Research Output per year
After studying Recreation Sciences and Sociology of Recreation and Tourism at Wageningen University & Research, Bertine Bargeman wrote a PhD thesis on tourist choice behavior at the Department of Leisure Studies at Tilburg University which she finished in 2001. At this department she continued working as a senior lecturer and education director until 2014.
From 2006-2009 she had combined her work at the department with a post doc position on the topic of sustainable tourist mobility at Telos, the Brabant Centre for Sustainable Development in Tilburg. With the transfer of the MSc Leisure Studies in 2014 from Tilburg University to NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences her job moved to Breda too.
At the Academy for Leisure she is the director of the MSc Leisure Studies and co-responsible for the premaster Leisure Studies. She prefers to teach subjects such as consumer (choice) behavior and leisure practice approaches. Her academic research and publications focus on these topics too. As a senior researcher Bertine is closely associated with the AfL Knowledge group Storytelling and Consumer Behavior and gives presentations both in the Netherlands and abroad.
Furthermore she is very experienced with supervising BSc, MSc and PhD candidates.
Tourist (choice) behavior, leisure behavior, leisure theory, leisure practice theories, leisure and tourism interactions.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › Scientific › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Scientific › peer-review
New approaches to understanding participation: the practices of leisure. Bridging actors and contexts in leisureBargeman, A., 5 Jul 2017.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper