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My 9 to 5 – Parks, Recreation & Tourism
The possibilities in the parks, recreation, and tourism professions are endless and the University of Utah can facilitate an experience that provides skills, knowledge, and experience, preparing you for a lifetime effecting well-being and positive change in society. Our students, faculty, and staff are dedicated to enhancing quality of life through the provision of healthy, fulfilling, and sustainable leisure opportunities and management of the resources visited for these pursuits. We do this through undergraduate and graduate education of student majors who want to do something positive for our planet and all its inhabitants. To find out more, visit us at www.health.utah.edu/parks-recreation-tourism/index.php
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Research Snapshot  Visiting Friends and Relatives Tourism
Visiting Friends and Relatives Tourism
Tourism Research Centre - University of Greenwich
The Tourism Research Centre is an inter-disciplinary network of academics, researchers and research students who have a particular interest in any aspects of tourism studies. We look at various topics such as tourism policy, development and management of tourist destinations, heritage, wellness tourism, island tourism, and many others. For more info: https://www.gre.ac.uk/business/research/centres/trc
Report on MT tourism shows fewer visitors, but more spending in 2018
Even though fewer visitors came to Montana last year, a new research report by the University of Montana Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research states the tourists that did visit spent more money.
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Climate Change Press Conference: Tourism and Recreation
Climate shapes our natural environment and influences the ways we lead our lives. The ways we build our homes and roads, manage our farms, and use energy are all influenced by our unique Indiana climate. But our climate is changing and we need to understand what that will mean for Hoosiers. The Purdue Climate Change Research Center (PCCRC) is a collaborative hub for interdisciplinary research on climate change. From its inception, the PCCRC challenged itself to build a community of researchers working with the perspective that human and natural systems should be studied as an integrated whole.
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Park management research
John Daigle started his relationship with Acadia National Park as a park ranger while he was an undergraduate at the University of Maine. Now as a professor of forest recreation management, his work with Acadia continues in the form of park management research. Since the late 1990s, Daigle has researched topics including alternative transportation systems for the park and the environmental impacts of walking off trail on Cadillac Mountain. In tribute to Acadia’s centennial in 2016, UMaine Today is reflecting on the university’s relationship with the park, particularly in terms of significant research pertaining to the state. Read the full UMaine Today article online (https://umainetoday.umaine.edu/stories/2016/a-century-in-acadia).
Graduate programs: MSc Tourism and Hospitality
University of Guelph’s MSc in Tourism and Hospitality Management examines the economic, cultural and social principles that will shape tomorrow’s tourism and hospitality industry. Watch MSc graduate, Lena Liang, as she shares her research and graduate student experience at the University of Guelph alongside Director of the School of Hospitality, Food and Tourism Management, Statia Elliot. Transcript 00:00 – 00:01 [The video opens with title slide featuring College of Business and Economics logo and program name MSc Tourism + Hospitality.] 00:01 - 00:37 [Cut to medium shot of Statia Elliot speaking in an outdoor setting. Camera angles alternate as she speaks.] Statia Elliot: The Master's of Science program in Tourism and Hospitality is a very specialized program. It's a niche program, very much focused on research. It's very suited for individuals that want to carry on perhaps in a career in academia. Many go on to consider their PhD, which we also have here at the University of Guelph. It makes us unique as a university in Canada to have that depth of curriculum. A lot of our students also have an interest in going on to a career in research in hospitality and tourism, and really our program will prepare them for that like no other program. 00:37 - 00:52 [Cut to footage of University of Guelph sign, followed by medium shot of Lena Liang speaking outside of Macdonald Hall’s main entrance.] Lena Liang: Our master's program is designed for a two-year program, it varies depending on how you control your time, so it's a very flexible program. You don't have to take up to two years or you don't have to take three years to finish it. If you can do it, you can do it right away. 00:52 - 02:05 [Cut to Statia Elliot.] Statia: We bring in a small cohort each year, and they're in very small classroom settings, which gives them access to world renowned faculty and those faculty are actually the professors who are teaching the courses. [Cut to outdoor shot of Macdonald Hall.] The first year of their program they're undertaking course work, three courses in the fall, three in the winter, very focused on tourism who are experts in the area. The second year of the program they're undertaking their own research, and it can be a research program that's very much focused on their individual area of interest. This gives them the ability to customize and delve really deeply into a subject that they're very passionate about. We've had students study topics from the appeal of Airbnb, to studies comparing hotel pricing in Canada and China, to a student who looked at the issues around terrorism and its impact on travel these days, [Visuals cut to two photos of student in the Arctic.] and we have a student who looked at the educational dimensions of Arctic cruising while on a cruise ship in the Arctic. 02:06 - 02:56 [Cut to footage of “Purchase habits of Airbnb customers” being typed into a search engine on a computer, followed by footage of Lena talking about her research.] Lena Liang: My research topic is on Airbnb and why people will purchase Airbnb. So people actually care more about the local experience rather than the price. We were expecting for the price to be more affecting people to purchase Airbnb. [Cut to brief outdoor shot of Macdonald Hall main entrance. Return to Lena.] The professors here are very insightful and they use lots of very insightful theories and concepts that we use in the tourism area. They also offer different office hours so we can go and visit them, and just talk to them to get some ideas of what they are doing right now for their research projects. I think that is very helpful for me in terms of finding different ideas to get to know this area more. 02:57 - 03:05 [Cut to Statia Elliot.] Statia Elliot: We're looking for students that have a real curiosity in understanding and researching hospitality and tourism. 03:05 - 03:09 [Fade to screen with College of Business and Economics logo.]
Views: 2261 UoGuelph Business
Tourism and Recreation program at VIU travels the world
Students in the Tourism and Recreation program at VIU have opportunities to study and travel around the world.
Social Search in Tourism - Qualitative research Master Thesis
University: Hochschule Kempten, Germany Course of Studies: Innovations and Entrepreneurship in Tourism Management Master Thesis Topic: "Social Search in Tourism - effective positioning of tourist companies in online marketing in relation to the future development of search engines and social media." Occasion: 6th Annual E-Tourism Africa Summit Date: 9th and 10th of September 2013 Location: Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa Method: Qualitative interviews with some of the world's leading experts on online tourism. Including ZapTravel, Springnest, Triposo, Think! Social Media, E-Tourism Frontiers and WAYN.
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Clinton - Parks, Tourism & Recreation Management major
Clinton tells us why he loves the Parks, Tourism & Recreation Management degree program at the University of Montana
Bachelor of Tourism Management - Tourism Research
Tourism Management degree grad shares how she took advantage of several opportunities (study abroad, case competition) while at Capilano and through her instructors, discovered an area of the industry that fuelled her interest.
Sport, tourism and travel: high impact research
Find out more about the benefits of publishing with Routledge Sport, Tourism & Travel, including an overview of our high impact journals & society partnerships. About us: Taylor & Francis Group partners with world-class authors, from leading scientists and researchers, to scholars and professionals operating at the top of their fields. Together, we publish in all areas of the Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioural Sciences, Science, Technology and Medicine sectors. We are one of the world’s leading publishers of scholarly journals, books, eBooks, text books and reference works. For more sporting insights follow us at: https://www.facebook.com/tandfsport https://twitter.com/tandfsport To browse our 2600+ journals visit: http://www.tandfonline.com And learn more about Informa at: https://informa.com
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90 seconds of Co-op Hospitality, Tourism, Recreation, Museum Studies @ Georgian College
John Daggett, Co-op Consultant talks about what's coming up on our new YouTube Channel. #coopatGeorgian
Bachelor of Tourism Management - Hotel Career
Tourism Management Degree graduate tells us how her education helped land her dream job working with Fairmont Hotels & Resorts
Bryan Grimwood - Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo
Tourism in the Canadian Arctic has redefined the space as a leisure landscape. Amongst his research projects, Professor Bryan Grimwood is exploring these human-land interactions and advocating for social justice and responsible environmental management. https://uwaterloo.ca/recreation-and-leisure-studies/people-profiles/bryan-grimwood
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Behind the Research  |  Denise Anderson
Denise Anderson’s professional goal is to make sure everyone has the opportunities to participate in sports and recreation that she had. The Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management professor and associate dean in the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences draws real-life inspiration from the fictional Parks And Recreation and the TV show’s dynamic star. Subscribe ► https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=clemsonuniversity Instagram ► http://instagram.com/clemsonuniversity/ Twitter ► http://twitter.com/clemsonuniv/ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/clemsonuniv
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WVU Recreation, Parks and Tourism Resources
The mountains, forests, and streams of the Central Appalachian highlands provide a rich living laboratory for our teaching, service, and research programs. The Recreation, Parks, and Tourism Resources major prepares undergraduate students for careers providing outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities for a wide range of public, commercial, and non-profit agencies. This is a natural resource management degree program, emphasizing the ecological, economic, and social aspects of managing outdoor recreation and tourism resources. Our graduate program focuses on human dimensions of recreation, tourism and natural resources. We include a diverse group of publics in our training, research, and technical assistance programs such as policy-makers, tourists, communities, resource managers, entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, and private landowners. We aim to understand how human and organizational values, perceptions, attitudes, and behavior shape and are shaped by recreation, tourism, and natural resource management systems. Learn more about the Recreation, Parks and Tourism Resources degree programs at West Virginia University: http://recreation.wvu.edu/ WVU Admiisions: http://admissions.wvu.edu/ WVU Graduate Admissions:http://grad.wvu.edu/ Video from 2010
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Seminario de investigación on título " USER-GENERATED CONTENT IN TOURISM RESEARCH: PRACTICAL AND METHODOLOGY CONSIDERATIONS " Impartido por SVETLANA STEPCHENKOVA (Department of Tourism, Recreation, & Sport Management - Associate Director of the Eric Friedheim Tourism Institute - University of Florida) The rapid growth of information generated by consumers of tourism and hospitality services is part of the Big Data revolution. The Internet and mobile technologies provide individuals with power to instantaneously add “digital traces” while traveling and report on their experiences by reviewing airline, hotel, and restaurant services, lodging a customer complaint, documenting a travel experience, or uploading photos and videos. User-generated content is becoming a research mode alternative to surveying individuals and its applicability for tourism and hospitality applications is constantly expanding. This process presents both opportunities and challenges for tourism researchers.
WILD SCIENCE: Wilderness and Recreation
This short film, produced by the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, examines the issue of recreation science in wilderness areas. What constitutes recreation science, and why is it important for wilderness stewardship? In interviews with leading scientist and land managers, we examine these complex questions in the context of two beautiful but very different landscapes: The wilderness of the Shenandoah National Park in western Virginia, and wilderness areas in lands of southern Utah, managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
Recreation and Parks Management
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Views: 79 Christina Davis
Research in Sport & Recreation and Hospitality Management
This video was created in 2014 for SRM/HM 201 Foundations of Sport & Recreation and Hospitality Management at James Madison University by librarian Desirae Zingarelli-Sweet. Table of Contents: 00:00 - Introduction 00:59 - 1: Library Resources 01:02 - Library website 02:54 - Quick Search vs. Catalog vs. Databases 04:08 - 2: Information Types 04:40 - Industry Reports 05:11 - Company Profiles 05:43 - Articles 05:56 - Scholarly vs. Popular 06:06 - Statistics 08:30 - Off-Campus Access 08:45 - 3: Help 08:59 - Contact Info 09:49 - Recap Links to examples (JMU users only): -Industry report (IBISWorld)- http://clients1.ibisworld.com/reports/us/industry/default.aspx?entid=1662 -Company profile (Mergent Online)- http://www.mergentonline.com/companydetail.php?compnumber=94547&pagetype=synopsis -Scholarly article (Hospitality & Tourism Complete)- http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=hjh&AN=66866962&site=ehost-live&scope=site -Trade article (Hospitality & Tourism Complete)- http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=hjh&AN=60408613&site=ehost-live&scope=site -Statistics (BLS.gov)- http://www.bls.gov/ncs/ocs/sp/ncbl1604.pdf#55
Tarp Setups and Research for System Development
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Recreation Tourism
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Camping & Research
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Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism At Lakehead University (Full Broadcast)
Join us as we explore the Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Tourism (ORPT) program at Lakehead University! Did you miss this live event? Follow us on Facebook to never miss another Lakehead Live event! https://www.facebook.com/lakeheaduniversity/ With: Dr. Rhonda Koster, Director, School of ORPT Stephanie Potter, 4th Year, ORPT & Geography Paul Whipp, 4th Year, ORPT & Natural Science Skip to ... Introductions (0:19) The Outdoor Recreation Parks and Tourism Program (1:31) First-Year Courses (3:00) Required Equipment (12:30) Double Degree Options (14:23) Outdoor Recreation Students' Society (19:44) Upper Year Courses (27:25) Student Expeditions & Trips (32:55) Student Experience: Stephanie's Journey (39:46) Student Experience: Paul's Journey (42:24) International Exchanges (46:22) 4th Year Professional Development (47:13) Studying in Thunder Bay (51:49) STAY CONNECTED: Twitter ► http://twitter.com/mylakehead Facebook ► http://facebook.com/lakeheaduniversity Instagram ► http://instagram.com/mylakehead Snapchat ► http://goo.gl/vece0O
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IUP Taiwan Field Research 2018
Special thanks to IUP, UCONN, NTU, NTNU, NDHU, and the NSF for making this field experience possible. Music credit: OneRepublic "Life in Color"
Views: 222 Lindsey Aman
Family Vacations: History, Trends, & Current Research - Agates Part 1 of 3.wmv
Part 1 (of 3) "Family Vacations: History, Trends, and Current Research" -- Joel R. Agate and Sarah Taylor Agate speaking at the Vacation Matters Summit, August 2009 at Seattle University. Description: A look at the history of family vacations, the benefits and challenges of family vacations and the current status of family vacation research. About the speakers: Joel Agate is a doctoral student at Clemson University, South Carolina, whose research examines the role of recreation in increasing life satisfaction. Sarah Taylor Agate is a doctoral student in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management at Clemson University, with a focus on family recreation. This talk was presented at the Vacation Matters Summit, August 2009 at Seattle University, a project of Take Back Your Time. Video filming and production by Todd Boyle.
Views: 429 TakeBackYourTime
Fitness, Sport & Recreation - Danny
The Centre for Fitness, Sport, Recreation and Tourism is a leading provider of vocational education and training to the outdoor recreation, fitness, facility management, events, recreation, sport and adventure tourism industries.
Heart of Gold Project - Costa Rica
The Heart of Gold Costa Rica Community Empowerment Project: A Case Study of a Community-University Research Alliance David W. Robinson, PhD Department of Tourism and Recreation Management Malaspina University College British Columbia, Canada Costa Rica Research Partner Institutions: Earth University The Rainforest Alliance Costa Rican Community Organization Partners: The Nubotropica Foundation Sol Colibri Organic Farmers Association "I want to live, I want to give ... I crossed the ocean for a Heart of Gold" - Neil Young Initiated in 2004, the Heart of Gold project is a 'mutual learning and research alliance' between Malaspina University College, Canada and the rural Los Santos Region of Costa Rica. The project, undertaken collaboratively with local organic farming families, seeks to identify, implement and disseminate new models of coffee production and agro-tourism in ways that reduce community vulnerability and enhances pro-poor development and environmental health. Student research and work placements in Los Santos gives emphasis to building community capacity and generating small-scale locally owned agro-tourism activities. Skill and knowledge transfer to local residents supports the rights of rural communities to manage their natural resources through shared decision-making processes. Video produced by Turbo Productions - Tim "Turbo" Johnston - Producer (www.turboproductions.org)
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Lakehead Outdoor Recreation, Parks & Tourism
FUTURE STUDENTS Lakehead Virtual Tour: https://goo.gl/ktqe4 Browse our Viewbook Here: https://goo.gl/NtboNu Program Guide: https://goo.gl/dXpC06 Discover Lakehead University: https://goo.gl/sA3VnC STAY CONNECTED: Twitter ► http://twitter.com/mylakehead Facebook ► http://facebook.com/lakeheaduniversity Instagram ► http://instagram.com/mylakehead Snapchat ► https://www.snapchat.com/add/mylakehead
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Clemson University Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Overview
Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences School of Nursing Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Department of Public Health Sciences Department of Youth, Family and Community Studies Department of Communication Department of Political Science Department of Psychology Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
Research Spotlight - Golden Corner Respite
Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences School of Nursing Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management Department of Public Health Sciences Department of Youth, Family and Community Studies Department of Communication Department of Political Science Department of Psychology Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice
NMSDP International Falls Tourism and Recreation Team Project
Shawn Mason, Okechukwu (Okey) Ukaga and Tim Campbell discuss the International Falls, MN, Tourism and Recreation Team (TRT) project implemented in 2004 by University of Minnesota's Northeast Minnesota Sustainable Development Partnership.
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"Tourism, Recreation and Sport in Northern Social Economies" - M. Johnston, Lakehead University
Presentation given by Margaret Johnston during the Northern Summit on the Social Economy. The Summit was held in Whitehorse, Yukon from November 2nd - 4th, 2010 as a part of research activities of the Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada (SERNNoCa). For more information about this conference and SERNNoCa go to http://dl1.yukoncollege.yk.ca/sernnoca/Summit
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Re-engineering Tourism for the Anthropocene | Dr. Amelia Moore | BNHC 2016
Re-engineering Tourism for the Anthropocene: Cases from The Bahamas Presented by Dr. Amelia Moore Dr. Amelia Moore Dr. Amelia Moore Assistant Professor of Sustainable Coastal Tourism and Recreation Marine Affairs College of the Environment and Life Sciences University of Rhode Island [email protected] Visiting Professor (January-April 2016) School of Chemistry, Environmental & Life Sciences College of The Bahamas Bahamas Cell: 242 437 1817 The Anthropocene is a creative concept that unites many different forms of global environmental change under the mantel of anthropogenesis. In this talk, I argue that the concept is a geological indicator and scientific buzzword, and it is also a political tool with potential to redefine what policy makers and developers design for the future. One facet that is often overlooked is that the Anthropocene is a concept with commercial potential. In this paper, I investigate the commercial potential of the Anthropocene through the lens of sustainable tourism ventures in The Bahamas. Using examples from my long-term anthropological research on the subject in the country, I describe the ways in which the Anthropocene idea participates in the creation, redesign, and rebranding of island and coastal destinations as emergent tourism products. My goal is to explore and critique the creativity of the Anthropocene idea as its core themes are used as tools for capitalist and conservationist innovation. I will conclude by presenting future interdisciplinary research goals for The Bahamas that can assess the legitimacy of these emergent developments at the intersection of tourism, conservation, and sustainable development policy.
Transitioning from the Military to Hospitality, Tourism and Recreation Careers
This video explores the arts, media and entertainment industry as an area of potential career interest for military veterans and explains how they might transition their current career skills to it. The subject is a woman named Monique who wanted a civilian career in event management. Explore career fields, learn valuable career skills and connect with career advancers and virtual career mentors at http://www.goodprospects.org.
Kellie Walters, Clemson 3-Minute Thesis 2015; Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management
1st place: Impact of a novel after school program: Smart Fit Girls Clemson's graduate program in PRTM: http://www.clemson.edu/hehd/departments/prtm/academics/graduate/index.html Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) is a research communication competition developed by The University of Queensland which challenges graduate students to present a compelling oration on their research and its significance, in just 3 minutes, in language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.
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Karla Boluk, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo
Tourism in its current form is unsustainable. A more responsible approach can change this. Professor Karla Boluk examines the social impact commitments of tourism businesses. Read her full profile: https://uwaterloo.ca/recreation-and-leisure-studies/people-profiles/karla-boluk Learn more about related graduate programs: https://uwaterloo.ca/recreation-and-leisure-studies/future-graduate-students
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Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki
Description- Join Bill behind the scenes at the Chacote Outdoor Recreation research laboratory for a quick eat in the wild.
BeachTV Hot Tips Cool Jobs - Recreation & Leisure Studies
There are some jobs that are just plain fun. You can be a park ranger working to preserve our national parks, or maybe an adventure travel coordinator, organizing all kinds of adventure tours. Or maybe you want to work in the community and work as a parks and rec director. The opportunities are endless with a degree from Cal State Long Beach.
Views: 304 Beach TV CSULB
Ryerson Behind the Scenes:  Institute for Hospitality & Tourism Research
Interested in Hospitality and Tourism Management? Join Kelly-Ann on a brief tour of the Hospitality & Tourism Management Research Facility, where professors and students can work together on projects to facilitate innovative themes in the industry. To learn more about HTM Research, visit: http://www.htmresearch.ca/
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Kelty  Outdoor Outtakes
NOT your typical brand video. Kelty is #builtforplay
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School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism
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Around My School: School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism
See the School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism through the eyes of someone who knows it inside and out: a recent grad. Allysha will take you through Humber’s award- winning labs, studios, kitchens and other learning spaces. In 90 seconds she’ll give you the inside scoop on state-of-the-art facilities, innovative programming, expert faculty and extensive industry partnerships. You’ll hear from current students who will tell you about the faculty and work placement opportunities that are available.
Views: 8224 Humber College
Recreation and Leisure Studies: Therapeutic Recreation Concentration at USM
Through the Therapeutic Recreation Concentration at the University of Southern Maine (USM), students learn how to help people discover new experiences they may not have thought possible. USM maintains strong partnerships with care facilities, agencies, and programs to give students extensive, hands-on preparation for their future career paths.