KetsoLego Serious Playmountain tourismtourism in developing economiesnon-profit tourismmethodologyvolunteer tourism
I am a Post-doctoral Research Fellow at ICRETH at the Leeds Beckett University. I take a critical approach to tourism studies and my interests include volunteer tourism, non-profit tourism, tourism in developing economies, creative methodologies and mountain tourism. My Doctoral research examined the social construction of the New Zealand World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms programme (WWOOFing). I have an interest in creative qualitative tools for data collection and stakeholder engagement. I am specialised in creative research methodologies and I am a certified Lego Serious Play facilitator and an active practitioner of the Ketso technique.
Tourism and ‘dirt’: A case study of WWOOF farms in New Zealand
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management (2018) 35