Anatolia Recognition Awards 2012

24 – 29 April 2012

Lykia World Ölüdeniz, Fethiye / Antalya / Turkey

Charles R. Goeldner

Research interests: Travel, tourism, and hospitality; Tourism industry; Ski industry and other recreational activities; Sustainable tourism and economic impact; Tourism management.

Present positions: Founding Editor and Editorial Policy Board, Journal of Travel Research ● Editorial Advisory Board, Tourism Analysis ● Board, Travel and Tourism Research Associaton ● Center for Sustainable Tourism Working Group, University of Colorado at Boulder  ● Memberships: Fellow, International Academy of Hospitality Research.

Awards and acknowledgments: International Society of Travel and Tourism Educators' Martin Oppermann Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement, 2003 ● Creation the Charles R. Goeldner Article of Excellence Award, Travel and Tourism Research Association & Creation of a research grant fund in name of Charles R. Goeldner, National Tourism Foundation, 2001 ● In 1992: Travel and Tourism Research Association Achievement Award; Travel Industry Hall of Leaders Award; Association for University Business and Economic Research, Honorary Lifetime Membership ● In 1990: Colorado Individual Tourism Achievement Award; Society of Travel and Tourism Educators Achievement Award.

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John R. Urry

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John Richard Urry (June 1, 1946 – March 18, 2016) was a British sociologist, Professor at Lancaster University. He is noted for work in the fields of the sociology of tourism and mobility. He has written books on many other aspects of modern society including the transition away from 'organised capitalism', the sociology of nature and environmentalism, and social theory in general. Urry is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Founding Academician of the UK Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences and a Visiting Professor at both Bristol and Roskilde Geography Departments. Born in London and educated at the Haberdashers' Aske's Boys School, Urry gained his first degrees from Christ's College, Cambridge in 1967, a 'double first' BA and MA in Economics, before going on to gain his PhD in Sociology from the same institution in 1972. He arrived at Lancaster University Sociology department as a lecturer in 1970, becoming head of department in 1983 and a professor in 1985.

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