Professor Rebecca Finkel, PhD
Professor Rebecca Finkel, PhD
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‘Being an academic is not a 9–5 job’: long working hours and the ‘ideal worker’in UK academia
K Sang, A Powell, R Finkel, J Richards
Labour & Industry: a journal of the social and economic relations of work 25 …, 2015
" Dancing around the Ring of Fire": Social Capital, Tourism Resistance, and Gender Dichotomies at Up Helly Aa in Lerwick, Shetland
R Finkel
Event Management 14 (4), 275-285, 2010
A picture of the contemporary combined arts festival landscape
R Finkel
Cultural Trends 18 (1), 3-21, 2009
Hospitality as a human phenomenon: Host–guest relationships in a post-conflict setting
S Causevic, P Lynch
Tourism and Hospitality Planning & Development 6 (2), 121-132, 2009
Multispecies leisure: Human-animal interactions in leisure landscapes
P Danby, K Dashper, R Finkel
Leisure Studies 38 (3), 291-302, 2019
Events and community development
A Jepson, A Clarke
Research themes for events, 6-17, 2013
Sex trafficking and the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games: Perceptions and preventative measures
CM Matheson, R Finkel
Tourism Management 36, 613-628, 2013
Cultural festivals and the city
R Finkel, L Platt
Geography Compass 14 (9), e12498, 2020
Diversifying the creative: Creative work, creative industries, creative identities
R Finkel, D Jones, K Sang, D Stoyanova Russell
Organization 24 (3), 281-288, 2017
The ‘dirty downside’of global sporting events: Focus on human trafficking for sexual exploitation
R Finkel, ML Finkel
Public Health 129 (1), 17-22, 2015
Accessibility, inclusion, and diversity in critical event studies
R Finkel, B Sharp, M Sweeney
Routledge, 2019
Tensions between ambition and reality in UK combined arts festival programming: Case study of the Lichfield Festival
R Finkel
International Journal of Event Management Research, 2006
Re-imaging arts festivals through a corporate lens: A case study of business sponsorship at the Henley Festival
R Finkel
Managing Leisure 15 (4), 237-250, 2010
“Doing gender” in critical event studies: A dual agenda for research
K Dashper, R Finkel
International Journal of event and festival management 12 (1), 70-84, 2021
Accessibility, diversity, and inclusion in the UK meetings industry
K Dashper, R Finkel
Journal of Convention & Event Tourism 21 (4), 283-307, 2020
Events and social capital.
L Misener
Research themes for events, 18-30, 2013
Legitimizing leisure experiences as emotional work: A post‐humanist approach to gendered equine encounters
R Finkel, P Danby
Gender, Work & Organization 26 (3), 377-391, 2019
Participatory research: Case study of a community event
R Finkel, K Sang
Critical event studies: Approaches to research, 195-211, 2016
Introduction to special issue on social justice & events-related policy
R Finkel
Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events 7 (3), 217-219, 2015
Research Themes for events
R Finkel, D McGillivray, G McPherson, P Robinson
Cabi, 2013
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