Jim Macbeth
Jim Macbeth
Emeritus Associate Professor, Murdoch University
Verified email at murdoch.edu.au
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Tourism as a tool for poverty alleviation: A critical analysis of ‘pro-poor tourism’and implications for sustainability
S Chok, J Macbeth, C Warren
Current issues in Tourism 10 (2-3), 144-165, 2007
Towards an ethics platform for tourism
J Macbeth
Annals of Tourism Research 32 (4), 962-984, 2005
Social capital, tourism and regional development: SPCC as a basis for innovation and sustainability
J Macbeth, D Carson, J Northcote
Current Issues in Tourism 7 (6), 502-522, 2004
Conceptualizing yield: Sustainable tourism management
J Northcote, J Macbeth
Annals of Tourism Research 33 (1), 199-220, 2006
Backpackers and empowered local communities: Natural allies in the struggle for sustainability and local control?
K Westerhausen, J Macbeth
Tourism Geographies 5 (1), 71-86, 2003
Ocean cruising
J Macbeth
Cambridge University Press, 1988
Should dingoes die? Principles for engaging ecocentric ethics in wildlife tourism management
GL Burns, J Macbeth, S Moore
Journal of Ecotourism 10 (3), 179-196, 2011
Utopian tourists—Cruising is not just about sailing
J Macbeth
Current Issues in Tourism 3 (1), 20-34, 2000
Deep in the desert: Merging the desert and the spiritual through 4WD tourism
Y Narayanan, J Macbeth
Tourism Geographies 11 (3), 369-389, 2009
Visitor perceptions of captive wildlife tourism in a Western Australian natural setting
M Hughes, D Newsome, J Macbeth
Journal of Ecotourism 4 (2), 73-91, 2005
Exploring the motivations, experiences and meanings of camping in national parks
S Hassell, SA Moore, J Macbeth
Leisure Sciences 37 (3), 269-287, 2015
Ocean cruising: A sailing subculture
J Macbeth
The Sociological Review 40 (2), 319-343, 1992
Understanding partnerships for protected area tourism: learning from the literature.
JH Laing, A Wegner, S Moore, B Weiler, S Pfueller, D Lee, J Macbeth, ...
CRC for Sustainable Tourism, 2008
Ocean cruising: A study of affirmative deviance
J Macbeth
Murdoch University, 1985
Limitations of Resident Perception Surveys for Understanding Tourism Social Impacts The Need for Triangulation
J Northcote, J Macbeth
Tourism recreation research 30 (2), 43-54, 2005
Regional tourism cases: Innovation in regional tourism
D Carson, J Macbeth
Common Ground, 2005
Can a niche-market captive-wildlife facility place a low-profile region on the tourism map? An example from Western Australia
M Hughes, J Macbeth
Tourism Geographies 7 (4), 424-443, 2005
Dissonance and paradox in tourism Planning-People First?
J Macbeth
ANZALS Leisure Research Series 3, 2-19, 1996
To sustain is to nurture, to nourish, to tolerate and to carry on: Can tourism?
J Macbeth
Trends 31 (1), 42-45, 1994
Paradigm shift or a drop in the ocean? The America's Cup impact on Fremantle
J Macbeth, J Selwood, S Veitch
Tourism Geographies 14 (1), 162-182, 2012
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