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Papers from 2008

Gambling by gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing

2008 Gold Coast Responsible Gambling Network Forum.

Gambling by gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing

2008 Responsible Gambling Advisory Committee Forum.

Influences of shift work on the gambling behaviour of staff working in Australian gaming venues, Nerilee Hing

2008 Proceedings of the 18th Annual Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference: Where the 'bloody hell' are we?.

When staff come out to play: gambling and problem gambling amongst gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing

2008 Queensland Gambling Help Forum.

Workplace influences on the gambling behaviour of gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing

2008 18th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies (NAGS) Conference.

How working in a gaming venue can lead to problem gambling: the experiences of six gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2008 Journal of Gambling Issues 21 21-29.

Influences of shift work on the gambling behaviour of staff working in gaming venues, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2008 Proceedings of the 18th Annual Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) : Tourism and Hospitality Research, Training and Practice: Where the 'bloody hell' are we?.

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Risk and protective factors relating to gambling by employees of gaming venues, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2008 International Gambling Studies 8:1 1-23.

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Working in Australian gaming venues, and shiftwork, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2008 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 15:1 8-14.

Indigenous gambling in Bundjalung country, Nerilee Hing, Ashley Gordon, and Helen Breen

2008 Northern Forum of NSW Gambling Help Counsellors.

Housing needs and policies for non-home owning sole mother renters, Louise Holdsworth

2008 3rd Australasian Housing Researchers’ Conference.

The impact of renting on disadvantaged social groups, Louise Holdsworth

2008 Experiencing the private rental market in Australia symposium.

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Women and housing: making women’s experience visible, Louise Holdsworth

2008 Reimagining sociology: proceedings of the annual conference of the Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

The importance of community connectedness for mental health and well-being, Louise Holdsworth, Brian Kelly, H Stain, Jeffrey D. Fuller, and C Coleman

2008 Promotion, early intervention and recovery: the 13th NSW Rural Mental Health conference.

Identifying the most important attractions in a region by discovering tourists opinions: Australian tourists in Bali, Neil Leiper, Nerilee Hing, and Michele Day

2008 Asian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research 2:2 18-34.

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Partial industrialisation in tourism: a new model, Neil Leiper, Lloyd Stear, Nerilee Hing, and Tracey Firth

2008 Current Issues in Tourism 11:3 207-235.

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Transience, memory and induced amnesia: the re-imagining of Darwin, Julie Roberts and Martin Young

2008 Journal of Australian Studies 32:1 51-62.

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Gambling screens and problem gambling estimates: a parallel psychometric assessment of the South Oaks Gambling Screen and the Canadian Problem Gambling Index, Matthew Stevens and Martin Young

2008 Gambling Research 20:1 13-36.

Healing through travel: two women’s experiences of loss and adaptation, Margaret Tiyce

2008 CAUTHE 2008: Tourism and Hospitality Research, Training and Practice: "Where the 'Bloody Hell' Are We?" 1246-1258.

Case study of wotif.com, Paul Weeks and C Tee

2008 eTourism case studies: management and marketing issues.

Wotif.com: last minute selling of distressed accommodation inventory, Paul Weeks and C Tee

2008 eTourism case studies 102-110.

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SOGS and CPGI: parallel comparison on a diverse population, Martin Young and Matthew Stevens

2008 Journal of Gambling Studies 25:1 337-356.

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Problem gambling within the non-Indigenous population of the Northern Territory of Australia: a multivariate analysis of risk factors, Martin Young, Matthew Stevens, and Mary Morris

2008 International Gambling Studies 8:1 77-93.

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Northern Territory 2005 gambling prevalence survey: an extended analysis, Martin Young, Matthew Stevens, and William Tyler

2008 Community Benefit Committee, Department of Justice, Northern Territory Government.

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Mediating markets: gambling venues, communities and social harm, Martin Young and William Tyler

2008 Gambling Research 20:1 50-65.

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Expenditure on electronic gaming machines in the Northern Territory: a venues-based analysis, Martin Young, William Tyler, David Lamb, and Matthew Stevens

2008 Community Benefit Committee, Department of Justice, Northern Territory Government.

Papers from 2007

Indigenous gambling in Far North Queensland: an early perspective, Helen Breen

2007 Queensland Gambling Help Service Forum: targeting best practice.

Indigenous gambling in north Queensland: counsellors’ perspectives, Helen Breen

2007 17th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

Typologies of Indigenous gambling in North Queensland, Helen Breen

2007 PRAXIS Conference.

Visitors to northern Australia: debating the history of Indigenous gambling, Helen Breen

2007 CAUTHE 2007 : tourism - past acheivements, future challenges.

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An evaluation of the implementation of a responsible gambling code of practice at the Gold Coast, Queensland, Helen Breen and Nerilee Hing

2007 Tourism Review International 11:4 349-364.

The use of employee rewards in NSW registered clubs, Jeremy Buultjens, Grant Cairncross, and Lance Pike

2007 Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand: Diverging employment relations patterns in Australia and New Zealand?.

Generation Y and work: problem? what problem?, Grant Cairncross and Jeremy Buultjens

2007 Work, industrial relations and popular culture Conference.

Love thy neighbour, yet tear not down thy fence: indicators of community cohesion, Yvonne A. Hartman and Louise Holdsworth

2007 Lismore City Council.

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Return of the buffalo: tourism enterprise development in Native American Indian gaming, Nerilee Hing

2007 Striving for sustainability: case studies in Indigenous tourism 469-492.

Under the radar: what responsible gambling legislation doesn’t prevent, Nerilee Hing

2007 17th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

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Workplace factors that encourage and discourage gambling amongst gaming venue employees: a managers’ perspective, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2007 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 5:4 346-366.

Beating the odds: the complete dictionary of gambling and games of chance, John McPherson

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Chickens, chairs and cheese, Margaret Tiyce

2007 Qualitative Researchers in Tourism and Hospitality Symposium.

Just getting on with it? travel and adapting to life alone, Margaret Tiyce

2007 6th Annual Crux Interdisciplinary Conference.

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Forum: gambling technology and regulatory challenges, Stephen Toneguzzo

2007 International Gambling Studies 7:2 247-251.

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The changing landscape of Indigenous gambling in Northern Australia: current knowledge and future directions, Martin Young, Tony Barnes, Matthew Stevens, Marisa Paterson, and Mary Morris

2007 International Gambling Studies 7:3 327-343.

Destination-style gambling: a review of the literature concerning the reduction of problem gambling and related social harm through the consolidation of gambling supply structures: final report, Martin Young, William Tyler, and Waimei Lee

2007 Department of Justice, Victorian Government.

Papers from 2006

The trouble with today's young ones: a case study of one club's failed attempt at attracting the youth market, Leanne Baker

2006 Club management issues in Australia and North America 211-225.

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The trouble with today's young ones: a case study of one club's failed attempt at attracting the youth market, Leanne Baker

2006 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:2-3 211-225.

Club management issues in Australia and North America, Clayton W. Barrows and Nerilee Hing

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Exploring Indigenous gambling, Helen Breen

2006 16th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

Indigenous gambling: examining a model of risk and protective factors, Helen Breen

2006 Joint Research Seminar & Martin Oppermann Memorial Lecture.

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Implementing responsible gambling practices in a regional area, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2006 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 13:1 23-43.

Responsible gambling practices in outback Queensland: distinctive challenges in a remote location, Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing, and Jeremy Buultjens

2006 Journal of Economic and Social Policy 11:1 45-71.

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Strategic management of external change in NSW registered clubs, Helen Breen and Kate Innes

2006 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:2&3 155-175.

Casino history, development, and legislation in Australia, Helen Mary Breen and Nerilee Hing

2006 Casino industry in Asia Pacific: development, operation and impact 3-19.

Strategic management of external change in NSW registered clubs, Helen Mary Breen and Kate Innes

2006 Club management issues in Australia and North America 155-176.

An analysis of Qld gambling advertisements by type of gambling, Helen Breen, Sharen L. Nisbet, and Nerilee Hing

2006 CAUTHE 2006: to the city and beyond 1081-1096.

A comparison of wage determination in New South Wales and Queensland Clubs, Jeremy Buultjens

2006 Club management issues in Australia and North America 135-153.

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A comparison of wage determination in New South Wales and Queensland clubs, Jeremy Buultjens

2006 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:2-3 135-153.

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Wage determination in NSW and Queensland clubs, Jeremy Buultjens

2006 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:2-3 135-153.

What's up Doc? leave taking among regional NSW GPs, Grant Cairncross, P Brosnan, and V Smith

2006 CAUTHE 2006: to the city and beyond.

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Enterprise bargaining in small business: a comparative study of the Australian construction and hospitality industries, Grant Cairncross and Jeremy Buultjens

2006 Journal of Industrial Relations 48:4 475-490.

A thematic review of Club Management Magazine Australia: 1993-2003, Grant Cairncross, Lyndall Coomber, Szu-Hann Lee, and Yun Lok Lee

2006 Club management issues in Australia and North America 109-133.

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A thematic review of Club Management Magazine Australia: 1993-2003, Lyndall Coomber, Szu Hann Lee, Yun Lok Lee, and Grant Cairncross

2006 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:2/3 109-134.

A history of machine gambling in the NSW club industry, Nerilee Hing

2006 Club management issues in Australia & North America 83-107.

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A history of machine gambling in the NSW club industry: from community benefit to commercialisation, Nerilee Hing

2006 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:1 81-107.

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Preface, Nerilee Hing

2006 International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration 7:2/3 xxvii-xxxi.

Social impacts of gambling in Australia, Nerilee Hing

2006 Casino industry in Asia Pacific: development, operations & impact 139-158.

Gambling by employees of Queensland gaming venues: workplace influences on responsible gambling and problem gambling: final report, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2006 Research and Community Engagement Division of Queensland Treasury.

Workplace factors that encourage and discourage gambling amongst gaming venue employees: an employee perspective, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2006 Proceedings of the 16th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

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Workplace factors that encourage and discourage gambling amongst gaming venue employees: an employees' perspective, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2006 Gambling Research 18:2 7-32.

The lived experiences of sole parent renters, Louise Holdsworth

2006 Around the House: Shelter New South Wales:66 9-10.

Indigenous gambling scoping study: a summary, Mary Morris, Martin Young, Tony Barnes, Jennene Marum, and Matthew Stevens

2006 Community Benefit Fund of the NT Treasury.

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Modelling consumer intention to use gambling technologies: an innovative approach, Sharen L. Nisbet

2006 Behaviour and Information Technology 25:3 221-231.

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Erroneous beliefs among frequent fruit-machine gamblers, Carla-Jane R. Strickland, Annie Taylor, Katie J. Hendon, Steve Provost, and Lewis A. Bizo

2006 Gambling Research: Journal of the National Association for Gambling Studies (Australia) 18:2 42-54.

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Clubs and hallmark events: two Australian cases, Paul Weeks and Julie Adams

2006 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration 7:2-3 177-194.

Clubs and hallmark events: two Australian cases, Paul Weeks and Julie Adams

2006 Club management issues in Australia and North America 177-193.

An overview of gambling in the Northern Territory: integrated summary and future directions of the Charles Darwin University Research Program 2005-06: final report, Martin Young

2006 Community Benefit Fund of the Northern Territory Treasury, Darwin.

Papers from 2005

Understanding and managing volunteer motivation: two regional tourism cases, Emma Anderson and Grant Cairncross

2005 Australian Journal on Volunteering 10:2 7-17.

Management for Australian club managers, Helen Breen

2005 NSW Club Managers Association, Business Seminar Series.

The responsible gambling code of practice in South-East Queensland, Helen Breen

2005 CAUTHE 2005: sharing tourism knowledge..

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Evaluating implementation of a voluntary responsible gambling code in Queensland, Australia, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2005 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 3:1 3-13.

Evaluating implementation of the voluntary responsible gambling code of practice in Queensland, Australia, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2005 Newscan: Responsible Gambling Council Ontario 7:31 15-25.

Facilitators and impediments arising from the introduction of a voluntary responsible gambling code of practice in Queensland, Australia, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2005 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction Special Conference Issue: Gambling and Problem Gambling in New Zealand: Stock and Moving Forward on Policy, Practice and Research: Proceedings of the International Gambling Conference and the International Think Tank on Presenting Gambling Populations and First Contact Services.

Assessment of tourism and hospitality management competencies : a student perspective, Helen Breen, Maree Walo, and Kay Dimmock

2005 e-Review of Tourism Research 3:2 22-34.

Sea-changers and downshifters and the Australian tourism and hospitality industry: some possible effects, Grant Cairncross and Jeremy Buultjens

2005 Proceedings of Sharing Tourism Knowledge: Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Educators (CAUTHE) Annual Conference.

Wage determination in Queensland registered clubs, Grant Cairncross and Jeremy Buultjens

2005 Proceedings of Sharing tourism knowledge: Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference.

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A profile of problem gambling clients in Northern NSW, Barry Evans, Yvonne Corrigan, Jeremy Buultjens, John Haw, Nerilee Hing, and Helen Breen

2005 Proceedings of the 14th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

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Giving the gamblers a voice: the perceived efficacy of responsible gambling practices in NSW clubs, Nerilee Hing

2005 Gambling Research 17:1 53-69.

Gambling amongst gaming venue employees: counsellors’ perspectives on risk and protective factors, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2005 Traversing the continuum: gambling in the modern age: 15th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

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Gambling amongst gaming venue employees: counsellors’ perspectives on risk and protective factors in the workplace, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2005 Gambling Research 17:2 25-46.

Workplace influences on gambling behaviour amongst gaming venue employees: the counsellors’ perspective, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2005 Policy, Practice and Research - One Year On: International Gambling and Problem Gambling Conference.

Evaluation of the NSW Clubsafe responsible gambling program: opportunites and challenges for New Zealand clubs, Nerilee Hing and Adrian Mattinson

2005 International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction 3:1 49-57.

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Just renting: implications of renting on community, place and identity: an empirical inquiry, Louise Holdsworth

2005 Community, place, change, proceedings of the annual conference of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA).

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Alternative gaming machine payment methods in Australia: current knowledge and future implications, Sharen Nisbet

2005 International Gambling Studies 5:2 229-252.

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Responsible gambling features of card-based technologies, Sharen Nisbet

2005 eCOMMUNITY: International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 3:2 54-63.

Who benefits? understanding the issues around card based gambling technology, Sharen Nisbet

2005 Gambling Research: Journal of the National Association for Gambling Studies (Australia) 17:1 26-46.

Arakoon State Conservation Area business plan 2005-2010, Margaret Tiyce, Joanne Mackellar, and D Carson

2005 Northern Branch NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Job enlargement/enrichment/rotation, Paul Weeks

2005 International encyclopedia of hospitality management.

Management development, Paul Weeks

2005 International encyclopedia of hospitality management.

Young people, risk and leisure: constructing identities in everyday life: Book review, Martin Young

2005 Youth and Policy 88 100-102.

Northern Territory gambling prevalence survey 2005: final report, Martin Young, Ibtisam Abu-Duhou, Tony Barnes, Elizabeth Creed, Mary Morris, Matthew Stevens, and William Tyler

2005 Community Benefit Fund of the Northern Territory Treasury.

Formal education: a move towards professionalization of the gambling management/problem gambling field, Masood Zangeneh and Helen Breen

2005 Proceedings of the Gambling and Problem Gambling in New Zealand: Taking Stock and Moving Forward on Policy, Practice and Research Conference.