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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 2 - Economic Development -> 710000 - Commercial Services and Tourism -> 710500 Tourism -> 710502 Socio-cultural issues :

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Carter, R.W. and Beeton, R.J.S. (2004) A Model of Cultural Change and Tourism. Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 9 4: 423-441. 159   Cited 9 times in Scopus9
Carter, R. (2000). A model of cultural change (Cultural Expression Web) and tourism. In: S. Johnson, Social Transformation in the Asia Pacific Region. Social Transformation in the Asia Pacific Region, Woolongong, NSW, (). 4 -6 December 2000. 117  
Campiranon, Kom (2007). An Analysis of Crisis Management in the MICE Sector: The WTO Approach. In: I. Mcdonnell, S. Grabowski and R. March, Tourism - Past Achievements, Future Challenges. The Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE) Conference, Manly Pacific Hotel, Sydney, (). 11-14 February 2007. 155  
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  
Whitford, M. and Ruhanen, L. M. (2007). An evaluation of Brisbane's annual sport and cultural festival. In: N. Othman and C.V.Arcodia, 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with Global Event Congress II. 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with Global Event Congress II, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, (xx-xx). 16-18 July 2007. 387  
Barron, Paul Edward. (2004). An evaluation of learning styles, learning issues and learning problems of Confucian heritage culture students studying hospitality and tourism management in Australia PhD Thesis, School of Tourism, The University of Queensland. 840 3
Ashton, Suwaree Ann and Scott, Noel (2007). An examination of the effect of prior travel experience on perceived risk through use of blogs. In: Othman, N. and Arcodia, C., Heritage & Tourism: Alliance and network relationship, event management and event tourism. 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with the Global Events Congress II, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, (1-11). 16-18 July 2007. 511 1
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. 1299  
O'Rourke, T. (2006) Architectural traditions a product of tourism: Reproducing Aboriginal built environments in the twenty-first century. Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review, 18 1: 75-75. 79  
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. 224  
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. 1437 1714
Patterson, I. R. (2004). Baby boomers and adventure tourism: An emerging market sector of pleasure seekers and risk takers. In: C. Cooper, C. Arcodia, D. Solnet and M. Whitford, Cauthe 2004: Creating Tourism Knowledge. Cauthe 2004: Creating Tourism Knowledge, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, (558-565). 10-13 February 2004. 338  
Pegg, S. A. and Axelsen, M. L. (2007). Better managing the Hidden Risks at Events: The Australian University Games. In: Arcodia, C. V., Othman, N., Hashim, R. and Jamaludin, M., 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with Global Event Congress II. 3rd Tourism Outlook Conference in conjunction with Global Event Congress II, Kuala Lumpa, Malaysia, (xx-xx). 16-18 July 2007. 109  
Sofield, T. H. B. (2006) Border Tourism and Border Communities: An overview. Tourism Geographics, 8 2: 102-121. doi:10.1080/14616680600585489 87   Cited 20 times in Scopus20 0
Patterson, Ian (2007). Changing technological trends in the travel behaviour of older tourists. In Warren R. Pease, Michelle Rowe and Malcolm Cooper (Ed.), Information and communication technologies in support of the tourism industry (pp. 339-359) Hersey, PA, U.S.A.: Idea Group Publishing. doi:10.4018/978-1-59904-159-9.ch014 152   0
Campiranon, Kom (2006). Chaos Theory as an Approach to Understanding MICE in Time of Crisis. In: M. Hall, ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil. Atlas Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil, University of Otago, Dunedin NZ, (11-21). 3-5 December 2006. 131  
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  
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  
Ryan, Chris and Trauer, Birgit (2005). Conceptualization and Aspiration. In C. Ryan and M. Aicken (Ed.), Indigenous Tourism: the Commodification and Management of Culture 1st ed. (pp. 219-222) Oxford UK: Elsevier. 35  
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  
Trauer, Birgit (2006) Conceptualizing special interest tourism - frameworks for analysis. Tourism Management, 27 2: 183-200. doi:10.1016/j.tourman.2004.10.004 742   23 Cited 50 times in Scopus50 0
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  
Marzano, G. and Scott, N. R. (2006). Consistency in Destination Branding: The Impact of Events. In: Dr C. Arcodia, Global Events Congress and Event Educators Forum. Global Events Congress and Event Educators Forum, Brisbane, Australia, (196-205). 27-29 September, 2006. 1264 3065
Lee, Young-Sook (2003). Constructing tourism in South Korea : nation state and the tourist gaze PhD Thesis, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland. 333 2
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  
Boksberger, P. and Craig-smith, S J (2006) Customer, Value amongst Tourists: A conceptual Framework and a risk - adjusted Model. Tourism Review, 61 1: 6-12. 89  
Scott, N R and Marzano, G. (2006). Destination Branding: Conceptualization of collaboration within a problem domain. In: C Michael Hall, ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil. Atlas-Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil, Dunedin, New Zealand, (1-20). 03-05 Dec 2006. 85  
Kao, Martin Chung, Scott, Noel, Patterson, Ian and Li, Chung-Kai Kary (2006). Destination satisfaction of group package tourists. In: M. Hall, ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil. ATLAS Asia-Pacific Conference 2006: Tourism after Oil, University of Otago, Dunedin NZ, (62-63). 3-6 December, 2006. 84  
Lee, T. J. and Kim, J. Y. (2006). Development of Resort Tourism in Small Island: Case Study of Jeju Island, Korea. In: H. Sohn, The 12th Asia Pacific Tourism Association & 4th Asia Pacific CHRIE Joint Conference. The 12th Asia Pacific Tourism Association & 4th Asia Pacific, Hualien, Taiwan, (41-41). 25-29 June 2006. 271  
Slaughter, L. and Suwannachote, P. (2004). ELICOS Students - an International student travel market overlooked?. In: C.Cooper, C. Arcodia, D. Solnet and M. Whitford, CAUTHIE 2004: Creating Tourist Knowledge (14th International Research Conference for the Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education). CAUTHE: Creating Tourism Knowledge, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, (716-725). 10-13 February 2004. 275  
Cooper, C. P. and Ruhanen, L. M. (2004) Enhancing destination competitiveness through the use of a strategic visioning approach to tourism planning. Revista Turismo & Desenvolvimento - Journal of Tourism and Development, 1 1: 27-34. 636  
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. 422 4
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  
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. 133  
Campiranon, Kom and Scott, Noel (2007). Factors Influencing Crisis Management in Tourism Destinations. In E. Laws, B. Prideaux and K. Chon (Ed.), Crisis Management in Tourism 1 ed. (pp. 142-156) Wallingford, Oxford UK: CAB International. 123 7
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  
Carr, N. S. (2001). Gendered holiday behaviour: A case study of university students. In: S. Colyer and K. James, ANZALS: Leisure futures, leisure cultures. 3rd Women in Leisure International Conference, Fremantel, (). 5-6 July, 2001. 51  
Arcodia, Charles V. and Reid, Sacha Louise (2003) Goals and Objectives of Event Management Associations. Journal of Convention and Exhibition Management, 5 1: 57-75. 6789 25535
Prideaux, B. R. (2001) Holiday business tourism in Australia since 1870. Australian Journal of Hospitality Management, 8 1: 59-60. 51  
Wilks, J. and Surawski, M.R. (2002) Hotel Safety in Australia: Current Legal Issues. International Travel Law Journal, 3 164-179. 171  
Kao, M., Patterson, I. R., Scott, N. R. and Li, C. K. (2006). Importance and performance of Taiwanese tourists' motivations that visit Australia. In: Proceedings of the combined 12th Asia Pacific Association and the 4th Asia Pacific CHRIE Hospitality and Tourism Education. 12th Asia Pacific Association and the 4th Asia Pacific CHRIE Hospitality and Tourism Education, Trends & Strategies, Hualien, Taiwan, (266-280). 26-29 June, 2006. 85  
Patterson, I.R. (2007) Information sources used by older adults for decision making about tourism and travel destinations. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 31 5: 528-533. 120  
Westwood, R. I. (2006) International business and management studies as an orientalist discourse: A postcolonial critique. Critical Perspectives on International Business, 2 2: 91-113. doi:10.1108/17422040610661280 88   Cited 36 times in Scopus36 0
Wilks, J. and Davis, R. (2003) International Tourists and Recreational Injuries. Plaintiff, October 59: 8-14. 49  
Cooper, Chris (2006). Lakes as Tourism Destination Resources. In C. Michael Hall and Tuija Harkonen (Ed.), Lake Tourism: An Integrated Approach to Lacustrine Tourism Systems (pp. 27-42) Clevedon, United Kingdom: Channel View Publications. 67  
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  

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