Dr Nazia Ali


NameDr Nazia Ali
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressnali@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteBusiness & Law

Research outputs

Deciphering ‘Arab Hospitality’: Identifying Key Characteristics and Concerns

Stephenson, Marcus L. and Ali, N. 2018. Deciphering ‘Arab Hospitality’: Identifying Key Characteristics and Concerns. in: Timothy, Dallen J. (ed.) Routledge Handbook on Tourism in the Middle East and North Africa Routledge. pp. 71-82

Bleisure Travel Report: Worker Productivity and Well-being

Ali, N. and Schmitz, B. 2018. Bleisure Travel Report: Worker Productivity and Well-being. London City Airport.

Islamic Tourism

Ali, N. 2018. Islamic Tourism. in: Agarwal, S., Busby, G. and Huang, R. (ed.) Special Interest Tourism: Concepts, Contexts and Cases CABI. pp. 52-61

Emic and etic, tourism

Ali, N. 2015. Emic and etic, tourism. in: Jafari, Jafar and Xiao, Honggen (ed.) Encyclopedia of Tourism Springer International Publishing.

Researcher Reflexivity in Tourism Studies Research: Dynamical Dances with Emotions

Ali, N. 2011. Researcher Reflexivity in Tourism Studies Research: Dynamical Dances with Emotions. in: Ateljevic, Irena, Morgan, Nigel and Pritchard, Annette (ed.) The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Creating an Academy of Hope Routledge. pp. 13-26

Tourism’s Role in National Identity Formulation for the United Kingdom’s Pakistani Diaspora

Ali, N. and Holden, A. 2011. Tourism’s Role in National Identity Formulation for the United Kingdom’s Pakistani Diaspora. in: Tourism and National Identities: An international perspective Routledge.

Special Issue Endnote: Tourism and Worldmaking – Where Do We Go From Here?

Ateljevic, Irena, Hollinshead, Keith and Ali, N. 2009. Special Issue Endnote: Tourism and Worldmaking – Where Do We Go From Here? Tourism Geographies. 11 (4), pp. 546-552.

Post‐colonial Pakistani Mobilities: the Embodiment of the ‘Myth of Return’ in Tourism

Ali, N. and Holden, Andrew 2006. Post‐colonial Pakistani Mobilities: the Embodiment of the ‘Myth of Return’ in Tourism. Mobilities. 1 (2), pp. 217-242.

Worldmaking Agency–Worldmaking Authority: The Sovereign Constitutive Role of Tourism

Hollinshead, Keith, Ateljevic, Irena and Ali, N. 2009. Worldmaking Agency–Worldmaking Authority: The Sovereign Constitutive Role of Tourism. Tourism Geographies. 11 (4), pp. 427-443.

Tourism and Islamophobia

Stephenson, Marcus L. and Ali, N. 2010. Tourism and Islamophobia. in: Scott, Noel and Jafari, Jafar (ed.) Tourism in the Muslim World Emerald. pp. 235-251

Researching Diaspora Tourism: Journeys of the UK Pakistani Community to the Ancestral Homeland

Ali, N. 2010. Researching Diaspora Tourism: Journeys of the UK Pakistani Community to the Ancestral Homeland. Leisure Studies Association Newsletter.

Event Design

Ali, N., Ferdinand, Nicole and Chidzey, Michael 2012. Event Design. in: Ferdinand, Nicole and Kitchin, Paul J. (ed.) Events Management: An International Approach SAGE Publications.

Religious obligations to travel: first-generation Pakistani migrants from Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Sattar, Zeibeda, Hannam, Kevin and Ali, N. 2013. Religious obligations to travel: first-generation Pakistani migrants from Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. 11 (1-2), pp. 61-72.

Nostalgia at the Boundary: A Study at Lords Cricket Ground

Cardwell, D. and Ali, N. 2014. Nostalgia at the Boundary: A Study at Lords Cricket Ground. in: Baum, Tom and Butler, Richard (ed.) Tourism and Cricket: Travels to the Boundary Channel View Publications. pp. 52-72

Introduction—Diasporas and Identity: Tourism, Being, and Becoming

Ali, N. and Ivanova, Milka 2016. Introduction—Diasporas and Identity: Tourism, Being, and Becoming. Tourism Culture & Communication. 15 (3), pp. 169-171.

(Im)Mobilities of Older Pakistani Female Migrants and Material Culture: a Multigenerational Perspective on Gift-Giving

Ali, N. and Suleman, Rukeya 2017. (Im)Mobilities of Older Pakistani Female Migrants and Material Culture: a Multigenerational Perspective on Gift-Giving. Population, Space and Place. 23 (5), p. e2067.
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