This article discusses the practicalities of developing interdisciplinary research, identifying associated risks, challenges and opportunities. It reflects on the role of common concepts and contexts for creating intellectual contact zones between disciplinary specialists and colleagues working in applied areas of hospitality and tourism. The article goes on to identify and evaluate different knowledge creation and publication strategies for interdisciplinary research, distinguishing between four types: provocative importation, conservative refinement, provocative exportation and radical pathmaking.
Oxford School of Hospitality Management
Year of publication: 2020Date of RADAR deposit: 2020-02-27
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