Long after prelims and midterms week have ended, pre-finals and finals have taken its way to its last. Since the first two months of discussing the topics covered by the course subject THM 56 with the descriptive title of Hospitality
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Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research – Wine Tourism in Champagne. Charters, S & Menival, D 2011, ‘Wine Tourism in Champagne’, Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Research, vol. 35, no. 1, pp. 102-118, viewed, 6th May 2013, <http://jht. sagepub. com/content/35/1/102.
Hospitality is an undeniable aspect of the civilized world as testified by various literatures from all over the world. A warm and friendly reception of guests is considered as mandatory by many cultures around the world. Albeit, the face of
Hospitality management, in hotel and restaurant management, is a very interesting and challenging program, which has become a popular career choice for most of the young generation in this century. This is a diploma program, which provides students the opportunity
E-tourism or electronic tourism is a part of electronic trade which involves with various technologies including information and communication sector, marketing sector, strategic planning and so forth (Waghmode and Jamsandekar, 2013). Buhalis (2003), mentioned, e-tourism is nothing but the digitisation
Introduction The aim of these assignments are to assess the outcome of students’ learning in terms of knowledge acquired, understanding developed and skills or abilities gained in relation to achieve the learning outcomes (LO) and assessment criteria with reference to