Hypothesis and options are used in the description of beliefs.

The case study evolved reveals that the hypothesis of organisational change to adopt participatory approach to ensure bureaucracy’s survival is not applicable in GSDA case.

This is just a brief example of scientific method.

As an example, I will discuss the issues of research proposal seeking to understand how gentrification is being driven in global Latin American cities.

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Social Worlds as a Framework for Event and Travel Careers
Donald Getz and Ian Patterson

Tourism Destination Competitiveness: Internal and External Comparisons of Malta and Cyprus
Ernest Azzopardi and Robert Nash

Innovation and Collaboration: The Role of the National Government in Norway
Xiang Ying Mei, Charles Arcodia, and Lisa Ruhanen

Sex Tourism in Kenya: An Analytical Review
Kempe Ronald Hope, Sr.

The Mediating Role of Sensation Seeking on the Relationship Between Risk Perceptions and Travel Behavior
Mona Sharifpour, Gabrielle Walters, and Brent W. Ritchie

Mapping Spatial Tourism and Hospitality Employment Clusters: An Application of Spatial Autocorrelation
A. Chhetri, C. Arrowsmith, P. Chhetri, and J. Corcoran

Political Violence and Volatility in International Tourist Arrivals: The Case of Sri Lanka
Sriyantha Fernando, Jayatilleke S. Bandara, Susantha Liyanaarachch, Ruwan Jayathilaka, and Christine Smith

Do Political Instability, Terrorism, and Corruption Have Deterring Effects on Tourism Development Even in the Presence of UNESCO Heritage? A Cross-Country Panel Estimate
Ghialy Yap and Shrabani Saha


Predictive Validity of SUSTAS
Ercan Sirakaya-Turk and Dogan Gursoy

Flower Power? Activity Preferences of Residents and Tourists to an Australian Flower Festival
Aaron Tkaczynski



Urban Tourism and Urban Change: Cities in a Global Economy (Costas Spirou)
Bernard M. Kitheka

Competitiveness and Tourism. Volumes I And II (Geoffrey I. Crouch and J. R. Brent Ritchie, editors)
Crispin Dale

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Volume 21, Number 1

The Augmented Convention Offering: The Impact of Destination and Product Images on Attendees’ Perceived Benefits 1
Makarand Mody, Susan Gordon, Xinran Lehto, Siu-Ian (Amy) So, and Mimi Li

Destination Attributes and Overall Destination Satisfaction in Zimbabwe 17
Getrude Kwanisai and Sebastian Vengesayi

Competition in Tourism Arrivals: A Multidimensional Index of Geographical Structural Similarity 29
Nuno Crespo, Nádia Nogueira Simões, and Jose Maria Duarte

Mobilities for Tourism Studies and “Beyond”: A Polemic 47
Adam Doering and Tara Duncan

The Quagmire of Stakeholder Engagement in Tourism Planning: A Case Example From Australia 61
Christof Pforr and Martin Brueckner

A Wine Tourist Behavior Model for Australian Winery Cellar Doors 77
Xiaoyu Chen, Johan Bruwer, Justin Cohen, and Steve Goodman

Competitive Determinance–Performance Analysis: An Illustration on Turkish Winter Tourism Destinations 93
Emre Erbas


Using Thematic Analysis in Tourism Research 107
Trudie Walters

The Stagnation of Summer Glacier Skiing 117
Martin Falk



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Guest Editors: Warwick Frost, Jennifer Laing, and Keir Reeves

Tourism and the Heritage of Diasporas
Warwick Frost, Jennifer Laing, and Keir Reeves

Diasporic Identity, Heritage, and “Homecoming”: How Sarawakian-Chinese Tourists Feel on Tour in Beijing
Caroline Tie and Tony Seaton

Roots Tourism: Blackbirding and the South Sea Islander Diaspora
Joseph Cheer and Keir Reeves

The Diaspora Market and Homeland Representations: Implications for Niche Marketing
Deepak Chhabra

Return Travel, Assimilation, and Cultural Maintenance: An Example of Turkish-Americans in Arizona
Burcu Kaftanoglu and Dallen J. Timothy

Diaspora Tourism and Homeland Attachment: An Exploratory Analysis
Wei-Jue Huang, William J. Haller, and Gregory P. Ramshaw

Exploring the Conceptual Boundaries of Diaspora and Battlefield Tourism: Australians’ Travel to the Gallipoli Battlefield, Turkey, as a Case Study
Leonie Lockstone-Binney, John Hall, and Lutfi Atay

The Creation of Closeness: Identity Tourists in Who Do You Think You Are?
Elspeth Frew and Leanne White

Food, Wine . . . Heritage, Identity? Two Case Studies of Italian Diaspora Festivals in Regional Victoria
Jennifer Laing and Warwick Frost


Enjoying Aeronautic Sports: A Strategic Plan for Hot Air Ballooning Development in Taiwan
Chiung-Tzu Lucetta Tsai



The Risky Business of Understanding: Philosophical Hermeneutics and the Knowing Subject in Worldmaking
Kellee Caton

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