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About Dr Brent Moyle

Dr Brent Moyle BBus/BCom(Monash), BBus/BCom(Hons)(Monash), PhD(Monash)
Dr Brent Moyle’s PhD research, funded by the Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre, focused on Host-Guest interaction on Australian islands. During his PhD Brent also worked as a researcher for the Tourism Research Unit at Monash University contributing to numerous projects relating to natural and protected areas, specially focusing on marketing, interpretation, visitor behaviour and strategic partnerships. He has also collaborated on several projects for the University of Queensland and Southern Cross University. Brent’s research interests include protected area management, visitor communication, the impacts of tourism on communities and the environment, behaviour change, policy and planning, amateur athletes engaged in serious leisure, as well as tourism postgraduate dissertations. Brent’s research has been published in several internationally recognised journals including Annals of Tourism Research, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Tourism Analysis and the Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research. Brent is currently employed as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Tourism and Hospitality Management at Southern Cross University as is working on an ARC Linkage project titled: Promoting and Managing National Parks into the 21st Century. The project aims to improve our understanding of the place of parks in society, building on and improving theories, methodologies and instruments for positioning and managing parks and visitors to parks.

Positions

Present Adjunct Fellow, School of Business & Tourism, Southern Cross University
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Coolangatta QLD
Australia 4225

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