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Papers from 2012

Co-management to solve homelessness: wicked solutions for wicked problems, Kerry Brown, Robyn L. Keast, Jennifer Waterhouse, Glen Murphy, and Myrna Mandell

2012 New public governance, the third sector and co-production 211-226.

Building the beloved community through techno music production in Detroit, Deborah Che

2012 Encounters and engagements between economic and cultural geography 123-141.

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Pennsylvania wilds or timber production and oil and gas fields? resource extraction and tourism development in the Allegheny National Forest region, Deborah Che

2012 Australian Humanities Review 53.

Food tourism and branding tropical north Queensland, Deborah Che, Rose Wright, and Robyn Rae

2012 Innovations in destination marketing research: Travel and Tourism Research Association 43rd Annual Conference Proceedings.

Regional sustainable development and the viability of environmental community organisations: why does interorganisational social capital matter?, Subas P. Dhakal

2012 Third Sector Review 18:1 7-28.

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Urban sustainability conundrum and community based initiatives in Perth, Western Australia: implications for urban governance, Subas P. Dhakal

2012 Proceedings of 10th International Urban Planning and Environment UPE 10 Next City: Planning for a new energy & climate future 51-65.

A living laboratory proposition for revitalising regional Australia, Subas P. Dhakal, Kerry Brown, Robyn L. Keast, Muhammad Nateque Mahmood, Anna Wiewiora, and Tom Dick

2012 Managing for volatility and instability: 26th Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference.

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Book review: The tourism and leisure experience: consumer and managerial perspectives, edited by M Morgan, P Lugosi & JRB Ritchie , Bristol, Channel View, 2010, Kay Dimmock

2012 Annals of Leisure Research 15:1 110-111.

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The importance of marine leisure environments: investigating visitor and local resident perceptions and uses of marine environments on Coffs Coast, NSW Australia, Kay Dimmock

2012 Annals of Leisure Research 15:3 243-260.

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The philosophic practitioner and the curriculum space, Dianne Dredge, Pierre Benckendorff, Michelle Day, Michael J. Gross, Maree Walo, Paul Weeks, and Paul Whitelaw

2012 Annals of Tourism Research 39:4 2154-2176.

Community case studies, Dianne Dredge and Rob Hales

2012 Handbook of research methods in tourism: quantitative and qualitative approaches 417-437.

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Australian national tourism policy: influences of reflective and political modernisation, Dianne Dredge and John M. Jenkins

2012 Tourism Planning & Development 9:3 231-251.

Conclusions [in] Tourism in Brazil: environment, management and segments, Dianne Dredge and Gui Lohmann

2012 Tourism in Brazil: environment, management and segments 189-196.

Tourism in Brazil: environment, management and segments, Dianne Dredge and Gui Lohmann

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Australian Kultarannikolta Suomen Lappiin – esittelyssä Johan R. Edelheim, Johan Richard Edelheim

2012 Matkailututkimus - Turismforskning - Finnish Journal of Tourism Research 8:2 68-71.

Kulttuurimatkailun mahdollisuuksista PKI:n ja MTI:n yhteistyössä, Johan Richard Edelheim

2012 Taidetta, kulttuurien yhteistyötä ja uusia verkostoja – Pohjoisen kulttuuri-instituutti | Arts, Cultur Collaborations and new networks – The Institute for Northern Culture 73-77.

Kultur och turism i Lappland, men inte nödvändigtvis kulturturism, Johan Richard Edelheim

2012 Laboratorium för Folk & Kultur 16:1 21-24.

The Simpsons 'on strike': what a viewing audience learns about work from a TV series, Johan Richard Edelheim and Grant Cairncross

2012 Current trends in technology and society 16-30.

'It's just soaked in history: sport tourism and nostalgia at the Tour de France, Sheranne Fairley, Matthew James Lamont, and Jim McKay

2012 2012 North American Society for Sport Management Conference (NASSM 2012).

Southern Gold Coast music hub: resolving policy gaps through cluster management, Benjamin Farr-Wharton

2012 Singapore Management Review 34:2 52-59.

Building resilience: bundling tourism experiences around anchor activities, Benjamin Farr-Wharton, Kerry Brown, Thomas Dick, and Danielle Peterson

2012 CAUTHE 2012: National Conference the new Golden Age of tourism and hospitality: Book 1: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference 191-203.

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I just push through the barriers because I live for surfing: how women negotiate their constraints to surf tourism, Laura Fendt and Erica Wilson

2012 Annals of Leisure Research 15:1 4-18.

Slow tourism: experiences and mobilities, Simone Fullagar, Kevin Markwell, and Erica Wilson

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Critical pedagogies: a reflexive approach to knowledge creation in tourism and hospitality studies, Simone Fullagar and Erica Wilson

2012 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 19:1 1-6.

Starting slow: thinking through slow mobilities and experiences, Simone Fullagar, Erica Wilson, and Kevin Markwell

2012 Slow tourism: experiences and mobilities 1-8.

Internet gambling: current research findings and implications, Sally Gainsbury

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Harm minimisation in gambling, Sally Gainsbury and Alex Blaszczynski

2012 Harm reduction in substance use and high-risk behaviour: international policy and practice.

Internet gambling and pathological gambling, Sally M. Gainsbury

2012 The Wiley Blackwell handbook on pathological gambling.

Wagering in Australia: a retrospective behavioural analysis of betting patterns based on player account data, Sally M. Gainsbury, Saalem Sadeque, Dick Mizerski, and Alex Blaszczynski

2012 Journal of Gambling Business and Economics 6:2 50-68.

A digital revolution: comparison of demographic profiles, attitudes and gambling behavior of internet and non-internet gamblers, Sally M. Gainsbury, Robert Wood, Alex Russell, Nerilee Hing, and Alex Blaszczynski

2012 Computers in Human Behavior 28:4 1388-1398.

Online clinical support for people with gambling problems, Sally Gainsbury and Richard Wood

2012 Routledge international handbook on internet gambling 250-268.

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Scuba diving and marine conservation: collaboration at two Australian subtropical destinations, Zan Hammerton, Kay Dimmock, Christine Hahn, Steven J. Dalton, and Stephen DA Smith

2012 Tourism in Marine Environments 8:1-2 77-90.

Servicescape features and preferred gambling venue, John Haw and Nerilee Hing

2012 Gambling Research: Journal of the National Association for Gambling Studies (Australia) 23:2 55-65.

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A profile of gambling behaviour and impacts among Indigenous Australians attending a cultural event in New South Wales, Nerilee Hing, Helen Breen, Jeremy Buultjens, and Ashley Gordon

2012 Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Tores Strait Islander Studies:2 3-20.

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A case study of gambling involvement and its consequences, Nerilee Hing, Helen Breen, and Ashley Gordon

2012 Leisure Sciences 34:3 217-235.

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Responding to problem gamblers in the venue: role conflict, role ambiguity, and challenges for hospitality staff, Nerilee Hing and Elaine Nuske

2012 Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality & Tourism 11:2 146-164.

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The self-exclusion experience for problem gamblers in South Australia, Nerilee Hing and Elaine Nuske

2012 Australian Social Work 65:4 457-473.

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Exploring womens problem gambling: a review of the literature, Louise Holdsworth, Nerilee Hing, and Helen Breen

2012 International Gambling Studies 12:2 199-213.

Only the lonely: an analysis of women's experiences of poker machine gambling, Louise Holdsworth, Elaine Nuske, and Helen Breen

2012 Gambling Research: Journal of the National Association for Gambling Studies (Australia) 23:2 17-38.

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A study of homelessness and gambling in the Northern Rivers region, New South Wales, Australia: perspectives of people experiencing homelessness and gambling, and the service providers supporting them, Louise Holdsworth and Margaret Tiyce

2012 Centre for Gambling Education and Research (CGER), School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Southern Cross University.

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Exploring the hidden nature of gambling problems among people who are homeless, Louise Holdsworth and Margaret Tiyce

2012 Australian Social Work 65:4 474-489.

Exploring the relationship between problem gambling and homelessness: becoming and being homeless, Louise Holdsworth, Margaret Tiyce, and Nerilee Hing

2012 Gambling Research: Journal of the National Association for Gambling Studies (Australia) 23:2 39-54.

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What's the problem? river management, education, and public beliefs, Michael Hughes, Betty Weiler, and Jim Curtis

2012 Ambio: a journal of the human environment 41:7 709-719.

Plain english instead of hard words: english language encounters in a remote Aboriginal community, Annie Kennedy and Kurt Seemann

2012 Current trends in technology and society - volume 1 59-71.

Amateur triathletes and event travel careers: motivations and constraints negotiation, M Kennelly, Matthew James Lamont, Brent D. Moyle, and Erica Wilson

2012 UQ, Griffith, Bond and SCU Joint Seminar Series.

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Disseminating the voice of the other: a case study of philanthropic tourism, Gary Lacey, Vicki Peel, and Betty Weiler

2012 Annals of Tourism Research 39:2 1199-1220.

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A qualitative exploration of participant motives among committed amateur triathletes, Matthew James Lamont and Millicent Kennelly

2012 Leisure Sciences 34:3 236-255.

Risk and return: amateur triathletes' reactions to the cancellation of Ironman New Zealand 2012, Matthew James Lamont, Millicent Kennelly, and Brent D. Moyle

2012 Sport innovation & engagement: Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (SMAANZ) 18th Annual Conference.

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Intimations of postmodernity in sports tourism at the Tour de France, Matthew James Lamont and Jim McKay

2012 Journal of Sport and Tourism 17:4 313-331.

'I wanted to see the pain on their face': sport tourists' perceptions of authenticity at the 2011 Tour de France, Matthew James Lamont and Jim McKay

2012 CAUTHE 2012 National Conference: The new golden age of tourism and hospitality.

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Competing priorities as constraints in event travel careers, Matthew Lamont, Millicent Kennelly, and Erica Wilson

2012 Tourism Management 33:5 1068-1079.

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Resilience of a corrupt police network: the first and second jokes in Queensland, Mark Lauchs, Robyn L. Keast, and Daniel Chamberlain

2012 Crime, Law and Social Change 57:2 195-207.

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Social network analysis of terrorist networks: can it add value?, Mark Lauchs, Robyn L. Keast, and Vy Le

2012 Pakistan Journal of Criminology 3:3 21-32.

Integrated strategic asset management: frameworks and dimensions, Martin Laue, Kerry Brown, Pascal Scherrer, and Robyn L. Keast

2012 Third International Engineering Systems Symposium CESUN 2012.

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Being moved (on) in Darwin and Alice Springs: walking Australia's frontier towns, Tess Lea, Martin Young, Francis Markham, Catherine Holmes, and Bruce Doran

2012 Radical History Review 114 139-163.

Tourism development and distribution channels in Brotas: Brazilian adventure capital, Gui Lohmann and Sandros Carnicelli-Filho

2012 Tourism in Brazil: environment, management and segments 91-107.

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Tourism and transport relationships: the suppliers' perspective in gateway destinations in New Zealand, Gui Lohmann and Douglas G. Pearce

2012 Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research 17:1 14-29.

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The failure of fast ferry catamaran technology in New Zealand and Hawaii, Gui Lohmann and Jakob Trischler

2012 Journal of Transportation Technologies 2:2 102-112.

Tourism transport issues in Brazil, Gui Lohmann and Jakob Trischler

2012 Tourism in Brazil: environment, management and segments 44-59.

A synthesis and analysis of research on visitors to public conservation areas in Australia and New Zealand 1995–2010, Brent Lovelock, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis, and Andrea Farminer

2012 CAUTHE 2012 National Conference: The New Golden Age of Tourism and Hospitality 385-388.

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Conceptual and thematic analysis of policies and guidelines on engineering asset management of different states in Australia, Muhammad Nateque Mahmood, Subas P. Dhakal, Anna Wiewiora, Kerry Brown, and Robyn L. Keast

2012 Managing for volatility and instability: 26th Annual Australian & New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference.

Using argumentative mapping and qualitative probabilistic networks in resettlement planning processes: a case study of Padma multipurpose bridge project, Bangladesh, Muhammad Nateque Mahmood, Horita Masahide, Robyn L. Keast, and Kerry Brown

2012 Proceedings of 2012 International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management 1 97-103.

Reflecting upon slow travel and tourism experiences, Kevin Markwell, Erica Wilson, and Simone Fullagar

2012 Slow tourism: experiences and mobilities 227-233.

Current issues in complex physical engineering assets: an analysis of major capital works, major road projects and prison accommodation, Mary McGeoch, Kerry Brown, and Yvonne Brunetto

2012 Third International Engineering Systems Symposium: design and governance in engineering systems: roots, trunk, blossoms.

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Counter-factual scenario planning for long-range sustainable local-level tourism transformation, Char-Lee McLennan, Tien Duc Pham, Lisa M. Ruhanen, Brent W. Ritchie, and Brent D. Moyle

2012 Journal of Sustainable Tourism 20:6 801-822.

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A netnographic examination of constructive authenticity in Victoria Falls tourist (restaurant) experiences, Muchazondida Mkono

2012 International Journal of Hospitality Management 31:2 387-394.

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Authenticity does matter, Muchazondida Mkono

2012 Annals of Tourism Research 39:1 480-483.

Investigating hospitality consumers through netnographic methods, Muchazondida Mkono

2012 Advances in hospitality and leisure 235-247.

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Netnographic tourist research: the internet as a virtual fieldwork site, Muchazondida Mkono

2012 Tourism Analysis 17:4 553-555.

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Slow food versus fast food: a zimbabwean case study of hotelier perspectives, Muchazondida Mkono

2012 Tourism and Hospitality Research 12:3 147-154.

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Zimbabwe's tourism woes in the last decade: hindsight lessons for African tourism planners and managers, Muchazondida Mkono

2012 Tourism Planning & Development 9:2 205-210.

The changing role of parks in 21st century society, Brent D. Moyle

2012 University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland.

Managers’ perceptions of the benefits of leisure and recreation in parks projected by NSW NPWS, Brent D. Moyle and Betty Weiler

2012 Board of Directors at the Office of Environment and Heritage.

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Positioning parks to meet the needs of 21st century society, Brent D. Moyle and Betty Weiler

2012 Research Connections Newsletter 4.

Testing and shifting the market position occupied by Australian parks agencies: stage 1: results: fact sheet, Brent D. Moyle and Betty Weiler

2012 Office of Environment and Heritage, NSW.

Testing and shifting the market position of Australian parks agencies: stage 1: highlights of findings, Brent D. Moyle and Betty Weiler

2012 Parks Victoria, the Department of Environment and Conservation, the Office of Environment and Heritage and the Parks Forum.

Testing and shifting the market position of Australian parks agencies: stage 1: technical report, Brent D. Moyle and Betty Weiler

2012 Parks Victoria, the Department of Environment and Conservation, the Office of Environment and Heritage and the Parks Forum.

A synthesis of doctoral tourism research in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Brent D. Moyle, Betty Weiler, and Char-Lee J. McLennan

2012 School of Tourism and Hospitality Management PhD Workshop.

The contribution of geography and economics to doctoral tourism research in the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Brent D. Moyle, Betty Weiler, and Char-Lee J. McLennan

2012 2nd Interdisciplinary Tourism Research Conference.

Positioning parks to meet the needs of 21st century society, Brent D. Moyle, Betty Weiler, and S Moore

2012 The 6th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas (MMV).

An annotated bibliography of the benefits of parks: stage 1: technical report, Brent D. Moyle, Betty Weiler, and J Schielphack

2012 Parks Victoria, the Department of Environment and Conservation, the Office of Environment and Heritage and the Parks Forum.

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Scuba diving tourism: introduction to special issue, Ghazali Musa and Kay Dimmock

2012 Tourism in Marine Environments 8:1-2 1-5.

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From invisible to Indigenous-driven: a critical typology of research in Indigenous tourism, Noah Rud Nielsen and Erica Wilson

2012 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 19:1 67-75.

Teoria do Turismo: conceitos, modelos e sistemas, Netto Panosso and Gui Lohmann

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Place attachment and pro-environmental behaviour in national parks: the development of a conceptual framework, Haywantee Ramkissoon, Betty Weiler, and Liam DG Smith

2012 Journal of Sustainable Tourism 20:2 257-276.

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Experiences of commodified nature: performances and narratives of tourists on Stewart Island, New Zealand, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis

2012 Tourist Studies 12:3 305-324.

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Home and away: constructions of place on Stewart Island, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis

2012 Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 6:1 83-113.

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Tourist cultures: identity, place and the traveller, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis

2012 Annals of Leisure Research 15:4 424-425.

Sustainability dilemmas for Brazil in hosting mega-sport events, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis and Lamartine Pereira DaCosta

2012 Tourism in Brazil: environment, management and segments 60-76.

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Rail trail development: a conceptual model for sustainable tourism, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis and Carla Jellum

2012 Tourism Planning and Development 9:2 133-148.

Recreation and leisure in Brazil, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis and Alcyane Marinho

2012 Introduction to recreation and leisure 392-398.

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Parks and families: addressing management facilitators and constraints to outdoor recreation participation, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis, Anna Thompson, and Brent Lovelock

2012 Annals of Leisure Research 15:4 315-334.

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Assessing visitor expectations of contact with staff at Cape Byron State Conservation Area, J Schielphack, Brent D. Moyle, and Betty Weiler

2012 Research Connections Newsletter 4 2-3.

Visitors’ expectations of contact with staff at Cape Byron State Conservation Area, Australia, J Schielphack, Brent D. Moyle, and Betty Weiler

2012 New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service, Northern Rivers Region, NSW..

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Applying visitor preference criteria to choose pro-wildlife behaviors to ask of zoo visitors, Liam Smith, Betty Weiler, Amy Smith, and Pieter van Dijk

2012 Curator: The Museum Journal 55:4 453-466.

The nature and origin of cross-modal associations to odours, Richard J. Stevenson, Anina Rich, and Alex Russell

2012 Perception 41:5 606-619.

The 'new' national parks: a case study of the Hakatere Conservation Park, New Zealand, Anna Thompson, Brent Lovelock, Magnus Kjeldsberg, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis, and Carla Jellum

2012 CAUTHE 2012 National Conference: The new golden age of tourism and hospitality 609-612.

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Complicated working time arrangements: construction industry case study, Keith Townsend, Helen Lingard, Lisa Bradley, and Kerry Brown

2012 Journal of Construction Engineering & Management 138:3 443-448.

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To re-enact or not to re-enact? investigating the impacts of first- and third-person interpretation at a heritage tourism site, Pieter A. Van Dijk, Liam DG Smith, and Betty Weiler

2012 Visitor Studies 15:1 48-61.

The Tonga whale guide training program evaluation report, Kaye Walker, Betty Weiler, and John Cvetko

2012 Tonga Business Enterprise Centre.