Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Collaborative destination marketing at the local level: benefits bundling and the changing role of the local tourism association. Current Issues in Tourism 20(7), 668-690.
  2. & Corporate conflict management on social media brand fan pages. Journal of Marketing Management 33(9-10), 679-698.
  3. & Making sense of tourists' photographs using canonical variate analysis. Tourism Management 61, 173-179.
  4. & Stakeholder priorities for multi-functional coastal defence developments and steps to effective implementation. Marine Policy 75, 143-155.
  5. & Assessing tourists' cognitive, emotional and behavioural reactions to an unethical destination incident. Tourism Management 54, 209-220.
  6. & A CATREG model of destination choice for a mature Island destination. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management
  7. & A Review of Participant-Generated Image Methods in the Social Sciences. Journal of Mixed Methods Research 10(4), 335-351.
  8. & Using volunteer-employed photography to inform tourism planning decisions: A study of St David's Peninsula, Wales. Tourism Management 44, 126-139.
  9. & Managing revenue in Scottish visitor attractions. Current Issues in Tourism 16(3), 240-265.
  10. Applying the Delphi method in an ecotourism context: a response to Deng et al.’s ‘Development of a point evaluation system for ecotourism destinations: a Delphi method’. Journal of Ecotourism 11(3), 219-223.
  11. & Destination collaboration: A critical review of theoretical approaches to a multi-dimensional phenomenon. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 1(1-2), 10-26.
  12. & Destination Image Consistency and Dissonance: A Content Analysis of Goa's Destination Image in Brochures and Guidebooks. Tourism Analysis 17(2), 167-180.
  13. & Editorial. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 1(1-2), 1-3.
  14. & Engaging residents as stakeholders of the visitor attraction. Tourism Management 33(5), 1159-1173.
  15. & Food management in tourism: Reducing tourism’s carbon ‘foodprint’. Tourism Management 32(3), 534-543.
  16. Understanding the Relationship between Tourism Destination Imagery and Tourist Photography. Journal of Travel Research 47(3), 346-358.
  17. Exploring place perception a photo-based analysis. Annals of Tourism Research 35(2), 381-401.
  18. A Snapshot into the Past: The Utility of Volunteer-Employed Photography in Planning and Managing Heritage Tourism. Journal of Heritage Tourism 2(1), 14-35.
  19. & Managing Visitor Impacts at Visitor Attractions: An International Assessment. Current Issues in Tourism 9(2), 125-151.
  20. & Re-conceptualising rural resources as countryside capital: The case of rural tourism. Journal of Rural Studies 22(1), 117-128.
  21. & AN ANALYSIS OF WHALEWATCHING CODES OF CONDUCT. Annals of Tourism Research 31(2), 334-352.
  22. & Nature on the Edge? Marine Ecotourism in Peripheral Coastal Areas. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 12(2), 95-120.
  23. & Heritage Visitor Attractions: managing revenue in the new millennium. International Journal of Heritage Studies 8(3), 247-265.
  24. Monetary valuation as a tool for planning and managing ecotourism. International Journal of Sustainable Development 5(3), 353
  25. & Scottish visitor attractions: managing visitor impacts. Tourism Management 23(3), 265-279.
  26. & Managing heritage tourism. Annals of Tourism Research 27(3), 682-708.
  27. & Beyond the rhetoric of sustainable tourism?. Tourism Management 19(3), 199-212.
  28. & Heritage tourism: at what price?. Managing Leisure 3(4), 213-228.
  29. & Environmental management and business strategy: Towards a new strategic paradigm. Futures 28(1), 37-50.
  30. & Integrating environmental issues into business strategy: the experience of Sweden. Greener Management International 16
  31. & The economics of marine pollution control. Marine Pollution Bulletin 30(6), 365-371.
  32. & Overcapitalization and structural adjustment. Marine Policy 15(4), 289-296.
  33. & Computer spreadsheets and the appraisal of fisheries development projects: introductory exercises for education and training. Project Appraisal 6(3), 159-168.
  34. Policy note. Marine Policy 14(1), 86-88.

Books

  1. & Managing Visitor Attractions: New Directions.
  2. & Preface.
  3. Market segments and tourist typologies for diving tourism.
  4. & Destination marketing: A framework for future research.