Identifying, Exploring, and Understanding Diversity through the Study of Specific Cultural Interactions: A Case Study
The study of specific cultural interactions can provide an effective tool for students to expand their knowledge and understanding of the dimensions of diversity.
||Diversity, Culture, Cultural Interactions, Tourism, Australian Higher Education
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp.33-44.
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Gary Best joined the School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management at La Trobe University in late 1996. Prior to that Gary was Associate Dean, School of Economics and Commerce, and Associate Head, School of Commerce, La Trobe University. Gary is currently the External Programs Co-ordinator. He has a high level of administrative and management expertise, including strategic planning and the analysis of organisational cultures. Gary's research interests are in heritage, distinctive cultural interactions in touristic contexts, and commodification. Gary has been a cultural tourist since he first set off for London in 1976. His other areas of interest include popular culture, and automotive history.
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