Article Tag: New Zealand

‘PULL’ MOTIVATION: AN ACTIVITY-BASED TYPOLOGY OF INTERNATIONAL VISITORS TO NEW ZEALAND

Using the push and pull framework, this study examines the relationship between tourist activities in New Zealand and behaviours such as tourist spending, travel style (group vs. independent travel) and […]

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Journal article

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Taylor and Francis: 2019

Authors

Prayag , Girish (Author); Bruwer , Johanr (Author); Fieger, Peter (Author)

User-pricing is gaining increasing popularity amongst local government decision-makers, for it is a technique that aids in rationalising the use of leisure services, focusing on who benefits from such use. […]

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Discussion paper

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Local Government and Technical Services Unit, Hillary Commission for Sport, Fitness and Leisure : 1994

Using New Zealand as a case study, this paper turns a historical gaze to the development of second home practices, arguing that it is not possible to fully understand changes […]

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Journal article

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Taylor and Francis online: 2019

Authors

Walters, Trudie (Author)

Education programme based on major ecological and social science concepts designed to provide students a chance to participate in experiential activities to become involved with and learn to care for […]

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Manual

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Auckland Regional Council: 1998

Since 2011, Research Connections has been published as a joint initiative between Parks & Leisure Australia (PLA), New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA), and ANZALS (Australia and New Zealand Association for […]

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Journal article

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Parks & Leisure Australia: 2022