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The production of tourism space: A case study of the space-place dialectics in contemporary tourism promotion
(Lincoln University, 2003)
Place identities have become contested subjects in contemporary tourism place promotion. The growing importance of difference and uniqueness in an increasingly competitive global tourism environment has made it more pressing ...
Dosalsal, the floating ones : exploring the socio-cultural impacts of cruise ship tourism on Port Vila, Vanuatu residents, and their coping strategies
(Lincoln University, 2007)
The purpose of this study was to explore the socio-cultural impacts of cruise ship tourism on Port Vila residents and their coping strategies. The study was conducted in Port Vila over the months of June and July 2006. It ...
Cruise ship tourism in Akaroa: a social carrying capacity perspective
(Lincoln University, 2009-03)
This project is being undertaken to assess the impact of cruise ship visits on Akaroa Township through a Tourism Carrying Capacity (TCC) Study, with particular reference to assessing the social carrying capacity of the ...
The socio-economic consequences of tourism in Levuka, Fiji
(Lincoln University, 2000)
This thesis examines the proposition that the local population at a tourist destination copy the economic behaviour of tourists and learn to give economic value to the same objects and activities that are demonstrated by ...
The phenomenon of risk and its management in natural resource recreation and tourism settings : a case study of Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers, Westland National Park, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2001)
The significance of risk is growing in many Western societies, a phenomenon linked to increasing individualism, personal choice, and outcome uncertainty in multiple spheres of life. Despite being healthier and more physically ...
Managing recreation and tourism in New Zealand mountains
(International Mountain Society and United Nations University, 2001-11)
New Zealand is a very mountainous country with sparsely populated mountain lands. While large tracts are held in private ownership used in pastoral production, the majority is state owned. New Zealand's protected natural ...