The completed PhD study focuses upon urban environments and their interpretation by incoming tourists. This is assessed and statistically measured by the views of cultural groups.
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Dr Martine Claire Middleton joined the department in January 2000 is a Senior Lecturer in Tourism and Leisure. She has spent several years working in the tourism industry in the UK and overseas whereby she gained vocational experience in some of the major travel and tourism organisations. Upon returning to education, her postgraduate research addressed the management of human resources within the private sector of tourism. Further research activity investigated the influential factors towards tourism destination management and the role of the public sector. Martine received her PhD in environmental psychology and retains a keen interest in innovative research design and techniques. Martine has been teaching in universities for fifteen years and specialises in tourism management. A dedicated area is research methodology and in particular the application of theory with practice within both academic and vocational domains. Current research developments and publications centre upon the changing roles of cities and the way in which they are environmentally managed. She has published in both books and journals and contributed at many international tourism conferences throughout Europe.
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