David Scott
David Scott
Dalarna University, Sweden
Adresse e-mail validée de business.otago.ac.nz
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The mobilities of hospitality work: An exploration of issues and debates
T Duncan, DG Scott, T Baum
Annals of tourism research 41, 1-19, 2013
1812013
The authentic market experience of farmers’ markets
CM Hall, L Sharples
Food and wine festivals and events around the world, 209-243, 2008
292008
Back to the Future: The Affective Power of Food in Reconstructing a Tourist Imaginary
DG Scott, T Duncan
The Future of Food Tourism: Foodies, Experiences, Exclusivity, Visions and …, 2015
102015
A critical turn in hospitality and tourism research
R Mitchell, D Scott
The handbook of food research, 2013
92013
Farmers’ markets as events for local cultural consumption: The Otago Farmers’ Market (Dunedin, New Zealand) explored’
R Mitchell, D Scott
Food and wine festivals and events around the world, 286-300, 2008
92008
Hospitality’s Others: A Conversation
S Hall, D Scott
Sally Tallant and Paul Domela, The Unexpected Guest: Art, Writing and …, 2012
62012
Dalarna, Sweden: Conflicted touristic representations of a place on the fringe
D Scott, A Pashkevich
Perspectives on rural tourism geographies, 63-82, 2019
52019
Socialising the stranger: Hospitality as a relational reality
DG Scott
52006
Socialising the stranger: Hospitality as a relational reality
DG Scott
52006
The practice of everyday life performed away from home: A reflexive ethnography of a group tour
DG Scott
PhD, 2015
32015
Symbolic interactionism
S Scott
The Routledge Companion to Criminological Theory and Concepts, 223-226, 2018
22018
Understanding Foucault, understanding modernism
D Scott
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2017
22017
Surviving and Thriving in Southern Dalarna, Sweden: Pandemic Stories from a Food Network
A Pashkevich, D Scott
Regional Studies Association" Regions in Recovery Building Sustainable …, 2021
2021
Imagining the possibilities–food as leisure in a fragmented world: part 2
D Scott, T Duncan
Annals of Leisure Research 23 (5), 567-572, 2020
2020
Imagining the possibilities–food as leisure in a fragmented world. Part 1
D Scott, T Duncan
Annals of Leisure Research 23 (4), 463-473, 2020
2020
The Practice of Everyday Life Performed Away from Home: A Reflexive Ethnography of a Group Tour: a Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, University of Otago …
DG Scott
University of Otago, 2014
2014
The critical turn in tourism studies: creating an academy of hope
D Scott
Annals of Leisure Research 16 (2), 177-179, 2013
2013
A Critical Turn in Hospitality and Tourism Research
D Scott, R Mitchell
Bloomsbury Academic, 2013
2013
Farmers' markets as events for local cultural consumption: The Otago Farmers Market (Dunedin New Zealand) explored
D Scott, R Mitchell
Elsevier, 2008
2008
Book Review: Imagining Evil
D Scott
Theology 100 (794), 129-130, 1997
1997
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