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Papers from 2003

Responsible gambling in Queensland: a case study, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2003 Riding the wave of tourism and hospitality research: Proceedings of the Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference.

The introduction of a voluntary responsible gambling code of practice: the experience in North Queensland, Australia, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2003 Current research, future strategies, bridging uncertainty: Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Tourism Association 9th Annual Conference.

The responsible gambling code in Queensland: implementation and venue assessment, Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing, and Jeremy Buultjens

2003 Proceedings of the 13th National Association for Gambling Studies Conference 37-60.

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Sustainable forest-based tourism in Northeast New South Wales, Australia: a problematic goal, Jeremy Buultjens, Margaret Tiyce, and Deborah Gale

2003 Tourism Review International 7:1 1-12.

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An assessment of member awareness, perceived adequacy and perceived effectiveness of responsible gambling strategies in Sydney clubs, Nerilee Hing

2003 Casino Community Benefit Fund for  the New South Wales Government 2003.

An Australian national audit of responsible gambling programs, Nerilee Hing

2003 CAUTHE 2003: Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research 540-545.

Assessing the efficacy of responsible gambling strategies in Sydney clubs, Nerilee Hing

2003 CAUTHE 2003: Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research 1316-1319.

Investigating the efficacy of responsible gambling strategies in New South Wales clubs, Nerilee Hing

2003 Discovery 2003 Annual Conference of the Responsible Gambling Council of Ontario.

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Principles, processes and practices in responsible provision of gambling: a conceptual discussion, Nerilee Hing

2003 UNLV Gaming Research and Review 7:1 33-48.

A new model for conducting research on the partial industrialised syndrome in reference to tourism (the behaviour of tourists), Neil Leiper, Lloyd Stear, Nerilee Hing, and Tracey Firth

2003 CAUTHE 2003: Riding the wave of tourism and hospitality research: proceedings of the Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference 1376-1381.

Psychology, tourism, health and wealth, Iain Waller and Grant Cairncross

2003 Proceedings of the 38th APS Annual Conference: development through diversity.

Papers from 2002

Queensland’s responsible gambling code of practice: a case study in remote Queensland, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Nerilee Hing

2002 Proceedings of the 12th National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

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Machine gaming in Sydney clubs: characteristics of the supporting resident populations, Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing, and Paul Weeks

2002 Journal of Gambling Studies 18:3 293-312.

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The emergence of problem gambling as a corporate social issue in Australia, Nerilee Hing

2002 International Gambling Studies 2:1 101-122.

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A profile of gaming machine players in clubs in Sydney, Australia, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2002 Journal of Gambling Studies 18:2 185-205.

Improving competitiveness through cooperation: assessing the benefits of cooperative education partnerships in gaming management, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2002 UNLV Gaming Research and Review Journal 6:1 57-72.

Club management in Australia: administration, operations and gaming, 2nd edn, Nerilee Hing, Helen Breen, and Paul Weeks

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Assessing responsible gambling strategies: a case study in Queensland, Nerilee Hing, Jeremy Buultjens, and Helen Breen

2002 12th Annual National Association for Gambling Studies Conference.

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A conceptual framework of the corporate management of social impacts: the case of problem gambling, Nerilee Hing and Jan McMillen

2002 Business and Society Review 107:4 457-488.

The rainforest way: draft strategic plan, Margaret Tiyce, Ros Derrett, Joanne Mackellar, and Justin St Vincent Welch

2002 Centre for Regional Tourism Research, Southern Cross University.

Being regulated online, Stephen J. Toneguzzo

2002 Internet gambling report V: an evolving conflict between technology, policy & law 99-137.

e-Gambling regulatory compliance, Stephen J. Toneguzzo

2002 2nd Annual World Internet Gaming Summit.

Where does the Australian gaming industry stand from an international perspective?, Stephen J. Toneguzzo

2002 10th Annual Gaming and Casinos World Australasia.

Geographies of young people: the morally contested spaces of identity: Book review, Martin Young

2002 Youth and Policy 75 107-110.

Papers from 2001

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A comparison of survey methods to estimate visitor expenditure at a local event, Helen Breen, Adrian Bull, and Maree Walo

2001 Tourism Management 22:5 473-479.

The hospitality industry and wage determination: a case study of registered clubs in NSW, Jeremy Buultjens

2001 Australian Journal of Hospitality Management 8:1 15-26.

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Changing the odds: a study of corporate social principles and practices in addressing problem gambling, Nerilee Hing

2001 Journal of Business Ethics 33:2 115-144.

Entrepreneurship and small business, Nerilee Hing

2001 Special interest tourism: context and cases 56-85.

Responsible gambling: current practices and future challenges, Nerilee Hing

2001 Servicing Australia Conference: the National Conference of Australian RSL & Services Clubs.

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An empirical study of gaming machine play among club members, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2001 International Gambling Studies 1:1 66-86.

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An empirical study of sex differences in gaming machine play among club members, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2001 International Gambling Studies 1:1 66-86.

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Profiling lady luck: an empirical study of gambling and problem gambling amongst female club members, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2001 Journal of Gambling Studies 17:1 47-69.

Economic valuation of Bundjalung National Park: the travel cost method, Margaret Tiyce

2001 NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Primex 2001: a survey of visitors and exhibitors, Margaret Tiyce

2001 Primex and Richmond Valley Council.

Technology by degrees: teaching information technology to tourism undergraduates: a case study, Paul Weeks and Janine Culnane

2001 The internet and travel and tourism education 39-59.

The gambling review and problem gambling, Martin Young and S Miles

2001 House: Parliament's Weekly Magazine.

Papers from 2000

Examining university and industry joint education, Helen Breen

2000 Tourism: a strategic industry in Asia and Pacific: defining problems and creating solutions: conference proceedings of the Sixth Asia Pacific Tourism Association Annual Conference 581-587.

University-business education partnerships: an examination of the co-operative relationships involved in providing university education for sponsored industry employees, Helen Breen

2000 Tourism in Southeast Asia & Indo-China: development, marketing, and sustainability; conference proceedings 284-292.

Gaming machine play amongst female club members, Helen Breen and Nerilee Hing

2000 Developing strategic alliances: proceedings of the 9th National Association for Gambling Studies Conference 444-452.

The Nimbin Mardi Grass: assessing the economic impact of a small community festival, Kay Dimmock, Margaret Tiyce, and Ros Derrett

2000 Lismore City Council.

Community issues in responsible gambling, Nerilee Hing

2000 NSW Labor Party Forum.

From bula to bust: events, reactions and recovery strategies for tourism surrounding Fiji's 2000 coup d'etat, Nerilee Hing and Kay Dimmock

2000 World Hospitality and Tourism Trends 1:3 136-148.

A thematic review of hospitality research in the Asia Pacific region: 1997 to 1999, Yun Lok Lee, Helen Mary Breen, Ron Dowell, Paul Weeks, and Nerilee Hing

2000 World Hospitality and Tourism Trends 1:1 22-54.

The business and management of conventions, Vivienne McCabe, Barry Poole, Paul Weeks, and Neil Leiper

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Business and management of conventions: a teachers' manual, Vivienne McCabe and Paul Weeks

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Technologies for the regulation of online gambling, Stephen J. Toneguzzo

2000 3rd National Gambling Conference papers.

Papers from 1999

Conventions, special events, functions and meetings for the Surf Lifesaving movement, Helen Breen

1999 Surf Lifesaving Supporters Clubs Association Conference.

Gambling on management education in clubs, Helen Breen and Nerilee Hing

1999 Australian Journal of Hospitality Management 5:1 65-76.

Conventions, events and meetings for Australian clubs, Helen Breen and Barry Poole

1999 Clubs Managers Association Conference.

Ecotourism: a prosperous industry or a lifestyle choice?, Jeremy Buultjens, Margaret Tiyce, and Deborah Gale

1999 7th National Conference of the Ecotourism Association of Australia.

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Backpacker hostels and their guests: attitudes and behaviours relating to sustainable tourism, Tracey Firth and Nerilee Hing

1999 Tourism Management 20:2 251-254.

Competing forces in sustainable gambling: towards a balanced approach, Nerilee Hing

1999 Gaming Research and Review Journal 4:1 43-61.

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Maximising franchisee satisfaction in the restaurant industry, Nerilee Hing

1999 Journal of Consumer Marketing 16:5 502-513.

Responsible provision of gambling: current developments in the club industry, Nerilee Hing

1999 Surf Lifesaving Clubs of QLD Annual Conference.

A profile of Sydney club members: implications for strategic management in a newly competitive environment, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

1999 Australian Journal of Hospitality Management 6:1 25-44.

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Convention services management in Sydney four to five star hotels, Vivienne McCabe and Paul Weeks

1999 Journal of Convention and Exhibition Management 1:4 67-84.

Bundjalung National Park: visitor survey 1999, Margaret Tiyce

1999 NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

How valuable are national parks? an economic valuation of Bundjalung National Park, Australia, Margaret Tiyce

1999 Ecotourism Association of Australia: 7th National Conference.

Sites for sore eyes: an analysis of Australian tourism and hospitality web sites, Paul Weeks and Ian Crouch

1999 Journal of Information Technology & Tourism 2:3/4 153-172.

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Cognitive maps of nature-based tourists, Martin Young

1999 Annals of Tourism Research 26:4 817-839.

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The relationship between tourist motivations and the interpretation of place meanings, Martin Young

1999 Tourism Geographies: An International Journal of Tourism Space, Place and Environment 1:4 387-405.

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The social construction of tourist places, Martin Young

1999 Australian Geographer 30:3 373-389.

Papers from 1998

Economic effects of a special event: West Indies vs New South Wales, Helen Breen

1998 Sport Economics 8 8-10.

Gambling on management education in clubs, Helen Breen and Nerilee Hing

1998 CAUTHE 1998: Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Management; proceedings of the Eighth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference.

Characteristics of Sydney populations which support poker machine gaming in clubs, Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing, and Paul Weeks

1998 Responsible gambling: a future winner; proceedings of the 8th National Association for Gambling Studies Conference 34-41.

Poker machine gaming in Sydney clubs, Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing, and Paul Weeks

1998 CAUTHE 1998: Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Management; proceedings of the Eighth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference.

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Forest-based tourism and recreation in the upper and lower North East Regions of NSW, Jeremy Buultjens, Derrin Davis, Stephen Duthy, and Margaret Tiyce

1998 Economic and Social Technical Committee for the Upper North-East and Lower North-East Comprehensive Regional Assessments.

GROVQUAL: a new research tool for measuring excessive "service" in hospitality, Ron Dowell, Nerilee Hing, and Neil Leiper

1998 CAUTHE 1998: Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Management; proceedings of the Eighth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference.

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Re-presenting the Great Barrier Reef to tourists: implications for tourist experience and evaluation of coral reef environments, D Mark Fenton, Martin Young, and Victoria Y. Young

1998 Leisure Sciences 20:3 177-192.

Addressing the social side of the gambling equation: opinions, opportunities and obstacles from a club management perspective, Nerilee Hing

1998 CAUTHE 1998: Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Management; proceedings of the Eighth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference 402-404.

A preliminary model of sustainable gambling: balancing economic and social responsibilities, Nerilee Hing

1998 CAUTHE 1998: Progress in Tourism and Hospitality Management; proceedings of the Eighth Australian Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference 405-406.

A review of hospitality research in the Asia Pacific 1989-1996: a thematic perspective, Nerilee Hing

1998 New directions in hospitality and tourism: a worldwide review 7-19.

Responsible gambling in NSW clubs: opinions, opportunities and obstacles, Nerilee Hing

1998 Australian Journal of Hospitality Management 5:2 23-36.

Responsible gambling in NSW clubs: perceptions, prospects and problems, Nerilee Hing

1998 Responsible gambling: a future winner: proceedings of the 8th National Association for Gambling Studies Conference 156-171.

Stakeholder influences on gambling involvement: implications for clubs in responsible provision of gambling, Nerilee Hing

1998 The Sky's the Limit: Club Managers Association Australia Conference.

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Towards responsible provision of gaming in New South Wales registered clubs: a quantitative study of current priorities and practices from a club management perspective, Nerilee Hing

1998 Club Managers' Association Australia for the New South Wales Minister for Gaming and Racing.

Contemporary tourism issues in Asia Pacific Journals 1989-1996: a thematic perspective, Nerilee Hing and Kay Dimmock

1998 New directions in hospitality and tourism: a worldwide review 20-35.

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Hospitality trends in the Asia-Pacific: a discussion of five key sectors, Nerilee Hing, Vivienne McCabe, Peter Lewis, and Neil Leiper

1998 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 10:7 264-271.

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Trends in Asia-Pacific tourism in 1997-98: from optimism to uncertainty, Neil Leiper and Nerilee Hing

1998 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 10:7 245-251.

The responsible gambling trial program for NSW registered clubs, Jan McMillen, M Toms, Nerilee Hing, R Lynch, and A Jackson

1998 Registered Clubs Association of NSW.

New directions in hospitality and tourism: a worldwide review, Richard Teare, John T. Bowen, and Nerilee Hing

1998.

Internet gaming – evidence for Parliament of South Australia, Social Development Committee, Stephen J. Toneguzzo

1998 Responsible gambling: a future winner: proceedings of the 8th National Association for Gambling Studies Conference 369-389.

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Evaluative images and tourism: the use of personal constructs to describe the structure of destination images, DJ Walmsley and Martin Young

1998 Journal of Travel Research 36:3 65-69.

Papers from 1997

Club management education: a sure bet, Helen Breen and Nerilee Hing

1997 4th National Gaming Convention and Exhibition.

Flexible learning for Australian club managers, Helen Mary Breen, Nerilee Hing, and Paul Weeks

1997 Flexible learning in action: case studies in higher education 51-55.

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A review of hospitality research in the Asia Pacific 1989-1996: a thematic perspective, Nerilee Hing

1997 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 9:7 241-253.

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Contemporary tourism issues in Asia Pacific journals 1989-1996: a thematic perspective, Nerilee Hing

1997 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 9:7 254-269.

Franchisee satisfaction: contributors and consequences, Nerilee Hing

1997 Franchising Research:an International Journal 2:4 152-166.

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Towards responsible provision of gaming in New South Wales registered clubs: an exploratory study of opinions, opportunities and obstacles from a club management perspective, Nerilee Hing

1997 Club Managers' Association Australia.

Changing by degrees: the role of tertiary education in the Australian registered clubs industry, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

1997 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education 9:3 97-107.

Careers for tourism graduates: choice or chance?, Nerilee Hing and Elena Lomo

1997 Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education 9:1 77-89.

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Peace of mind or police in mind? cases of best practice in responsible service of alcohol in New South Wales registered clubs, Nerilee Hing and Brad Molyneux

1997 Australian Journal of Hospitality Management 4:1 15-25.

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Evaluating the current and future adequacy of services for problem gamblers in Sydney: third report, Gary Prosser, Nerilee Hing, Paul Weeks, and Helen Breen

1997 Casino Community Benefit Trust Fund of NSW.

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Poker machine playing and problem gambling amongst members of Sydney registered clubs: second report, Gary Prosser, Nerilee Hing, Paul Weeks, and Helen Breen

1997 Casino Community Benefit Trust Fund of NSW.

Gaming on the Internet…what does it all mean, Stephen J. Toneguzzo

1997 Consumer Rights Journal 1:3 7-9.

Papers from 1996

Report on the direct economic impacts of the Schweppes NCUSA Games, Helen Breen, Adrian Bull, and Maree Walo

1996 Centre for Tourism, Southern Cross University.

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An empirical analysis of the benefits and limitations for restaurant franchisees, Nerilee Hing

1996 International Journal of Hospitality Management 15:2 177-187.

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Club gaming in New South Wales, Australia: the transition to industry maturity, Nerilee Hing

1996 UNLV Gaming Research and Review Journal 3:1 13-32.

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Entrepreneurship by franchising: differentiating franchisees from independent entrepreneurs by selected personality traits, Nerilee Hing

1996 Enterprising Culture 4:1 37-55.

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Maximizing franchisee satisfaction in the restaurant sector, Nerilee Hing

1996 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 8:3 24-31.