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The Camera Eats First: What Foodstagramming Reveals About Personal Behavior, Xiaoxiao Fu 2024 University of Central Florida

The Camera Eats First: What Foodstagramming Reveals About Personal Behavior, Xiaoxiao Fu

Rosen Research Review

Some chefs may try to ban it, but 'foodstagramming'—diners taking photographs of food to post on social media—is a valuable tool that can boost both restaurants' and diners' public image. That's the conclusion of new research led by UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management's Associate Professor Xiaoxiao Fu. The study takes a psychological perspective and finds that foodstagramming helps both individuals' self-efficacy—the belief that if individuals act in specific ways they can achieve certain goals—and provides opportunities for restaurants to promote their businesses in new and exciting ways.


Retaining Staff: Is It A Matter Of Instilling Pride?, Murat Hancer, Suja Chaulagain 2024 University of Central Florida

Retaining Staff: Is It A Matter Of Instilling Pride?, Murat Hancer, Suja Chaulagain

Rosen Research Review

Hotels struggle to attract staff; you can partly blame the public perception of hotel jobs for that. But, why is it difficult to retain staff once they start? Perhaps an answer lies in whether they feel pride in what they do. Professors Murat Hancer and Suja Chaulagain at UCF Rosen College of Hospitality Management led a team of researchers to unpack the notion of pride among hotel staff in the United States and Vietnam. What they learned has significant importance for a sector that crosses cultures.


Exploring The Significance Of The Traditional Chef’S Uniform In Making Sense Of Professionalism In Culinary Arts Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, Orla Mc Connell 2024 Technological University Dublin

Exploring The Significance Of The Traditional Chef’S Uniform In Making Sense Of Professionalism In Culinary Arts Using Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis, Orla Mc Connell

European Journal of Food Drink and Society

Previous studies have found that professionalism is an important success factor for chefs. Yet, research on what professionalism “means” to chefs, and how they “make sense” of it, is currently underexplored. While there is some evidence of the significance of the traditional chef’s uniform in professional identity formation, it also needs further consideration. Culinary arts lecturers and chefs have already contributed to these discussions, but the student voice remains largely unknown. Alongside this, there is no prior research specifically on professionalism in culinary arts in Ireland. Therefore, a research gap emerged, which this paper intends to address. Using interpretative phenomenological …


Dine Green, Be Kind: Local Vs. Chain Restaurants In Sustainability, Brand Attachment, And Pro-Social Behaviors, Md Zaker Hossin, Yeasun K. Chung 2024 Oklahoma State University

Dine Green, Be Kind: Local Vs. Chain Restaurants In Sustainability, Brand Attachment, And Pro-Social Behaviors, Md Zaker Hossin, Yeasun K. Chung

ICHRIE Research Reports

The restaurant industry is characterized by excessive waste and resource consumption, and it faces a pressing need to adopt environmental sustainability practices (ESPs). This research aims to explore the sequential relationship from ESPs to brand attachment (BA) to pro-environmental behaviors while examining the enhancing role of locally-owned restaurants in strengthening these relationships. The survey used a scenario-based survey of U.S. diners and collected data about waste reduction, recycling, minimum water usage, energy conservation, brand attachment, restaurant ownership (local/chain), pro-environmental patronage behavior, and pro-environmental stewardship behavior, using a seven-point Likert Scale. This study aims to advance our understanding of the potential …


Testing The Alcohol Consumption Experience Scale In A Touristic Environment., Edgar DSouza Dr., Dayanand M.S. Dr., Nilesh Borde Dr. 2023 Goa College of Hospitality and Culinary Education

Testing The Alcohol Consumption Experience Scale In A Touristic Environment., Edgar Dsouza Dr., Dayanand M.S. Dr., Nilesh Borde Dr.

Journal of Tourism Insights

This study examines how a tourist's alcohol consumption is impacted by their choice of alcohol, drink environment, social context, and service experience. Employing the Alcohol Consumption Experience (ACE) scale, the study uses a quantitative research approach. This study attempted to gather tourists' views and perceptions on the factors that influence the alcohol consumption experience and their behavioural intention based on their experiences in Goa. A total of 962 completed questionnaires were used in the analysis. The new measurement scale, the Alcohol Consumption Experience scale (ACE) scale, contained 52 items across six dimensions: Choice of alcohol, choice of drinkscapes, social setting, …


Customer Tipping Patterns In Hospitality Sector: A Study In Goa, Edgar DSouza Dr. 2023 Goa College of Hospitality and Culinary Education

Customer Tipping Patterns In Hospitality Sector: A Study In Goa, Edgar Dsouza Dr.

Journal of Tourism Insights

This research delves into the complex relationship between service quality, tipping behavior, and various influencing factors within the context of the hospitality industry. By collecting data from 19 casual and fine dining restaurants in Goa, India, the study focused on frontline employees, including waiters and barmen, who regularly interacted with diners. A total of 216 questionnaires were distributed during lunch and dinner periods, capturing diners' perspectives on service quality using a 7-point Likert scale.

The results revealed significant insights into the dynamics of tipping behavior. There was a statistically significant, medium-sized positive correlation between customer service assessments and the percentage …


Increasing The Acceptance Of Cultivated Meat, Mark CHONG 2023 Singapore Management University

Increasing The Acceptance Of Cultivated Meat, Mark Chong

Asian Management Insights

Factors to consider when designing communication strategies for diverse nations.


Motivations And Barriers In College Students For Coffee Consumption From Coffee Shops: A Podcast, Khushi Dave 2023 University of South Carolina - Columbia

Motivations And Barriers In College Students For Coffee Consumption From Coffee Shops: A Podcast, Khushi Dave

Senior Theses

The book, Uncommon Grounds: The History of Coffee and How It Transformed Our World, highlights the globalization of coffee; it was first discovered in the mountainsides of modern—day Ethiopia and has since swept the globe. Historically used for religious, medicinal, and recreational purposes, people flocked to coffee houses for the taste of the brew. Now, this beloved bean is ever prevalent on college campuses, especially through foodservice locations. This paper explores the role of foodservice locations, specifically coffee shops, in coffee consumption among college students. Specifically, it will survey the reasons that college students want to buy coffee from …


How Do Restaurants Grapple With Stress When Attempting To Achieve And Keep The Michelin Star? A Qualitative Investigation In The Canadian Market, Alexander Owens, Mark R. Holmes, Cyrus Cooper 2023 University of Guelph

How Do Restaurants Grapple With Stress When Attempting To Achieve And Keep The Michelin Star? A Qualitative Investigation In The Canadian Market, Alexander Owens, Mark R. Holmes, Cyrus Cooper

TTRA Canada 2023 Conference

With The Michelin Guide’s recent expansion into the Canadian market, and the highly stressful environment associated with the restaurant industry, this qualitative study looks to understand the stress that comes from trying to acquire and retain a Michelin star rating, along with the strategies restaurants employ to mitigate these stressors.


Examining Sustainable Food Practices In Luxury Gastronomic Restaurants: A Comparison Between Michelin-Starred Restaurants And Luxury Fine Dining Restaurants, Hiran Roy, Thomas Gomes, Vikas Arya 2023 Fairleigh Dickinson University, Vancouver, Canada

Examining Sustainable Food Practices In Luxury Gastronomic Restaurants: A Comparison Between Michelin-Starred Restaurants And Luxury Fine Dining Restaurants, Hiran Roy, Thomas Gomes, Vikas Arya

TTRA Canada 2023 Conference

Abstract
Sustainable practices are increasingly promoted in the restaurant sectors. While sustainability in luxury gastronomy restaurants (hereby Michelin-starred and luxury fine dining restaurants) has rarely been explored especially from Vancouver context. Michelin-starred and fine dining restaurants are significant influencers of sustainable food promotion. Therefore, this study explores chefs’ motivations to adopt and promote sustainable food experiences through extrinsic (planet and people) and intrinsic (plate, pleasure, and place) factors. A qualitative approach (semi-structured interview) will be employed to collect data from a sample of Michelin-starred and fine dining restaurants. It is anticipated that this study will be strengthening the existing literature …


Whats On The Menu, Exhibit Brochure, Judy Kuhns 2023 University of Central Florida

Whats On The Menu, Exhibit Brochure, Judy Kuhns

Rosen Library Exhibits

On display: August - December 2023
Featured items: Menus and books from the Rosen Library Collection. Primary Curator: Judy Kuhns

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The Effects Of Local Food Culture On Eating Desire In Invitations, Ezgi Eter, Cavit Yavuz 2023 Ordu University

The Effects Of Local Food Culture On Eating Desire In Invitations, Ezgi Eter, Cavit Yavuz

University of South Florida (USF) M3 Publishing

Food, which is a part of people's ability to continue their lives, has become a concept that has social functions beyond meeting a physiological need in modern times. Food, which is the most natural tool of human interaction, has taken on different missions for hundreds of years and has managed to take place at every stage of history. Food and culinary culture helps to influence a wide audience and regional development. Gastronomy is a powerful tool with which we can improve the dynamics and functioning of culinary cultures with our cultural assets. In this study, the effects of local gastronomic …


Determinants Of Food Waste: Tpb And Moderating Impact Of Demographics & Guilt, M Mansha Tahir 2023 University of South Florida

Determinants Of Food Waste: Tpb And Moderating Impact Of Demographics & Guilt, M Mansha Tahir

Journal of Global Hospitality and Tourism

Increase in number of people dining out significantly contributes to food waste in restaurants. It is crucial to understand the determinants of food waste. Such determinants are influenced by demographics as well as emotional factors. The present study is meant to understand such factors through the lens of the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB). Participants’ intentions are influenced by guilt and this study was conducted to examine the moderating role of guilt. Hypotheses were tested with analysis of data collected from 423 participants. Constructs of extended model were analyzed with AMOS (V.21) for structural equation modeling whereas moderations were tested …


2023 School Of Culinary Arts & Food Technology Newsletter - Summer Edition 2023, James Murphy 2023 Technological University Dublin

2023 School Of Culinary Arts & Food Technology Newsletter - Summer Edition 2023, James Murphy

Other resources

The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, TU Dublin, Summer Edition Newsletter captured the many events, sustainability, research, awards, significant contributions and special civic and community activities which the students and staff members of the school have successfully completed up to the Summer period of 2023. The successful completion of these activities would not be possible without the active and on-going support of the 'INSPIRED' friends of Culinary Arts and our 'Transforming Tommorrow' partners (school supporters) plus our school's industry association supporters. If you would like to support our school and the next Generation of Food, Culinary and Horticulture …


Food Marketing: The Adverse Effects Of Food Advertisements And Media Messaging On Men, Women, And Children, Lindsay Arnolds 2023 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Food Marketing: The Adverse Effects Of Food Advertisements And Media Messaging On Men, Women, And Children, Lindsay Arnolds

Management Undergraduate Honors Theses

This thesis examines the impact of food marketing on different segments of the population in the United States. Specifically, the study focuses on the effects of food advertising on men, women, and children, with an emphasis on the ways in which marketing messages influence their food choices, attitudes, and behaviors. Through a comprehensive review of the literature and a survey of various participants, the thesis analyzes the various techniques used by food companies to target these groups, including packaging, labeling, and promotional strategies. Furthermore, it reviews studies on the effects of food advertising and media messaging on the physical and …


Collaboration Between Cfit And The College Of Engineering And Design, Elizabeth Broder, Tanner Glawe, Elizabeth Rall, Alliana Fennelly 2023 Johnson & Wales University - Providence

Collaboration Between Cfit And The College Of Engineering And Design, Elizabeth Broder, Tanner Glawe, Elizabeth Rall, Alliana Fennelly

Student Research Design & Innovation Symposium

In the Chef-Driven Contemporary Casual Concepts lab, culinary students were divided into teams to create a restaurant concept. This team of four chose developed The Hottenany, a concept and menu that best represented Lincoln, Nebraska. Students met weekly and to outline the project and delegate tasks. After developing the concept for their menu and logos, the team collaborated with graphic design students. Working as an interdisciplinary team resulted in a richer experience. It provided the opportunity for culinary students to see how their vision was interpreted in design, reinforcing the need for focus and clarity on the concept. It also …


Essentially Doomed: How The Covid-19 Pandemic Has Impacted The American Restaurant Industry, Jack Grafton 2023 Assumption University

Essentially Doomed: How The Covid-19 Pandemic Has Impacted The American Restaurant Industry, Jack Grafton

Honors Theses

COVID-19 appeared unpredictably in late 2019 and developed into the most catastrophic global outbreak of the last century over the course of the next three years. The highly contagious virus infected hundreds of millions of people worldwide and was responsible for the death of millions. Beyond the devastating health impact the virus had on the world, pandemic related shutdowns resulted in massive economic consequences. Social distancing measures resulted in months long shutdowns and restrictions for businesses throughout the United States, resulting in massive revenue and employment losses. Of specific industries heavily impacted by the pandemic in the United States, the …


Beyond Local Food Consumption: The Impact Of Local Food Consumption Experience On Cultural Competence, Eudaimonia And Behavioral Intention, Bingna Lin, Saerom Wang, Xiaoxiao Fu, Xiaoli Yi 2023 University of Central Florida

Beyond Local Food Consumption: The Impact Of Local Food Consumption Experience On Cultural Competence, Eudaimonia And Behavioral Intention, Bingna Lin, Saerom Wang, Xiaoxiao Fu, Xiaoli Yi

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

Purpose: This paper aims to explore the relationships among local food consumption experience, cultural competence, eudaimonia, and behavioral intention. Building upon acculturation theory, need hierarchy theory and self-determination theory, the current study develops a conceptual model of local food consumption as international tourists' acculturation process.

Design/methodology/approach: This study collects data from 305 Chinese outbound tourists and uses partial least squares-structural equation modeling to examine the developed model.

Findings: The findings reveal a significant effect of the local food consumption experience, consisting of novel, authentic, sensory and social dimensions, on cultural competence, which subsequently evokes eudaimonia and behavioral response toward local …


Bakery Case Study, Evelyn Ashley 2023 Parkland College

Bakery Case Study, Evelyn Ashley

A with Honors Projects

A business case analyzing a capital budgeting decision for a company. The end result is an Excel analysis and an executive summary. The executive summary describes the decision to be made, the inputs, the results of the analysis, as well as data visualization.


Handbook Of Diversity And Intercultural Inclusivity For Hospitality At Tu Dublin, Fernanda Lima Rabelo, Ana Maria Vieira Fernandes, Mariia Perelygina 2023 TU Dublin

Handbook Of Diversity And Intercultural Inclusivity For Hospitality At Tu Dublin, Fernanda Lima Rabelo, Ana Maria Vieira Fernandes, Mariia Perelygina

Other resources

This handbook is the final output of the research project Diversity & Intercultural Inclusion in Hospitality (D&ICIH), a TU Dublin’s EDI-funded project that aimed to understand the challenges, barriers, and cultural differences that migrant workers experiences in cafes, cafeterias, catering services and restaurants on university campuses experiences. The research also focused on exploring the gender dimension of how migrant women perceive hospitality work, combined with an intersectionality approach (with a focus on gender and socio-economic status) looking to identify multiple factors of advantages and disadvantages in work and life with in-depth and thematic interviews. The Handbook particularly focuses on two …


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