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Analysis of National, State, Regional and Local Tourism Strategies and Plans: Identification of Strategic Issues (Short Version)

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This scoping study provides an overview of a detailed analysis undertaken on 76 Australian National, State/Territory, Regional and Local Tourism strategies and plans. This study aimed to compile an extensive desk top audit and review in order to create a document database and to identify current issues concerning the Australian tourism industry.

by Char-lee McLennan and Lisa Ruhanen

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Analysis of National, State, Regional and Local Tourism Strategies and Plans: Identification of Strategic Issues (Full Version)

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The extended appendix version of the Analysis of national, state, regional and local tourism strategies and plans: identification of strategic issues report contains additional appendices that summarise each of the 76 strategies that composed the sample included in the analysis. These detailed appendices reveal major issues that emerged from each document and shows how the emerging issues were categorised. This version also contains referencing details of all the current strategies and plans that were able to be obtained throughout the course of the intensive literature collection.

by Char-lee McLennan and Lisa Ruhanen

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In 1998, the need to develop guidelines for tourism where heritage places are involved was identified. This followed recognition that there needed to be a stronger bridge between tourism industry codes of practice and heritage conservation principles.

by Australian Heritage Commission and Sustainable Tourism CRC

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This study documents the likely tourism-related climate change impacts (economic and non-economic) on the Margaret River region for 2020, 2050 and 2070;  identifies and recommends adaptation options and strategies; and refines the model developed in Phase 1, The Impacts of Climate Change on Australian Tourism Destinations: Developing adaptation and response strategies — a scoping study.

by Roy Jones, Angela Wardell-Johnson, Mark Gibberd, Alan Pilgrim, Grant Wardell-Johnson, Jeremy Galbreath, Stephanie Bizjak, David Ward, Kim Benjamin and Jack Carlsen

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The purpose of Promoting Persuasion in Protected Areas is to help protected area managers make better decisions and to achieve greater success in their use of communication to influence visitor behaviour. Many managers, and some tourism operators, see this as an important part of their job. While others can learn and apply the approach outlined in this manual, and while the methods can be adapted for influencing many different kinds of behaviours, this manual is written for protected area managers who want to influence the behaviour of people who visit their sites.

by Sam H Ham, Terry J Brown, Jim Curtis, Betty Weiler, Michael Hughes and Mark Poll

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Promoting Persuasion in Protected Areas: A guide for Managers who want to use Strategic Communication to Influence Visitor Behaviour

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