Jeremy Buultjens

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This paper examines the views of travel consumers that search for information online in relation to the specific benefits and concerns identified with user-generated content (UGC). Real contrasts in relation to views about UGC content were identified in the literature. For instance, UGC is perceived as being ‘credible’ or ‘not credible’ as an information(More)
content creators: Some social and legal implications Abstract Consumers are increasingly turning to the online environment to provide information to assist them in making purchase decisions related to travel products. They often rely on travel recommendations from different sources, such as sellers, independent experts and, increasingly, other consumers. A(More)
Distance from markets and from the mental maps of urban-centric policy-makers means that small, remote settlements do generate economic practices locally. This paper draws on two case studies to argue that remote sustainability requires an emphasis on the local economy (the settlement and multi-settlement region), and that longterm strategies held at the(More)
In recognition that they largely control the context in which legalised gambling is operated, state governments in Australia have taken an increasingly active role in encouraging the gambling industry to implement responsible gambling practices. In the state of Queensland, the government introduced the voluntary Queensland Responsible Gambling Code of(More)
Mobile ad-hoc networking (MANET) facilitates wireless devices to communicate with each other directly or via multiple hops without utilising existing infrastructure. Due to mobility of the nodes, possible sparse population, limited transmission power, and node failure, ad hoc networks are prone to performance degradation. To address the potential(More)
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