Anne Hardy
Anne Hardy
Associate Professor in Tourism, University of Tasmania
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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Sustainable tourism: An overview of the concept and its position in relation to conceptualisations of tourism
A Hardy, RJS Beeton, L Pearson
Journal of sustainable tourism 10 (6), 475-496, 2002
5292002
Sustainable tourism or maintainable tourism: Managing resources for more than average outcomes
AL Hardy, RJS Beeton
Journal of Sustainable tourism 9 (3), 168-192, 2001
3922001
An investigation into the key factors necessary for the development of iconic touring routes
A Hardy
Journal of Vacation Marketing 9 (4), 314-330, 2003
1142003
Using grounded theory to explore stakeholder perceptions of tourism
A Hardy
Journal of tourism and cultural change 3 (2), 108-133, 2005
1002005
Tracking tourists’ travel with smartphone-based GPS technology: a methodological discussion
A Hardy, S Hyslop, K Booth, B Robards, J Aryal, U Gretzel, R Eccleston
Information Technology & Tourism 17 (3), 255-274, 2017
472017
Why we travel this way: An exploration into the motivations of recreational vehicle users
A Hardy, U Gretzel
Drive tourism: Trends and emerging markets, 194-223, 2011
472011
Online representations of RVing neo-tribes in the USA and Australia
A Hardy, D Hanson, U Gretzel
Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 10 (3), 219-232, 2012
452012
Travelling neo-tribes: Conceptualising recreational vehicle users
A Hardy, U Gretzel, D Hanson
Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 11 (1-2), 48-60, 2013
442013
The evolution of gay travel research
O Vorobjovas‐Pinta, A Hardy
International Journal of Tourism Research 18 (4), 409-416, 2016
392016
The ties that bind: Exploring the relevance of neotribal theory to tourism
A Hardy, B Robards
Tourism Analysis 20 (4), 443-454, 2015
37*2015
Examining stakeholder group specificity: An innovative sustainable tourism approach
A Hardy, LJ Pearson
Journal of Destination Marketing & Management 8, 247-258, 2018
262018
Academic parenting: work–family conflict and strategies across child age, disciplines and career level
A Hardy, J McDonald, R Guijt, E Leane, A Martin, A James, M Jones, ...
Studies in Higher Education 43 (4), 625-643, 2018
192018
Determining sustainable tourism in regions
A Hardy, LJ Pearson
Sustainability 8 (7), 660, 2016
152016
Types of network members
A Hardy, S Dolnicar
Goodfellow Publishers Limited, 2017
122017
Neo-tribes and Antarctic expedition cruise ship tourists
L Kriwoken, A Hardy
Annals of Leisure Research 21 (2), 161-177, 2018
112018
Neo-Tribes
A Hardy, A Bennett, B Robards
Palgrave Macmillan: Cham, Switzerland, 2018
102018
Neglected stakeholder groups: Conceptualising a dynamic model for neglected stakeholder analysis and engagement
A Hardy, M Wickham, U Gretzel
Corporate Ownership and Control 11 (1), 348-359, 2013
102013
Innovation through iterations: Improving regional touring routes through survey research
A Hardy, RJS Beeton, RW Carter
Regional tourism cases: Innovation in regional tourism, 91-101, 2005
92005
16 Networks and Hosts–Love-Hate Relationship
A Hardy, S Dolnicar
Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Networks, 2018
82018
Drive tourism: A methodological discussion with a view to further understanding the drive tourism market in British Columbia, Canada
A Hardy
82006
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