Case Study Methodology in Hospitality Research

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This workshop focuses on the applicability, benefits and challenges of using case studies in hospitality research

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The use of the case study approach as a method in hospitality is generally questioned due to the lack of knowledge in terms of the applicability of qualitative case studies. The aim of this workshop is to increase the recognition of the use of qualitative case studies both in their doctoral thesis and future possible research. It also aims to provide doctoral candidates with a deeper and better understanding of the use of case studies and thus strives to shed light on the areas of concern.

Participants will learn the following:

  • Understanding the nature of qualitative case studies;
  • Trustworthiness in qualitative case studies
  • Determining the unit of analysis in qualitative case studies
  • Types of data sources in qualitative case studies.

Workshop facilitator: Dr. Kadir Çakar

Kadir Çakar, PhD, is currently working as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Tourism at Mardin Artuklu University. His PhD examined the motivations and experiences of travellers visiting Gallipoli Peninsula within the context of dark tourism. His main research areas include Qualitative Research, Dark Tourism, Tourist Destination Governance, Information Communication Technologies, Crisis Management, Sustainable Tourism and Sharing Economy. His recent paper in Cornell Hospitality Quarterly explores case study as a method in Hospitality and Tourism Research.

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