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74 Think Tank XVI Tourists’ attitude towards and willingness to pay for ... file 996 Jul 02, 2016

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Author: Isabel Lissner & Marius Mayer 

Year: 2016 

73 Think Tank XVI The impact of CSR activities of family businesses on c... file 986 Jul 02, 2016

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Author: Zehrer Anita 

Year: 2016 

72 Think Tank XV A novel review approach on adventure tourism scholarship file 965 Jul 24, 2015

As a niche market, adventure tourism has been developing rapidly in many regions and territories, evidenced by increasing number of participants and intensive growth of adventure tourism products (Adventure Travel Trade Association, 2013; T...

Author: Mingming Chen, Deborah Edward, Simon Darcy 

Year: 2015 

71 Think Tank XVIII Defining Small Accommodation Establishments: employing... file 948 Jan 07, 2019

Key words: small accommodation, sustainable tourism, business models

Author: Niki Glen & Kevin Mearns 

Year: 2018 

70 Think Tank XV Why Africans do not visit their national parks: A case... file 927 Jul 27, 2015

Present-day Western approaches relating to nature and natural resources management assume that humans are independent from the natural world (Pierotti & Wildcat, 2000). Protected areas such as Yellowstone National Park were created with ...

Author: Lesego S. Stone & Gyan P. Nyaupane 

Year: 2015 

69 Think Tank XIX Changes in volunteerism perception: Results from an In... file 902 Oct 23, 2019

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Author: Rachelle Wilson, Pavlina Latkova, Aiko Yoshino and Emilyn Sheffield 

Year: 2019 

68 Think Tank XVI The role of sustainability communication in the attitu... file 891 Jul 02, 2016

The extensive growth of the tourism sector entails both beneficial economic contribution and negative environmental and socio-economic impacts. In order to protect the resources tourism is based upon, greater levels of sustainability are ne...

Author: Christina Tölkes 

Year: 2016 

67 Think Tank XIX Multi-stakeholder collaboration for transformative tou... file 890 Oct 23, 2019

Key words: sustainable tourism education, transformative education, collaborative learning, multi-stakeholder collaboration Page: 119-124 Multi-stakeholder collaboration for transformative tourism education.pdf

Author: Dagmar Lund-Durlacher, Ulrich Gunter and Gordon Sillence 

Year: 2019 

66 Think Tank XVI New approach on creating shared value in corporate soc... file 872 Jul 02, 2016

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) to manage environmental, social and economic impacts has been widely researched in tourism. However, there is criticism of the lack of non-western, local perspectives in tourism planning and management,...

Author: Gabrielle McGinnis & Tamara Young & Mark Harvey 

Year: 2016 

65 Think Tank XVI Third sector organisations and stakeholders in tourism... file 853 Jul 02, 2016

This paper identifies and explains roles, functions and structures in visitor management of protected areas in nature-based tourism in New Zealand. Establishing the benefits and disadvantages arising from the implementation of any particula...

Author: Julia N. Albrecht 

Year: 2016 

64 Think Tank XVII Enclave tourism: a friend or a foe for small island de... file 844 Aug 17, 2017

Earlier studies have stimulated much debate regarding enclave tourism development in developing countries (Britton 1982). However, it is increasingly being acknowledged that despite criticisms, all forms of tourism have the potential to cont...

Author: Perunjodi Naidoo 

Year: 2017 

63 Think Tank XVI Responsible High Performance Sport Travel – Opportunit... file 826 Jul 02, 2016

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Author: Kerstin Heuwinkel 

Year: 2016 

62 Think Tank XIX Towards an Alternative Ecotourism Model for the Medite... file 818 Oct 23, 2019

Key words: Protected Areas, ecotourism, sustainable tourism, Mediterranean, Ecological Footprint Page: 194-198 Towards an Alternative Ecotourism Model for the Mediterranean Region.pdf Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style D...

Author: Jeremy Sampson, Natalie Beckett and Carla Danelutti 

Year: 2019 

61 Think Tank XVIII Certification as a tool to identify sustainable touris... file 779 Jan 07, 2019

Key words: Sustainable Tourism Products, Sustainable tourism certification schemes, Certification

Author: Martin Balas & Wolfgang Strasdas 

Year: 2018 

60 Think Tank XIX Sustainability cues for the post-booking phase of a to... file 765 Oct 23, 2019

Key words: sustainable tourist experience, cueing, cognitive dissonance, availability heuristic, representativeness heuristic Page: 199-207 Sustainability cues for the post-booking phase of a tourist experience.pdf Normal 0 false false false...

Author: Kristof Tomej 

Year: 2019 

59 Think Tank XV Rural renewal or requiem? Establishing new creative ve... file 764 Jul 27, 2015

During the past decades, concern for rural poverty and underdevelopment of the rural communities of Namibia has been central to government development efforts. This has further given rise to several rural development programmes. While, some ...

Author: Erling Kavita 

Year: 2015 

58 Think Tank XVIII Resilience thinking used as a sustainable tourism mark... file 760 Jan 07, 2019

Key words: protected areas, resilience thinking, sustainability, marketing, tool

Author: Claire Louisa Fordred & Kevin Mearns 

Year: 2018 

57 Think Tank XIX Nature-based tourism among ‘bad-nature’: Creating sust... file 746 Oct 23, 2019

Key words: nature based tourism, sustainable tourism, invasive species, pollution, environmental degradation, New Zealand Page: 115-118 Nature-based tourism Among Bad Tourism.pdf Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Defini...

Author: Brent Lovelock, Anna Carr and Stuart Hayes 

Year: 2019 

56 Think Tank XVI CSR in Medical Toursim – new markets, new responsibili... file 744 Jul 02, 2016

Governments, hospitals, clinics and facilitators go about their business of marketing health tourism to international patients and their relatives. While they focus on making money researchers should ask questions about changes raised by th...

Author: Kerstin Heuwinkel 

Year: 2016 

55 Think Tank XVI Decolonising tourism education through Indigenisation:... file 737 Jul 02, 2016

Businesses committed to corporate social responsibility (CSR) are guided by policy that focuses on the integration of social and environmental concerns in all aspects of business strategy and practice (Lund-Durlacher, 2015). This paper cons...

Author: Tamara Young & Amy Maguire 

Year: 2016 

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