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Author : Gayle Jennings
School/Work Place : Griffith University, Australia
Contact : g.jennings@griffith.edu.au
Year : 2010

This paper narrates processes associated with the development of microtourism enterprises as one part of a broader organically determined sustainable development agenda in a north eastern coastal village in Bali. The paper’s narrative is constructed from a grounded theory interpretation of various “lived experiences” (van Manen, 1990) of two Australians, and their related “autoethnographies” (Schwandt, 2001; Cloke, Crang & Goodwin, 1999; Pratt, 1992), who over time have shifted from being tourists to residents in the village. Hence forth, they will be referred to as the lived experience-ers/authethnographers.


List of Articles
No. Subject Viewssort Date
4 Think Tank XVIII SMTE’s use of SoMe and Sustainability file 525 Jan 07, 2019

Key words: SoMe, Small medium sized tourism enterprises (SMTE’s), Sustainability, Tourism.

Author: Ida Marie Visbech Andersen 

Year: 2018 

» Think Tank X Knowledge Economies, Knowledge Making, Complexity Theo... file 1658 Oct 13, 2013

This paper narrates processes associated with the development of microtourism enterprises as one part of a broader organically determined sustainable development agenda in a north eastern coastal village in Bali. The paper’s narrative is co...

Author: Gayle Jennings 

Year: 2010 

2 Think Tank VI How Sophisticated is the level of E-Commerce Adoption ... file 1988 Oct 13, 2013

The research aims to develop a conceptual model of e-commerce adoption in tourism enterprises. The paper begins with a literature review identifying the opportunities and competitive advantage for tourism enterprises associated with E-commer...

Author: Nina Mistilis & John D’Ambra 

Year: 2006 

1 Think Tank VII Destination and Enterprise Management for a Tourism Fu... file 5837 Oct 13, 2013

A key element of a successful tourism industry is the ability to recognize and deal with change across a wide range of key factors and the way they interact. Key drivers of global change can be classified as Economic, Social, Political, Tec...

Author: Larry Dwyer, Deborah Edwards, Nina Mistilis, & Carolina Roman 

Year: 2007 

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