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Reflexive Tourism Supply Chain Management: Sustainability in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Context
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, , , Tourism Department, Meiho University, Neipu Hsiang, Taiwan ; , Hospitality Management Department, Meiho University, Neipu Hsiang, Taiwan

IJTEM Volume 7, Number 2, ISSN 2155-5605 Publisher: IGI Global

Abstract

This article is on the practical framework of reflexive tourism supply chain management as it is proposed for enhancing students' understanding of sustainability. The practical framework consists of three phases through a case study examination of a local community. The three phases are (1) including program design in the upstream tourism industry, (2) travel to a local community in the downstream tourism industry, and (3) reflexive learning of understanding of sustainability. The study contributions propose that a practical framework can enhance students' green consciousness with critical thinking, make sustainability learning more interesting for students, and allow students to gain personal understanding from cognition, experience, and reflexive contexts in Asia-Pacific higher education.

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Li, C.L., Lin, Y.H., Chen, Y.H. & Lo, W.S. (2017). Reflexive Tourism Supply Chain Management: Sustainability in Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Context. International Journal of Technology and Educational Marketing, 7(2), 1-16. IGI Global. Retrieved January 21, 2020 from .

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