Kay Dimmock
Kay Dimmock
Lecturer, Tourism, Southern Cross University
Verified email at scu.edu.au
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Festivals and events: celebrating special interest tourism
K Dimmock, M Tiyce
John Wiley & Sons, 2000
882000
Finding comfort in adventure: experiences of recreational SCUBA divers
K Dimmock
Leisure Studies 28 (3), 279-295, 2009
612009
Scuba diving tourism system: a framework for collaborative management and sustainability
K Dimmock, G Musa
Marine policy 54, 52-58, 2015
602015
Management competencies: An Australian assessment of tourism and hospitality students
K Dimmock, H Breen, M Walo
Journal of Management & Organization 9 (1), 12-26, 2003
552003
Scuba diving, snorkeling and free diving
K Dimmock
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007
512007
Scuba diving tourism: introduction to special issue
G Musa, K Dimmock
Tourism in Marine Environments 8 (1-2), 1, 2012
442012
Management style and competitive strategies among tourism firms in the Northern Rivers
K Dimmock
Tourism Management 20 (3), 323-339, 1999
431999
Scuba diving tourism
G Musa, K Dimmock
Routledge, 2013
292013
Scuba diving and marine conservation: Collaboration at two Australian subtropical destinations
Z Hammerton, K Dimmock, C Hahn, SJ Dalton, SDA Smith
Tourism in Marine Environments 8 (1-2), 77-90, 2012
272012
Assessment of tourism and hospitality management competencies: a student perspective
H Breen, M Walo, K Dimmock
Tourism Management Group, Victoria Management School, Victoria University ofá…, 2004
252004
In the Water with White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias): Participants’ Beliefs toward Cage-diving in Australia
K Apps, K Dimmock, D Lloyd, C Huveneers
Anthrozo÷s 29 (2), 231-245, 2016
232016
10 The business of scuba diving
K Dimmock, T Cummins, G Musa
Scuba diving tourism, 161, 2013
202013
Transformative education and sustainable tourism: The influence of a lecturer’s worldview
A Boyle, E Wilson, K Dimmock
Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism 15 (3), 252-263, 2015
182015
‘Doing the right thing’: how social science can help foster pro-environmental behaviour change in marine protected areas
VY Martin, B Weiler, A Reis, K Dimmock, P Scherrer
Marine Policy 81, 236-246, 2017
172017
“Friday is my research day”: chance, time and desire in the search for the teaching-research nexus in the life of a university teacher
WE Boyd, M O'Reilly, K Rendell Dr, S Rowe, E Wilson, K Dimmock, ...
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 9 (2), 2, 2012
172012
Risking comfort? The impact of in‐water constraints on recreational scuba diving
K Dimmock, E Wilson
Annals of Leisure Research 12 (2), 173-194, 2009
162009
Managing recreational scuba experiences: exploring business challenges for New South Wales dive tourism managers
K Dimmock
Tourism Review International 7 (2), 67-80, 2003
162003
Nimbin Mardi grass festival: The impacts
M Tiyce, K Dimmock
Events Beyond 2000: Setting the Agenda, 222, 2000
162000
Turning wildlife experiences into conservation action: Can white shark cage-dive tourism influence conservation behaviour?
K Apps, K Dimmock, C Huveneers
Marine Policy 88, 108-115, 2018
152018
Scuba diving with the grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus): an application of the theory of planned behaviour to identify divers beliefs
K Apps, D Lloyd, K Dimmock
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25 (2), 201-211, 2015
152015
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