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Department of Tourism Publications 2009

Books

Higham, J., & Hinch, T. (2009). Sport and tourism: Globalization, mobility and identity. Oxford, UK: Elsevier, 314p.

Lynch, P. A., McIntosh, A. J., & Tucker, H. (Eds.). (2009). Commercial homes in tourism: An international perspective. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 277p.


Book Chapters

Byeon, M., Carr, N., & Hall, C. M. (2009). The South Korean hotel sector's perspectives on the 'pre-' and 'post-event' impacts of the co-hosted 2002 Football World Cup. In J. Ali-Knight, M. Robertson, A. Fyall, & A. Ladkin (Eds.), International perspectives of festivals and events: Paradigms of analysis (pp. 65-93). San Diego, CA: Elsevier.

Carr, N., & Carr, S. (2009). Selling tantalisation and titillation: A history of camouflage. In A. Moore & C. Zuccarini (Eds.), Persons and sexuality (pp. 17-29). Oxford, UK: Inter-Disciplinary.

Carr, N. (2009). Sex play. In R. P. Carlisle (Ed.), Encyclopedia of play in today's society: Vol. 2 (pp. 631-633). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Carr, N. (2009). Unstructured play. In R. P. Carlisle (Ed.), Encyclopedia of play in today's society: Vol. 2 (pp. 767-768). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Coles, T., Hall, C. M., & Duval, D. T. (2009). Post-disciplinary tourism. In J. Tribe (Ed.), Philosophical issues in tourism (pp. 80-100). Bristol, UK: Channel View.

Duncan, T. (2009). Transient workers in Queenstown and Whistler (Case study). In J. Higham & T. Hinch (Eds.), Sport and tourism: Globalization, mobility and identity (pp. 173-174). Oxford, UK: Elsevier.

Duval, D. T. (2009). Aeropolitics and economics of aviation emissions mitigation. In S. Gössling & P. Upham (Eds.), Climate change and aviation: Issues, challenges and solutions (pp. 179-192). London, UK: Earthscan.

Higham, J., & Hinch, T. (2009). Sport and tourism research: A geographic approach. In S. J. Page & J. Connell (Eds.), Event tourism: Critical concepts in tourism (Vol. 1): The evolution of event tourism: Concepts and approaches (pp. 384-404). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Jordan, L.-A., & Duval, D. T. (2009). Heritage management and tourism in the Caribbean. In D. J. Timothy & G. P. Nyaupane (Eds.), Cultural heritage and tourism in the developing world: A regional perspective (pp. 186-208). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Lynch, P. A., McIntosh, A. J., & Tucker, H. (2009). Conclusions and research considerations. In P. A. Lynch, A. J. McIntosh, & H. Tucker (Eds.), Commercial homes in tourism: An international perspective (pp. 204-218). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Lynch, P. A., McIntosh, A. J., & Tucker, H. (2009). Introduction. In P. A. Lynch, A. J. McIntosh, & H. Tucker (Eds.), Commercial homes in tourism: An international perspective (pp. 1-21). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Reis, A.C. (2009). 100% Pure: Nature as product or as part of a ‘natural’ lifestyle? In Marinho, A., & Uvinha, R. (Eds.). Leisure, Sport, Tourism and Adventure: Nature as the focus (pp. 87-119). Campinas: Alínea. [in Portuguese]

Tucker, H. (2009). Negotiating Gender Relations and Identity between Locals and Tourists in Turkey: Romantic Developments. In S. B. Gmelch (ed.) Tourists and Tourism: A Reader, 2nd ed (pp. 305-327). Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press.

Tucker, H. (2009). The cave-homes of Göreme: Performing tourism hospitality in gendered space. In P. A. Lynch, A. J. McIntosh, & H. Tucker (Eds.), Commercial homes in tourism: An international perspective (pp. 127-137). Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Tucker, H., & Akama, J. (2009). Tourism as postcolonialism. In T. Jamal & M. Robinson (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of tourism studies (pp. 504-520). London, UK: SAGE.

Journal Articles

Carr, N. (Ed.). (2009). Animals in the tourism and leisure experience, Current Issues in Tourism, 12(6), 409-411. doi: 10.1080/13683500903132575

Carr, N., & Axelsen, M. (2009). International and domestic university students' leisure behaviour: A comparative analysis. Annals of Leisure Research, 12(1), 47-64.

Carr, N., & Cohen, S. (2009). Holidaying with the family pet: No dogs allowed! Tourism and Hospitality Research, 9(4), 290-304. doi: 10.1057/thr.2009.10

Ekiz, E. H., Arasli, H., & Bavik, A. (2009). RENTQUAL: A new measurement scale for car rental services. Tourism, 57(2), 135-153.

Higham, J. E. S., Bejder, L., & Lusseau, D. (2009). An integrated and adaptive management model to address the long-term sustainability of tourist interactions with cetaceans. Environmental Conservation, 35(4), 294-302. doi: 10.1017/s0376892908005249

Lovelock, B. A. (2009). Promotion of hunting and fishing tourism on the internet: A survey of National Tourism Organization websites. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 14(2), 145-148.

Mura, P., & Lovelock, B. A. (2009). A not so Little Italy? Tourist and resident perceptions of authenticity in Leichhardt, Sydney. Tourism, Culture & Communication, 9(1-2), 29-48.

Orchiston, C. (2009). Natural hazard monitoring in New Zealand: Implications for tourist safety. Pacific News, 31, 11-14.

Randall, C., & Rollins, R. B. (2009). Visitor perceptions of the role of tour guides in natural areas. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17(3), 357-374. doi: 10.1080/09669580802159727

Reis, A. C. (2009). More than the kill: Hunters' relationships with landscape and prey. Current Issues in Tourism, 12(5-6), 573-587. doi: 10.1080/13683500903042881

Reis, A. C., & Higham, J. E. S. (2009). Recreation conflict and sport hunting: Moving beyond goal interference towards social sustainability. Journal of Sport & Tourism, 14(2-3), 83-107. doi: 10.1080/14775080902965025

Tahara, A. K., & Carnicelli Filho, S. (2009). Outdoor adventure and gym activities: Adherence and practical benefits. Movimento, 15(3), 187-208.

Thompson, A., Lovelock, B., Reis, A., Kjelsberg, M., Sides, G., Wright, R., & Jellum, C. (2009). Traditional livelihoods, conservation and recreation: Reflections on managing visitation in New Zealand conservation parks. Tourismos, 4(4), 163-179.

Tucker, H. (2009). Recognizing emotion and its postcolonial potentialities: Discomfort and shame in a tourism encounter in Turkey. Tourism Geographies, 11(4), 444-461. doi: 10.1080/14616680903262612

Walsh, N., & Tucker, H. (2009). Tourism 'things': The travelling performance of the backpack. Tourist Studies, 9(3), 223-239. doi: 10.1177/1468797610382706

Conference Contributions

Albrecht, J. N. (2009, May). Negotiating the ″greater public good″: A political economy perspective on tourism planning. Verbal presentation at the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Annual Conference: Experiencing Difference: Changing Tourism and Tourists' Experiences, Aalborg, Denmark.

Carnegie, E. & Tucker, H. (2009). Representing Place: Memory, Identity and the Shaping of the Past within Cappadocia, Traditions and Transformations: Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Change in the Middle East and North Africa Region, Amman, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, 4-7 April 2009.

Carnegie, E., & Tucker, H. (2009, December). The potential for an integrated and 'multivocal' interpretation of the shared past within the World Heritage Site of Goreme, Cappadocia. Verbal presentation at the 4th International Congress Science and Technology for the Safeguard of Cultural Heritage of the Mediterranean Basin, Cairo, Egypt.

Cohen, S. (2009, May). Chasing a myth? Lifestyle travellers and the search for 'self'. Verbal presentation at the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Annual Conference: Experiencing Difference: Changing Tourism and Tourists' Experiences, Aalborg, Denmark.

Duncan, T. (2009). The mobilities of tourism and hospitality work?, ATLAS, Alborg, Denmark 2009.

Duncan, T., Kro, G., & Scott, D. (2009). A 'bottom up' approach to HRM: New Zealand tourism and hospitality employees' views on current industry practices. In A. Zahra, T. Lockyer, & P. Aksonnit (Eds.), Proceedings of the New Zealand International Hospitality Management Conference: Taking Hospitality into the Future, (pp. 15).

Duncan, T., & Scott, D. (2009, August). ″Sweet as?″: Negotiating the research experience in New Zealand. Verbal presentation at the Royal Geographical Society with IBG (RGS-IBG) Annual International Conference, Manchester, UK.

Duncan, T., Scott, D., & Baum, T. (2009, May). The mobilities of tourism and hospitality work? Verbal presentation at the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Annual Conference: Experiencing Difference: Changing Tourism and Tourists' Experiences, Aalborg, Denmark.

Duncan, T., Scott, D., & Baum, T. (2009). The mobilities of hospitality work: An exploration of issues and debates. Proceedings of the International Labour Process (ILPC) Conference. Retrieved from http://www.ilpc.org.uk/Default.aspx?TabID=3768

Jellum, C. (2009, September). Antarctica: To go or not to go? Examining polar, value-based motivations. Verbal presentation at the School of Business Postgraduate Student Colloquium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Mitchell, R. W., Wooliscroft, B., & Higham, J. (2009). Sustainable market orientation: A new approach to managing marketing strategy. In T. H. Witkowski (Ed.), Rethinking Marketing in a Global Economy: Proceedings of the 34th Annual Macromarketing Conference, (pp. 272-284). Kristiansand, Norway: Macromarketing Society and the University of Agder.

Orchiston, C. (2009). Small tourism‐reliant communities living with high seismic risk: Disaster preparedness, risk perceptions and rural resilience. Proceeding of the International Social Science Council (ISSC) World Social Science Forum, (pp. 18-19). Retrieved from http://www.worldsocialscience.org

Palliser, A. (2009, September). Using indicators of adaptive capacity to assess progress in community-based natural resource management: A case history of an indigenous fish management project in New Zealand. Verbal presentation at the School of Business Postgraduate Student Colloquium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Reis, A. C. (2009, June). Hunting the exotic: Practices, discourses and narratives of hunting in New Zealand. Verbal presentation at the ′The New Exotic?′ Postcolonialism and Globalization Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand

Scott, D. G. (2009, May). Making sense of the quotidian: The hotel as a spatialised social imaginary. Verbal presentation at the Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) Annual Conference: Experiencing Difference: Changing Tourism and Tourists' Experiences, Aalborg, Denmark.

Shelton, E. J. (2009). An unsettling resemblance; monitoring dolphins and chasing whales. DVD presented at University of Newcastle Minding Animals Conference, Newcastle NSW 13th–18th July 2009.

Shelton, E. J. (2009). Restoration Ecology and Reintroduction Biology: Implicating the tourist. Paper presented at University of Newcastle Minding Animals Conference, Newcastle NSW, 13th–18th July 2009.

Shelton, E. (2009, June). In praise of the exotic: The politics of the exotic as applied to the New Zealand Sea Lion (Phocarctus hookeri). Verbal presentation at the ′The New Exotic?′ Postcolonialism and Globalization Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Thompson, A., & Lovelock, B. (2009, April). Managing traditional livelihoods, conservation and recreational futures at protected natural area destinations. Verbal presentation at the 4th International Scientific Conference: Planning for the Future - Learning from the Past: Contemporary Developments in Travel, Tourism Hospitality, Rhodes Island, Greece.

Thompson, A., & Lovelock, B. (2009, July). Recreation access: How to enhance visitor experiences in our parks? Verbal presentation at the University of Otago Research Cluster for Natural Resources Law Open Symposium: The Future of Public Conservation Lands and Waters?, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Thompson-Carr, A. (2009, July). Recreation and Conservation Parks. Verbal presentation at the Future of Public Conservation Lands and Waters Symposium, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Tucker, H. (2009). Commissions and Commotions: Ethics of a Tourism Business Practice. The Critical Tourism Studies International Conference 2009, Zadar 21-24 June 2009.

Book Reviews and Editorials

Carr, N. (2009). [Review of the book Archaeology is a brand: The meaning of archaeology in contemporary popular culture]. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 4(2), 175-176. doi: 10.1080/17438730802327492

Carr, N. (2009). [Review of the book Drunk with the glitter: Space, consumption and sexual instability in modern urban culture]. Gender, Place & Culture, 16(1), 111-112. doi: 10.1080/09663690802576071

Carr, N. (2009). [Review of the book Tourism behaviour: Travellers' decisions and actions]. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17(4), 523-525. doi: 10.1080/09669580802159750

Carr, N. (2009). Animals in the tourism and leisure experience [Editorial]. Current Issues in Tourism, 12(5-6), 409-411. doi: 10.1080/13683500903132575

Leopold, T. (2009). [Review of the book Understanding Western tourists in developing countries]. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 17(5), 638-640. doi: 10.1080/09669580802324230

Tate-Libby, J. (2009). [Review of the book American aloha: Cultural tourism and the negotiation of tradition]. Annals of Tourism Research, 36(2), 355-356. doi: 10.1016/j.annals.2008.09.007

Reference Works

Carr, N. 2009, 'Sex Play', in R. Carlisle (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Play in Today's Society, Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.

Carr, N. 2009, 'Unstructured Play'. in R. Carlisle (eds.) Encyclopaedia of Play in Today's Society, Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications.

Reports and Research Papers

Coomer, M. A., Johnston, D. M., Wilson, T., Becker, J. S., Orchiston, C., & Page, S. (2009). West Coast ShakeOut exercise September 18th 2009: Observation of the exercise on the West Coast, South Island, New Zealand [GNS Science Report 2009/65]. 10p.

Jellum, C., & Thompson, A. (2009). Dunedin city summer cycle survey. Dunedin, New Zealand: Centre for Recreation Research, Department of Tourism, University of Otago. 42p.