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With the increased proliferation of programs throughout the United States and the world, it is very timely to hold this forum on present trends and issues in curricula for tourism and commer cial recreation. And, it is especially appropriate because this appears to be the very first time at a...
In the fall of 1982, the Department of Hotel and Restaurant Administration at Florida State University initiated a curriculum review to determine the strengths and weaknesses of its cur rent curriculum. Part of the study examined existing programs throughout the country. The twenty-five programs...
This paper is the first part of a two phase exploratory study of research in the food service in dustry. In this first phase an analysis of the nature of a limited sample of research relative to the food service industry is undertaken. Findings reveal that the vast majority of research ac...
This section is intended to supply the readers with quick informa tion on recent developments in Hospitality Education and Research. Research Notes may consist of: (1) new research findings including preliminary data from pilot studies; (2) reports on small research pro jects not requiring...
Constant changes in the U.S. Hospitality and Tourism industries require organizations to pursue an ongoing process of gathering information about trends in their respective en vironments. These changes call not only for systematic assessment of the environment but also require a high degree of...
This section is intended to accommodate short viewpoints related to hospitality education and research, rejoinders, commentaries, and rebuttals on the contents of H.E.R. Manuscripts in this section are not refereed. However, the Editor reserves the right to evaluate materials for their...
This paper deals with the growing awareness of the need to have students develop thinking skills. Emphasis is on the instructional goals of a course in volume food management and the teaching methodology used to encourage critical thinking. The specific teaching strategy of one instructor is...
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