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Senior Lecturer, Programme Leader in MA Events Management
Marketing, Events and Tourism
BA Hons, PGCert (x4), PhD
Dr Chaperon joined University of Greenwich as a Visiting Lecturer in September 2008 and as a full-time lecturer in November 2009. Before joining the university she was a Visiting Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, University of Sheffield, and University of Westminster. Dr Chaperon lectures on a range of courses for tourism and events management programmes, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
Her recently completed PhD thesis examines responses to the issues that surround tourism development and tourism governance in a core-periphery context, with a case study focus on the Maltese Islands.
Chaperon, S., and Bramwell, B. (2011) Views About the Scale and Types of Tourism Development in the Rural Periphery: The Case of Gozo. In: Macleod, D., and Gillespie, S. (eds.) Sustainable Tourism in Rural Europe: Approaches to Development. Routledge.
Kennell, J., and Chaperon, S. 2011. Seaside towns and Local Enterprise Partnerships: domestic tourism in a core-periphery context. Proceedings of the ATHE Annual Conference, Back to the Future: Restating the Case for Tourism in Higher Education. Association for Tourism in Higher Education, Canterbury, England, 1–3 December 2011.