Dr Carl Cater
Associate Professor in Tourism Marketing
Business
Telephone: (01792) 606199
Room: Office 306 - 306
Third Floor
School of Management
Bay Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • Tourism
  • Adventure tourism
  • Ecotourism
  • Marine toursm

Publications

  1. & Reworking Student Understanding of Tourism Mobility: Experiences of Migration and Exchange on a Field Trip. Tourism Planning & Development 15(5), 600-613.
  2. & Reworking Student Understanding of Tourism Mobility: Experiences of Migration and Exchange on a Field Trip. Tourism Planning & Development 15(5), 600-613.
  3. TOURISM & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT. JOURNAL ON TOURISM & SUSTAINABILITY 1(2), 93-94.
  4. & Adventure racing and active lifestyles. Annals of Leisure Research 21(5), 605-611.
  5. Marine and Coastal Tourism. In Marine and Coastal Resource Management: Principles and Practice..

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Teaching

  • MN-2563 Entrepreneurship for Tourism Experiences

    This module will explain the growth in experiential tourism and how it is situated within contemporary destination management. It will include an appreciation of the history of tourism, leisure practice and relationships to environment and landscape, and explain consumer motivations and models. It will also show how entrepreneurs have developed activity tourism within destinations to broaden the tourist product. Theories and issues associated with entrepreneurial tourism will be illustrated using case study material and issues important to management of tourism activities in a commercial setting will be identified. Students will be able to show an appreciation of product and programme development strategies in theory and practice and discuss and evaluate risk management strategies. Leadership skills and the use of these by entrepreneurs in adventurous and non-adventurous activities will also be identified as well as an evaluation of strategies and techniques for managing activity within protected areas.

  • MN-M582 Tourism Study Tour

    Tourism development brings a range of challenges and impacts that may only be observed first hand. This course combines a discussion of tourism development with a visit to a tourism destination. Students will investigate the destination development and interact with relevant tourism operators, marketers and policy makers. Students will also interact with the host community and develop tools for community-based tourism in a problem-based learning scenario.

Supervision

  • Understanding the Role of Authenticity in the Luxury and Mid-Class Hospitality Experience (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Carl Cater
    Other supervisor: Prof Brian Garrod
  • Cultural Value of the Llangollen Eisteddfod. Understanding its digital Audience. (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Carl Cater
    Other supervisor: Prof Brian Garrod
  • School trips and experiential learning in eastern Indonesia (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Nigel Morgan
    Other supervisor: Dr Carl Cater
  • DEVELOPING A MEASUREMENT SCALE FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM EXPERIENCE BASED ON UNDERWATER CULTURAL HERITAGE TOURISM: A CASE STUDY (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Brian Garrod
    Other supervisor: Dr Carl Cater
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    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Nigel Morgan
    Other supervisor: Dr Carl Cater