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Department of Tourism Publications 2005

Books

Hall, C.M. & Boyd, S. (eds.) 2005, Tourism and Nature-based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development or Disaster, Channelview Publications, Clevedon. ISBN: 1-84541-000-9 (Pbk) ISBN: 1-8541-001-7 (Hbk).

Hall, C.M. & Higham, J.E.S. (eds.) 2005, Tourism, Recreation and Climate Change, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Higham, J.E.S. (ed) 2005. SportTourism Destinations: Issues, opportunities and analysis. Oxford: Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann. 304pp. ISBN: 0 7506 5937 8.

Hall, C.M. 2005. Tourism, Rethinking the Social Science of Mobility, Prentice-Hall, Harlow. 448pp ISBN 058232789X (pbk).

Cooper, C. & Hall, C.M. (eds) 2005. Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon. 416pp ISBN 1-873150-87-3 (Hbk) 1-873150-86-5 (pbk) 1-873150-88-1 (Ebk).

Book Chapters

Boyd, S. & Hall, C.M. 2005. 'Nature-based tourism and regional development in peripheral areas: Making peripheral destinations competitive', in Hall & Boyd (eds) Tourism and Nature-based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development or Disaster, Channelview Publications, Clevedon. ISBN: 1-84541-000-9 (Pbk) ISBN: 1-8541-001-7 (Hbk).

Hall, C.M. & Boyd, S. 2005. 'Nature-based tourism and regional development in peripheral areas: Introduction', in Tourism and Nature-based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development or Disaster, Channelview Publications, Clevedon. ISBN: 1-84541-000-9 (Pbk) ISBN: 1-8541-001-7 (Hbk).

Butler, R.W. & Hall, C.M. 2005. 'The importance of fashion and accessibility on destination consumption', pp. 94-100 in Buhalis & Costa (eds), Tourism Business Frontiers: Consumers, Products and Industry, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford.

Coles, T., Duval, D.T. and Hall, C.M. 2005. 'Tourism, Mobility and Global Communities: New Approaches to Theorising Tourism and Tourist Spaces', in Theobald, W. (ed.) Global Tourism: the next decade (3rd Edition), Butterworth Heinemann. ISBN 0750677899.

Dickey, A. & Higham, J.E.S. (2005). A Spatial Analysis of Commercial Ecotourism Businesses in New Zealand: A c.1999 Benchmarking Exercise Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Tourism Geographies. 7(4): 373-388.

Duval, D.T. 2005. 'Space Tourism, Small Steps, Giant Leaps: Space as the Destination of the Future', in M. Novelli (ed.) Niche Tourism, Contemporary Issues, Trends and Cases, Oxford: Elsevier. ISBN: 0 7506 6133 X.

Duval, D.T. 2005. 'Expressions of Migrant Mobilities among Caribbean Migrants in Toronto, Canada', in R. Potter, D. Conway and J. Phillips (ed.s) The Experience of Return Migration. Caribbean Perspectives. Ashgate. ISBN 07546 4329 8.

Duval, D.T. 2005. ' Tourism and Air Transport in Oceania', in C. Cooper and C.M. Hall (ed.s) Oceania, A Tourism Handbook. Channel View. ISBN: 1-873150-87-3.

Hall, C.M. & Higham, J.E.S. 2005, 'Introduction: tourism, recreation and climate change', in Hall, C.M. & Higham, J.E.S. (eds.) Tourism, Recreation and Climate Change, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Selling Places: Hallmark Events and the Reimaging of Sydney and Toronto', in The Political Economy of Sport, (eds), John Nauright and Kimberly S. Schimmel, Hampshire: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 129-151.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Shifting spaces of masculinity: From Carisbrook to the MCG', in Spaces of Masculinity, (eds), B.a van Hoven & K. Hoerschelmann, London: Routledge, pp. 155-64.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Sport tourism planning', in Sport Tourism Destinations: Issues, Opportunities and Analysis, ed. J.E.S. Higham, Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, pp. 103-121.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Rural wine and food tourism cluster and network development' in Rural Tourism and Sustainable Business,. M. Mitchell & D. Hall (eds), Clevedon: Channelview Press, pp. 149-64.

Hall, C.M. & Mitchell, R. 2005, 'Food tourism', in Niche Tourism: Contemporary Issues, Trends and Cases, (ed), M. Novelli, Butterworth Heinemann, pp73-88.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'The role of government in the management of tourism: The public sector and tourism policies', in The Management of Tourism, (eds), L. Pinder & R. Sharpley, Sage.

Hall, C.M. 2005. 'El Turismo y los Flujos Contemporaneos - Tourism and Contemporary Mobilities', in J. Casariego & E. Guerra (eds.) Reinventar el Destino, Reflexiones Sobre el Espacio Turistico Contemporaneo - Reinventing the Destination, Reflections on the Contemporary Tourist Space. Canary Islands: ASHOTEL. ISBN: 84-931120-6-2 or ISBN: 1575-6645.

Hall, C.M. & Mitchell, R. 2005. 'Gastronomic Tourism, Comparing Food and Wine Tourism Experiences', in M. Novelli (ed.) Niche Tourism, Contemporary Issues, Trends and Cases, Oxford: Elsevier. ISBN: 0 7506 6133 X.

Hall, C.M. & Mitchell, R. 2005. 'Gastronomy, food and wine tourism', pp. 137-147 in Buhalis & Costa (eds), Tourism Business Frontiers: Consumers, Products and Industry, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford.

Hall, C.M. 2005. 'Demography', pp.9-18 in Buhalis & Costa (eds), Tourism Dynamics: Trends, Management and Tools, Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford.

Hall, C.M. & Rusher, K. 2005. 'Entrepreneurial characteristics and issues in the small-scale accommodation sector in New Zealand', pp. 143-54 in Jones & Haven (eds) Tourism SMEs, Service Quality and Destination Competitiveness: International Perspectives, CABI, Wallingford.

Hall, C.M. & Valentin, A. 2005, 'Content Analysis', in Ritchie, Burns and Palmer (eds.) Tourism Research Methods: integrating theory with practice, Wallingford: CABI. ISBN: 0 85199 996 4.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Seducing global capital: reimaging and the creation of seductive space in Melbourne and Sydney', in Cartier & A. Lew (eds.) Seductions of Place: Geographies of Touristed Landscapes, Routledge, New York. ISBN: 0-415-19218-8 (hbk) ISBN: 0-415-19219-6 (pbk).

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'The Future of Tourism Research', in Ritchie, Burns and Palmer (eds.) Tourism Research Methods: integrating theory with practice, Wallingford: CABI. ISBN: 0 85199 9964.

Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Rural Wine and Food Tourism Cluster and Network Development', in Hall, Kirkpatrick and Mitchell (eds.) Rural Tourism and Sustainable Business, Clevedon: Channel View Publications. ISBN: 1 84541 012 2 (hbk) 1 84541 011 4 (pbk).

Higham, J. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Making tourism sustainable: the real challenge of climate change?' pp.301-307 in Hall, C.M. & Higham, J.E.S. (eds.) Tourism, Recreation and Climate Change, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Lovelock, B.A. (2005) Tea-sippers or arsonists? Environmental NGOs and their responses to protected area tourism: A historical analysis of the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 13 (6) pp529-545.

Shelton, E.J.and Lübcke, H. (2005). Penguins as Sights, Penguins as Site; The problematics of contestation. In C.M. Hall and S. Boyd (Eds.), Nature-based Tourism in Peripheral Areas: Development or disaster, Clevedon: Channel View.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Introduction to the Pacific Islands', pp. 165-82 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Tourism in the Pacific Islands', pp. 183-294 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Introduction to New Zealand', pp. 89-98 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Demand for tourism in New Zealand', pp. 99-115 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'The organization of tourism in New Zealand', pp. 116-32 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'The New Zealand tourism industry', pp. 133-52 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Treloar, P. & Hall, C.M. 2005, 'Sources of New Zealand tourism statistics'', pp. 153-61 in Cooper & Hall (eds) Oceania: A Tourism Handbook, Channelview Publications, Clevedon.

Journal Articles - Refereed Article

Amoamo, M., & Boyd, S. (2005). Shifting Images: An Historical and Contemporary View of Tourism Development in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Tourism and Hospitality, Planning and Development, 2(1), 1-15.

Ballantyne, R., Carr, N., & Hughes, K. (2005). Between the flags: an assessment of domestic and international university students' knowledge of beach safety in Australia. Tourism Management, 26(4), 617-622.

Blumberg, K. (2005). Tourism destination marketing – A tool for destination management? A case study from Nelson/Tasman Region, New Zealand. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 10(1), 45 - 57.

Carr, N., & Axelsen, M. (2005). Sightseeing: An integral component of the study abroad experience. Tourism, 53(1), 77-83.

Carr, N. (2005), 'Poverty, debt, and conspicuous consumption: university students tourism experiences. Tourism Management, 26(5), 797-806.

Coles, T., Hall, C.M., & Duval, D.T. (2005). Mobilizing Tourism: A Post-disciplinary Critique. Recreation Research, 30(2), 31-41.

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(1), 85-99.

Duval, D.T. (2005). Public/stakeholder perceptions of airline alliances: The New Zealand experience. Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol 11, 448-454.

Hall, C.M., & Mitchell, R.D. (2005). Wine Marlborough, a Profile of Visitors to New Zealand's Oldest Wine Festival. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, Vol 3, no.1.

Hall, C.M (2005). Systems of surveillance and control: commentary on 'An analysis of institutional contributors to three major academic tourism journals: 1992-2001'. Tourism Management, 26, 653-656.

Hall, C.M. (2005). Biosecurity and wine tourism. Tourism Management, 26, 931-938.

Hall, C.M. (2005). Time, space, tourism and social physics. Tourism Recreation Research, 30(1), 93-8.

Higham, J. (2005). Sport Tourism as an Attraction for Managing Seasonality. Sport in Society, 8(2), 238-262.

Hinch, T., & Higham, J. (2005). Sport, Tourism and Authenticity. European Sport Management Quarterly, 5(3), 243-256.

Lovelock, B.A. (2005). Tea-sippers or arsonists? Environmental NGOs and their responses to protected area tourism: A historical analysis of the Royal Forest and Bird Protection Society of New Zealand. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 13(6), 529-545.

Lovelock, B.A., & Robinson, K. (2005). Maximising economic returns from consumptive wildlife tourism in peripheral areas: White-tailed deer hunting on Stewart Island/Rakiura, New Zealand. In Hall, M and Boyd, S (eds) Nature-based tourism in peripheral areas: Development or disaster? Channelview, Clevedon.

Shelton, E.J., & Tucker, H. (2005). Tourism and disability: Issues beyond access. Tourism Review International, 8, 211-219.

Tucker, H. (2005). Narratives of place and self: Differing experiences of package coach tours in New Zealand. Tourist Studies, 5(3), 267-282.

Tucker, H., & Lynch, P. (2005). Host-Guest Dating: The Potential of Improving the Customer Experience through Host-Guest Psychographic Matching. Journal of Quality Assurance in Hospitality and Tourism, Vol 5, 2/3/4.

Major Reviews

Hall, C.M. 2005, International Review: 'Reconsidering the Geography of Tourism and Contemporary Mobility', in Geographical Research: Journal of the institute of Australian geographers. Vol 43, no. 2.

Book Reviews

Hall, C.M. 2006. Elzinger, Nordin, Turner & Wrakburg, Antarctic Challenges: historical and current perspectives on Otto Norden skjold's Antarctic expedition 1901-1903, in 'Environmental History' 10, Oct 2005, 797-799.

Shelton, E.J. 2005. Berger, A., Deconstructing Travel: Cultural Perspectives on Tourism. Tourist Studies 2005 5: 109-110.

Tucker, H. M. (2005). Review of the book [Qualitative research in tourism: Ontologies epistemologies and methodologies]. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 13(6), 638-640.

Working Papers

Hall, C.M. 2005. Competing from the periphery: Mobility, tourism and regional development, UOWP2005.3 University of Otago Working Papers in Competition, School of Business, University of Otago, Dunedin. ISSN 1176-9122.

Conference Contributions

Booth, K.L., (2005). Rights of public access for outdoor recreation in New Zealand. Unpublished paper presented to the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, held in Ostersund, Sweden, June 2005.

Carr, Anna. (2005). Lifestyle entrepreneurs, interpretation narrative and nature conservation at Nature Culture - interpreting the Divide. The Interpretation Association of Australia Annual Conference, Strahan, Tasmania October 2005.

Carr, N. (2005), Holidaying with the family pet: No dogs allowed!. In Agar, L., & Randall, C. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Canadian Congress on Leisure Research, (pp. 74-77). Malaspina: Canadian Association for Leisure Studies.

Carr, N. (2005). The Myth and Reality of Freedom and the Consequences for Leisure. Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Association for Leisure Studies 7th Biennial Conference, (pp.17). University of Waikato, Tauranga, New Zealand.

Tucker, H. (2005). 'Clean and Green' and 'Chuck and Fuck': Performing a young people's package tour of New Zealand. Tourism and Performance: Scripts, Stages and Stories.

Tucker, H. (2005). Youth and experience: Differing experiences of package coach tours in New Zealand. In C. Harris (Ed.), Proceedings of the International Conference on Critical Tourism Studies.