Dr. Ziene Mottiar is a lecturer in the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism in Dublin Institute of Technology. She is programme tutor for BSc(Hons) Tourism Management, BSc(Hons) Hospitality Management and BSc(Hons) Leisure Management. She co-ordinates the undergraduate and postgraduate theses and lectures on a variety of modules including Entrepreneurship, Globalisation and Economics.
Relationships between entrepreneurs
Boluk, K and Mottiar, Z (2014 forthcoming) ‘Motivations of social entrepreneurs: blurring the social contribution and profits dichotomy’ Social Enterprise Journal
Ryan, T., Mottiar, Z., Quinn, B.(2012) The Dynamic Role of Entrepreneurs in Destination Development. The Journal of Tourism Planning & Development.
Mottiar, Z. & Quinn, D. (2012) Is a self-catering holiday with the family really a holiday for mothers? Examining the balance of household responsibilities while on holiday from a female perspective, Hospitality & Society, Vol. 2, No. 1 , pp.197-214
Mottiar, Z.,Walsh, L. (2011) Leisure Space Reflecting Changing City Demography: Tracking the Phase of an International Quarter Development in Parnell Street East, Dublin. Leisure Studies http://arrow.dit.ie/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1057&context=tfschhmtart
Marchant, B., Mottiar, Z (2011) Understanding Lifestyle Tourism Entrepreneurs and Digging Beneath the Issue of Profits: Profiling Surf Tourism Lifestyle Entrepreneurs in Ireland. Tourism Planning and Development Vol. 8 No. 2, 2011, pp.171-183
Mottiar, Ziene and Ingle, Sarah (2008) Broadening the Entrepreneurial Perspective. International Small Business Journal, Vol.25, no.6, pp.667-680. http://arrow.dit.ie/tfschhmtart/11/
· Gorham, G and Mottiar, Z (2006) 'Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure Students:
Are they deep, strategic or surface learners?' presented at the annual
Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) conference titled
'Knowledge, Communication, Networking, Locating Tourism Knowledge', 6-8
December 2006, Madingley Hall, Cambridge.
Postgraduate research supervision
Theresa Ryan (2009) A comparative case study of the factors underpinning tourism development in Killarney and Clifden in Ireland http://arrow.dit.ie/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1014&context=tourdoc
Ben Marchant (in progress) The classification of types and stage of lifestyle entrepreneurship: the case of Irish surf tourism entrepreneurs