: 10.1108/EMJB-05-2013-0019

Dupain, C., & Novitskaya, O. (2015). Paris destination image from the point of view of Asian students. In Iscontour 2015 Tourism Research Perspectives: Proceedings of the International Student Conference in Tourism Research (pp. 325-340). Salzburg, Austria: Books on Demand.

Ebersole, J. (2012). A plastics index for the food services industry. Academica Turistica, 5(2), 5-18.

Ebersole, J. (2012, May 23-27). Anabaptist tourism to Switzerland: Assessing the impact of the 2004 Swiss reconciliation initiatives and 2007 Emmental tourism “Täuferjahr” events. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Tourism (pp. 156-166). Archanes, Crete: International Association for Tourism Policy.

Ebersole, J. (2012, October 4-5). Measuring ethical leadership potential among hospitality students. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1747-1749). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Engeström, R., Batane, T., Hakkarainen, K., Newnham, D.S., Nleya, P., Senteni, A., & Sinko, M. (2014). Reflections on the use of DWR in intercultural collaboration. Mind, Culture and Activity, 21(2),129-147. doi: 10.1080/10749039.2013.879185

Gillier, C., & Zivanovic, M. L. (2014). Short-term voluntourism: an expansion of ecotourism or a new form of neocolonialism? In International Antalya Hospitality Tourism and Travel Research conference proceedings, Antalya, Turkey, 9-12 December 2014 (pp. 21-43).

Glanz, L. & Underwood, J. (2012, December 13th-14th). Playing fast and loose with work: the global career capital of mountain lifestyle professionals. In: Workshop on new analyses of expatriation [Workshop sessions: Different types of expatriates]. Paris: European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM).

Goedtkindt, P. (2012, October 4-5). Geo-temporal tracking (GTT) of tourist flows using mobile phone network data. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1772–1773). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Granier E., Rios-Morales R. and Huh P. (2012, October 4-5). Perceptions and drivers of individual and institutional wine investors. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1776–1777). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Granier, E., Rios-Morales, R., & Huh, P. (2014). Wine investment: An evaluation of the perceptions and motives of individual and institutional investors. Journal of International Business and Entrepreneurship Development, 7(3), 229-244.

Horrigan, D., & Murray, P. (2012, June 5-8). An applied industry research model: The need for hospitality student opportunities for experiential learning via applied industry research. Paper presented at the 10th APacCHRIE Conference: “Building Bridges, Creating Opportunities”. Manila, Philippines: APacCHRIE.

Horrigan, D., Buchanen, K., & Senior, M. (2011, October 19-22). Hospitality and tourism distance learning strategies: Reaching beyond traditional markets. In 29th EuroCHRIE Conference “Tourism and Hospitality, Drivers of Transition ”, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

Jenkins, I. (2011). Climate change: risk management issues and challenges. In A. Jones & M- Phillips (Eds.), Disappearing destinations: climate change and future challenges for coastal tourism (pp. 66-81). Wallingford: CABI.

Jenkins, l., Rios Morales R. & Cevera, R. (2012, October 4-5). Sustainable business futures for adventure tourism actors in UK’s environmentally protected areas: The case of Pembrokeshire Coastal and Brecon National Parks. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1782-1784). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Jenkins, I. & Bristow, R. (2012). Global sustainable tourism criteria: An international perspective on restaurant sustainability model development. In D. Vrontis & A. Thrassou (Eds.) Innovative Business Practices: Prevailing a Turbulent Era (pp. 371-391). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Jenkins, I., Bristow, R., & Cervera, R. (2012, October 25-27). From cradle-to-cradle: Food sourcing and attitudes of restaurants to sustainable developments. The cases of the Caribbean, USA, Switzerland and Wales. In EuroCHRIE: Hospitality for a better World [Conference proceedings] (pp. 57-66). Lausanne, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Jenkins, I., & Rios-Morales, R. (2013). Market niches and the perceptual economic impacts on a remote Alpine village: The BRITS week in Laax. Event Management, 17(3), 299-310. doi:10.3727/152599513X13708863378033

Jenkins, I. & Schroeder, R. (Eds.) (2013). Sustainability in tourism: A multidisciplinary approach. Wiesbaden, [Germany]: Springer Gabler.

John, C. (2012). International perspective: Switzerland. In L. Safko, The Social Media Bible (3rd ed.) (pp. 267-269). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Juskiw, P. & Glanz, L. (2013). MBA applied research projects: authentic learning for the hospitality industry. In P. Van den Bossche, W. H. Gijselaers,& R. G. Milter (Eds.), Facilitating learning in the 21st century: leading through technology, diversity and authenticity (pp. 103-116). Dordrecht: Springer.

Juskiw, P. & Glanz, L. (2012, May 2-4). Real life and the classroom: advantages and risks of commissioned student projects. In Proceedings of the 19th EDINEB Conference: The role of business education in a chaotic world (pp. 10-16). Haarlem: FEBA ERD Press.

Kammer, C. (2014). Le Clos de Chillon: histoire, spécificités et opportunités œnotouristiques. (Unpublished certification work). Geneva University.  

Kammer, C. & Rios-Morales, R. (2012, October 4-5). Know you label! The impact of introductory wine education on the assessment of wine label information by novices enrolled in a foundation wine course. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1782-1784). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Kammer, C., & Rios-Morales, R. (2016). Wine labels: The impact of a module in wine knowledge. International Journal of Globalisation and Small Business, 8(1), 39-50. doi:10.1504/IJGSB.2016.076450

Karsten, M., Brooke, W., & Marr, M. L. (2014). The top four percent: An exploratory study of women leading fortune 1000 firms. Journal of Business Diversity, 14(1), 59-73.

Kontopodis, M. & Newnham, D. S. (2011). Building bridges in dialogue with the future: An introduction (Dialogue 2011: Expanding cultural-historical and critical perspectives on child and youth development). Ethos, 39(1), 71-75. doi:10.1111/j.1548-1352.2010.01171

Kuokkanen, H., & Macdonald, M. (2012, October 4-5). Corporate social responsibility: The visitors’ view. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 884-886). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Kuokkanen, H., & Macdonald, M. (2012, October 25-27). CSR – Are visitors willing to pay for responsibility? In EuroCHRIE: Hospitality for a better World [Conference proceedings] (pp. 158–168). Lausanne, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Kuokkanen, H., & Macdonald, M. (2012). CSR: Are visitors willing to pay for responsibility? Hospitality, 28, 13.

Kuokkanen, H. (2013). Improving profitability: A conceptual model of destination-centric revenue management. Journal of Revenue & Pricing Management, 12(4), 313-319. doi:10.1057/rpm.2013.2

Kuokkanen, H. (2013). Responsibility in festivals and events: A competitive advantage. In M. Kozak, L. Andreu, J. Gnoth, S. Sibila Lebe, & A. Fyall (Eds.), Tourism marketing: On both sides of the counter (pp. 98–113). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Kuokkanen, H., & Rios-Morales, R. (2013). Developing sustainable competitive advantage in the tourism industry: A financial conceptual model. In I. Jenkins & R. Schoeder (Eds.), Sustainability in tourism: A multidisciplinary approach (pp. 123-136). Wiesbaden, [Germany]: Springer Gabler.

Kuokkanen, H. (2015). From marketing to managing a destination: The potential of collaborative revenue management. Proceedings of the EuroCHRIE 2015 Conference. Manchester: Metropolitan University.

Kuokkanen, H., & Sun, W. (2015). Social desirability and cynicism: Can we separate consumer emotions from actions in CSR surveys?. Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings (pp.1-1). Vancouver: Academy of Management.

Kuokkanen, H. (2016). Behavioural pricing opportunities in tourism destinations: a collaborative approach. International Journal of Revenue Management, 9(2/3), 186-200.

Kuokkanen, H., & Sun, W. (2016). Social desirability and cynicism: Bridging the attitude-behavior gap in CSR surveys. In N. Ashkanasy, C. Hartel, W. Zerbe (Eds.), Emotions and organizational governance: volume 12 (217-247). Bingley, West Yorkshire: Emerald.

de Leva, G., Zucco, C., & Lazarev, M. (2015, April 27-30). Hospitality enterprises and destination tourism competitiveness: The case of Naples. In Proceedings of the 2nd Corfu Symposium on Managing & Marketing Places (pp. 75-78). Corfu: Corfu Symposium.

Lee, J.J., & Glanz, L. (2012, October 25th-27th). Don't think there aren’t crocodiles because the water is calm’: A study of workplace conflict narratives from the Malaysian Hotel industry. In EuroCHRIE: Hospitality for a better World [Conference proceedings]. Lausanne, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Marr, M. (2015, May 14-15). The corporate social responsibility of MNCs in Eastern Europe. In 2nd Global Conference on International Human Resource Management [Conference proceedings]. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University.

Martín Jimenez, A., & Screti, F. (2009). Las páginas web de tres partidos políticos (PSOE, PP e IU) durante la campaña electoral de las Elecciones Generales Españolas de 2008. Análisis semiótico-lingüístico y retórico. Tonos Digital. Retrieved from https://www.um.es/tonosdigital/znum17/secciones/estudios-12-webpartidos.htm

Mihai Yiannaki, S., & Rios-Morales,  R. (2012). Fiscal pressure impact on bank labor in the Eurozone. In 5th Annual EuroMed Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business: Building new business models for success through competitiveness and responsibility [Conference proceedings] (pp. 1087-1101). Glion-sur-Montreux, Switzerland: EuroMed Press.

Mihai-Yiannaki, S., & Rios-Morales R. (2013). Editoral. Global Business and Economics Review, 15(2-3), 129-132.

Newnham, D.S. (2015). Facilitating the “Elite” in innovation acquisition: An overrated concept or, a necessity? The Journal of Quality Education, 6, 115-132.

Newnham, D. S. (2016). Clivages et passerelles entre chercheurs et praticiens. Etude du fonctionnement d’un « Change Laboratory » au Bostwana. In série Raisons Educatives: Le partage des savoirs dans les processus de recherche en éducation. Genève : Université de Genève - De Boeck Supérieur.

Newnham, D. S. (2016, July 7-9). The organization of people in distress: Unprogrammed, unintended and unstructured consequences for refugee women. Paper presented at the 32nd Egos Colloquium, Naples.

Newnham, D.S. (2014, December  20-21). Abstract forms of thinking: Adolescent bullying and suicide. In Proceedings of Second International Conference on Advances in Economics, Management and Social Study (pp.68-72). New York, NY: IRED Headquarters.

Novitskaya, O. & Davoine, E. (2011). Трансфер Западных HR практик в Украине. (Transfer of Western HR practices in Ukraine). Управление персоналом (Personnel management) – Украина (Ukraine), 9(216), 61-65.

Novitskaya, O., Davoine, E., Kabalina, V., & Voronina, A. (2012, October 24-25). Формирование практик УЧР в российских филиалах международных компаний: динамика стандартизации, адаптации и гибридизации. (The process of formation of HRM practices in Russian subsidiaries of Multinational Companies: standardization, adaptation and hybridization. Case of Russian subsidiaries). In 5th Annual Conference «Contemporary Problems in Management: Exploring the Boundaries (pp. 352-363). Moscow, Russia: School of Business Administration.

Novitskaya, O., & Davoine, E. (2013, March 15). Managing HRM in Ukraine. Conference paper of the IV International science conference: Modern economic theories and effective mechanism of management (pp. 40-42). Simferopol, Ukraine.

Novitskaya, O. (2015). The impact of host country effects on transferring HRM practices from western headquarters to Ukrainian subsidiaries. International Science Index: Economics and Management Engineering, 9(5), 1484- 1492.

Novitskaya, O., & Brewster, C. (2016). The impact of national context effects on HRM practices in Russian subsidiaries of western MNCs. Journal of East-West Business, 22(1), 1-27. doi: 10.1080/10669868.2015.1112335

O'Connor, N., & Kim, S. (2014). Pictures and prose: Exploring the impact of literary and film tourism. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 12(1), 1-17. doi:10.1080/14766825.2013.862253

O'Connor, N. (2015). Film Tourism. In C. Cater, B. Garrod & T. Low (Eds.). The Encyclopaedia of Sustainable Tourism (pp. 215-216). Oxford, United Kingdom: CABI.

O’Connor, N., & Macionis, N. (2015). Travel and tourism. In Introduction to hospitality: Welcome to hospitality experience.

O’Connor, N. (2014). Camelot in Ireland - JFK’s relationship with the ‘old sod’. Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

O’Connor, N. (2014). Global greening for St Patrick’s Day - Rolling out the green carpet overseas. Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

O’Connor, N. (2014). Ireland through a lens - From Cong to…..Hollywood, Mid Sweden University, Sweden.

Paulssen, M., & Catenazzo, G. (2015). No mercy for products: Recovery effects for products and services. Journal of Consumer Satisfaction, Dissatisfaction and Complaining Behavior, 28, 90-103.

Prince, D. (2012). American accreditation: Why do it?. Higher Learning Research Communications, 2(3), 45-51.

Reed, L., Swank, A., & Marr, M. (2016, July 13-15). Teaching and learning in a virtual student club: The learner collection. In 23rd International Conference on Learning: Education in the Age of the Anthropocene [Conference proceedings]. Vancouver, Canada: University of British Columbia.

Rios-Morales, R., & Brennan, L. (2010). The emergence of Chinese investment in Europe. Euromed Journal of Business, 5(2), 215-231. doi: 10.1108/14502191011065518

Rios-Morales, R., Gamberger, D., Jenkins, I., & Smuc, T. (2011). Modelling investment in the tourism industry using the World Bank’s good governance indicators. Journal of Modeling in Management, 6(3), 279-296. doi: 10.1108/17465661111183694

Rios-Morales, R. (2012, August 30-31). Foreign direct investment: Method of economic growth and poverty reduction. Keynote address at the 2nd Financial Research Conference, Research Foundation IMEF in collaboration with Ernst & Young. Querétaro, Mexico: Technology Institute of Monterrey. 

Rios-Morales, R., Aiello, L., & Cacia, C. (2012, June 27-28). Enhancing quality brand of tourism products using new IT applications. Proceedings of Cambridge Business and Economics Conference. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Murray Edwards College.

Rios-Morales, R., & Brennan, L. (2012, April 11-12). Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe. Research colloquium entitled Chinese Investment in Europe. Leeds, United Kingdom: Centre for International Business.

Rios-Morales, R., Ramady, M., & Brennan, L. (2012). GCC sovereign wealth funds: Challenges, opportunities and issues arising from their growing presence on the global landscape. In M. Ramady (Ed.), The Gulf Cooperation Council Economies: Stepping up to future challenges (pp. 237-250). New York, NY: Springer.

Rios-Morales, R., Gamberger. D., Schweizer, M., & Brennan, L., (2013). International environment features and Swiss foreign direct investment. Global Business and Economics Review, 15(2-3), 196 - 209. doi: 10.1504/GBER.2013.053069

Rios-Morales, R., & Crotts, J. (2013). Policy strategies for innovation in Switzerland. In D. Vrontis, & A. Thrassou (Eds.), Innovative business practices: Prevailing a turbulent Era (pp. 195-210). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Rios-Morales, R., Gamberger, D., & Jenkins, I. (2013). Modelling the interaction of tourism development. The Journal of Global Business Administration6(4), 283 - 298. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/JGBA.2013.058274

Robinson, J., & O’Connor, N. (2014). The successful integration of recreation and cultural/heritage in a rural setting – An Irish case stud. An international workshop of the Regional Studies Association (RSA) Research Network on Tourism and Regional Development, Evolution and transformation in tourism destinations: Revitalisation through innovation? Rovira i Virgili University, Catalonia, Spain.

Robinson, S., Gardiner, S., Karyotis, C., Kuokkanen, H., Morgan, J., & Sun, W. (2015). Rebuilding ethical governance to tackle systemic governance failures in private and public sectors. Proceedings of the 75th Annual meeting of the Academy of Management. Academy of Management. Vancouver, Canada: Academy of Management.

Rojas-Coll, H., & Kuokkanen, H. (2014). Current-state analysis of CSR orientations - a classification framework. Proceedings from the 11th EIASM Workshop on Corporate Governance (pp. 1-37). Brussels, EIASM.

Russell, K. A., & O’Connor, N. (2014). Strategic growth within emerging hotel markets: The case of Jumeirah hotel and resorts in Dubai. In I. S. Pantelidis (Ed.), Routledge Handbook of Hospitality Management (pp. 121-133). London: Routledge.

Russell, K. A., O’Connor, N., Fletcher, T., & Dashper, K. (2014). Sports mega-events and Islam: An introduction. In K. Dashper, T. Fletcher, & N. McCullough (Eds.), Sports Events, Society and Culture (pp. 189-204). London: Routledge.

Screti, F. (2009). Comunicación empresarial: el caso Inditex. Análisi, 39, 179-202.

Screti, F. (2009). Con ceta de zetapero análisis semiótico de la imagen de marca de José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero para las elecciones generales españolas del 9 de marzo de 2008. Pensar la Publicidad, 3(2), 49-72.

Screti, F. (2009). Una lengua cuatro lenguas: propuesta didáctica cuatrilingüe para la intercomprensión entre romanófonos. In L. Romero Aguilera, & C. Julià Luna (Eds.), Tendencias actuales en la investigación diacrónica de la lengua: Actas del VIII Congreso Nacional de la Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de Historiografía e Historia de la Lengua Española (pp. 489-504). Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona.

Screti, F., & Martín Jimenez, A. (2009). Análisis retórico y semio-lingüístico de las canciones de propaganda de dos partidos políticos (PP y PSOE) durante la campaña electoral para las Elecciones Generales Españolas de 2008. Oralia, 12, 307-331.

Screti, F. (2010). Comunicación empresarial: el caso Inditex. In J. Sueiro Justel (Ed.), III Congreso Internacional de Lingüística Hispánica (CILHIS): Novos investigadores en linguas e lingüística: actas (pp. 201-215). Lugo: Axac.

Screti, F. (2010). Futbol, guerra, naciones y política. Razón y Palabra, 74.

Screti, F. (2010). Llover y llorar una metáfora histórica. In M. T. Encinas Manterola et al. (Eds.), Ars Longa, diez años de AJIHLE (Vols. 1-2, pp. 447-460). Buenos Aires: Voces del Sur.

Screti, F. (2011). El ojo y la zeta: la propaganda electoral de José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero para las elecciones generales españolas de 2008. Cultura, Lenguaje y Representación, 9 (special issue on Politics and Discursive Practices), 199-224.

Screti, F. (2011). La banalización de la nación: el anuncio Vivamos como Galegos de supermercados GADIS. Comunicación, 9, 222-237.

Screti, F. (2011). Publicidad y propaganda: terminología, ideología, ingenuidad. Razón y Palabra, 78.

Screti, F., & Martín Jiménez, A. (2011). Rhetoric and argumentation in advertising: TV campaign let’s live like Galician. In F.H. van Eemeren, B.J. Garssen, D. Godden & G. Mitchell (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation (pp. 1778-1788). Amsterdam: Rozenberg/SicSat. 

Screti, F. (2012). Al Sur de ningún Norte: manipulación léxica, eufemización y ocultamiento de las desigualdades mundiales. Signo y Seña, 22, 235-261.

Screti, F. (2012). La granja nacionalista española: El Toro (español), la Vaca (gallega), el Burro (catalán), la Oveja (vasca) y el Jabalí (vasco), símbolos identitarios en competición. In T. Fernández Ulloa (Ed.), Ideology, Politics and Demands in Spanish Language, Literature and Films (pp. 358-379). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Screti, F. (2012). Postmodernismo y glocalismo en el raggamuffin de Fido Guido. In P. Couto Cantero et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 10th World Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies (IASS-AIS): Culture of Communication - Communication of Culture (pp. 279-290). A Coruña: Universidade da Coruña.

Screti, F. (2012). Publicidad en la política, política en la publicidad. Pensar la Publicidad, 6(1), 35-61.

Screti, F. (2013). Defending joy against the popular revolution: Legitimation and delegitimation through songs. Critical Discourse Studies, 10(2), 205-222. doi:10.1080/17405904.2013.764614

Screti, F. (2013). Fido Guido: postmodernismo y glocalismo en la música vernácula reggae-raggamuffin de Italia meridional. Cultura, Lenguaje y Representación, 11, 125-143.

Screti, F. (2013). Let's live like Galicians: Nationalism in advertising. Journal of Argumentation in Context, 2(3), 299-321. doi:10.1075/jaic.2.3.02scr

Screti, F. (2014). Noi: il pronome della nazione. In M. C. Janner, M. A. Della Costanza, & P. Sutermeister (Eds.), Noi Nous Nosotros. Studi romanzi, Études romanes, Estudios románicos (pp. 145-176). Bern: Peter Lang.

Screti, F. (2014). Spanish pasta: Food, advertising and nationalism. In T. Fernández Ulloa (Ed.), Changes, Conflicts and Ideologies in Contemporary Hispanic Culture (pp. 103-122). Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Screti, F. (2015). Partidos políticos e interactividad: el metadiscurso performativo. Apuntes de las elecciones generales españolas de 2008. Discurso & Sociedad, 9(3), 331-358.

Screti, F. (2015). The ideological appropriation of the letter <k> in the Spanish linguistic landscape. Social Semiotics, 25(2), 200-208. doi:10.1080/10350330.2015.1010321

Screti, F. (2016). La lengua como ideologema. Análisis de folletos de propaganda política de asociaciones estudiantiles de A Coruña. Sintagma Journal of Linguistics, 28, (in press).

Smith, M. (2014). Adapting City as Text and Adopting Reflective Writing in Switzerland. In Long, A. (Ed.), Writing on Your Feet: Reflective Practices in City as Text (pp. 63-71). Lincoln, NE: National Collegiate Honors Council.

Smith, M. (2013). Self as text: a model for innovators in honors teaching and learning. Paper presented at the International Honors Conference 2013 on Innovation, Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Smith, M. (2012). Self as text: adaptations of honors practice in Switzerland. Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council, 13(2), 101-106.

Tsoflios, J. (2014). The psychological contract; understanding changes in employment relations. Hotel Business Review.

Vanderbroeck, P. (2014). How can women leaders deal with competition for the top job? The example of Elizabeth I. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Business Psychologists, Reading, United Kingdom.

Vanderbroeck, P. (2014). Managing diversity. Paper presented at the HC Conference: New Leadership in Hospitals.

Vanderbroeck, P. (2014). Neither here nor there: leaders in transition. Paper presented at the 6th ESMT/KDVI Coaching Colloquium: “Transitions: Getting through ‘neither here nor there’ moments”, Berlin, Germany.

Vanderbroeck, P. (2014). Leadership for women: lessons from four queens on leadership and career development. Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag.

Virkkunen, J. & Newnham, D. S. (2013). The change laboratory: a tool for collaborative development of work and education activities. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Virkkunen, J. & Newnham, D. S. (2015). O laboratorio de mundança: ume ferramenta de desenvolvimento colaborativo para o trabalho e a educaçäo. Belo Horizonte, Brazil: Fabrefactum.

Virkkunen, J., Newnham, D.S., Nleya, P. & Engestroöm R. (2012). Breaking the vicious circle of categorizing students in school. Learning Culture and Social Interaction, 1(3/4), 183-192. DOI: 10.1016/j.lcsi.2012.08.003

Yvon, F., Ghaiguerova, L. A. & Newnham, D. S. (2013). Vygotsky under debate: two points of view on school learning. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 6(2), 32-43. DOI: 10.11621/pir.2013.0203

 

PUBLICATIONS

Book chapters

O'Connor, N. (2015). Film Tourism. In C. Cater, B. Garrod & T. Low (Eds.). The Encyclopaedia of Sustainable Tourism (pp. 215-216). Oxford, United Kingdom: CABI.

Book Reviews

O’Connor, N. (2016). [Review of the book Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism (7th ed.), by Kotler, P., Bowen, J. T., Makens, J. & Baloglu, S.]

Journals

Nash, E. & O’Connor, N. (2015). To investigate the socio-cultural impacts of The Gathering in County Clare, Ireland, International Hospitality and Tourism Student Journal, 7(1), 60-74.

O'Connor, N., Cowhey, A., S., & O’Leary, S. (2016). Social media and the Irish tourism and hospitality industry: the customer experience. e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR), 13(3/4).

Thompson, S. & O'Connor, N. (2015). An analysis of online marketing of hotels in Limerick City and County in Ireland, Contemporary Issues in Hospitality Student Journal, Hotel and Tourism Management Institute (HTMi), 7(2); 83-95.

Sherlock, J. & O’Connor, N. (2015). Research into the impact of technology in the events industry, International Hospitality and Tourism Student Journal, 7(1), 88-102.

Keynote conference presentations

O'Connor, N. (2015, June 2).  Destination Ireland; Does it do what it says on the tin? Paper presented at the EuroCHRIE Switzerland Mini-Conference: The Future of Destination Marketing and Management, Bulle, Switzerland: Glion Institute of Higher Education.

O’Connor, N. (2015).  Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT), Ireland, Erasmus+ Opportunities, University of Pannonia, Hungary. [1]

O’Connor, N. (2015). Destination marketing case studies in Ireland, University of Pannonia, Hungary.

O’Connor, N. (2015). The use of social media in the Irish tourism and hospitality industry, University of Pannonia, Hungary.

Conferences

Cantwell, L., O’Connor, N. & Barry, E. (2015, May 14-15). An evaluation of the Limerick City of Culture 2014 legacy for sport and physical activity, Paper presented at the Shannon Airport Sports Tourism Summit, Limerick, Ireland: University of Limerick.

Cantwell, L., O’Connor, N. & Barry, E. (2015, June 11-12). The impact of children’s physical activity habits after a mass participation sports event. Paper presented at The 11th Annual Irish Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference (THRIC): “Collaborative Sustainable Development – The Way Forward for Tourism”, Letterkenny, Ireland.

Cantwell, L., O’Connor, N. & Barry, E. (2015, October 14-18). The impact on children’s physical activity habits after a mass participation sports event. Paper presented at the 24th The Association for International Sport for All (TAFISA) World Congress: “Sport for All: The Ultimate Legacy”, Budapest, Hungary.

Cantwell, L., O’Connor, N. & Barry, E. (2016, April). An evaluation of the Limerick City of Culture 2014 legacy for sport and physical activity, Paper presented at the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) Europe’s 2016 Conference: “People, Process and Performance, Working Together Towards Tomorrow”, Shannon, Ireland.

Cantwell, L., O’Connor, N. & Barry, E. (2016, June 16-17). The impact on children’s physical activity habits after a mass participation sports event, Paper presented at The 12th Annual Irish Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference (THRIC): “A Taste of Tourism – Niche Perspectives”, Limerick, Ireland.

McGrath, A. & O’Connor, N. (2013, June 6). Developing a Social Media Marketing Strategy for SMEs in Limerick City. Paper presented at the Limerick Postgraduate Research Conference (LPRC): “What is the value of postgraduate research today? The Applicability of Postgraduate Research in Ireland”, Limerick, Ireland: Mary Immaculate College and University of Limerick.

McGrath, A. & O’Connor, N. (2015). Likes, Links and Retweets; a business guide to navigating the social media maze. In A. Mesquita, P. Peres (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Social Media (ECSM 2015), Porto, Portugal, 9-10 July 2015 (pp. 653-686). Redhook, NY.

McGrath, A. & O’Connor, N. (2015, June 11-12). Re-defining the role of the customer in social media marketing – a formula for success. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Irish Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference (THRIC): “Collaborative Sustainable Development: The Way Forward for Tourism”, Letterkenny, Ireland.

McGrath, A. & O’Connor, N. (2015, July 9-10). Social Media Changing Business for the Better: A practical guide. Paper presented at the 2nd European Conference on Social Media (ECSM 2015), Porto, Portugal.

McGrath, A. & O’Connor, N. (2016, April 20-22). Examining Social Media Usage by SMEs in the services sector – a content analysis approach, Paper presented at the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) Europe’s 2016 Conference: “People, Process and Performance, Working Together Towards Tomorrow”, Shannon, Ireland.

McGrath, A. & O’Connor, N. (2016, June 16-17). Examining Social Media Usage by SMEs in the services sector – a content analysis approach, Paper presented at The 12th Annual Irish Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference (THRIC): “A Taste of Tourism – Niche Perspectives”, Limerick, Ireland.

Nash, E. & O’Connor, N. (2015, June 11-12). To investigate the economic impact of the Irish film industry with particular emphasis on the tourism sector. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland Conference (THRIC): “Collaborative Sustainable Development: The Way Forward for Tourism”, Letterkenny, Ireland.

Nash, E. & O’Connor, N. (2016, April 20-22). The Force Awakens! Film induced tourism in Ireland, Paper presented at the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) Europe’s 2016 : “People, Process and Performance, Working Together Towards Tomorrow”, Shannon, Ireland.

Nash, E. & O’Connor, N. (2016, June 16-17). The Force Awakens! Film induced tourism in Ireland, Paper presented at The 12th Annual Irish Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference (THRIC): “A Taste of Tourism – Niche Perspectives”, Limerick, Ireland.

O’Connor, N. & Johnston, T. (2015, October 22-24). Developing a best practice social media model for rural tourism SMES in the Peak district, U.K., Paper presented at the 4th International M-Sphere Conference for Multidisciplinary in Science and Business, Dubrovnik, Croatia.


[1]Within the ERASMUS+

framework Dr. Noelle O’Connor Senior

Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality at LIT

visited the Faculty in March. The professor

held guest lectures on the social media

in tourism and destination marketing

case studies in Ireland. Furthermore she

participated actively in the programme

of the International Afternoon 2015 [march 11],

introducing her home institution and

home country to the Hungarian students. (http://www.gtk.uni-pannon.hu/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Newsletter_2015_...)