Year 2014, Volume 13, Issue 2, Pages 353 - 358 2014-12-01

Türkiye’de Konaklama Endüstrisinde Tamamlanmış Doktora Tez Konularının İçerik Analizine Yönelik Bir Araştırma
A Content Analysis on the Subjects of Hospitality PhD Dissertations in Turkey

İbrahim GİRİTLİOĞLU [1]

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Yapılan bu araştırmanın amacını, konaklama endüstrisinde yapılan doktora tezlerinin konu ve tamamlandığı yıllara göre içerik analizi yöntemiyle değerlendirilmesi oluşturmaktadır. Bu amacın gerçekleştirilebilmesi için doktora tezlerine, Türkiye Yükseköğretim Kurulu (YÖK) ulusal tez merkezi web sayfasından ulaşılmıştır. Yapılan araştırmanın sonucunda, konaklama sektöründe pazarlama stratejileri ve örgütsel davranış konuları, en çok çalışılan araştırma konularının olduğu tespit edilmiştir. Bununla birlikte konaklama alanında en fazla doktora tezinin ise 2011 yılında tamamlandağı, bu araştırma kapsamında tespit edilen diğer bir bulgu olmuştur
The aim of this paper is to review the evaluation of hospitality dissertations as their subjects and their completed years. To perform on this aim, completed PhD dissertations were reached on National Dissertation Centre website at Turkish Higher Education Institute (YOK). According to study’s results, hospitality marketing strategies and organizational behavior in hospitality industry were the most popular research subjects on the dissertations in Turkey. However, the most completed PhD dissertations at the hospitality area was the year of 2011
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APA GİRİTLİOĞLU, İ . (2014). A Content Analysis on the Subjects of Hospitality PhD Dissertations in Turkey. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, 13 (2), 353-358. DOI: 10.21547/jss.256827