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Journal articles (7)
Assessing preferences of potential visitors for nature-based experiences in protected areas Tourism Management (2017)
Visitor experiences have been identified as critical for the sustainable management of tourism destinations. However, researchers have given limited attention to how to measure visitor preferences for different, newly proposed experiences, especially in nature-based tourism ...
To climb or not to climb? Balancing stakeholder priorities at an iconic national park Journal of Ecotourism (2017)
In the management of protected areas, stakeholders range from supra-national organisations, through to national and local-level decision-makers. Although there has been substantive research on stakeholders, there is limited inquiry on involving them in the development ...
From invisible to Indigenous-driven: a critical typology of research in Indigenous tourism Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management (2012)
This article applies a critical, deconstructive lens to examine the assumptions underpinning research in Indigenous tourism. The authors propose a conceptual typology to explore the presence, role and voice of Indigenous people within this body ...
Strengths, support and self-determination: Indigenous tourism planning and the Biamie Dreaming Cooperative PhD thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore, NSW (2010)
Research shows considerable demand for Australian Indigenous culture by international and domestic tourists. Few empirical studies, however, have explicitly examined how Indigenous tourism can promote economic development and selfsufficiency for Aboriginal people themselves. Further, in ...