APPENDIX F: LITERATURE SOURCES
INTRODUCTION

A broad search strategy was used to identify relevant literature from around the world relevant to the subject of study. A trail was followed through the literature on Event Management, Event Tourism, Experiential learning, Experiential learning based Training & Development programmes and Team building. Relevant articles that were cited in the most powerful and pertinent literature, and therefore accepted by the academic community, were studied. The Literature sources consulted in the literature search process are referenced below.

EVENT MANAGEMENT AND EVENT TOURISM

•    Highly regarded text books used by students of Masters Degrees in Events and Conference Management and Tourism respectively at Northumbria University and Newcastle University and most likely many more around the world.
•    The only research-based periodical in this field: Festival Management and Event Tourism. An International Journal. First published in 1997 by Cognizant Communication Corporation which became in 2001 Event Management. An International Journal

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING BASED TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES AND TEAM BUILDING

•    Highly regarded research papers and PhD theses in the field of Experiential Learning applied to training programmes. Text books used by students in a range of interdisciplinary fields i.e. Human Resources Management, Organizational Development Management, Organizational Behavior, Psychology, Organizational Psychology, and Occupational Psychology at Universities primarily in the EU and USA but also around the world. 
•    The research-based periodicals in the field:

o    Journal of Management Development, first published by © MCB University Press and currently published by Emerald Group Publishing Limited
o    Journal of European Industrial published by Training © MCB University Press.
   


Northumbria University Library (Newcastle upon Tyne, England)


Newcastle University Library (Newcastle upon Tyne, England)

Table F.1 Library Sources. Diego (2006)