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Author : Astrid Dickinger & Anja Hergesell
School/Work Place : MODUL University Vienna, Austria
Contact : astrid.dickinger@modul.ac.at
Year : 2012

The travel between home and destination is a key element of any holiday and has received increasing attention by tourism scholars as its environmental and particularly its climatic impacts have become widely recognized (Gössling 2002; Metz, Davidson et al. 2007). As part of the discussion on how to mitigate the negative impacts of holiday travel, the role of the consumer has been highlighted and consumers’ travel mode choices have been identified as a key area of research and policy making (Scott and Becken 2010).

Market-based policy interventions have been considered the most realistic opportunity to encourage behavior change, as they are neither based on the consumers’ goodwill like voluntary action nor difficult to introduce and manage like regulations limiting the amount of CO2 emitted per person (Hardin 1968; Becken 2007). Several countries have introduced measures aiming to particularly address the increasing popularity of air travel. These measures adopt “the polluter pays principle”, increasing prices for selected travel modes through e.g. taxes and emission charges. Relying on extrinsic motivation these measures ignore psychological factors like environmental attitudes as behavior antecedents (Frey 1999) assuming an attitude-behavior or value-action gap. Such a gap has been suggested by a number of studies (Kollmuss and Agyeman 2002; Randles and Mander 2009) particularly in cases where the behavior involves financial costs or entails inconvenience due to e.g. unfavorable external conditions (Guagnano, Stern et al. 1995; Diekmann and Preisendörfer 2003; Thøgersen and Crompton 2009).


List of Articles
No. Subject Viewssort Date
122 Think Tank V Managing Risk and Crisis for Sustainable Tourism: Rese... file 5873 Dec 14, 2013

Many tourism professionals are afraid to speak about terms such as tourism security and tourism safety. There is a common feeling among tourism and travel professionals that these terms will frighten customers and that the less said the bett...

Author: Peter E. Tarlow 

Year: 2005 

OPA: Keynote Speech 

121 Think Tank IX Tourism Relationship Model and Intermediary for Sustai... file 5831 Oct 13, 2013

This paper proposes a simple model that depicts the relationship between community and extra-community stakeholders that will enable the effective development of sustainable tourism. “Sustainable tourism” in this paper is defined as tourism ...

Author: Asami Shikida, Mami Yoda, Akiko Kino & Masayuki Morishige 

Year: 2009 

120 Think Tank XI Visualising Sustainability: Reflections on Applied Stu... file 5805 Oct 14, 2013

As Sontag (1979) stated, we live in an image-based world within which we are continuously bombarded with visuals in countless formats and guises. However, despite such image saturation, academic engagement whether through teaching or resear...

Author: Caroline Scarles 

Year: 2011 

119 Think Tank XII Causality Between Inbound Tourism and Economic Growth:... file 5773 Nov 06, 2013

This paper examines the existing studies of the relationship between inbound tourism and economic growth. After a brief discussion of general economic growth theory and the reasons why a positive causal relationship may exist between export ...

Author: Mondher Sahli & Simon Carey 

Year: 2012 

118 Think Tank IX Valuing Open Innovation Environments in Tourism Educat... file 5770 Oct 13, 2013

The world has changed tremendously since the publication of Our Common Future by the World Commission for Environment and Development (1987), which elevated the concept of sustainable development from grassroots initiatives to the forefront...

Author: Janne Liburd & Anne-Mette Hjalager 

Year: 2009 

117 Think Tank XIV Can "Slow Travel" Contribute to Sustainable Tourism? file 5758 Jun 27, 2014

Slow travel as a research field has increased in popularity in the last decade. The concept started to gain attention through online communities, and tourism researchers have become interested in the possible benefits that slow travel may ha...

Author: Tina Roenhovde Tiller 

Year: 2014 

116 Think Tank VI Corporate Social Responsibility and Marine Tourism Org... file 5681 Oct 13, 2013

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become an important issue for some governments but the tourism industry appears to be slow in adopting CSR strategies. By focusing on CSR, we argue that the implementation of CSR audits could help t...

Author: Ya-Ting Huang, David Botterill & Eleri Jones 

Year: 2006 

» Think Tank XII Encouraging Environmentally Friendly Transport Mode Ch... file 5663 Nov 06, 2013

The travel between home and destination is a key element of any holiday and has received increasing attention by tourism scholars as its environmental and particularly its climatic impacts have become widely recognized (Gössling 2002; Metz, ...

Author: Astrid Dickinger & Anja Hergesell 

Year: 2012 

114 Think Tank XII Opportunities and Obstacles for Sustainable Tourism Mo... file 5663 Nov 06, 2013

Cross border destination management is characterized by some extra challenges: national, district or county interests, different administrative structures, a high impact of politics and policies, inequality of tourism infrastructures, power ...

Author: Tatjana Thimm 

Year: 2012 

113 Think Tank XIV The Bukit Jalil Legacy: Local Residents' Perceptions o... file 5642 Jun 26, 2014

This paper explores local population’s perceptions of the development of the Bukit Jalil area after the 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games. The work on which this study is based is important because it provides a fundamental insight for th...

Author: Rui Qi Chong & Paolo Mura 

Year: 2014 

112 Think Tank VII Practical Interpretations of a Dynamic Model of Sustai... file 5609 Oct 13, 2013

"Operational definitions of tourism sustainability require details regarding what is to be sustained, for whom it is to be sustained, and the level at which it is to be sustained." This is the introductory sentence to "A Dynamic Model of Sus...

Author: Timothy Tyrrell & Robert Johnston 

Year: 2007 

111 Think Tank XI Learning Network Sustainable Tourism (LNST) for Touris... file 5556 Oct 14, 2013

Since 2002 the Flemish Tourism Board, the executive agency of the Flemish Ministry of Tourism, has implemented different actions to introduce the principles of sustainable tourism into tourism education in Flanders. The general objective is...

Author: Griet Geudens & Manuel Minne 

Year: 2011 

110 OPA award The Managing Local Tourism Master Class: Communicating... file 5554 Oct 14, 2013

The aim of this paper is to describe an action-based research project entitled the Management Local Tourism Master Class (MLTMC) and to discuss the merits of this extension tool in building sustainable tourism management practices across loc...

Author: Dianne Dredge, Emma-Jane Ford & Michelle Whitford 

Year: 2010 

OPA: 2010 Outstanding Paper Award Winner 

109 Think Tank X Implementation of the DIT-ACHIEV Model for Sustainable... file 5436 Oct 14, 2013

The DIT-ACHIEV Model is a model of sustainable tourism indicators developed in a previous research project undertaken by the School of Hospitality Management and Tourism, Dublin Institute of Technology. The indicators represent six fields o...

Author: Maeve Morrissey, Kevin Griffin & Sheila Flanagan 

Year: 2010 

108 Think Tank VIII Resident Support for Sustainable Tourism Policies in T... file 5423 Oct 13, 2013

During the last two decades, there has been increased focus on topics related to various aspects of sustainable tourism. Believing that sustainable tourism can be a serious alternative that can remedy some of the negative impacts associated ...

Author: Ercan Sirakaya-Turk, Muzzo S. Uysal & Turgut Var 

Year: 2008 

107 Think Tank XII Intersecting Mobilities: Tourists with Vision Impairme... file 5414 Nov 06, 2013

While there has been a developing interest in mobilities amongst tourism scholars, the notion of immobilities has often been ignored. Yet, there are many people who do not participate in tourism or, if they do, only experience partial mobili...

Author: Jennifer Small 

Year: 2012 

106 Think Tank VI Corporate Social Responsibility and Travel & Tourism B... file 5406 Oct 13, 2013

This paper discusses some economic, social, and environmental “hard issues” for the travel and tourism (T&T) industry with the aim of shedding some light on little discussed aspects of industry corporate social responsibility (CSR) with ...

Author: David Stipanuk 

Year: 2006 

105 Think Tank IV It's Mostly About Me: Reasons why Volunteers contribut... file 5373 Oct 13, 2013

This paper contributes to the debate by reporting on inital findings from a wider study of volunteers in museums and art museums that was designed to empirically explore volunteer motivation, expectations, values and commitment. The aim of t...

Author: Deborah Edwards 

Year: 2004 

104 Think Tank X Sustainability: What Matters to Students, Educators, a... file 5347 Oct 14, 2013

As climate change gains global attention from events like the summit in Copenhagen held during December of 2009, the need for sustainable tourism is more important than ever; with comprehensive education in sustainability concepts and practi...

Author: Cynthia S. Deale & Nelson Barber 

Year: 2010 

103 Think Tank XI Environmental Attitudes of Generation Y Students: Foun... file 5344 Oct 14, 2013

Sustainability has long been a theme in the tourism research and planning literature and is a growing concern in the wider area of business and corporate management. Consequent to these trends in practice and research there has been a growt...

Author: Pierre Benckendorff, Gianna Moscardo & Laurie Murphy 

Year: 2011 

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