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The Culture of the wild: an exploration of the meanings and values associated with wilderness recreation in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2009)
In the latter half of the 20th Century, New Zealand’s wilderness resource developed iconic status at the national and international scales, and now represents highly significant social, cultural, political, ecological and ...
Tourism and recreation in New Zealand’s natural environment: a bibliography and research synthesis
The bibliography provides a comprehensive catalogue of publications relevant to commercial and non-commercial recreation and tourism activities which are dependent upon the countryside, protected areas, the coast and ...
Making a connection: tasting rooms and brand loyalty
There is growing research on the value of winery tasting rooms/cellar doors as an avenue for relationship building with consumers resulting in greater brand loyalty. This paper aims to examine the role of tasting rooms in ...
Terminal decisions : a case study of community responses to tourism development in Picton, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2001)
There is a growing awareness and acceptance of the need for a strong community role in the planning of tourism (Pearce, Moscardo, and Ross, 1996), and a belief that local communities can have an impact on tourism development ...
Commodification and adventure in New Zealand tourism
(Channel View Publications, 2002)
This paper discusses the ways in which the commodification of adventure in tourism has increasingly become implicated in the production and consumption of tourist places. It examines the notion of adventure in tourism and ...
The carbon footprint of domestic tourism
This report provides an analysis of domestic tourism in New Zealand, its carbon footprint and the potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The analysis is based on the DTS (Domestic Tourism Study) data provided by ...