Article Tag: motivations

INDIGENOUS TOURISM IN AUSTRALIA: UNDERSTANDING THE LINK BETWEEN CULTURAL HERITAGE AND INTENTION TO PARTICIPATE USING THE MEANS-END CHAIN THEORY

Tourism is often suggested as a development strategy for Indigenous people while protecting their cultural and natural heritage. However, without actual visitor participation, the good intentions of tourism cannot be […]

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Journal article

Source

Taylor and Francis: 2019

Authors

Ab, Trinidad Espinosa (Author)

Tourism is often suggested as a development strategy for Indigenous people while protecting their cultural and natural heritage. However, without actual visitor participation, the good intentions of tourism cannot be […]

Format

Journal article

Source

Taylor and Francis: 2019

Authors

Ab, Trinidad Espinosa (Author)

In 1997, 2001 and 2007, residents of South East Queensland (SEQ), Australia were surveyed about their participation in 12 outdoor recreation activities. The results of each of these surveys were […]

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Report

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Queensland Department of Local Government, Sport and Recreation: 2007

Authors

Bartlett, David (Editor); Kiewa, Jackie (Editor); Hales, Robert (Author)

The 2001 South East Queensland Outdoor Recreation Demand Study investigated the nature and extent of participation in outdoor recreation activities by the residents of South East Queensland. This study is […]

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Report

Source

Queensland Outdoor Recreation Federation: 2001

Authors

Kiewa, Jackie (Author); Hibbins, Ray (Author); Brown, Terry (Author)

The 2007 South East Queensland Outdoor Recreation Demand Study (SEQORDS) investigated the nature and extent of participation in outdoor recreation activities by the residents of South East Queensland (SEQ). This […]

Format

Report

Source

Queensland Government: 2007

Authors

Kiewa, Jackie (Author); Hales, Robert (Author)