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Bregoli, Ilenia (2013) Effects of DMO coordination on destination brand identity: a mixed-method study on the City of Edinburgh. Journal of Travel Research, 52 (2). pp. 212-224. ISSN 0047-2875
Bregoli, Ilenia and Del Chiappa, Giacomo (2013) Coordinating relationships among destination stakeholders: evidence from Edinburgh (UK). Tourism Analysis . ISSN 1083-5423 (In Press)
Bull, Adrian (2007) Oceans and coastal tourism: integrating tourism into bioeconomic models. Tourism in Marine Environments, 4 (1). pp. 29-39. ISSN 1544-273x
Cortés-Jiménez, Isabel and Pratt, Steve and Bregoli, Ilenia and Cooper, Chris (2012) The European timeshare consumer in the twenty-first century. International Journal of Tourism Research, 14 (2). pp. 153-164. ISSN 1099-2340
Sharpley, Richard (2007) Flagship attractions and sustainable rural tourism development: the case of the Alnwick Garden, England. Journal of sustainable tourism, 15 (2). pp. 125-143. ISSN 0966-9582
Voase, Richard (2005) 'Consuming' colourful characters: a Foucauldian perspective on the photographed subject. Loisir et Société, 28 (1). pp. 319-336. ISSN 0705-3436
Voase, Richard (2007) Individualism and the ‘new tourism’: a perspective on emulation, personal control and choice. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 31 (5). pp. 541-547. ISSN 1470-6423
Voase, Richard (2012) Recognition, reputation and response: some critical thoughts on destinations and brands. Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, 1 (1-2). pp. 78-83. ISSN 2212-571X
Voase, Richard (2002) Rediscovering the imagination: investigating active and passive visitor experience in the 21st century. International Journal of Tourism Research, 4 (5). pp. 391-399. ISSN 1522-1970
Voase, Richard (2007) Visiting a cathedral: the consumer psychology of a ‘rich experience’. International journal of heritage studies, 13 (1). pp. 41-55. ISSN 1470-3610
Bull, Adrian (2004) Re-planning seaside tourism in 'old' destinations: the North Sea experience. In: Innovation in tourism planning. Tourism Research Centre, Dublin, pp. 213-222. ISBN 0954293029
Del Chiappa, Giacomo and Bregoli, Ilenia (2012) Destination branding development: linking supply-side and demand-side perspectives. In: Strategic Marketing in Tourism Services. Emerald. ISBN 9781780520704
Bregoli, Ilenia (2011) DMO co-ordination and destination branding: a mixed method study on the City of Edinburgh. In: Academy of Marketing Conference 2011: Marketing Field Forever, 5-7 July 2011, Liverpool (UK).
Bregoli, Ilenia (2009) Destination marketing practices: evidences from Italy. In: Advances in Tourism Marketing Conference 2009, 6-9 September 2009, Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)
Bregoli, Ilenia (2010) Effects of DMO’s coordination on destination brand identity: a mixed method study on Edinburgh. In: ATLAS 2010 Doctoral Colloquium, 2 November 2010, Limassol (Cyprus). (Unpublished)
Bregoli, Ilenia (2012) Experience marketing and tourism: an application of service-dominant logic to AddioPizzo Travel. In: 2nd Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing & Management Conference, 31 May-03 June 2012, Corfu (Greece).
Bregoli, Ilenia (2009) Governance models and branding of destinations. In: PhD Networking Conference “Exploring Tourism III: Issues in PhD Research”, July 2009, University of Nottingham (UK).
Bregoli, Ilenia (2011) Inter-organisational theories and stakeholders’ coordination: a qualitative study on the city of Edinburgh. In: Surrey Tourism Conference Advancing the Social Science of Tourism, 29 June-01 July 2011, University of Surrey (UK). (Unpublished)
Bregoli, Ilenia and Del Chiappa, Giacomo (2011) Destination governance and internal branding as antecedents of destination brand development: an exploratory study on Edinburgh. In: Advances in Hospitality and Tourism Marketing and Management Conference, June 19-24, 2011, Istanbul (Turkey).
Del Chiappa , Giacomo and Bregoli, Ilenia (2011) Destination governance and branding: the Portofino case study. In: 2011 Athens Tourism Symposium – International Scientific Congress on Current Trends on Tourism Management and Tourism Policy, 2-3 February 2011, Athens (Greece).
Elliott-White, Martin and Hughes, Heather and Farrell, Helen (2009) Paradigm lost? The changing fortunes of sustainable tourism. In: ATHE Annual Conference 2009, 2-4 December 2009, Losehill Hall, Peak District National Park.
Farrell, Helen (2008) Research-informed teaching: what do I do with my PhD now? In: Beyond Quality Assurance : Enhancing the Student Experience, 3rd - 5th December 2008, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge (in Association with Canterbury Christ Church University).
Farrell, Helen (2007) Use of local knowledge and GIS in the management of a rural tourism resource. In: Getting There ï¿½ Future Access to Special Places, 16 -18 May 2007, Aviemore, Scotland.
Farrell, Helen and Boyle, Ken and Rybaczuk, Krysia (2007) Current patterns of use on the Burren Way, and suggested improvements to the route. In: 3rd Annual Conference on Tourism and Hospitality Research in Ireland, 12th & 13th June 2007, Dundalk, Rep of Ireland.
Hall, Bronia (2010) Stakeholder participation groups within the context of sustainability. In: THRIC 2010, 15-16 June 2010, Shannon College of Hotel Management.
Hall, Bronia (2010) The experience of stakeholder participation in tourism planning: operationalising ‘best practice’. In: Sustainable Tourism 2010, 5-7 July 2010, Wessex Institute of Technology.
Voase, Richard (1996) Germany as an outbound tourism market. In: Global Fragmentation: Emerging Themes in Marketing Communications. MEG (Marketing Education Group) Regional Symposium, January 1996, York.
Voase, Richard (2012) Life as itinerary: tourism, personal narratives and gratification in a culture of the continuous present. In: Tourism, Roads and Cultural Itineraries: Meaning, Memory and Development, June 13-15, 2012, Québec City, Canada. (Unpublished)
Voase, Richard (1995) Tourism: the human perspective. Hodder and Stoughton, London. ISBN 0340620676
Farrell, Helen (2007) An investigation of a GIS-based methodology for the sustainable, participative management of walking routes in Ireland. PhD thesis, Dublin Institute of Technology.