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       Marineli Codin is a doctoral student based at Brighton School of Business and Law, University of Brighton. The working title of her thesis is 'Constructing and projecting national identity in post-communist Romania: a longitudinal analysis of tourism promotional materials from 1990 until 2020'. As a part of her project she will conduct a longitudinal analysis of official tourism promotional campaigns published during the past three decades and in so doing, provide an insight into the role of tourism in general and tourism marketing in particular in the construction and projection of national identity in post-communist Romania. Her PhD research project is supervised by Dr. Tijana Rakic (Lead Supervisor) and Dr. Daniel Burdsey (Second Supervisor).

Education/Academic qualification

Master, The role and significance of heritage in promoting tourism destinations: A comparative study of VisitScotland and VisitWales

28 Sept 201828 Sept 2019

Award Date: 20 Nov 2019




  • H Social Sciences (General)
  • Tourism
  • Heritage
  • National identities
  • Visual methods
  • post-communism


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