Leisure Tourism and Sport

Leisure Tourism and Sport

Includes Leisure, Tourism, Events, Sport and Languages

Contact Details

Librarian: Sam Scoulding, Swansea Business School Library
E-mail: samantha.scoulding@uwtsd.ac.uk
Telephone: 01792 481023 ext. 4305

Useful shelf marks

Book stock is arranged into subject categories according to a numbered classification system. The following may be of particular use to Leisure, Tourism & Sport students:

175.4 Sport Ethics
306.483 Sociology of Leisure / Sport
343.078793 Holiday / Tourism / Hospitality Law
344.099 Sports / Recreation Law
346.046. Environmental (Countryside) Law
612 Physiology
647 Hospitality Industry / Hotel Management
790 Leisure / Recreation
790.3 General works on tourism
790.365 Tourism Marketing
790.372 Tourism Research
790.4 Tourism Planning / Development
790.5 Tourism and the Environment
790.51 Ecotourism / Sustainable Tourism
790.53 Conservation
790.6 Tourism and Recreation
790.613 Countryside / Rural Tourism
790.616 Cultural Tourism (Arts, Sex)
790.689 Event Management (Festivals)
790.7 The Travel Market
790.8 Travel Trade
790.9 Recreation / Leisure Management
796 Sport
796.01 Sports Psychology
797 Watersports
914 Travel Guides

 

Journals

All print journals are located in the central area of Swansea Business School Library next to the main issue desk. Current issues are displayed along the wall, whilst back issues are stored in journal boxes on the shelves nearby. All journals are displayed in alphabetical order, and are for reference use only.There are also a large number of online journals available via the library website. They can be accessed through the e-journals link in your subject area, PLUS there are many more full text journals available on the databases (e.g. Sport Discus or Hospitality & Tourism Complete). These can also be accessed off campus by using your University username and password. 

Reference Material

Reference material is located at the start of the main book sequence. This includes various statistical publications, subject specific dictionaries, encyclopedias and thesauruses. Links can also be found on the library website to e-resources such as Oxford Reference Online.