Handbook of Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality Management
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Handbook of Research Methods for Tourism and Hospitality Management

Edited by Robin Nunkoo

As research in tourism and hospitality reaches maturity, a growing number of methodological approaches are being utilized and, in addition, this knowledge is dispersed across a wide range of journals. Consequently there is a broad and multidisciplinary community of tourism and hospitality researchers whom, at present, need to look widely for support on methods. In this volume, researchers fulfil a pressing need by clearly presenting methodological issues within tourism and hospitality research alongside particular methods and share their experiences of what works, what does not work and where challenges and innovations lie.
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Chapter 32: Conducting mixed methods in tourism and hospitality management: applications in competitive strategy, management systems, and sustainability practices

José F. Molina-Azorin, Xavier Font, María D. López-Gamero, Jorge Pereira-Moliner, Eva M. Pertusa-Ortega and Juan J. Tarí

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to examine the main characteristics and benefits of mixed methods. The chapter aims to help tourism scholars to become more familiar with this approach, providing the literature base and examining two key aspects: why and how to use mixed methods. Several examples of mixed methods works in tourism are examined.

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