• Vipada Espensen
4. semester, Turisme, Kandidat (Kandidatuddannelse)
This thesis is focusing on the role and characteristics of transnational migrants in gastronomy tourism in Copenhagen, Denmark. The aim is to investigate and identify the important factors that influence transnational migrants in their encounter with the Danish working culture while working in gastronomy industry. Moreover, it is discovered what sort of culture, based on their previous experience and background, that the transnational brings into gastronomy in their workplace in Copenhagen, Denmark. The data collection was carried out by inductive interviews, online questionnaire, and observations. The result shows that Danish language, 37 working hours per week, and the income are the factors that most influence transnational migrants seeking employment in the gastronomy industry in Copenhagen, Denmark. Furthermore, the outcome of the analysis indicates that transnational migrants who participated in this thesis brought their hospitality, service minded, and friendly approach into gastronomy in Copenhagen, Denmark. Additionally, some of them used their experience based on previous knowledge from their home country or from traveling to apply in gastronomy industry.

Udgivelsesdato3 jun. 2019
Antal sider53
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