We suggest you start by choosing one or two books listed below to delve into – perhaps from a module you are particularly interested in, or a module you feel might be particularly challenging.
You can also check out the modules expander on each of our course pages for more information on the modules/topics covered in your course and other useful reading materials to help you prepare for your studies.
Module: MN-1006 Managing People
- Burawoy, M. & Wright, E.O. (1990) Coercion and Consent in Contested Exchange. Politics & Society. [Online] 18 (2), 251–266. Available from: doi:10.1177/003232929001800206.
- Briken, K. & Taylor, P. (2018) Fulfilling the “British way”: beyond constrained choice-Amazon workers’ lived experiences of workfare. Industrial Relations Journal. [Online] 49 (5-6), 438–458. Available from: doi:10.1111/irj.12232.
- Tony J. Watson (2006) Organising and managing work: organisational, managerial and strategic behaviour in theory and practice / Tony J. Watson. 2nd edition. Harlow, Pearson Longman.
- Behling, F. & Harvey, M. (2015) The evolution of false self-employment in the British construction industry: a neo-Polanyian account of labour market formation. Work, Employment & Society. [Online] 29 (6), 969–988. Available from: doi:10.1177/0950017014559960.
Module: MN-1016 Marketing
- David Jobber 1947- author. (2020) Principles and practice of marketing / David Jobber and Fiona Ellis-Chadwick. Ninth edition. Fiona Ellis-Chadwick author. (ed.). London:McGraw-Hill.
Module: MN-1020 - The Business of Tourism
- Cooper & Fletcher – Tourism: Principles and Practice
- Holloway & Humphreys – The Business of Tourism
- Fletcher, Fyall, Gilbert & Wanhill – Tourism: Principles and Practice
- Page & Connell – Tourism: A Modern Synthesis
- Walker – Introduction to Hospitality
- Mason – Tourism Impacts, Planning and Management
- Smith & Brent – Hosts & Guests Revisited: Tourism Issues of the 21st Century.
- Gursoy & Sotiriadis – The Handbook of Managing and Marketing Tourism Experiences
- Scott, Gao & Ma – Visitor Experience Design
- Williams & Lew – Tourism Geography: Critical Understandings of Place, Space, and Experience
- Yeoman – 2050: Tomorrow’s Tourism. Bristol, United Kingdom: Channel View