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Papers from 2008

Harmonisation of OHS regulation in Australia: an evaluation of three initiatives, Kerry A. Brown

2008 Clients driving construction innovation: benefiting from innovation 120-127.

Human resource management in the public sector, Kerry A. Brown

2008 Human resource management in the public sector 1-7.

Single firms and competitive advantage in clusters - context analysis identifying the embeddedness of a winery in the Hunter Valley, Kerry A. Brown, John Burgess, Marion Festing, Susanne Royer, Charlotte Steffen, and Jennifer Waterhouse

2008 Current issues in international human resource management and strategy research 157-178.

Clients driving construction innovation: benefiting from innovation, Kerry A. Brown, Keith D. Hampson, Peter Brandon, and Janet Pillay

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Size does matter: training and service quality in small to medium Australian regional hospitality firms, Grant Cairncross, Simon J. Wilde, and Lucinda Hutchinson

2008 22nd ANZAM Conference 2008: Managing in the Pacific Century.

Sports, music, entertainment and the destination branding of post-fordist Detroit, Deborah Che

2008 Tourism Recreation Research 33:2 195-206.

The nature of nature: how do women define the outdoors, M Cosgriff, Erica Wilson, and Donna E. Little

2008 International Outdoor Recreation and Education Conference (IOREC).

Managing risk in tourist diving: a safety-management approach, Chris Coxon, Kay Dimmock, and Jeff Wilks

2008 New frontiers in marine tourism: diving experiences, sustainability, management 201-221.

Crafting regional growth, assessing the value of cultural tourism: workbook, a resource kit for regional destinations, Ros Derrett

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How festivals nurture resilience in regional communities, Ros Derrett

2008 International perspectives of festivals and events : paradigms of analysis 107-124.

Practicing resilience within the organisation, Ros Derrett

2008 Northern Australia’s Regional Performing Arts Centres Association (NARPACA) Conference.

The power of passion, Ros Derrett

2008 Marketing Summit 2008, Australia Council for the Arts.

40 sheds and 40 kilometers: agricultural sheds as heritage tourism opportunities, Ros Derrett and Justin St Vincent elch

2008 Cultural and heritage tourism in Asia and the Pacific.

40 sheds - 40 kilometres, Ros Derrett and Justin St Vincent Welch

2008 Cultural and heritage tourism in Asia and the Pacific 73-83.

Adoption of information and communication technologies amongst environmental community organisations in Western Australia, Subas P. Dhakal

2008 Abstract Proceedings of the 2008 Making Links Conference: community-responsibility-sustainability.

Do ICTs facilitate social capital of community based environmental nonprofit, Subas P. Dhakal

2008 Proceedings of the 2008 Australasian Symposium on Interaction Design.

Development, economy and culture: cultural heritage tourism planning, Liangzhu, China, Dianne Dredge

2008 Cultural and heritage tourism in Asia and the Pacific 232-249.

Policy networks and tourism governance, Dianne Dredge and Christof Pforr

2008 Network analysis and tourism: from theory to practice 58-78.

What the bloody hell is a touristic terra nullius?, Johan Richard Edelheim

2008 CAUTHE 2008: Tourism and Hospitality Research, Training and Practice: “Where the 'bloody hell' are we?.

With the Simpsons family as tour guides: or how to use popular culture sources when lecturing a university tourism unit, Johan Richard Edelheim

2008 International Tourism and Media Conference.

Sober on the holiday: is it unAustralian?, Sri Edelheim and Johan Richard Edelheim

2008 International Tourism and Media Conference.

Gambling harm-minimisation measures post 1999: an Australian overview with particular reference to the Northern Territory, Chris Fogarty and Martin Young

2008 Discussion paper for the Community Benefit Committee and Department of Justice, Northern Territory Government.

Australian Indigenous entrepreneurship: a capital-based view, Craig W. Furneaux and Kerry A. Brown

2008 International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation 9:2 133-144.

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Public values embedded in Australian public works procurement, Craig W. Furneaux, Kerry A. Brown, and Don Allan

2008 Public Money & Management 28:3 167-172.

Managing multi-objective building contracts: public art in public building procurement, Craig W. Furneaux, Kerry A. Brown, and Angela McCabe

2008 Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management 22nd Annual Conference.

Streamlining local government: evaluating an eGovernment initiative in South East Queensland, Craig W. Furneaux, Nik Vassilev, John Burgess, Kerry A. Brown, and Michael Ward

2008 Clients driving construction innovation: benefiting from innovation 28-38.

Walking an epistemological tightrope: the challenges of conducting funded Indigenous tourism enterprise research, Deborah Gale

2008 Proceedings of the 18th Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) conference: Tourism and hospitality research, training and practice: where the 'bloody hell' are we?.

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Random-ratio schedules of reinforcement: the role of early wins and unreinforced trials, John Haw

2008 Journal of Gambling Issues 21 56-67.

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The relationship between reinforcement and gaming machine choice, John Haw

2008 Journal of Gambling Studies 24:1 55-61.

Global corporate challenge qualitative research project: the effect of a workplace team initiative on participants' motivation to sustain a physical activity program, Nadine Henley, Pascal Scherrer, Ruth Sibson, Lynnaire Sheridan, Susanne Bahn, Maria Ryan, and Raguragavan Ganeshasundaram

2008 Centre for Social Marketing, Edith Cowan University.

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A quantitative analysis of workplace influences on responsible gambling and problem gambling amongst employees of Queensland gaming venues, Nerilee Hing

2008 Queensland Office of Gaming Regulation, Queensland Treasury.

Gambling by gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing

2008 Responsible Gambling Advisory Committee Forum.

Gambling by gaming venue staff, Nerilee Hing

2008 Gold Coast Responsible Gambling Network 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.

Gambling problems among gaming venue employees: a preliminary survey, Nerilee Hing and Helen Breen

2008 Journal of Occupational Health Safety, Australia and New Zealand 24:4 329-341.

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.

Otago Central Rail Trail economic impact and trends survey 2008, Carla Jellum and Arianne Carvalhedo Reis

2008 Otago Central Rail Trail Trust, NZ.

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Election campaigns, tourism press coverage, and the Australian Labor Party: a case study of the 2007 Australian election, John M. Jenkins and Matthew James Lamont

2008 Proceedings of 3rd International Tourism and the Media Conference.

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Looking towards Asia: an analysis of Australian Asian-themed postgraduate tourism dissertations, Gary Lacey, Betty Weiler, and Jennifer Laing

2008 Developing and delivering industry-relevant education and research: Proceedings of the 2008 6th Asia-Pacific CHRIE (ApacCHRIE) Conference in association with THE-ICE International Panel of Experts Forum.

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Identifying success factors behind partnerships for managing recreation and tourism in urban fringe parks, Jennifer H. Laing, Aggie Wegner, Susan A. Moore, and Betty Weiler

2008 Annals of Leisure Research 11:1/2 101-122.

Mind, body and spirit: health and wellness tourism in Asia, Jennifer H. Laing and Betty Weiler

2008 Asian tourism: growth and change 379-389.

Postgraduate tourism research in Australia: a trend analysis 1969-2005, Jennifer Laing and Betty Weiler

2008 CAUTHE 2008: Tourism and Hospitality Research, Training and Practice: “Where the 'bloody hell' are we?.

Ballina Bike Sunday 2008: event evaluation, Matthew James Lamont

2008 Ballina Shire Council.

Outcomes of the Regional Partnerships Benchmarking Survey, Matthew James Lamont

2008 Southern Cross University Office of Regional Engagement.

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Wheels of change: a model of whole tourism systems for independent bicycle tourism, Matthew James Lamont

2008 New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference.

Outcomes of the 2008 Audax Alpine Classic: participant survey, Matthew James Lamont, M Axelsen, and P Faulks

2008 Audax Club of Australia.

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A process model of small and medium enterprise sponsorship of regional sport tourism events, Matthew James Lamont and Ron Dowell

2008 Journal of Vacation Marketing 14:3 253-266.

A royal tour in 1897: an indicative example of tourism's impacts in the generating regions of whole tourism systems, Neil Leiper

2008 Tourism, Culture and Communication 8:3 169-181.

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Aircraft contrails contribute to climate change: whole tourism systems are appropriate contexts for research on sustainable tourism, Neil Leiper, Richard W. Braithwaite, and Mieke Witsel

2008 Tourism Analysis 13:2 103-116.

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.

Leisure travel and business travel: a comparative analysis, Neil Leiper, Mieke Witsel, and Perry Hobson

2008 Asian Journal of Tourism and Hospitality Research 2:1 1-10.

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Alternative work schedule interventions in the Australian construction industry: a comparative case study analysis, Helen C. Lingard, Keith Townsend, Lisa M. Bradley, and Kerry A. Brown

2008 Construction Management and Economics 26:10 1101-1112.

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Transporte Ferroviário de Passageiros Turísticos: o estado da arte, Gui Lohmann and Marcus VO Oliveira

2008 Revista Turismo em Análise 19:1 137-154.

Asset management and governance: an analysis of fleet management process issues in an asset-intensive organisation, Diaswati Mardiasmo, Stephane Tywoniak, Kerry A. Brown, and Kevin Burgess

2008 Proceedings of the International Conference on Infrastructure Systems: Building networks for a brighter future.

Visibility in the workplace: still an essential ingredient for career success?, Paula McDonald, Lisa Bradley, and Kerry A. Brown

2008 Emerald Management Reviews 19:12 2198-2215.

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Pornographic eroticism and sexual grotesquerie in representations of African American sportswomen, James McKay and Helen Johnson

2008 Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture 14:4 491-504.

Internet and wireless gambling – a current profile, Sally M. Monaghan

2008 Australasian Gaming Council.

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‘Overcoming pathological gambling: therapist guide’ Robert Ladouceur and Stella Lachance Oxford University Press, New York, 2006, Sally M. Monaghan

2008 International Gambling Studies 8:1 131-132.

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Review of pop-up messages on electronic gaming machines as a proposed responsible gambling strategy, Sally M. Monaghan

2008 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 6:2 214-222.

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An appraisal of the impact of the depiction of gambling in society on youth, Sally M. Monaghan and Jeffrey Derevensky

2008 International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 6:4 537-550.

The community and visitor social exchange on Bruny and Magnetic Islands, Brent D. Moyle, W Glen Croy, and Betty Weiler

2008 Monash University, Faculty of Business and Economics Doctoral Colloquium.

Trends in emission standards and its implications for bus fleet management: technology assessment for Brisbane transport, Anish C. Patil and Kerry A. Brown

2008 Next Generations Infrastructure Conference.

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Workplace effects of equal employment opportunity legislation: the Australian experience, David Peetz, Margaret Gardner, Kerry A. Brown, and Sandra Berns

2008 Policy Studies 29:4 405-419.

Managing tourists on the top of Australia: past, present and future challenges, Catherine Marina Pickering and Pascal Scherrer

2008 Inaugural Global Geotourism Conference: Australia, 17-20 August, Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia: conference proceedings 319-325.

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An empirical study of visitor conflicts in New Zealand’s Southland Conservancy: the case of hunters and trampers on Stewart Island, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis

2008 University of Otago.

Mega-eventos e turismo: uma breve revisão [Mega-events and tourism: a short review], Arianne Carvalhedo Reis

2008 Legados de megaeventos esportivos [Legacies of sports mega-events] 509-517.

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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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Employee voice and strategic competitive advantage in international modern public corporations: an economic perspective, Susanne Royer, Jennifer Waterhouse, Kerry A. Brown, and Marion Festing

2008 European Management Journal 26:4 234-246.

Kimberley cruising: environmental and cultural aspects of a growing industry, tourism research report, Pascal Scherrer

2008 FACET News Winter.

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Maintaining momentum: the challenge of a workplace physical activity program to sustain motivation and activity, Pascal Scherrer, Nadine Henley, Lynnaire Sheridan, Ruth Sibson, and Maria M. Ryan

2008 Journal of Research for Consumers 14 1-7.

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Tourism and the Kimberley coastal waterways: environmental and cultural aspects of expedition cruising, Pascal Scherrer, Amanda J. Smith, and Ross Kingston Dowling

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Tourism and the Kimberley coastal waterways: a review of environmental and cultural aspects of expedition cruising along the Kimberley coast, Western Australia: photobook, Pascal Scherrer and Charmaine Williams

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Housing for livelihoods: the lifecycle of housing and infrastructure through a whole-of-system approach in remote Aboriginal settlements, Kurt W. Seemann, Matthew Parnell, Stephen McFallan, and Selwyn Tucker

2008 Desert Knowledge CRC Report Number 29.

“I think it is fun because of where you are‟: people's experiences of physical activity on Rottnest Island, WA, Ruth Sibson, Maria Ryan, Pascal Scherrer, Lynnaire Sheridan, Justine Nagorski, Nadine Henley, and Raguragavan Ganeshasundaram

2008 Conference Program and Abstracts: 8th Biennial ANZALS Conference - Leisure is the key: unlocking people and communities.

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A critical discourse analysis of in-flight magazine advertisments: the 'social sorting' of airline travellers?, Jennie Small, Candice Harris, and Erica Wilson

2008 Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 6:1 17-38.

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A closer examination of the impact of zoo visits on visitor behaviour, Liam Smith, S Broad, and Betty Weiler

2008 Journal of Sustainable Tourism 16:5 544-562.

Measuring emotion at the zoo, Liam Smith, Betty Weiler, and Sam Ham

2008 Journal of the International Zoo Educators Association 44 26-31.

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The 'viability' and resilience of communities and settlements in desert Australia, Mark Stafford Smith, Mark Moran, and Kurt Seemann

2008 The Rangeland Journal 30:1 123-135.

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The ‘viability’ and resilience of communities and settlements in desert Australia, Mark Stafford-Smith, Mark Moran, and Kurt W. Seemann

2008 The Rangeland Journal 30:1 123-135.

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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.

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Hakatere Conservation Park visitor study 2008, Anna Thompson, Brent A. Lovelock, Arianne Carvalhedo Reis, and Carla Jellum

2008 University of Otago.

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.

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When working five days a week seems radical: compressed working weeks in the Australian construction industry, Keith J. Townsend, Kerry A. Brown, Lisa M. Bradley, and Helen C. Lindgard

2008 22nd Conference of the Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand: Workers, corporations and community: facing choices for a sustainable future.

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The silent death of food technology rigor in school curriculum, Angela Turner and Kurt W. Seemann

2008 Exploring technology education: solutions to issues in a globalised world: Proceedings of the 5th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research 2 180-190.

Challenging heteronormativity in tourism studies: locating progress, Gordon Waitt, Kevin Markwell, and Andrew Gorman-Murray

2008 Progress in Human Geography 32:6 781-800.

Linking a sense of place with a sense of care: overcoming sustainability challenges faced by remote island communities, Kaye Walker

2008 Building community capacity for tourism development 41-59.

Tools to enhance community capacity to critically evaluate tourism activities, Kaye Walker

2008 Building community capacity for tourism development 86-100.

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.