Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, Volume 29, 2021


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Some specifics of Czech recreation and leisure studies’ students: Personality types based on MBTI
Ivo Jirásek, Tereza Janošíková, Filip Sochor, David Češka

Predicting entrepreneurial intentions of sports sciences students: A cross-cultural approach
María Huertas González-Serrano, Rómulo Jacobo González-García, Maria José Carvalho, Ferran Calabuig

Curriculum evaluation of tourism undergraduate programs in Turkey: A CIPP model-based framework
Hakan Tuna, Melek Başdal

The impact of student attendance on assessment specific performance in sport degree programs
Lewis A. Gough, Tom Duffell, Steven J. Eustace
Open Access
Using active learning strategies on travel and tourism higher education programmes in Ireland
Noëlle O’Connor

Career adaptability, future time perspective, and career anxiety among undergraduate students: A cross-national comparison
Soyoung Boo, Chunlei Wang, Miyoung Kim

Whence legitimate peripheral participation? De-trivializing the social dynamics around Chinese students’ doctoral research in the West
Yu Meng, W.G. Will Zhao

Open Access
Higher education and the sustainable tourism pedagogy: Are tourism students ready to lead change in the post pandemic era?
Carmen Mínguez, Carlos Martínez-Hernández, Claudia Yubero

Reasons for choosing an exercise and sport science degree: Attractors to exercise and sport science
Michael Spittle, Elisabeth G. Daley, Paul B. Gastin

Antecedents and outcomes of educational travel in higher education
Salott Chau

Examining the factors of experiential learning and teaching style: A case study of a hospitality and tourism program
Austin Rong-Da Liang

The impact of perceived education quality on tourism and hospitality students’ career choice: The mediating effects of academic self-efficacy
Onur Cuneyt Kahraman, Derya Demirdelen Alrawadieh

Role-Playing a staffing process: Experiential learning with undergraduate tourism students
Irene Huertas-Valdivia

Open Access
University students’ perception to online class delivery methods during the COVID-19 pandemic: A focus on hospitality education in Korea and Malaysia

Jeong-Ja Choi, Charles Arthur Robb, Mazalan Mifli, Zaliha Zainuddin

The effectiveness of podcasts in sport management education part two: A qualitative analysis
Duncan Johnston, Carter Rockhill, Donna Pastore

Using synchronous hybrid pedagogy to nurture a community of inquiry: Insights from a tourism Master’s programme
Stu Hayes, Hazel Tucker

Open Access
A tale of two classes: Tourism students’ cognitive loads and learning outcomes in face-to-face and online classes
Liwei Hsu

Open Access
The relationship between career adaptability, hope, resilience, and life satisfaction for hospitality students in times of Covid-19
Manuel Rivera, Valeriya Shapoval, Marcos Medeiros

Open Access
Socialising students for Philosophic Practice? An analysis of learning outcomes in tourism taught Master’s programmes
Stuart Hayes

Industry 4.0 technologies in tourism education: Nurturing students to think with technology
Eleonora Bilotta, Francesca Bertacchini, Lorella Gabriele, Simona Giglio, Pietro Salvatore Pantano, Tullio Romita

Conceptualization of diversity and inclusion: Tensions and contradictions in the sport management classroom
Molly Hayes Sauder, Jaime R. DeLuca, Michael Mudrick, Elizabeth Taylor

Learning tourism and hospitality subjects with massive open online courses (MOOCs): A cross-sectional and longitudinal study
Liwei Hsu

Family education? Unpacking parental factors for tourism and hospitality students’ entrepreneurial intention
Xiaotong Liu, W.G. Will Zhao

Long-term benefits of field trip participation: Young tourism management professionals share their stories
Sandra Sotomayor

Factors influencing Chinese tourism students’ choice of an overseas PhD program
Fangxuan (Sam) Li, Hongxia Qi, Qiang Guo

Open Access
Tour guiding practice and feedback in guide education: Lessons from London for Japan
Haidee Thomson, Naoko Tanaka, Kyoko Morikoshi

Open Access
How technology facilitates tourism education in COVID-19:case study of nankai University
Hanqin Qiu, Qinghui Li, Chenxi Li

Learning innovative entrepreneurship: Developing an influential curriculum for undergraduate hospitality students
Jeou-Shyan Horng, Han-Liang Hsiao, Chih-Hsing Liu, Sheng-Fang Chou, Yu-Chun Chung

Gamification and deep learning approaches in higher education
Lidia Aguiar-Castillo, Alberto Clavijo-Rodriguez, Lidia Hernández-López, Petra De Saa-Pérez, Rafael Pérez-Jiménez

Engaging students through authentic learning: Connecting with international tourism partners
Lisa Ruhanen, Megan Axelsen, Leonie Bowles

Tourism education in Spain’s secondary schools: The curriculums’ perspective
Miquel Angel Coll Ramis

The effect of professional expectations of tour guiding students on their professional motivation
Ümit Şengel, Mustafa Çevrimkaya, Burhanettin Zengin

What drives green experiential outcomes in tourism higher education?
Hung-Che Wu, Xiaolian Chen, Ya-Yuan Chang

Implementing community-based tourism (CBT): Lessons learnt and implications by involving students in a CBT project in Laelae Island, Indonesia
Ilham Junaid, Marianna Sigala, Azilawati Banchit

A personal learning environment (PLE) approach to mobile teaching and learning on a short-term study abroad
Wei Wei, Cynthia Mejia, Ruoxi Qi

Nature-based experiential learning as a framework for preparing responsible tourism practitioners
Kun Zhang, Hongyu Wang, Jingyue Wang, Chunlin Li, Jinyi Zhang

Fostering innovation competencies in tourism higher education via design-based and value-based learning
Giang Thi Phi, Helene Balslev Clausen

Tourism and hospitality in Brazil: A model for studies of education competencies
Claudio José Stefanini, Mirian Rejowski, Rafael Cunha Ferro

Exploring the role of a serious game in developing competencies in higher tourism education
Fernando Almeida, Zoltan Buzady, Ana Ferro

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