Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Conceptualising On-Screen Tourism Destination Development. Tourist Studies
  2. & Tourism and autism: Journeys of mixed emotions. Annals of Tourism Research 66, 14-25.
  3. & Humanising migrant women’s work. Annals of Tourism Research 64, 13-23.
  4. & Gender, Advertising and Ethics: Marketing Cuba. Tourism Planning & Development, 1-18.
  5. & Tourism’s lost leaders: Analysing gender and performance. Annals of Tourism Research 63, 34-47.
  6. & Modelling welsh cultural events. Tourism Management Perspectives 19, 80-89.
  7. & Travel philanthropy and sustainable development: the case of the Plymouth–Banjul Challenge. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 24(6), 824-845.
  8. & Social tourism and well-being in later life. Annals of Tourism Research 52, 1-15.
  9. & Tourism gender research: A critical accounting. Annals of Tourism Research 52, 87-103.
  10. Exploring dress, identity and performance in contemporary dance music culture. Leisure Studies 34(5), 603-620.
  11. & Destination reputations and brands: Communication challenges. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 3(1), 1
  12. THE POTENTIAL OF ARTS-BASED TRANSFORMATIVE RESEARCH. Annals of Tourism Research 40, 283-305.
  13. Proposing paradigm peace: Mixed methods in feminist tourism research. Tourist Studies 12(3), 287-304.
  14. Mobility, migration and hospitality employment: Voices of Central and Eastern European women. Hospitality & Society 2(2), 137-157.
  15. Tourism in a post-conflict situation of fragility. Annals of Tourism Research 39(3), 1446-1469.
  16. ‘Tourism poverty’ in affluent societies: Voices from inner-city London. Tourism Management 33(4), 951-960.
  17. & Developing a new DMO marketing evaluation framework. Journal of Vacation Marketing 18(1), 73-89.
  18. Time for ‘mindful’ destination management and marketing. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 1(1-2), 8-9.
  19. & Hopeful tourism. Annals of Tourism Research 38(3), 941-963.
  20. & Tourism and ageing. Annals of Tourism Research 38(2), 422-436.
  21. & Visiting the trenches: Exploring meanings and motivations in battlefield tourism. Tourism Management 32
  22. & (Re)Envisioning tourism and visual impairment. Annals of Tourism Research 37(4), 1097-1116.
  23. & Constructing tourism research. Annals of Tourism Research 37(4), 885-904.
  24. & Going the distance: locating journey, liminality and rites of passage in dance music experiences. Leisure Studies 29(3), 253-268.
  25. & Visiting the trenches: Exploring meanings and motivations in battlefield tourism. Tourism Management 32(4), 860-868.
  26. & Moving Milan towards Expo 2015: designing culture into a city brand. Journal of Place Management and Development 2(1), 8-22.
  27. & Hotel Babylon? Exploring hotels as liminal sites of transition and transgression. Tourism Management 27(5), 762-772.
  28. & Promoting Niche Tourism Destination Brands. Journal of Promotion Management 12(1), 17-33.
  29. & Situation, participation and reflexivity in tourism research: Furthering interpretive approaches to tourism enquiry. Tourism Recreation Research 31
  30. & Understanding older women's leisure: The value of biographical research methods. Tourism 54
  31. & On souvenirs and metonymy: Narratives of memory, metaphor and materiality. Tourist Studies 5(1), 29-53.
  32. & Security and social 'sorting': Traversing the surveillance-tourism dialectic. Tourist Studies 5(2), 115-132.
  33. & Special issue introduction. Tourist Studies 5(3), 203-205.
  34. & Tourism, performance and postmodernism. Tourism 53
  35. & 'On location': Re(viewing) bodies of fashion and places of desire. Tourist Studies 5(3), 283-302.
  36. & Marketing Nepal in an uncertain climate: Confronting perceptions of risk and insecurity. Journal of Vacation Marketing 10(2), 186-192.
  37. & Destination branding and the role of the stakeholders: The case of New Zealand. Journal of Vacation Marketing 9(3), 285-299.
  38. & Marketing to the Welsh diaspora: The appeal to hiraeth and homecoming. Journal of Vacation Marketing 9(1), 69-80.
  39. & Mythic Geographies of Representation and Identity: Contemporary Postcards of Wales. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 1(2), 111-130.
  40. & Consumers, travel and technology: A bright future for the Web or television shopping?. Journal of Vacation Marketing 7(2), 110-124.
  41. & Constructing tourism landscapes - gender, sexuality and space. Tourism Geographies 2(2), 115-139.
  42. & Gender-blind marketing: businesswomen's perceptions of airline services. Tourism Management 21(4), 353-362.
  43. & Privileging the male gaze. Annals of Tourism Research 27(4), 884-905.
  44. & Sexuality and holiday choices: Conversion with gay and lesbian tourists. Leisure Studies 19
  45. & Branding the package holiday—The role and significance of brands for UK air tour operators. Journal of Vacation Marketing 5(3), 238-252.
  46. & Editorial. Journal of Vacation Marketing 5(3), 213-214.
  47. & 'Mood marketing' — The new destination branding strategy: A case study of 'Wales' The Brand. Journal of Vacation Marketing 4(3), 215-229.
  48. & Reaching out to the gay tourist: opportunities and threats in an emerging market segment. Tourism Management 19(3), 273-282.
  49. & Reconstruing place image: A case study of its role in destination market research. Tourism Management 17
  50. & Marketing practice and opportunities in the tour operators' senior travel market: Beyond bowling and ballroom dancing. Journal of Vacation Marketing 3(2), 152-163.
  51. & Selling the Celtic Arc to the USA: a comparative analysis of the destination brochure images used in the marketing of Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Journal of Vacation Marketing 2(4), 346-365.
  52. & Sex still sells to Generation X: Promotional practice and the youth package holiday market. Journal of Vacation Marketing 3(1), 68-80.
  53. & Evaluating vacation destination brochure images: the case of local authorities in Wales. Journal of Vacation Marketing 2(1), 23-38.

Books

  1. & Tourism, Diasporas and Space.
  2. & Hopeful tourism: A transformational perspective.
  3. & Conclusion: Tourism, inequalities and prospects.
  4. & Introduction: Tourism and inequalities.
  5. & Place- making or place branding? Case studies of catalonia and wales.
  6. & Tourism and inequality: Problems and prospects.
  7. & Tourism and visual impairment.
  8. A Companion to Tourism.
  9. & Editors' introduction: Tourism, gender, embodiment and experience.
  10. & Encountering scopophilia, sensuality and desire: Engendering Tahiti.
  11. & In search of lesbian space? The experience of Manchester's Gay Village.
  12. & Processes of becoming: Academic journeys, moments and reflections.
  13. & Tourism and gender embodiment, sensuality and experience.
  14. & Narratives of sexuality, identity and relationships in leisure and tourism places.
  15. & Representations of ‘ethnographic knowledge’: Early comic postcards of Wales.