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Department of Tourism Publications 2000

Books - Authored Research

Hall, C.M. Tourism Planning: Policies, Processes and Relationships. Prentice, Hall, Harlow (2000) 236p

Hall, C.M. and Page, S. (eds) Tourism in South and South East Asia: Issues and Cases. Butterworth-Heinnemann, Oxford (2000) 293p

Reports

Flognfeldt, T. The Route Dimension in Tourism - 2. for Lillehammer College. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand (2000) 80p

Flognfeldt, T. The Route Dimension in Tourism - 3. for Lillehammer College. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand (2000) 41p

Flognfeldt, T. The Travellers Stay at a Site: A Reflection of the Usage of Trip Index to Measure the Importance of a Site in the Complete Route. for Lillehammer College. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (2000) 68p

Flognfeldt, T. Visitors at Information and Attraction Sites: Presentation of Consumption Data from Students' Field Work Summer of 1998. for Lillehammer College. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (2000) 160p

Flognfeldt, T. and Nordgreen, R. Visitors at Information and Attraction Sites: Presentation of Data and the Use of Information from Students' Field Work Summer of 1998. for Lillehammer College. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (2000) 132p

Kearsley, G.W., Russell, S., Croy, W.G. and Mitchell, R.D. Recreational and Tourist Use in the New Zealand's Natural areas: Activities, Motivations and Social Impacts. Research Paper Number 9. for Foundation for Research, Science and Technology. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (2000) 57p

McIntosh, A.J., Smith, A.B. and Ingram, T. Tourist Experiences of Maori Culture in Aotearoa, New Zealand. Research Paper Number 8. for Foundation for Research, Science and Technology. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (2000) 13p

Books - Edited

Hall, C.M., Sharples, E., Cambourne, B. and Macionis, N. (eds). Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. Butterworth-Heinnemann, Oxford (2000) 348p

Book Chapters

Cambourne, B., Hall, C.M., Johnson, G., Macionis, N., Mitchell, R.D. and Sharples, L. The maturing wine tourism product: An international overview. In Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. C.M. Hall, E. Sharples, B. Cambourne, and N. Macionis (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 24-66

Cambourne, B., Hall, C.M., Johnson, G., Mitchell, R.D. and Sharples, L. The future of wine tourism. In Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. C.M. Hall, E. Sharples, B. Cambourne and N. Macionis (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 297-320

Hall, C.M. Rethinking collaboration and partnership: A public policy perspective. In Tourism Collaboration and Partnerships: Policy, Practice and Sustainability. B Bramwell and B Lane (eds). Channel View Publications, Clevedon (2000) 143-158

Hall, C.M. Tourism and the environment: Problems, institutional arrangements and approaches. In Tourism in South and South East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 94-103

Hall, C.M. Tourism and the establishment of national parks in Australia. In Tourism and National Parks. R. Butler and S. Boyd (eds). John Wiley, Chichester (2000) 29-38

Hall, C.M. Tourism in Indonesia: The end of the new order. In Tourism in South and South East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 157-166

Hall, C.M. Tourism, national parks and aboriginal populations. In Tourism and National Parks. R. Butler and S. Boyd (eds). John Wiley, Chichester (2000) 55-71

Hall, C.M. and Higham, J.E.S. Wilderness management in the forests of New Zealand: Historical development and contemporary issue in environemental management. In Forest Tourism and Recreation: Case Studies in Environmental Management. X. Font and J. Tribe (eds). CAB International, Wallingford (2000) 143-160

Hall, C.M., Johnson, G., Cambourne, B., Macionis, N., Mitchell, R.D. and Sharples, L. Wine tourism: An introduction. In Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. C.M. Hall, E. Sharples, B. Cambourne and N. Macionis (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 1-23

Hall, C.M., Johnson, G. and Mitchell, R.D. Wine tourism and regional development. In Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. C.M. Hall, E. Sharples, B. Cambourne and N. Macionis (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 196-225

Hall, C.M., Longo, A.M., Mitchell, R.D. and Johnson, G. Wine tourism in New Zealand. In Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. C.M. Hall, E. Sharples, B. Cambourne and N. Macionis (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 150-174

Hall, C.M. and Oehlers, A. Tourism and politics in South and Southeast Asia: Political instability and policy. In Tourism in South and South-East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 77-94

Hall, C.M. and Page, S. Introduction: Tourism in South and Southeast Asia: Region and context. In Tourism in South and South-East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (1999) 3-28

Hall, C.M. and Page, S. Conclusion - prospects for tourism in South and Southeast Asia in the new millennium. In Tourism in South and South-East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 286-290

Hall, C.M. and Page, S. Developing tourism in South Asia: India, Pakistan and Bangladesh - SAARC and beyond. In Tourism in South and South-East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 197-224

Hall, C.M. and Page, S. Tibet and Bhutan. In Tourism in South and South-East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 264-267

Hall, C.M. and Ringer, G. Tourism in Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar: From terrorism to tourism. In Tourism in South and South-East Asia: Critical Perspectives. C.M. Hall and S.J. Page (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 197-224

Higham, J.E.S. Thailand: Prospects for a tourism-led economic recovery. In Tourism in South and South East Asia: Issues and Cases. C.M. Hall and S. Page (eds). Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 129-143

Higham, J.E.S. and Hinch, T. Sport tourism and the transition to professional rugby union in New Zealand: The spatial dimension of tourism associated with the Orago Highlanders, Southern New Zealand. In Reflections on International Tourism: Motivations, Behaviour and Tourist Types. M. Robinson, P. Long, N. Evans, R. Sharpley and J. Swarbrooke (eds). Business Education Publishers Ltd, Sunderland (2000) 145-158

Kearsley, G.W., Russell, S. and Mitchell, R.D. The contribution of front country tourist recreation towards increased crowding and dissatisfaction in New Zealand's natural environments. In Reflections on International Tourism: Motivations, Behaviour and Tourist Types. M.R. Robinson, P. Long, N. Evans, S. Sharpley, & J. Swarbrooke (eds). Business Education Publishers, Sunderland (2000) 243-252

Kearsley, G.W. and Croy, W.G. Land tenure change in the South Island High Country and its implications for recreation and tourism in New Zealand. In Reflections on International Tourism: Environmental Management and Pathways to Sustainable Tourism. M.R. Robinson, P. Long, N. Evans, S. Sharpley and J. Swarbrooke (eds). Business Education Publishers, Sunderland (2000) 113-124

Mitchell, R.D., Hall, C.M. and McIntosh, A.J. Wine tourism and consumer behaviour. In Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets. C.M. Hall, E. Sharples, B. Cambourne and N. Macionis (eds). Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (2000) 115-135

Journal Articles - Refereed Article

Aitken, C. and Hall, C.M. Migrant and foreign skills and their relevance to the tourism industry. Tourism Geographies 2(1):66-86 (2000)

Cutforth, F. Pacfic rim cuisine. Pacific Tourism Review 4:45-52 (2000)

Hall, C.M. The future of tourism: A personal speculation. Tourism Recreation Research 25:85-95 (2000)

Hall, C.M. The tourist and economic significant of Antarctic travel in Australian and New Zealand Antarctic gateway cities. Tourism and Hospitality Research: The Surrey Quarterly Review 2(2):157-169 (2000)

Hall, C.M. and Mitchell, R.D. We are, what we eat: Food, tourism and globalisation. Tourism, Culture and Communication 2(1):29-37 (2000)

Hall, C.M. and Mitchell, R.D. Wine tourism and rural restructuring and reimaging in the Mediterranean: A tool for restructuring and development. Thunderbird International Business Review 42(4):445-465 (2000)

Kearsley, G.W. and Coughlan, D.P. Coping with crowding: Tourist displacement in the New Zealand back country. Current Issues in Tourism 2(2 & 3):197-210 (1999)

Ritchie, B.W. and Hall, C.M. Bicycle tourism and regional development. Anatolia: An International Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research 10(2):89-112 (1999)

Tucker, H.M. (2000). Tourism and the loss of memory in Zelve, Cappadocia. Oral History 28,79-88.

Williams, A. and Hall, C.M. Tourism and migration: New relationships between production and consumption. Tourism Geographies 2(1):5-27 (2000)

Journal - Letters or Notes

Hall, C.M. and Kearsley, G.W. Editorial. Current Issues in Tourism 2(2&3):91-92 (1999)

Lueck, M. Contemporary issues in heritage and environmental interpretation. Annals of Tourism Research 27(4):1071-1074 (2000)

Lueck, M. Ecotourism in natural settings: A view into value systems and on-site experiences of visitors to New Zealand eco-attractions, sites and tours. International Journal of Tourism Research 2(3):217-222 (2000)

Lueck, M. The earthscan reader in sustainable tourism. Tourism Management 21:540-541 (2000)

Williams, A. and Hall, C.M. Tourism and Migration. In Tourism Geographies. 2(1):2-4 (2000)

Major Reviews

Hall, C.M. Georgraphy of Sustainable Tourism. In International Geographical Union Bulletin. (1999) 49(2):181-183

Hall, C.M. Study group on the geography of sustainable tourism of the International Geographic Union - tourism and migration, conferences and research. In Tourism Geographies. (1999) 1(1):132-134

Hall, C.M. Discussion Forum: International Geographical Union Study Group on the Geography of Sustainable Tourism. In Tourism Geographies (2000) 2(3):362-366

Hall, C.M. Geography of Sustainable Tourism/Geographie du tourisme durable. In International Geographical Union Bulletin. (2000) 50(1):177-185

Hall, C.M. John Muir. In Biographical Dictionary of Literary Influences: the Nineteenth Century, 1800-1914. J. Powell (ed). Greenwood Publishing, Westport (2000) 303-304

Hall, C.M. Policy. In Encyclopedia of Tourism. J.Jafari (ed). Routledge, London and New York (2000) 445-448

Hall, C.M. Political economy. In Encyclopedia of Tourism. J. Jafari (ed). Routledge, London and New York (2000) 448-450

Page, S. and Hall, C.M. New Zealand. In EIU Country Reports. (2000) 4:47-75

Duval, D.T. Review of D. Nash, Anthropology of Tourism (Pergamon/Elsevier). International Journal of Tourism Research 2(4):304-306 (2000)

Conference Publications - Full Refereed Paper

Carr, A. and Higham, J.E.S. (2000) “Ecotourism and Interpretation: Changing values and attitudes in pursuit of pro-environmental behaviour.”New Zealand National Tourism Conference: Industry meets Academia. Auckland University of Technology, 5-8 December 2000, electronic publication on conference website.

Higham, J.E.S., Kearsley, G.W. and Kliskey, A.D. Wilderness perception scaling in New Zealand: An analysis of wilderness perceptions held by users, nonusers and international visitors. In Wilderness Science in a Time of Change: Voume II: Wilderness within the context of larger systems. S.F McCool,

D.N. Cole, W.T. Borrie and J. O'Loughlin (comps) (eds). US department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Centre: Ogden, UT (2000) RMRS-P-15-Vol-2:218-222

Ritchie, B.W. and Hall, C.M. Mega events and human rights. In Proceedings of Sport and Human Rights Conference. T. Taylor (ed). University of Technology, Sydney (1999) 102-115

Conference Publications - Full Paper, Non-Refereed

Higham, J.E.S. The development of internet based tourism distance learning resources: possibilities, potential and pitfalls. In Distance Education Association of New Zealand Conference. DEANZ, Dunedin (2000) 181-195

Mitchell, R.D. and Hall, C.M. Tourist terroir: The importance of region in the wine tourism experience. In 1st World Forum on Agritourism and Rural Tourism. International Assc of Experts in Rural Tourism, Perugia (2000)

Conference Publications - Extract of Paper

Tucker, H. M. (2000). Changing culture: Tourism and gender relations in Turkey. Abstract Book of the Third International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference. Birmingham: Birmingham Research Centre for Cultural Studies.

Tucker, H. M. (2000). Heritage, memory and experience in Cappadocia, Central Turkey. In J. Wilson et al (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Oral History Conference, 2, (pp. 900-903). Istanbul: International Oral History Association.

Website Conference Proceedings

Croy, W.G. Research for tourism organisations: Utilising the cheap seats. In 4th New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference (2000)
http://online.aut.ac.nz/conferences/NZTHRC/Conf.nsf

Hall, C.M. Integrated heritage management. In Heritage Economics: Challenges for Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Development in the 21st Century. Australian Heritage Commission, Canberra (2000) http://www.environment.gov.au.heritage/infores/publications/generalpubs/economics/jump.html

Hall, C.M. Packaging Canada/packaging places: Tourism, culture and identity in the 21st century. In The Canadian Distinctiveness into the XXIst Century (2000) http://www.iccs-ciec.ca

PhD Theses

Barker, M. An Empirical Investigation of Tourist Crime in New Zealand: Perceptions, Victimisation and Implications for the Future. J.E.S. Higham and G.W. Kearsley (supervisors)

Ritchie, B.W. Cycle Tourism in the South Island of New Zealand. C.M. Hall, J.E.S. Higham and G.W. Kearsley (supervisors)

Other Publications

Carr, A.M. (2000) “Mountain Madness: Guided Mountaineering in New Zealand’s Southern Alps”. Electronic publication at Department of Tourism Website