• Views from the top and below: an exploration of what intersectionality brings to sectoral research

      Mooney, S; Ryan, I (Institute for Intersectionality Research and Policy, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 2014)
      The impact of gender and other embodied diversity markers is rarely mentioned in the burgeoning literature on careers. In contrast, feminist scholarship recognises the multiple ways gender, race/ethnicity, age, class and/or ...
    • Whose Diwali is it? The case of the Indian Community and Auckland City Council

      Booth, A (School of Hospitality and Tourism, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      This paper interrogates the ways that governmental agendas may affect the representation and expression of cultural identity. I trace factors that have transformed the production of Diwali, in Auckland, New Zealand. In ...
    • Work-life balance: comparative international perspectives from Hospitality workers

      Deery, M; Harris, C; Baum, T; Williamson, D; Jago, L (University of South Australia/Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE), 2011)
      The issue of work life balance (WLB) has attracted the attention of researchers for some time now, due mainly to the impact on personal and professional lives as well as the organisation's productivity. In the 24/7 labour ...