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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 350000 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services -> 350500 Tourism -> 350507 Tourism Management :

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Barron, Paul E., Watson, Sandra and McGuire, David (2005). A Comparative Study of Student Learning Styles in Hospitality and Tourism Management: A Hierarchical Perspective. In: Council of Australian University Hospitality and Tourism Education, Melbourne, Australia, (). December, 2005. 910 1721
Prideaux, B. R. (2001). Airline distributrion systems: The challenge and opportunity of the Internet. In D. Buhalis and E. Laws (Ed.), Tourism Distribution Channels: Practices, Issues and Transformations (pp. 213-230) London: Continuum. 73  
Barron, Paul E. (2002) Air Rage: An Emerging Challenge for the Airline Industry. Asia Pacific Journal of Transport, 4 Summer: 39-44. 737 2012
Arcodia, C. V. and Robb, D. A. (2000). A taxonomy of event management terms. In: J. Allen, R. Harris, L. Jago and A. Veal, Events Beyond 2000: Setting the Agenda. Event Evaluation, Research and Education, Sydney, (154-160). 13 -14 July 2000. 478  
Slaughter, L. (2002). Backpackers - a Source of Income for Rural Communities. In: Tourism and Well-Being the 2nd Tourism Industry and Education Symposium Symposium Proceedings. Tourism and Well-Being 2nd Tourism Industry and Education Symposium, Jyvaskyla Paviljonki, Finland, (402-412). 16-18 May 2002. 119  
Pegg, S. A. (2005) Book Review: Organisational Behaviour for Leisure Services. Australian Leisure Management, 52: 59-59. 111  
Smith, G. and Cooper, C. P. (2000) Competitive approaches to tourism and hospitality curriculum design. Journal of Travel Research, 39 1: 90-95. 96  
van Fossen, Anthony and Lafferty, George (2001) Contrasting models of land use regulation: Community, government and tourism development. Community Development Journal, 36 3: 198-211. doi:10.1093/cdj/36.3.198 35   Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Higginbottom, K., Tribe, A. and Booth, R. J. (2003). Contributions of Non-consumptive Wildlife Tourism to Conservation. In: R. Buckley, C. Pickering and D. B. Weaver, Nature-based Tourism, Environment and Land Management: Ecotourism Series. 2001 Fenner Conference on Nature Tourism and the Environment, Canberra, Australia, (181-195). 3 - 6 September 2001. doi:10.1079/9780851997322.0181 226 500 4 0
Creating Tourism Knowledge. Edited by C. P. Cooper, C. V. Arcodia, D. Solnet and M. Whitford Altona Victoria: Common Ground Publishing, 2004. 39  
Ding, P. and Craig-smith, S. J. (2003). Crisis Management for Tourism Destinations in the World- The Examplles of Crisis Management for British Foot and Mouth. In G. Zhang (Ed.), Disease Outbreak. China's Tourism Development: Analysis & Forecast 2002-2004 (pp. 357-364) Beijing, China: Social Science Documentation Publishing House. 121  
Wilks, J. and Page, S.J. (2003). Current Status of Tourist Health and Safety. In J. Wilks and S. J. Page (Ed.), Managing Tourist Health and Safety in the New Millennium 1 ed. (pp. 3-15) Oxford, U.K.: Pergamon. 71  
Wilks, J. (2005). Destination Risk Management in Oceania. In C. Cooper and C. M. Hall (Ed.), Oceania: A Tourism Handbook 1st ed. (pp. 335-352) Clevedon, UK: Channel View Publications. 46  
Laws, E. and Scott, N. (2003) Developing New Tourism Services: Dinosaurs a New Drive Tourism Resource for Remote Areas. Journal of Vacation Marketing, 9 4: 368-380. doi:10.1177/135676670300900406 96   Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Sinay, Laura (2002). Ecoturismo e Culturas Tradicionais Estudo de Caso: Martim de Sa Master's Thesis, EICOS - Estudos Interdisciplinares de Comunidades e Ecologia Social, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. 2379 4663
Stell, Marion, Pocock, Celmara and Ballantyne, Roy Essential Australia: Towards a thematic framework for the interpretation of cultural heritage sites in tourism. Edited by C. Cooper and I. Kean Gold Coast: Sustainable Tourism Cooperative Research Centre, 2007. 429 4
Prideaux, B. R. (2001) Holiday business tourism in Australia since 1870. Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, 8 1: 59-60. 56  
Wilks, J. (2004). Injuries and Injury prevention. In J. Keystone, P. Kozarsky, D. Freedman, H. Nothdurft and B. Connor (Ed.), Travel Medicine (pp. 453-459) London UK: Mosby. 35  
Lafferty, George and van Fossen, Anthony (2001) Integrating the tourism industry: problems and strategies. Tourism Management, 22 1: 11-19. doi:10.1016/S0261-5177(00)00021-2 186   21 Cited 35 times in Scopus35 0
International Journal of Tourism Research (2000) Volume 2 Issue 3 89  
International Journal of Tourism Research (2000) Volume 2 Issue 6 40  
International Journal of Tourism Research (2000) Volume 2 Issue 5 30  
International Journal of Tourism Research (2000) Volume 2 Issue 2 69  
International Journal of Tourism Research (1999) Volume 1 Issue 6 85  
International Journal of Tourism Research (2000) Volume 2 Issue 4 53  
International Journal of Tourism Research (2000) Volume 2 Issue 1 41  
Wilks, J. and Davis, R. (2003) International Tourists and Recreational Injuries. Plaintiff, October 59: 8-14. 49  
Barron, Paul E. and Bartolome-Greenwood, Ana (2005). Issues Determining the Development of Cruise Itineraries: A Focus on the Luxury Market. In: Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Educators, Melbourne, Australia, (). December, 2005. 628 5577
Cooper, C. (2006) Knowledge management and tourism. Annals of Tourism Research, 33 1: 47-64. doi:10.1016/j.annals.2005.04.005 136   84 Cited 111 times in Scopus111 0
Wilks, J. and Davis, R. (2003) Legal Notes: Current Tourism and Leisure Issues for Older Travellers. Australasian Parks and Leisure, 6 2: 41-43. 183  
Linking Green Productivity to Ecotourism 1 ed. Edited by T. J. Hundloe Tokyo: Asian Productivity Organisation, 2002. 98  
Solnet, D. (2004). Linking Industry and Education Providers: A Relationship Management Approach. In: C. Cooper, C. Arcodia, D. Solnet and M. Whitford, CAUTHIE 2004: Creating Tourism Knowledge (14th International Research Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education). Cauthe 2004: Creating Tourism Knowledge, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, (726-733). 10-13 February 2004. 111  
Worachananant, Suchai, Carter, R. W., Hockings, Marc, Reopanichkul, Pasinee and Thamrongnawasawat, Thon (2005). Management Response to the Tsunami, Surin Marine National Park, Thailand. In: J. C. Day, J. Senior, S. Monk and W. Neal, The First International Marine Protected Areas Congress (IMPAC 1), Waterfront Campus, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia, (372-374). 23-28 October, 2005. 397 841
Campiranon, Kom (2005). Managing Reputation in Event Planning Companies. In: Allen, J., The Impacts of Events - Events Management Research Conference. Event Management Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, (). 13-14 July, 2005. 685 4445
Managing Tourist health and Safety in the New Millennium 1 ed. Edited by J. Wilks and S. J. Page Oxford, Victoria: Pergamon, 2003. 84  
Pegg, S. A. (2003) Managing Visitor Attractions: Book Review. Australian Leisure Management, 39: 26-26. 62  
Arcodia, C. V. (2001) Members' survey: Tattersall's Club, 2000 Ipswich: School of Tourism and Leisure Mgmt 50  
Slaughter, L. and Home, R. (2004) Motivations of Long Term Volunteers: Human Services Vs Events. UNLV Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure Science (HTL Science), 2 1-12. 308  
Slaughter, L. (2002). Motivations of long tern volunteers at events. In: L. Jago, M. Deery, R. Harris, A. Hede and J. Allen, Proceedings of Conference on Events and Place Making: Building Destinations and Communities through Events. EAPM: Building Destinations and Communities through Events, Sydney, Australia, (232-252). 15-16 July 2002. 101  
Wilks, Jeffrey, Pendergast, Donna and Wood, Maryann (2002) Overseas Visitor Deaths in Australia: 1997-2000. Current Issues in Tourism, 5 6: 550-557. 120   Cited 13 times in Scopus13
Wilks, J. and Coory, M. (2002) Overseas Visitor Injuries in Queensland Hospitals: 1996-2000. The Journal of Tourism Studies, 13 1: 2-8. 52  
Prideaux, B. R. and Master, H. (2001) Reducing risk factors for international visitors in destinations. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 6 2: 24-32. 40  
Carter, R. W., Baxter, G. S. and Hockings, M. (2001) Resource management in tourism research: A new direction. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 9 4: 265-280. doi:10.1080/09669580108667402 834 766 Cited 25 times in Scopus25 0
Wilks, J. (2003). Safety and Security for Destinations: WTO Case Studies. In J. Wilks and S. J. Page (Ed.), Managing Tourist Health and Safety in the New Millennium 1 ed. (pp. 127-139) Oxford, Victoria: Pergamon. 51  
Pegg, S. A. (2002). Satisfaction of Volunteers involved in Community Events: Implications for the Event Manager. In: L. Jago, M. Deery, R. Harris, A. Hede and J. Allen, Events and Place Making: Proceedings of International Research Conference held in Sydney 2002. Events and Place Making, Sydney, (253-274). 15-16 July 2002. 110  
Raybould, M. and Scott, N. (2003). School's Out Forever: A Study of the Gold Coast Schoolies' Festival 2001. In: The Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) 2003: Riding the wave of tourism and hospitality, CAUTHE conference proceedings. The Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Annual Conference, “Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research”, Coffs Harbour, Australia, (). 5-8 February, 2003. 315  
Lim, C. S. (2006). Sport tourism on islands. Case of the US PGA tour event in Jeju, Korea. In: Dr C. Arcodia, Dr M. Whitford and Ms C Dickson, Global Event Congress & Events Educators' Forum. Global Event Congress & Events Educators' Forum, Customs House, Brisbane, Australia, (143-154). 27-29 September, 2006. 47  
O'Brien, P. F. and Van Akkeren, J. K. (2000). The effectiveness of project-assisted adoption of E-commerce by small businesses in the tourism industry. In: ICSB world conference 2000 : entrpreneurial SMES: engines for growth in the millennium. ICSB World Conference 2000, Brisbane, Australia, (1-20). 7-10 June 2000. 108  
Singh, Paul (2012) The knowledge absorptive capacity of New Zealand's regional tourism organisations: exploring the role of individuals in knowledge absorptive capacity processes : 44 4
Schianetz, K., Kavanagh, L. and Lockington, D. (2007) The Learning Tourism Destination: The potential of a learning organisation approach for improving the sustainability of tourism destinations. Tourism Management, 28 6: 1485-1496. doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2007.01.012 983 1430 23 Cited 35 times in Scopus35 0

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