LECTURER IN TOURISM Geography and Environmental Science 0151 291 3110 Science firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently my research interests include stakeholder theory and engagement, tourism policy, power, destination management and seaside tourism. I am particularly interested in how stakeholder networks can be used as a vehicle for regenerating destinations. Furthermore, I am developing some research interests on the island of Malta.
My teaching interest widely cover destination management, strategic management of destinations and tourism organisations, and post-mass tourism with a focus on dark tourism as well as cultural and heritage tourism.
2005 BA(Hons, First Class) Tourism Management, University of Hull
2009 PGCert in Research Training, University of Hull
2012 PhD, thesis “Power, Stakeholders and the Theory of Planned Behaviour: Understanding Stakeholder Engagement in an English Seaside Context”, Hull University Business School, University of Hull
2015 PGCHE (with Distinction), Liverpool Hope University