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Department of Tourism Publications 1999

Books - Authored Research

Hall, C.M. and Page, S. The Geography ofTourism and Recreation. Routledge, London (1999) 309p.

Book Chapters

Hall, C.M. Leisure and tourism organisations. In Sport, Leisure and Tourism InformationSources: A Guide for Researchers. M. Scarrot (ed), Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford (1999) 197-231

Hall, C.M. and Mark, S. The botanist's last journey: John Muir in South America and Southern Africa, 1911-12. In John Muir inHistorical Perspective. S. Miller (ed), Peter Lang Publishing (1999) 217-232

Kearsley, G.W. Tourism in Otago and Southland. In The Cyclopaedia of Otago and Southland. P. Sorrell (ed), Longacre Press, Dunedin (1999) 790-793

Journal Articles - Refereed Article

Hall, C.M. Rethinking collaboration and partnership: A public policy perspective. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 7(3/4):274-289 (1999)

Hall, C.M. Voices from the periphery: Recent Australasian writings on tourism and related subjects. Tourism Geographies1(2):244-250 (1999)

Higham, J.E.S. Sport as an avenue of tourism development: An analysis of the positive and negative impacts of sport tourism. Current Issues in Tourism 2(1):82-90 (1999)

Hinch, T.D., McIntosh, A.J. and Ingram, T. Managing Maori tourist attractions in Aotearoa. World Leisure and Recreation41(2):21-24 (1999)

McIntosh, A.J. Into the tourist's mind: Understanding the value of the heritage experience. Journal of Travel and TourismMarketing 8(1):41-64 (1999)

McIntosh, A.J. and Prentice, R.C. Affirming authenticity: Consuming cultural representations as tourism. Annuals of Tourism Research 26(3):589-612 (1999)

Major Reviews

Hinch, T., McIntosh, A. and Ingram, T. 1999. Maori attractions in Aotearoa: Setting A context for sustainable tourism. ResearchPaper Number 6. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (1999)

Kearsley, G.W., Kliskey, A.D., Higham, J.E.S. and Higham, E.C. Perceptions of wilderness in the South Island of New Zealand: A multiple images approach. In Research Paper Number 4. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (1999)

Kearsley, G.W., Mitchell, R.D. and Croy, W.G.Sustainable tourism project Delphi report. In Research Paper Number 7. Centre for Tourism, University of Otago, Dunedin (1999) 1-19

Duval, D.T. Review of B.E.M. King, Creating Island Resorts (Routledge). Tourism Geographies 1(3):374-379 (1999)

Duval, D.T. Review of D.A. Fennell, Ecotourism: An Introduction (Routledge). Journal of Information Technology in Tourism 2(3/4):229-230 (1999)

Conference Contributions

Carr, A.M. (1999) “Tangata whenua, mana whenua and manuhiri: Managing differing environmental values in natural areas – the Māori perspective.” Abstract only, International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), July 7-10 1999, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, p. 30.

Kearsley, G.W., McIntosh, A.J. and A.M. Carr (1999) “Māori Myths, Beliefs and Values: products and constraints for New Zealand Tourism.” in E. Arola and T. Mikkonen (eds.) Tourism Industry and Education Symposium Proceedings, Reports and Proceedings Jyvaskyla Polytechnic No 5, Jyvaskyla Polytechnic, Finland, 292-302.


J.E.S. Higham & T.D. Hinch
The development of Rugby Super 12 and its implications for tourism:
The case of the Otago Highlanders.
(Industry Report)
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