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My work has taken place in a variety of national and international contexts and has both , a practical application to events , as well as implications for the ongoing development of policy .
A number of people have inspired me in my research career , namely research supervisors and colleagues , including George Hughes , Professor Richard Prentice and Professor Russell Rimmer . The work of Dr Beatriz García has also been a source of inspiration .

‘ My work has taken place in a variety of national and international contexts .’

Dr CATHY MATHESON

SENIOR LECTURER , BUSINESS , ENTERPRISE AND MANAGEMENT

I am Dr Cathy Matheson , Senior Lecturer in Events Management . My work centres on three broad themes .

First , the consumption of cultural events , specifically audience perceptions of authenticity , consumer motivations and spiritual attitudes , and the relationship between consumer satisfaction and event quality . Second , the meaning and significance of event-led urban regeneration . Finally , social justice and its connection to mega-events , namely perceptions of human trafficking for sexual exploitation and the associated preventative measures .

My work has taken place in a variety of national and international contexts and has both , a practical application to events , as well as implications for the ongoing development of policy .
A number of people have inspired me in my research career , namely research supervisors and colleagues , including George Hughes , Professor Richard Prentice and Professor Russell Rimmer . The work of Dr Beatriz García has also been a source of inspiration .

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‘My work has taken place in a variety of national and international contexts.’ Dr CATHY MATHESON SENIOR LECTURER, BUSINESS, ENTERPRISE AND MANAGEMENT I am Dr Cathy Matheson, Senior Lecturer in Events Management. My work centres on three broad themes. First, the consumption of cultural events, specifically audience perceptions of authenticity, consumer motivations and spiritual attitudes, and the relationship between consumer satisfaction and event quality. Second, the meaning and significance of event-led urban regeneration. Finally, social justice and its connection to mega-events, namely perceptions of human trafficking for sexual exploitation and the associated preventative measures. O E R A T I N G L B WOMEN RESEARCHERS INSPIRING RESEARCH CAREER JOURNEYS My work has taken place in a variety of national and international contexts and has both, a practical application to events, as well as implications for the ongoing development of policy. A number of people have inspired me in my research career, [Y[H\X\\\\ܜ˜[XYY\[Y[[ܙBY\ٙ\܈X\[XB[ٙ\܈\[[[Y\BܚوX]^\XH\[˜Y[H\Hو[\][ۋ