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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 -> 350599 Tourism not elsewhere classified :

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Ding, P. and Craig-smith, S. J. (2001) 1999 China 'youth scientist forum' - the ecologic-environmental changes and controls in China's arid and semi-arid areas. International Journal of Tourism Research, 3 6: 55-57. 77  
Prideaux, B. R., Kim, S-S.K. and Kim, S.M. (2002) A cross cultural study on casino guests as perceived by casino employees. Tourism Management, 23 5: 511-520. doi:10.1016/S0261-5177(02)00008-0 114   15 Cited 25 times in Scopus25 0
Arcodia, C. V. and Reid, S. L. (2003). An Analysis of Key Services Provided by Event Management Associations. In: R. W. Braithwaite and R. L. Braithwaite, Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research, proceedings of the Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference. Riding the Wave of Tourism and Leisure Management, Coffs Harbour, (1-17). 5-8 February, 2003. 92  
O'Brien, Paul Francis (2006). An architecture for ubiquitous mobile service delivery PhD Thesis, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland. 315 3
Solnet, David, Robinson, Richard and Cooper, Chris (2007) An industry partnership approach in tourism education. The Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism Education, 6 1: 66-70. 130   8
Ding, P., Craig-smith, S. J. and Huang, S. (2001) An overview of current tourism research situation and development in Australia. Tourism Tribune, 16 2: 72-78. 203  
Ding, P. and Cooper, C. P. (2001). An overview of legislation and administration controls on the environmental management of tourism development in China. In: J. Bao, International conference on tourism development and management in developing countries. International conference on tourism development and managemens, Centre for Tourism Planning, Zhongshan Uni, (65-65). 10-14 Nov, 2001. 66  
Arcodia, C. V. and Reid, S. L. (2002). Applying Stakeholder theory to Event Management Contexts. In: E. Arola, J. Karkkainen and M. Siitari, Tourism and Well-Being: Symposium Proceedings. Tourism and Well Being, Jyvaskyla, (342-345). 16-18 May 2002. 1302  
Ding, P. and Cooper, C. P. (2001). A preliminary study on some critical issues of China's outbound travel management. In: A. Montanari, International Conference of the IGU Globility Study Group on Human Mobility in a Borderless World?. International Geographical Union Study Group Global Change, Pescara, Italy, (31-31). 20-22 April, 2001. 80  
Arcodia, C. V. and Axelsen, M. L. (2005). A Review of Event Management Jobs in Australian Newspaper. In: J. Allen, The Impacts of Events: Event Management Research Conference. The Impacts of Events: Event Management Research Conference, Sydney, NSW, (575-586). 13-14 July, 2005. 234  
Arcodia, C. V. and Barker, T. (2002). A Review of Web-Based Job Advertisements for Australian Event Management Positions. In: R. Harris and J. Allen, Events and Place Making: Building Destinations and Communities through Events: Refereed Proceedings. Events and Place Making: Building Destinations and Communities through Events, Conference Proceedings, Australian Centre for Event Management, Sydney, (175-202). 15-16 July 2002. 1443 1718
Hardy, Anne (2002). A troubled paradise: Stakeholder perceptions of tourism in the Daintree region of Far North Queensland, Australia PhD Thesis, School of Natural and Rural Systems Management, The University of Queensland. 692 775
Prideaux, B. R. (2002) Building Visitor Attractions in Peripheral areas - can uniqueness overcome isolation to produce viability?. International Journal of Tourism Research, 4 5: 379-390. 68  
Arcodia, C. V. (2004). Codes of Ethics of Professional Event Management Associations: A Content Analysis. In: R. MacLellan, T. Baum and A. Goldsmith et el, Proceedings of Tourism: State of the Art II. Tourism: State of the Art II, Glasgow, (1-23). 27-30 June 2004. 263  
Cooper, C. P., Prideaux, B. R. and Ruhanen, L. M. (2002). Commercialising Tourism Research: The Cooperative Research Centre For Sustainable Tourism Model. In: E. Arola, J. Karkkainen and M. Siitari, Tourism and Well-Being, The 2nd Tourism Industry and Education Symposium. Tourism and Well Being, Jyvaskyla, Findland, (124-136). 16-18 May 2002. 83  
Dryden, G. M., Craig-smith, S. J. and Arcodia, C. V. (2004). Commercial Safari Hunting in Australia. In G. Dreyen and S. Craig-Smith (Ed.), Safari Hunting of Australian Exotic Wild Game 1 ed. (pp. 99-129) Canberra ACT: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 95  
Lee, T.J.L., Li, J. and Kim, H. (2007) Community resident's perceptions and attitudes towards heritage tourism in a historic city. Tourism Hospitality Planning and Development, 4 2: 91-109. 171  
Arcodia, C. V. and Axelsen, M. (2004) Conceptualising Art Exhibitions as Special Events: A review of the literature. Journal of Convention and Event Tourism, 6 3: 63-80. 99  
Arcodia, C. V. and Axelsen, M. (2003). Conceptualizing Art Exhibitions as Special Events: A Review of the Literature. In: K. Weber, Advances in Convention, Exhibition & Event Research. Convention & Expo Summit, Hong Kong, (75-86). 29-31 August, 2003. 69  
Dryden, G. M. and Craig-Smith, S. J. (2004). Conclusions - Recommendations for the Australian Safari Industry. In G. Dryden and S. Craig-Smith (Ed.), Safari Hunting of Australian Exotic Wild Game (pp. 130-136) Canberra ACT: Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. 92  
Arcodia, C. V. (2003). Confusian Values and their Implications for the Tourism Industry. In: R. W. Braithwaite and R. L. Braithwaite, Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research, proceedings of the Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference. Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research, Coffs Harbour, (1-13). 5-8 February, 2003. 114  
Yuan, Y. and Lee, T. J. (2007) Culture Dimension of Sport Management: Chinese Australians' Adaptation to a New Culture. CERI Entertainment Review, 8 1: 7-29. 102  
Cooper, C. P. (2002) Curriculum Planning for Tourism Education. Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism, 2 1: 19-39. 89  
Carter, B. R.W. and Bramley, R. (2002) Defining Heritage Values and Significance for Improved Resource Management: An application to Australian tourism. International Journal of Heritage Studies, 8 3: 175-199. 114  
Cooper, C. P., Ruhanen, L. M. and Craig-Smith, S. J. (2004). Developing a Knowledge Management Approach to Tourism Research. In: R. MacLellan, T Baum and A. Goldsmith et al, Proceedings of Tourism: State of the Art II. Tourism: State of the Art II, Glasgow, Scotland, (1-20). 27-30 June 2004. 150  
Carter, B. R. W. and Horneman, L. N. (2001) Does a Market for Heritage Tourism Exist?. The Bulletin of the Australian Institute for Maritime Archaeology, 25 61-68. 121  
O'Brien, P. F. (2001). Dynamic travel itinerary management: The ubiquitous travel agent. In: G. Finnie, D. Cecez-Kecmanovic and B. Lo, Proceedings of the Twelfth Australasian Conference on Information Systems. Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Coffs harbour, (). 4-7 December, 2001. 125  
Gilbert, Helen (2004) Ecotourism: A Colonial Legacy?. 741 2631
Ding, P., Zhong, L. and Xie, T. (2007) Ecotourism certification and its progress in China. Journal of Ecological Economy, 3 3: 322-328. 83  
Ding, P., Zhong, L. and Xie, T. (2007). Ecotourism certification practice in China and its evaluation: Using SWOT analysis. In: Zou, T, Proceedings of APTA Beijing. APTA Beijing, Beijing, China, (). 24 - 27 May 2007. 264  
Prideaux, B. R. and Cooper, M. (2002) Ecotourism in Indonesia: A strategy for regional tourism development. ASEAN Journal on Hospitality and Tourism, 1 2: 95-106. 128  
Ding, P. and Cooper, C. P. (2001). Environmental auditing program for hotel organisations. In: T. Huang, First International Hotel Forum. First International Hotel Forum, Hainan, (98-110). 29 Oct - 1 Nov, 2001. 79  
Arcodia, C. V. (2005). Event Management and Social Capital: Is there a Link?. In: E. Ijas, Tourism as a Contributor to Well-Being and Social Capital [Volume 45 of Reports from the Jyväskylä Polytechnic]. 3rd Tourism Industry and Education Symposium, Jyvaskyla, Finland, (13-22). 19-21 May 2005. 158  
Arcodia, C. V. and Reid, S. L. (2004) Event Management Associations and the Provision of Services. Journal of Convention & Event Tourism, 6 4: 5-25. 85  
Arcodia, C. V. and Reid, S. L. (2002). Event Management Associations: Goal Driven or Adhoc Planning?. In: R. Harris and J. Allen, Events and Place Making: Building Destinations and Communities through Events: Refereed Proceedings. Events and Place Making: BDACTE, Sydney, (442-478). 2002. 87  
Whitford, M. (2004) Event public policy development in the Northern Sub-regional Organisation of Councils, Queensland, Australia: Rhetoric or realisation?. Journal of Convention and Event Tourism, 6 Special Issue 3: 81-100. 91  
Cooper, C. P., Prideaux, B. R. and Ruhanen, L. M. (2003). Expanding the Horizons of Tourism Research: An Overview of Research Diffusion Practices within the Cooperative Research Centre for Sustainable Tourism. In: R. W. Braithwaite and R. L. Braithwaite, Proceedings of the Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education Conference, Coffs Harbour 2003. Council of Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education - Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research, Coffs Harbour, (). 5-8 February, 2003. 90  
Arcodia, C. V. (2005). Exploring the Use of Hermeneutics as a Research Methodology with Tourism Contexts. In: P. Tremblay and A. Boyle, Sharing Tourism Knowledge. 15th International Research Conf of CAUTHE, Alice Springs, NT, (1-10). 1-5 Feb 2005. 134  
Arcodia, C. V. and Whitford, M. (2002). Festival attendance and the development of social capital. In: J. Carlsen, Proceedings of 12th International Research Conference of the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE). Tourism & Hospitality on the Edge, Freemantle, (). 6-9 February 2002. 113  
Arcodia, C. V. (2005). Flexible Learning in Event Management: The Challenge of Teaching and Learning Paradigms. In: K. Chon, Education and Industry Partnerships in Tourism. 2005 Pacific Asia Travel Association Educators' Forum, Hong Kong, (31-37). 16 April 2005. 81  
Cooper, C P (2006) Gestion Del Conocimiento Y Turismo (Knowledge Management in Tourism). Annals of Tourism Research en Espanol, 8 1: 50-70. 82  
Craig-smith, S. J. (2001) Hospitaliity degree education in Australia prospects and challenges for the 21st Century. First International Hotel Forum, 1 77-82. 44  
Wilks, J. and Surawski, M.R. (2002) Hotel Safety in Australia: Current Legal Issues. International Travel Law Journal, 3 164-179. 172  
Carter, R. W., Whiley, D. and Knight, C. (2004) Improving environmental performance in the tourism accommodation sector. Journal of Ecotourism, 3 1: 46-68. doi:10.1080/14724040408668149 141   Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Solnet, D, Robinson, R N S and Barron, P E (2006). Innovations in tourism education industry partnerships: An analysis of event management student experiences. In: Dr C. Arcodia, Dr M. Whitford and Ms C Dickson, Global Events Congress and Event Educators' Forum. Global Events Congress and Event Educators' Forum, Brisbane, Australia, (66-75). 27-29 September, 2006. 167  
Dryden, G. M. and Craig-Smith, S. J. (2004). Introduction. In G. Dryden and S. Craig-Smith (Ed.), Safari Hunting of Australian Exotic Wild Game (pp. 1-5) Canberra ACT: Australian Governement Rural Industries Research and Dev Corp. 27  
Craig-Smith, S., Cooper, C. and Ruhanen, L. (2004). Knowledge management and tourism. In: E. Fayos-Solà and L. Martinez Descalzo, The Role of Education in Quality Destination Management: Proceedings of the WTO Education Council Conference. WTO Education Council Conference, Beijing, China, (17-24). 23 October 2003. 90  
Dryden, G. M. (2004). Linkages between the deer farming and commercial safari hunting industries.. In: C. Tuckwell, Managing Our 'Game'. Deer Industry Association of Australia Biennial Conference 2004, South Gate Motel, Mt. Gambier, Vic., (163-170). 16-18 April 2004. 57  
Sherrie Wei and Hein Ruys (1999) Managers' perceptions of environmental issues in Australian hotels. Australian Journal of Environmental Management, 6 2: 78-85. 117  
Arcodia, C. V. and McKinnon, S. E. (2004). Managing Risk in Rural Queensland Festivals. In: Professor Z. Gu, International Hospitality and Convention Summit. 2004 Las Vegas International Hospitality and Convention Summit, Las Vegas, (20-44). 6-8 June 2004. 49  

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