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Alison McIntosh

Dr Alison McIntosh is professor of tourism and hospitality at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. As a critical scholar, her main research interests are in social justice, inclusion, accessibility and sustainability through tourism and hospitality. She adopts mostly qualitative research methods, creative and participative research approaches, and community engagement methods. Her current work focuses on notions of hospitality as advocacy and welcome to improve the lives of our most vulnerable populations. She is founding co-editor of the international peer-reviewed journals, Hospitality & Society (Intellect) and Hospitality Insights (Tuwhera), and co-convenor of the AUT Tourism For All NZ Research Group.

Contact: Department of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Auckland University of Technology, 55, Wellesley Street, East Auckland City, New Zealand.

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Hospitality & Society
Co-Editor Alison McIntosh, Jennie Germann Molz and Peter Lugosi Editors Emeriti Paul Lynch and Conrad Lashley Controversies and Reviews Editor Chin-Ee Ong Managing Editor Tracy Harkison and Kelvin Zhang