Australian wine Tourism

The document must be formally presented:
1. A first page comprising a summary in English and key words in English,
2. A table of content,
3. a general introduction which sets out the subject, the problem and presents the plan,
4. a development, divided into chapters and sections, in which the main ideas are presented and explained and outlines of the conclusions are drawn. The main points which should figure in the development are:
– a review of the literature / reading list
– a conceptual framework
– the chosen method of collection of data
– the analysis of the data and the results
– concrete proposals
5. a general conclusion which summarizes the main points of the thesis and opens up broader questions,
6. a bibliography, a list of reference texts used in the thesis
7. An appendix if necessary
The document must be formally presented:
1. A first page comprising a summary in French, key words in French and a summary in English and key words in English,
2. A table of content,
3. a general introduction which sets out the subject, the problem and presents the plan,
4. a development, divided into chapters and sections, in which the main ideas are presented and explained and outlines of the conclusions are drawn. The main points which should figure in the development are:
– a review of the literature / reading list
– a conceptual framework
– the chosen method of collection of data
– the analysis of the data and the results
– concrete proposals
5. a general conclusion which summarizes the main points of the thesis and opens up broader questions,
6. a bibliography, a list of reference texts used in the thesis
7. An appendix if necessary
Bibliography
The bibliography, the list of references is placed at the end of the main text. It must be presented using standard bibliographic practice as follows:
Academic Articles:
Author’s name, first initial followed by ., year of publication, exact title of the article using inverted commas (quotation marks “ “), exact title of the review in italics, volume, number, first and last page number.
Example:
Murphy K.J., Zimmerman JL. (1993), “Financial Performance Surrounding CEO Turnover”, Journal of Accounting and Economics, vol.16, n°1-3, p. 273-315
Books and volumes:
Author’s name, first initial followed by ., year of publication, exact title of the book in italics, publisher, town of publication.
Example:
Mintzberg H. (1973), The Nature of Managerial Work, Harper Collins, New York
Book chapters:
Example:
Whitehead C. (1991), “Charismatic Leadership”, in : William Harrison and Dorothy Cole (eds), Recent Advances in Leadership Theory, London : Waverley, p. 73-89.