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Department of Tourism Publications 2006

Books

Gossling, S. & Hall, C.M. (eds.) 2006, Tourism and Global Environmental Change, ecological, social, economic and political interrelationships. Routledge, Oxon. ISBN10: 0-415-36131-1 (hbk), ISBN10: 0-415-36132-X (pbk), ISBN13: 9-78-0-415-36131-6 (hbk), ISBN13: 9-78-0-415-36132-3 (pbk).

Hall, C.M. & Page, S.J. (eds.) 2006, The Geography of Tourism and Recreation: environment, place and space, Third edition. Routledge, Oxon. ISBN10: 0-415-33560-4, ISBN13: 9-78-0-415-33560-7 (hbk). ISBN10: 0-415-33561-2, ISBN13: 9-78-0-415-33561-4 (pbk)


Book Chapters

Carr, A. (2006). Lakes, Myths and Legends: The Relationship between Tourism and Cultural Values for Water in Aotearoa/New Zealand. In C.M. Hall & T. Harkonen, Lake Tourism: an integrated approach to lacustrine tourism systems. Channel View, Clevedon. ISBN 1-84541-041-6 (hbk), ISBN 1-84541-040-8 (pbk).

Carr, Neil. (2006). Creating Tourism Experiences for the 12-17 Years Old. In Weiermair and A. Brunner-Sperdin (Eds.), Erlebnisinszenierung im Tourismus: Erfolgreich mit emotionalen produkten und dienstleistungen (pp. 229-243) Berlin, Germany: Erich Schmidt Verlag.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Urban entrepreneurship, corporate interests and sports mega-events: the thin policies of competitiveness within the hard outcomes of neoliberalism, Horne and Manzenreiter 'Sports Mega Events: Social Scientific Analyses of a Global Phenomenon. Blackwell, Oxford. ISBN: 978-1-4051-5290-7.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Tourism and the New Europe: Views from Beyond Europe. In D. Hall, M. Smith & B. Marciszweska, Tourism in the New Europe: The Challenges and Opportunities of EU Enlargement. CABI, Oxfordshire, UK. ISBN: 978-1-84593-117-9.

Hall, CM and Michael, E.J. (2007). Issues in Regional Development. In E.J. Michael Micro-Clusters and Networks: The Growth of Tourism. Elsevier, Oxford. ISBN: 978-0-08-045096-4.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Amenity Migration in the South Island of New Zealand: Contestation for land and landscape in Central Otago. In A.G. Moss (Ed.), The Amenity Migrants: Seeking and sustaining mountains and their cultures. CABI, Oxon. ISBN 978 0 85199 084 2.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Policy, Planning and Governance in Ecotourism. In S. Gossling & J. Hultman, Ecotourism in Scandinavia: Lessons in theory and practice. CABI, Oxon. ISBN: 1 84593 134 3.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Buddhism, tourism and the middle way. In D.J. Timothy & D.H. Olsen, Tourism Religion and Spiritual Journeys. Routledge, Oxon. ISBN10: 0-415-35445-5, ISBN13: 9-78-0-415-35445-5.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Introduction, In R.W. Butler, The Tourism Area Lifecycle, Vol.1: Applications and Modifications. Channelview, Clevedon. ISBN: 1-84541-026-2 (hbk), 1-84541-025-4 (pbk), 1-84541-027-0 (electronic).

Hall, C.M. (2006). Introduction. In R.W. Butler, The Tourism Area Lifecycle, Vol.2: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues. Channelview, Clevedon. ISBN: 1-84541-029-7 (hbk), 1-84541-028-9 (pbk), 1-84541-030-0 (electronic).

Hall, C.M. (2006). Space-time accessibility and the TALC: The role of geographies of spacial interaction and mobility in contributing to an improved understanding of tourism. In R.W. Butler, The Tourism Area Lifecycle, Vol.2: Conceptual and Theoretical Issues. Channelview, Clevedon. ISBN: 1-84541-029-7 (hbk), 1-84541-028-9 (pbk), 1-84541-030-0 (electronic).

Hall, C. M. and Mitchell, R.D. (2006). Gastronomy, food and wine tourism. In D. Buhalis, and C. Costa (Eds.) Tourism Business Frontiers: consumers, products and industry (p.137-147). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford. ISBN: 0 7506 6377 4

Higham, J. and Maher, H. (2007). Protected Lands. In D. Dredge, and J. Jenkins, Tourism Planning and Policy. Wiley, Australia. ISBN 9 7804 7080 7767.

Higham, J. (2006). Sport Tourism as an Attraction for Managing Seasonality. In H. Gibson, Sport Tourism, Concepts and Theories. Routledge, Oxon. ISBN: 0-415-34809-9 or 978-0-415-34809-6.

Michael, E.J. and Hall, C.M. (2007). A Path for Policy. In E.J. Michael, Micro-Clusters and Networks: The Growth of Tourism. Elsevier, Oxford. ISBN: 978-0-08-045096-4.

Mitchell, R. D. (2006). Influences on post-visit wine purchase (and non-purchase) by New Zealand winery visitors. In J. Carlsen & S. Charters (Eds.), Global Wine Tourism: Research, Management & Marketing (pp.95-109). CABI, Wallingford. ISBN: 1 8459 3170 X.

Journal Articles

Carr, N. (2006). A comparison of adolescents' and parents' holiday motivations and desires. Tourism and Hospitality Research, 6(2), 129-142.

Coles, T., Duval, D.T., & Hall, C.M. (2005). Sobre el turismo y la movilidad en tiempos de movimento y conjectura posdisciplinar. Politica y Sociedad, 42(2), 181-198.

Coles, T.E., Hall, C.M., & Duval, D.T. (2006). Tourism and post-disciplinary enquiry. Current Issues in Tourism, 9(4&5), 293-319.

Duval, D.T. (2006c). Coasian economics and the management of international aviation emissions. International Journal of Innovation and Sustainable Development, 1(3), 201-213.

Duval, D.T. (2006). Grid/Group Theory and its Applicability to Tourism and Migration. Tourism Geographies. Volume 8, Number 1 / February 2006.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Bushwalkers, national parks and the age of conservation: The creation of Australia's first alpine National Park' in Wirtschaftsgeographische Studien. Unterwegs in touristischen Landschaften, Band 32/33 (Sonderdruck), Wien, WUV Universitaetsverlag.

Jitpraphai, S., Hall, C.M., & Carr, N. (2006). The legalisation of casinos and gaming in Thailand: Hospitality and tourism perspectives. Euro Asia Journal of Management, 16(2), 153-66.

Mitchell, R. D., & Hall C .M. (2006). Wine Tourism Research: The State of Play. Tourism Review International, 9(4), 307-332.

Conference Contributions

Carr, Anna; Lovelock, B., & Wright, R. (2006). Beyond National Parks: Conservation Parks - the new destination for New Zealand outdoor families' New Zealand National Tourism Conference: Tourism Beyond Nature. University of Otago, 5-7 December, electronic publication.

Carr, N. (2006). When is a 'dog friendly' holiday experience really 'friendly'?' Proceedings of the IGU Commission on Tourism, Leisure and Global Change Pre-Congress Symposium, (pp. 13). Brisbane 30th June - 1st July 2006.

Carr, N. (2006). The position of freedom within tourism: A conceptual reflection. In Department of Tourism, University of Otago (Ed.), Proceedings of the ATLAS Asia-Pacific Tourism After Oil conference, (pp. 22). Dunedin 3-5 December 2006.

Carr, N. (2006). Leisure practices and tourism development. Proceedings of the Beijing International Tourism Symposium - Modern Leisure Practices and Tourism Development, (pp. 54-67). Beijing, China: Institute of Tourism.

Carr, N. (2006). Researching the holiday experience from a dog's perspective: Anthropomorphing or understanding? Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society-IBG (RGS-IBG) Annual International Conference, (CD-ROM).

Carr, N. (2006). Deviant leisure - A deviant concept? Verbal presentation at the International Geographical Union ( IGU) Conference and Joint Meeting of the Institute of Australian Geographers and the New Zealand Geographical Society, Brisbane, Australia.

Duncan, T. (2006). Temporary Mobility: A reworking of backpacking? New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

Duncan, T. (2006). Exploring the Backpacker: the complexities of a definition. Cutting Edge Research in Tourism: New Directions, Challenges and Directions, School of Management, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK.

Hall, C.M. (2006). Los derechos culturales, turismo e indicadores de desarrollo humano: el papel de la evaluacion. In Derechos Culturales y Desarollo Humano, publicacion de textos del diologo del forum Universal de las Culturas de Barcelona 2004, (pp. 222).

Mitchell, R. D., & Schreiber, C., (2006). Barriers to Vertical Integration between the Wine and Tourism Industries: The Case of Central Otago, New Zealand. In Proceedings of the Third International Wine Business Research Conference, Montpellier, 6-7-8 July 2006 (CD-ROM) – 18 page working paper.

Evans-Turner, T., & Mitchell, R. D., (2006). Qualitative Projective Methods and Holistic Components of Destination. Book of Abstracts, pp.61. Beyond Nature: New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference Proceedings, (CD-ROM). ISBN 978-0-473-12056-6

Wright, R., & Mitchell, R. D., (2006). Co-opetition Amongst Regional Tourism Organisations during the 2005 Lions Tour of New Zealand. Book of Abstracts, p.36. Beyond Nature: New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference Proceedings, 2006. (CDRom) ISBN 978-0-473-12056-6.

Mitchell, R. D., Christensen, D. & Galloway, G. 2006. Wine clubs, wine tourists, enduring involvement and personality traits. In J. Carlsen (ed.) World Wine and Travel Summit and Exhibition Academic Stream Proceedings, Perth: Curtin University.pp. 50.

Mosedale, J. 2006. 'Commodity chains: connecting flows with places', in Beyond Nature, New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference 2006, Abstract Book, p.101.

Book Reviews

Carr, Anna. (2006). [Review of the book Cultural Tourism, by H. Du Cros & B. McKercher (Eds.)]. Tourism Analysis, 11(2), 165-7.

Carr, N. (2006). [Review of the book The Global Nomad: Backpacker travel in theory and practice, by G. Richards, J. Wilson (Eds.)]. Tourism Management, 27(2), 353-355.

Carr, Neil. (2006). [Review of the book Tourist behaviour: Themes and conceptual schemes, by P. Pearce]. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 14(5), 523-525.