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  • 1.
    Holm, Carl
    et al.
    Örebro University, School of Hospitality, Culinary Arts & Meal Science.
    Sivapol, Pipatanangura
    Örebro University, School of Hospitality, Culinary Arts & Meal Science.
    Prissättning på hotellrum i Stockholm då konkurrensen ökar: Kommer ett priskrig uppstå2010Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [sv]

    Inledning: Stockholm står idag inför en breddning av hotellutbudet, hur förhåller sig hotellen till den ökande konkurrensen? Kommer hotellen att förändra prisstrategierna och kan eventuella prisförändringar leda till ett priskrig?Syfte: Syftet med studien var att titta på hur olika hotell skiljer sig i prissättning och få insikt kring priskrig och om det kommer uppstå då konkurrensen ökar.Metod: Enkätstudie med viss kvalitativ metodundersökning har använts, på grund av flexibel och hanterbar data som svarar på syfte och frågeställning. Teoretisk data har inhämtats från artiklar och publicerade böcker. Det har även använts artiklar för att påvisa ämnets aktualitet. Tio Revenue Managers (RM) har intervjuats. Fristående - samt hotellkedjor har medverkats i studien, de fristående var: Diplomat Hotel, Grand Hôtel och Nordic Hotels. Kedjorna: Clarion Sign, Elite Hotels of Sweden, First Hotels, RadissonBlu, Scandic, Sheraton och StayAt Hotel Apartments.Resultat: Det fanns samband mellan hur viktigt det var att sänka priset då konkurrenterna sänker och hur viktigt det var att gå med i ett priskrig. Hotellen använde sig utav många av de prisstaket som finns i teorierna. Fyra av tio RM ansåg att det inte vara viktigt att tydligt tala om för gästen vad revenue management innebär.Slutsats: Författarna kom fram till att hotellen var medvetna om priskrig och det var något de borde undvika. Däremot startar RM själva priskriget som gör att hotellen förlorar intäkter. Några var själva inte medvetna om att de startat priskriget. De små hotellen såväl som de stora hade bristande kunskaper inom revenue management.

    Nyckelord: Prisstaket, prisstrategier, revenue management, yield managementSammanfattning

  • 2.
    Larsson, Hans
    Örebro University, School of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences.
    "Dom är så oroliga": en studie om skolpersonalens tal om elever i relationssvårigheter2008Licentiate thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    This licentiate’s dissertation is about how school staff talk about pupils having difficulties in relating to teachers and other pupils. It’s specific focus is on pupils which are described as “disturbing”, “troublesome”,”unruly”, “unconcentrated” or characterised by similar concepts. The main aim is to elucidate and discuss how school staff explain pupils’ difficulties, what measures they state that they undertake and what measures they consider necessary.

    The study is based on a social constructive approach. This means that the way we understand the world we live in is seen as shaped by social and cultural processes mediated through language. A consequence of this is that the way the staff talk about pupils in difficulties will influence how they relate to those children and how they work at solving the problems.

    The empirical material consists of interviews with six principals, six Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators and six class teachers from six different schools. 15 of the people interviewed work with 11–13 year olds and three of them with 7–9 year olds. The material from the interviews is categorised into themes and further analysed in order to present a systematic overview of the ways in which the staff talk about children in difficulties.

    The result shows that the problems are understood as complex and full of nuances. Explanations of the problems from medical/psychological perspectives have no distinguished status. It is more common that the problems are related to social conditions, family situation and school environment.

    The study also shows that different professional groups usually place the responsibility for solving the problems with other professional groups. The way the concerned principal looks upon the problem seems be important for the way the problem is dealt with.

    The way the staff studied talk about the school activities indicates that schools differ concerning issues like organisation, the role of the Special Needs Co-ordinator, co-operation between different professional groups etc. As a consequence pupils having difficulties in relating to other people will be subjected to different conditions depending on what school they attend. The school as an arena of identity creation and citizenship education will offer hence different opportunities to different children in difficulties.

  • 3.
    Silva-Lopez, Lia Susana del Carmen
    et al.
    Örebro University, School of Science and Technology.
    Ullberg, Jonas
    Örebro University, School of Science and Technology.
    Karlsson, Lars
    Örebro University, School of Science and Technology.
    On combining a context recognition system and a configuration planner for personalised ambient assisted living2013In: Communications in Computer and Information Science / [ed] Juan Carlos Augusto, Reiner Wichert, Rem Collier, David Keyson, Ali Salah, and Ah-Hwee Tan, Örebro: Örebro universitet , 2013Conference paper (Refereed)
  • 4.
    Tellgren, Britt
    Örebro University, Department of Education.
    Förskolan som mötesplats: barns strategier för tillträden och uteslutningar i lek och samtal2004Licentiate thesis, monograph (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Pre-school as a Meeting Place – Children’s Access-strategies and Exclusions in Play and Conversation

    The research reported in this thesis attempts to understand what happens when children interact with each other in the context of activities in a pre-school setting (here called Daggkåpan) when adults are not involved. By using ethnographically inspired methodology, in combination with conversation-analysis, this project has been analysing everyday interaction between children who are three to five years old. The aim of the project was to understand how children at Daggkåpan create relationships and how they defend and protect their interactional spaces. I have studied how children shape, maintain and interrupt relationships and interactions with one another. I have studied and analysed what kinds of access-strategies the children utilize and create and also how these children exclude one another in play activities and everyday conversations. Sociocultural and interactionistic perspectives have been used. Findings suggest that it is very important for these children to maintain interactions with peers and gain access to play groups. The children of Daggkåpan create and use several different strategies for gaining access. The results also indicate that gaining access to play groups is particularly difficult in preschool settings since young children tend to protect shared spaces and ongoing play activities from children outside the realms of these spaces and activities. Children also co-construct a number of strategies for excluding peers from their interactional spaces. Steering clear from the dominating perspective that categorizes children and focuses on the individual child, I have in contrast focused children during their interaction with one another in peer group activities. In other words I have discussed peer-relations, peer-socialization and peer-perspectives from an interactional view. Studying peer-interactions through microanalysis allows for understanding what is meaningful for children in their peer-culture in preschool.

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