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Article Summary Table of Contents I. Overview, Aims and Objectives 3 II. Literature Review 4 III. Methodology 4 IV. Discussion and Results 5 V. Implications 5 VI. Limitations 6 VII. Future Research 6 References 7 I. Overview, Aims and Objectives This paper provides a summary of the paper written by Phelan, Mejia and Hertzman (2013) entitled ‘The Industry Experience Gap: Hospitality Faculty Perceptions of the Importance of Faculty Industry Experience’.
These two groups arguably will have less to offer by way of industry experience, with possible implications on the perception and reality of the education quality from this revamped educator pool. The key thing is the study is in the culling of the perceptions of existing faculty and the student body tied to how important faculty experience in the industry is. The study findings are said to be relevant with regard to informing school planners and administrators on how best to keep the level of academic rigor high within their programs, with the perceptions being used as inputs in devising hiring programs for educators moving forward (Phelan, Mejia and Hertzman 2013). The study proponents listed down three objectives for the study. One is the determination of the importance faculty place on experience in the industry preceding the teaching phase. Two is the determination of how faculty perceives how important industry experience is to the teaching posts in different disciplines within the hospitality umbrella discipline. ...
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