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Professor Brent W. Ritchie
Professor Brent W. Ritchie
E-mail megerősítve itt: uq.edu.au - Kezdőlap
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Chaos, crises and disasters: a strategic approach to crisis management in the tourism industry
BW Ritchie
Tourism management 25 (6), 669-683, 2004
15042004
Managing educational tourism
BW Ritchie, N Carr, CP Cooper
Channel View Publications, 2003
6512003
‘No Ebola… still doomed’–The Ebola-induced tourism crisis
M Novelli, LG Burgess, A Jones, BW Ritchie
Annals of Tourism Research 70, 76-87, 2018
4852018
A review of research on tourism risk, crisis and disaster management: Launching the annals of tourism research curated collection on tourism risk, crisis and disaster management
BW Ritchie, Y Jiang
Annals of Tourism Research 79, 102812, 2019
4532019
Towards a research agenda for post-disaster and post-crisis recovery strategies for tourist destinations: A narrative review
J Mair, BW Ritchie, G Walters
Current issues in tourism 19 (1), 1-26, 2016
4262016
Resident perceptions of mega-sporting events: A non-host city perspective of the 2012 London Olympic Games
BW Ritchie, R Shipway, B Cleeve
Journal of Sport & Tourism 14 (2-3), 143-167, 2009
3782009
Crisis and disaster management for tourism
BW Ritchie
Crisis and Disaster Management for Tourism, 2009
3682009
Tourism disaster planning and management: From response and recovery to reduction and readiness
B Ritchie
Current issues in Tourism 11 (4), 315-348, 2008
3672008
Governance: a review and synthesis of the literature
L Ruhanen, N Scott, B Ritchie, A Tkaczynski
Tourism review, 2010
3292010
Bicycle tourism in the South Island of New Zealand: Planning and management issues
BW Ritchie
Tourism management 19 (6), 567-582, 1998
3241998
Economic valuation of cultural heritage sites: A choice modeling approach
AS Choi, BW Ritchie, F Papandrea, J Bennett
Tourism management 31 (2), 213-220, 2010
3202010
Tourism research methods: integrating theory with practice
BW Ritchie, PM Burns, CA Palmer
Cabi, 2005
3172005
Afraid to travel after COVID-19? Self-protection, coping and resilience against pandemic ‘travel fear’
D Zheng, Q Luo, BW Ritchie
Tourism Management 83, 104261, 2021
3122021
Sport tourism: Interrelationships, impacts and issues
BW Ritchie, D Adair
Channel View Publications, 2004
2552004
Host community attitudes toward tourism and cultural tourism development: the case of the Lewes District, Southern England
BW Ritchie, M Inkari
International journal of tourism research 8 (1), 27-44, 2006
2392006
Understanding accommodation managers’ crisis planning intention: An application of the theory of planned behaviour
J Wang, BW Ritchie
Tourism Management 33 (5), 1057-1067, 2012
2292012
Understanding the motivation and travel behavior of cycle tourists using involvement profiles
BW Ritchie, A Tkaczynski, P Faulks
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 27 (4), 409-425, 2010
2102010
Crisis communication and recovery for the tourism industry: Lessons from the 2001 foot and mouth disease outbreak in the United Kingdom
BW Ritchie, H Dorrell, D Miller, GA Miller
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing 15 (2-3), 199-216, 2004
2072004
Investigating the role of prior knowledge in tourist decision making: A structural equation model of risk perceptions and information search
M Sharifpour, G Walters, BW Ritchie, C Winter
Journal of Travel Research 53 (3), 307-322, 2014
2022014
Bibliometric visualisation: An application in tourism crisis and disaster management research
Y Jiang, BW Ritchie, P Benckendorff
Current Issues in Tourism 22 (16), 1925-1957, 2019
1882019
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