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TOURISM REVIEW INTERNATIONAL
An Interdisciplinary Journal

TABLES OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 9

VOLUME 9, NUMBER 4

SPECIAL ISSUE: CULINARY TOURISM AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CONTENTS

Introduction: Culinary Tourism and Regional Development: From Slow Food to Slow Tourism?
C. Michael Hall, Special Editor

Wine Tourism Research: The State of Play
Richard Mitchell and C. Michael Hall

Germany's Mosel Valley: Can Tourism Help Preserve its Cultural Heritage?
Hubert Job and Ann Murphy

Select Michigan: Local Food Production, Food Safety, Culinary Heritage, and Branding in Michigan Agritourism
Deborah Che

Local Food in Tourism: An Investigation of the New Zealand South Island's Bed and Breakfast Sector's Use and Perception of Local Food
Margunn Nummedal and C. Michael Hall

Foods of Freedom: Juneteenth as a Culinary Tourist Attraction
Anne Donovan and Karen Debres

BOOK REVIEWS

Oceania: A Tourism Handbook (C. Cooper and C. M. Hall, editors)
Nancy Chesworth

Wine Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets (C. Michael Hall, Liz Sharples, Brock Cambourne, and Niki Macionis, editors)
Eugene D. Jaffe

Developing Hospitality Properties and Facilities (Josef Ransley and Hadyn Ingram, editors)
Juline E. Mills

Food Tourism Around the World: Development, Management and Markets (C. Michael Hall, Liz Sharples, Richard Mitchell, Niki Macionis, and Brock Cambourne, editors)
Greg Richards

2005 Manuscript Reviewers

Volume 9 Subject and Author Index


VOLUME 9, NUMBER 3

SPECIAL ISSUE: JAPANESE TOURISM

CONTENTS

Introduction: Special Issue on Japanese Tourism
Malcolm Cooper

The Changing Gaze of Japanese Tourists
Shumpei Shono, David Fisher, and Alison McIntosh

Investigating Japanese Travelers' Motives and Gift Buying on Leisure Travel to the United States
Takako Nambu and Christine A. Vogt

Japanese Runners in the Honolulu Marathon and Their Economic Benefits to Hawaii
Jerome Agrusa, John Tanner, and Dan Lema

The Nature of Japanese Travelers' Multidestination Trips in the United States
Yeong-Hyeon Hwang and Daniel R. Fesenmaier

A Gourmet Trip: One Direction of Domestic Tourism in Japan
Iis P. Tussyadiah

The Past as a Foreign Country: Nostalgia and Nationalism in Contemporary Japanese Tourism
Robin Gerster


VOLUME 9, NUMBER 2

Introduction
Heather E. Bowen

Recapturing the Adventuress: Narratives on Identity and Gendered Positioning in Backpacking
Torun Elsrud

Women's Holidays: Disruption of the Motherhood Myth
Jennie Small

A "Relative Escape"? The Impact of Constraints on Women Who Travel Solo
Erica Wilson and Donna E. Little

Caught in the Irons: One of the Lived Experiences of Long-Term Ocean Cruising Women
Gayle R. Jennings

"We're Not Stupid...But We'll Not Stay Home Either": Experiences of Solo Women Travelers
Fiona Jordan and Heather Gibson

The "Journeys" of Independence for Female Backpackers
William L. Obenour

BOOK REVIEWS

European Gastronomy into the 21st Century (Cailein Gillespie)
Roger Haden

Safety and Security in Tourism: Relationships, Management and Marketing (C. Michael Hall, Dallen J. Timothy, and David Timothy Duval, editors)
Jan Henrik Nilsson


VOLUME 9, NUMBER 1

SPECIAL ISSUE: SUSTAINABILITY AND MASS DESTINATIONS: CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES

CONTENTS

Introduction

Larry Dwyer and Pauline Sheldon

Environmental Training and Measures at Scandic Hotels, Sweden
Paulina Bohdanowicz, Branko Simanic, and Ivo Martinac

It's Mostly About Me: Reasons Why Volunteers Contribute Their Time to Museums and Art Museums
Deborah Edwards

The Community Model and Sustainability in Tourist Destinations: The Case of the Dolomites
Mariangela Franch, Umberto Martini, Pier Luigi Novi Inverardi, Frederica Buffa, and Pietro Marzani

Sustainability in a Mature Mass Tourism Destinations: The Case of Hawaii
Pauline Sheldon, John M. Knox, and Kem Lowry

Environmental Performance Analysis of German Hotels
Joseph S. Chen, Willy Legrand, and Philip Sloan

A Framework for the Development of Social and Socioeconomic Indicators for Sustainable Tourism in Communities
Marg Deery, Leo Jago, and Liz Fredline

Relevance of Triple Bottom Line Reporting to Achievement of Sustainable Tourism: A Scoping Study
Larry Dwyer

Theoretical and Practical Contexts of Triple Bottom Line Performance and Reporting: Implications for the Tourism Sector
Jeffrey Faux

Sustainable Tourism and Innovation in Mobile Tourism Services
Janne J. Liburd