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Anonymous, (2017) An Analysis of How Terrorism and Political Instability has Influenced the Opinions and Movements of British Tourists. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An Evaluation of the Industrial Placement module and its role within Academic Core Curriculum. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An Exploratory Study of how Arts and Cultural Festivals Most Effectively Develop New Audiences through Widening Access. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An Investigation of Festival Motivations: A Case Study of Celtic Connections. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An Investigation to Determine the Impact Event Design has on the Relationship between Quality and Satisfaction for the Event Attendee. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Love and hate relationship between hotels and Online Travel Agencies - an investigation into contemporary revenue management in 4 and 5 star hotels in Edinburgh. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Management and Leadership within Casual Dining Restaurants: The Impact on Employee Satisfaction. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) The New Portuguese Migrants working in the Hotel Industry in Edinburgh: Motivations, Expectations and Realities. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Sustainable Event Management: A Study of Environmental Sustainability at UK Music Festivals. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) Transforming People, Transforming Organisations? An Investigation of Transactional and Transformational Leadership within Hospitality, examining the UK hotel Sector. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An analysis of how an individual’s motivations are affected after a negative event experience and the impacts on repeat attendance intentions. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An analysis of the components that contribute to cultural norms having an effect on the proceedings of modern day weddings. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A critical investigation into the decision making factors of tourists staying in all-inclusive resorts, surrounding sustainability. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) The effects of increasing cruise passenger numbers: A case study of the Orkney Islands. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An exploration into the impacts of event greenwashing on attendees’ perception of green events and sustainable consumption: A case study of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An exploration into the motivations and satisfaction levels of sport event volunteers: A case study of the 2016 Edinburgh Marathon Festival (EMF). Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An exploration into the motivations of both attendees and volunteers of charity and commemorative events, focusing on Legion Scotland and Remembrance Sunday. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An exploratory study into T in the Park recent venue change, and the effect this has specifically on the visitor loyalty and festival resilience. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An exploratory study of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games ability to advance cultural impacts through technology. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An exploratory study of the perception of employment generated from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games by Local Residents. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2015) An exploratory study of the sustainable legacy created by the London 2012 Olympic Games in the host community, Stratford. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation into attendee motivations at rugby union games held in Scotland: A comparison of a regional and an international game. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation into innovation measurement and its impact on customer satisfaction and performance of visitor attractions, a case study of Rosslyn Chapel. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2016) An investigation into maternal perceptions of social pressure to buy into consumerism culture created by hosting children’s birthday parties amongst mothers in Edinburgh. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation into student food choice. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation into the consumer behaviour of students when shopping online for clothes. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation into the motivations for adolescents attending street dance competitions: Exploring the service quality and identifying the satisfaction gained. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation into the motivations of attendees to superclubs in Ibiza and how these might differ by market segmentation. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation of event-led regeneration: Does this have an impact on attracting visitors to a destination? Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) An investigation on how social media influences 18 to 30 year olds in Edinburgh when planning their holiday. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) A modification of the UTAUT model to critically analyse the satisfaction levels when using self-service technologies in 4- and 5-star hotels. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

Anonymous, (2017) The provisions by the Scottish museum industry in support of children on the autistic spectrum. Other thesis, Queen Margaret University.

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Buscemi, Francesco (2014) National culinary capital how the state and tv shape the 'taste of the nation' to create distinction. PhD thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh.

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