Dr Nazia Ali


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

Research outputs

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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

Emic and etic, tourism

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

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.

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.

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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