• Publications
  • Influence
Could Immigrants Care Less about the Environment? A Comparison of the Environmental Values of Immigrant and Native-Born New Zealanders
The potential negative environmental impact of immigration has been raised in a number of receiving countries. In New Zealand there has been a debate questioning whether or not immigrants share theExpand
In search of belonging: immigrant experiences of outdoor nature-based settings in New Zealand
Outdoor nature-based recreation practices provide a window on human/non-human relationships in New Zealand society and for some new immigrants these relationships metaphorically parallel theirExpand
Community participation framework for protected area-based tourism planning
ABSTRACT Protected area-based tourism is being used both as a local development and conservation tool in many countries. It has been argued that the benefits local communities receive from protectedExpand
Planes, trains and wheelchairs in the bush: Attitudes of people with mobility-disabilities to enhanced motorised access in remote natural settings
Managers of remote and wilderness environments have been among the last to accommodate the needs of tourists with mobility-disabilities – partly because of the physical difficulties and expense ofExpand
The Ethics of Tourism: Critical and Applied Perspectives
1. Introduction 2. Ethical Concepts and Principles 3. Mobility, Borders and Security 4. Human Rights 5. Medical Tourism 6. Sex Tourism 7. Tourism and Indigenous Peoples 8. Tourism and Disability 9.Expand
New Zealand Travel Agent Practice in the Provision of Advice for Travel to Risky Destinations
Summary Travel agents are one of the most important influencing factors in the travel decision-making process. In terms of safety, there is a growing expectation that travel agents should, as do tourExpand
Disability and going green: a comparison of the environmental values and behaviours of persons with and without disability
Some studies have suggested that socially excluded groups exhibit different environmental values and behaviours from mainstream society. To consider this in the context of disability, a survey wasExpand
Constraints of community participation in protected area-based tourism planning: the case of Malawi
ABSTRACT An approach to tourism development that emphasises the need for community participation in tourism planning is advocated as a pathway to sustainable tourism and poverty alleviation. However,Expand
Motivations and barriers for corporate social responsibility engagement: Evidence from the Tanzanian tourism industry
This study explores the institutional forces behind the uptake of corporate social responsibility in the Tanzanian tourism industry. Semi-structured interviews were undertaken with 40 managers ofExpand