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Career perceptions of undergraduate tourism students: a case study in Turkey
(Elsevier Ltd, 2007-05)
The characteristics of tourism employment and careers have been widely documented. Although the development of the tourism industry can create new employment opportunities, it is often criticised for providing primarily ...
Relationship between leadership power bases and job stress of subordinates: example from boutique hotels
(Emerald Publishing Limited, 2006)
Purpose – To examine the influence of leadership power bases on subordinates’ job stress at boutique hotels. Design/methodology/approach – A total of 400 subjects (20 managers and 380 non-managerial employees) participated ...
Impact of centralised istructional supervision on teachers: a case study of a private secondary school in Turkey
(University of Malta * Faculty of Education, 2000)
Examined implementation of centralized instructional supervision at a private Turkish secondary school, exploring administrators', department heads', and teachers' perceptions of this system's impact on all aspects of ...
Pay-back; can students evaluate their instructors: dilemmas and problems.
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001)
Does a school make a difference? perceptions of an ‘effective school’
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2002)
This article examines perceptions of an effective school considering relevant literature, teachers’, administrators’ and students’ judgments. It discusses effectiveness as it applies to private school systems operating in ...
The relationship between destination performance, overall satisfaction, and behavioral intention for distinct segments
Destination performance, visitor satisfaction, and favorable future behavior of visitors are key determinants of destination competitiveness. Most empirical work, assuming that overall tourist population is homogenous, ...
School-based supervision at a private Turkish school: a model for improving teacher evaluation
(Taylor & Francis Inc., 2002)
All aspects of work, and even play, require an allusive entity called supervision. Supervision models vary from loosely organized structures to strict activity overview. The `instructional supervisory role' may be performed ...
Focusing on evaluation of teacher development? a model for school-based supervision
(Turk Egitim Dernegi,Turkish Education Association, 2002)
AH aspects of woık, and even play, retjuire an allusive entity called supervision, Supervision models vary from loosely organized structures, to strict aclivity overview. The ‘instructional supervisoıy role’ may be one or ...
Gateway to the real world, industrial training: dilemmas and problems
(Pergamon Press, 2001-02)
In today's competitive society, students are faced with a selective job market which places premium on experience. Hands-on experience cannot be imparted through lectures. It can only be gained through direct activity, ...
Are we teaching what we should? dilemmas and problems in tourism and hotel management education
(Cognizant Communication Corporation, 2002)
There is a growing demand for professionally educated and trained staff in the Tourism and Hotel Management (THM) sector as the whole industry attempts to meet expanded consumer wants and desires. This article examines the ...