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  • Edwards, Deborah; Hayllar, Bruce; Griffin, Tony (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd., 2007)
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  • Liburd, J; Edwards, Deborah (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010)
    Tourism constitutes exceptional opportunities as a phenomenon, industry, career and lifestyle. Sustaining the economic, social and environmental elements of tourism will be essential to maintaining a phenomenon that can ...
  • Presbury, R; Edwards, Deborah (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010)
    Festivals, meetings and events (FMEs) are an important component of the tourism industry. FMEs provide opportunities for social and cultural exchange, exchange of new and innovative ideas, business contacts, and learning. ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah; Mistilis, Nina; Roman, Carolina; Scott, Noel; Cooper, Cary (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2008)
    A key element of a successful tourism industry is the ability to recognise and deal with change across a wide range of behavioural, environmental and technological factors and the way they interact. The coming decade and ...
  • Foley, Carmel; Schlenker, Katie; Edwards, Deborah; Hayllar, Bruce (Business Events Sydney, 2010)
    The purpose of this study is to provide an empirically-based assessment of the range and impact of contributions made by business events to host communities beyond the tourism dimension. This project is classified as ...
  • Presbury, R; Edwards, Deborah (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010)
    Unlike many business sectors, tourism is an amalgamation of various industries offering products and services ranging from airline and cruise ship travel and accommodation to restaurant meals, entertainment, souvenirs ...
  • Dwyer, L.; Edwards, Deborah (Goodfellow Publishers Ltd, 2010)
    Tourism not properly planned and managed can leave permanent footprints on the physical, social, cultural and economic environments of destinations. Tourism development can be alienating to local residents, overcrowded, ...
  • Gretzel, U.; Prebezac, D; Joppe, M; Edwards, Deborah (Routledge, 2012)
    Founded in 2007, the Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI) has organized several meetings to discuss critical issues that need to be addressed in creating desirable and sustainable tourism education futures. In the ...
  • Edwards, Deborah; Hayllar, Bruce; Dickson, T; Schweinsberg, Stephen; Griffin, Tony (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd., 2009)
    This study aims to enhance the understanding of tourist experiences and behaviour in urban destinations by analysing the spatial movements of tourists, identifying the key attributes they are seeking in urban destinations, ...
  • Edwards, Deborah; Hayllar, Bruce; Griffin, Tony (CRC for Sustainable Tourism Pty Ltd, 2010)
    As of 30 June 2009, Australia?s major cities were home to more than two-thirds (69%) of the population (ABS, 2010). In contrast, just 2 per cent of the total population lived in remote or very remote areas of Australia ...