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Research in Hospitality Management (RHM) is a peer-reviewed journal publishing articles that make an original contribution to the
understanding of hospitality and to the theory and practice of international hospitality management.

The journal focusses on three main areas:

(1) “Hospitality (Management) Studies” includes articles related to the study of andthe study for hospitality. The study of hospitality refers to studies about the essence and ethics of hospitality from a social sciencesperspective, while the study for hospitality refers to a more disciplinary approach according to the quintessential managerial areas of Finance, Human Resources, Operations, Marketing & Sales, and Technology;

(2) “Hospitality Management Education” is devoted to articles about curriculum content and delivery methods for training and educating hospitality managers. Considering the size and scope of the hospitality industry, and the number of staff and students involved, studies on efficient, effective, and innovative ways of developing hospitality competencies are considered indispensable; (3) “Student Research Projects” allows excellent student work to be published. Student work can relate to excellent BA dissertations or MA theses.

RHM also accommodates short communications, working papers, book reviews, and discussion papers.

More information for this journal can be found here


Vol 8, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

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Elena Cavagnaro
Academy of International Hospitality Research Conference , 27–28 March 2018: slavery and liberation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Conrad Lashley 1-4
Slavery, neo-slavery and business ethics EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Conrad Lashley 5-10
Human trafficking in the hotel industry in the Netherlands: the fine line between service, responsibility and liability EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Erwin van der Graaf 11-16
Neo-liberalism and neo-slavery EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Conrad Lashley 17-22
Between globalisation and Brexit: Migration, pay and the road to modern slavery in the UK hospitality industry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Steve French 23-31
Together we stand stronger EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Marco Bevolo, Anique Gerrits 33-40
Behaviours and attitudes towards sustainable food provision on the part of Dutch restaurateurs EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lieke Sauer, Roy C. Wood 41-46
Networking dimensions and performance of event management ventures in Kenya EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jacqueline Cheptepkeny Korir 47-54
The impact of internal service quality on job satisfaction in the hotel industry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mukhles M. Al-Ababneh, Mousa A. Masadeh, Firas J. Al-Shakhsheer, Ma’moun A. Habiballah 55-62
Understanding how millennial hospitality employees deal with emotional labour EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hester Visser 63-66
Does the body modified appearance of front-line employees matter to hotel guests? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Verena Hopf 67-71
Sustainable tourism development in Amsterdam Oud-West EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Thea Noordeloos 73-77


ISSN: 2415-5152
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