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TOURISM REVIEW INTERNATIONAL
An Interdisciplinary Journal

TABLES OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 11

VOLUME 11, NUMBER 4

Obstacles to Ethical Travel: Attitudes and Behaviors of New Zealand Travel Agents With Respect to "Politically Repressed" Destinations
Brent Lovelock

An Evaluation of the Implementation of a Responsible Gambling Code of Practice at the Gold Coast, Queensland
Helen Breen and Nerilee Hing

Community-Defined Cultural and Ecological Tourism Framework: Potential Applications in Romania's Orastie Zone
Vinod Sasidharan and Marilyn E. Hall

Motives, Rural Images, and Tourism Brokering Roles of Rural Accommodation Entrepreneurs in South Western Ontario, Canada
Barbara A. Carmichael and Kelley A. McClinchey

Travel Motivations and Satisfaction: A Case of National Cultural Festival-Goers in Korea
Kakyom Kim

BOOK REVIEWS

Tourism in the Middle East: Continuity, Change and Transformation (Rami Farouk Daher, editor)
Kevin Hannam

International Handbook on the Economics of Tourism (Larry Dwyer and Peter Forsyth, editors)
David Harrison

The Tourism Area Life Cycle: Vol. 1. Applications and Modifications (Richard W. Butler, editor)
The Tourism Area Life Cycle: Vol. 2. Conceptual and Theoretical Issues (Richard W. Butler, editor)
Michael Hitchcock

Learning the Arts of Linguistic Survival: Languaging, Tourism, Life (Alison Phipps)
Chaim Noy

Volume 11 Subject and Author Index


VOLUME 11, NUMBER 3

SPECIAL ISSUE: ZOOS, AQUARIA, AND TOURISM

Zoos, Aquaria, and Tourism: Extending the Research Agenda
Warwick Frost and Wesley S. Roehl

Managed to be Wild: Species Recovery, Island Restoration, and Nature-Based Tourism in New Zealand
Eric J. Shelton and Hazel Tucker

A Pathway to Minimal Impact Wildlife Viewing?
Michael Hughes and Jack Carlsen

Understanding Visitor Experiences in Captive, Controlled, and Noncaptive Wildlife-Based Tourism Settings
Gianna Moscardo

Do Visitors Attend to Conservation Messages? A Case Study of an Elephant Exhibit
Liam Smith and Sue Broad

Public Awareness, Education, and Marine Mammals in Captivity
Yixing Jiang, Michael Lück, and E. C. M. Parsons

Roles of the Modern Zoo: Conflicting or Complementary?
Peter Mason

Indigenous Wildlife Interpretation at Australian Zoos and Wildlife Parks
Heather Zeppel and Sue Muloin

Exposing the Tourist Value Proposition of Zoos and Aquaria
John Fraser, Sarah Gruber, and Kathleen Condon

The Demand for Zoos and Aquariums
Louis Cain and Dennis Meritt, Jr.

An Empirical Investigation of the Relationships Between Hygiene Factors, Motivators, Satisfaction, and Response Among Visitors to Zoos and Aquaria
Jan Møller Jensen

Put Me in the Zoo! A Laddering Study of Zoo Visitor Motives
David B. Klenosky and Carol D. Saunders
 


VOLUME 11, NUMBER 2

SPECIAL ISSUE: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

CONTENTS

Corporate Social Responsibility for Sustainable Tourism
Larry Dwyer and Pauline J. Sheldon

Stakeholder Involvement, Culture, and Accountability in the Blackstone Valley of New England, USA: A Work in Progress
Robert Billington, Veronica Cadoppi, and Natalie Carter

Corporate Social Responsibility Within the Hospitality Industry
Margaret Deery, Leo Jago, and Michael Stewart

A Case Study of Hilton Environmental Reporting as a Tool of Corporate Social Responsibility
Paulina Bohdanowicz

Corporate Social Responsibility at Tourism Destinations: Toward a Social License to Operate
Peter Williams, Alison Gill, and Ian Ponsford

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: CSR, Film, and Tourism. Two Cases of Filming in a Small Community
Sue Beeton

Corporate Responsibility as Essential to Sustainable Tourism Yield
Larry Dwyer, Leo Jago, Marg Deery, and Liz Fredline

Corporate Social Responsibility of Large Urban Museums: The Contribution of Volunteer Programs
Deborah Edwards

Ethical Issues in Collaboration in the Aviation Industry
Ravi Ravinder

BOOK REVIEWS

Tourism in Turbulent Times: Towards Safe Experiences for Visitors (Jeff Wilks, Donna Pendergast, and Peter Leggat, editors)
David Timothy Duval

Tourism: Change, Impacts and Opportunities (Geoffrey Wall and Alister Mathieson)
Colin Hunter



VOLUME 11, NUMBER 1

SPECIAL ISSUE: JAPANESE TOURISM-PART 2

CONTENTS

Editorial
Wesley S. Roehl

Introduction: Japanese Tourism Past and Present
Malcolm Cooper

Landscape as Theme Park: Demographic Change, Tourism, Urbanization, and the Fate of Communities in 21st Century Japan
Jerry Eades and Malcolm Cooper

Japanese Inns (Ryokan) in Atami (Japan) and the Shaping of Coming "Traditions"
Sylvie Guichard-Anguis

Japanese Working Holiday Makers in Australia: Subculture and Resistance
Arpad Maksay

Japanese Backpacking: The Emergence of a New Market Sector-A Queensland Case Study
Bruce Prideaux and Hideki Shiga

Applying Importance-Performance Analysis for Japanese Senior Travelers to Hawaii
Yuko Okata, Yuka Inui, Samuel V. Lankford, and Kathy Scholl

The Dialectics of Japanese Overseas Tourists: Transformation in Holiday Making
Noriko Takai-Tokunaga

BOOK REVIEWS

Fundamentals of Destination Management and Marketing (Rich Harrill, editor)
Szilvia Gyimóthy

Guide to Best Practices in Tourism and Destination Management (Vol. 2) (Rich Harrill)
Szilvia Gyimóthy

Hospitality Marketing: An Introduction (David Bowie and Francis Buttle)
Adad Mohsin

Tourism and Hotel Development in China: From Political to Economic Success (Hanqin Qin Zhang, Raymond John Pine, and Terry C. Y. Lam)
Jie Zhang