Investigating tourism and hospitality in Pompeii: enrichment through collaboration

Kevin D. O'Gorman, Ian Baxter, Bernadette Scott

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    Abstract

    Hospitality and tourism research continues to broaden through an ever-increasing dialogue and alignment with a greater number of academic disciplines. This paper demonstrates how an enhanced understanding hospitality and tourism can be achieved through synergy between archaeology, classics and sociology. It focuses on classical Roman life, in particular Pompeii to illustrate the potential for research synergy and collaboration; to advance the debate on hospitality and tourism research and to encourage divergence in research approaches.

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    Conference16th Annual CHME Hospitality Research Conference
    CityOxford
    Period1/01/00 → …

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    Tourism
    synergy
    research approach
    divergence
    archaeology
    sociology
    dialogue

    Keywords

    • tourism
    • hospitality
    • leisure

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    O'Gorman, K. D., Baxter, I., & Scott, B. (2007). Investigating tourism and hospitality in Pompeii: enrichment through collaboration. Paper presented at 16th Annual CHME Hospitality Research Conference, Oxford, .
    O'Gorman, Kevin D. ; Baxter, Ian ; Scott, Bernadette. / Investigating tourism and hospitality in Pompeii: enrichment through collaboration. Paper presented at 16th Annual CHME Hospitality Research Conference, Oxford, .
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